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Gerry Brownlee's six-year reign as the minister in charge of the $15.4 billion Christchurch rebuild is coming to an end, following today's Cabinet reshuffle.
Some see the removal of Gerry Brownlee after six years as a positive step for Christchurch, but others are concerned that replacement Nicky Wagner won't have a seat at the Cabinet table. Audio
Nikki Kaye has been appointed Education Minister, and Gerry Brownlee will take over Foreign Affairs following the retirement of Hekia Parata and Murray McCully. Video, Audio
New Zealand is considering whether to bolster security checks for passengers flying from Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East. Audio
Gerry Brownlee and Nikki Kaye are the winners in a cabinet reshuffle announced by the Prime Minister Bill English today. Audio
Christoph Schumacher of Massey University tells us whether a New Zealand presence at the 2020 Dubai Expo is justified. Audio
Do we need to worry about North Korea? Audio
The British Labour Party decided 'the Tories are the real extremists' wasn't such a good idea. Audio
Maryse Helbert of the University of Melbourne on the French election. Audio
Nikki Kaye and Gerry Brownlee the names most prominent in the cabinet reshuffle today. Audio
Gerry Brownlee has been named the new Foreign Affairs minister, with Nikki Kaye to take the Education portfolio in a Cabinet reshuffle announced today. Video
Far-right leader Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron are leading in the partial vote count in France's presidential election.
Mike and Matthew look ahead to today's cabinet reshuffle, and last week's immigration changes announced by the government. Audio
The government is defending its decision to spend $53 million on a world expo in Dubai to promote New Zealand businesses.
Auckland's mayor Phil Goff approaches his six-month mark in office saying he believes his two big budget ideas will eventually come through, despite opposition.
Seamus reports in from France after the first round in the Presidential election. Audio
Methamphetamine support groups say P should be prioritised in public health messaging, just as alcohol and tobacco are, saying use of the drug its outstripping efforts to curb it. More and more meth… Audio
Australia is taking North Korea's threat of launching a nuclear strike against it very seriously, but its capacity to do so may still be years away.
A regional petrol tax and so-called bed tax remain big ticket items on Phil Goff's agenda, six months into the Auckland mayoralty, as our Auckland correspondent Todd Niall reports. Audio
Prime Minister Bill English has confirmed a meeting of the 'Five Eyes' intelligence group is being held in New Zealand this week. Video
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