Political headlines with summaries.
Labour is calling for a review of the Investor Plus immigration scheme amid a police investigation into whether two Americans used it to launder illegal funds.
The Labour Party will be forced to vote against the TPP as it stands after the government confirmed it would put the planned law changes into one overall bill. (VIDEO)
Power Play - Protests against the Trans-Pacific Partnership highlighted the fear and lack of understanding about the deal, writes Chris Bramwell. (VIDEO, COMMENTS)
John Key's decision not to go to Waitangi has been described as arrogant by the Green Party but has won some backing from other opponents.
The government is celebrating the lowest unemployment figures in almost seven years but is being challenged on workforce participation. (AUDIO)
The protocol for Prime Minister John Key at Te Tii Marae this year is a slap in the face for him, Hone Harawira says. (VIDEO, AUDIO, COMMENTS)
With just one day until the TPP is signed in Auckland, Chris Bramwell considers the arguments around its investor-state dispute provisions. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Worksafe New Zealand has been accused of selling farm workers' safety short by not prosecuting farmers for dangerous practices. (COMMENTS)
Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott's commitment to back Helen Clark for the job of UN Secretary-General may be forgotten if Kevin Rudd seeks the role.
The Trans Pacific Partnership will be signed in Auckland on Thursday. So what exactly is this deal? What's at stake? Where to next? Patrick O'Meara explains. (COMMENTS)
WorkSafe New Zealand has told a parliamentary select committee prosecuting farmers for dangerous practices would not be a productive way of improving safety in the sector. (AUDIO)
As Hilary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz edged out Donald Trump, Jane Patterson was in Iowa for the free cookies as the votes were counted. (COMMENTS)
TPP opponents are warning the US will try to lengthen monopoly periods for next-generation drugs, but the Prime Minister says he doesn't expect the agreement to change. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
About 30 percent of New Zealanders deported from Australia because of their criminal convictions have gone on to reoffend in this country.
It is a very big deal for New Zealand to be hosting the signing of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal this week, the trade minister says. (AUDIO)
People paying off student loans will support Labour's new policy of free tertiary education for future students, the Tertiary Education Union believes. (AUDIO)
The cost of Labour's three years free tertiary education policy would not be capped, party leader Andrew Little says. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Labour's pledge to offer three years of free post-school education has been described as "levelling the playing field", but also as a "poorly targeted bribe".
National has shut Labour out of the TPP process so can't accuse it of flouting the tradition of collaboration on trade negotiations, the party says.
Opposition Leader Andrew Little has made David Shearer apologise for his comments yesterday about personally supporting the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement.
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