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Advocates for people disabled through an accident are celebrating a United Nations committee inquiring into their rights and access to justice under ACC.
Prime Minister John Key says no one broke Shane Jones' arm to convince him to take up a job with the Foreign Affairs Ministry, and he obviously thinks it is a better option.
A faster-growing economy is continuing to keep New Zealanders home and attract foreigners, with a net gain of more than 3800 people - the second highest monthly level on record.
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