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Building and Construction Minister Maurice Williamson plans to name and shame 14 buildings which are similar in design to the CTV building, which collapsed in the Christchurch earthquake killing 115 people.
Updated 18 minutes ago
Ngati Pahauwera says river quality in Hawke's Bay is so bad that it's having to step in and use its Treaty settlement money to do something about it.
Mortgage brokers say low deposit borrowers will take another hit, after Westpac introduced a two-tier lending system that will further shut them out of the housing market.
Police in Ukraine began moving against protesters in central Kiev on Monday, with some protest camps in front of government buildings being dismantled.
Leaked papers say Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations being held in Singapore are unlikely to make much progress, because of significant differences remaining between the 12 countries.
Updated 31 minutes ago
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