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New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has pressed Justice Minister Judith Collins in Parliament about whether she has used her position to help Oravida in the wake of the Fonterra botulism scare.
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An operation is underway to rescue about 470 passengers aboard a ferry that sunk off the coast of South Korea. Two bodies have been recovered, but scores of people are missing.
Updated 27 minutes ago
Housing Minister Nick Smith says the Government is proposing to build two villages with 180 homes in central Christchurch in another step to tackle the city's housing crisis.
Updated 13 minutes ago
The high New Zealand dollar is keeping inflation in check, with official figures from Statistics New Zealand showing a modest rise in inflation. The rise is mostly driven by higher tobacco prices.
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Kathryn Ryan talks with cartoonist, poet and cultural commentator Michael Leunig.
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The seminal New Zealand punk album receives the 'Classic Record Award' at the Taite Music Prize on April 16 2014.
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