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The Finance Minister has told the National Party conference Britain's decision to leave the EU is a further risk to global financial stability.
Power Play - The level of government funding for private and charter schools represents one of the most stark ideological differences between the left and the right, writes Jane Patterson. (COMMENTS)
The government is failing to make climate change a priority after figures show it has cut spending on advice on greenhouse gas emissions, the Green Party says.
Same sex marriage has dominated the final few days of the Australian federal election campaign.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has declined to apologise to two former MFAT employees, who were singled out by a leaks inquiry later ruled unfair.
Australian Election - New Zealanders living in Australia are hoping for more rights following Saturday's federal election. (AUDIO)
Customs does not racially profile passengers entering New Zealand or target them because of their religion, the Minister of Customs says.
The government has delayed bringing in tax on imports below $60.
New Zealand has offered Britain its expertise in trade talks following its vote to leave the EU.
New Zealand is continuing to review security arrangements after this week's terrorist attack in Istanbul, says Prime Minister John Key.
The steel used in NZ's biggest road project is up-to-standard and safe, Transport Minister Simon Bridges says, following questions about its testing. (AUDIO)
Legislation seeking to extend paid parental leave to 26 weeks has failed in Parliament after the government used its power of financial veto.
Police are worried about a spike in crime in New Zealand, with the latest statistics showing a rise in the number of burglaries, assaults and robberies.
The Finance Minister has admitted he got his numbers wrong when he was defending his decision to veto a Labour Party bill to extend paid parental leave.
The Labour Party wants the government to help Maori and Pacific people become home-owners after new wealth figures showed a large gap between ethnicities in NZ.
Customs does not racially profile passengers entering New Zealand or target them because of their religion, the minister says.
Prime Minister John Key and Labour leader Andrew Little have clashed in Parliament over NZ's foreign trust regime. (AUDIO)
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has waived diplomatic immunity for a government employee in South Korea, after an alleged altercation outside a bar. (VIDEO)
It is reasonable to conclude there are illicit funds in New Zealand-held foreign trusts, says revenue minister Michael Woodhouse. (VIDEO, AUDIO, COMMENTS)
IN FOCUS: Labour Party leader Andrew Little talks to Philippa Tolley about the inquiry into NZ's foreign trust regime and why UK voters went for Brexit. (VIDEO)
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