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The government has no plans to follow the United Kingdom in appointing a so-called Minister for Loneliness.
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash has rejected a call from the fishing industry to exempt footage gathered on boats from the Official Information Act.
A US Senator has launched an attack on President Donald Trump's relationship with the media, comparing his fellow Republican to former Soviet dictator Josef Stalin.
Rental prices in Wellington for December have risen about $30 since October.
We have two prominent doctors to debate euthanasia - Dr Stephen Child an Auckland medical specialist, and Dr Lance O'Sullivan, a Doctor in Kaitaia and 2014 New Zealander of the Year. Audio
Oranga Tamariki ushers in a name change and 200 new workers. Reporter Laura Tupou talks to some of the newest recruits. Audio
The number of children estimated to be living in poverty is unknown after it was revealed Treasury made an error in its calculations. Deputy secretary to the Treasury Struan Little joins us. Audio
Treasury has revealed it made a "deeply regrettable mistake" by likely overstating how many children would be lifted out of poverty as a result of the government's Families Package.
Scrapping a sanction against some solo mums will cost more than $100 million over four years and could result in fewer parents paying child support, ministry officials say.
Foreign Minister Winston Peters has called for 'maximum pressure' to be put on North Korea to persuade it to abandon its nuclear weapons programme.
Treasury says it has wrongly estimated how many children could be lifted out poverty as a result of the Government's Families Package. Audio
Donald Trump's campaign manager and former chief strategist has been ordered to give evidence about collusion between the Russian Government and the Trump campaign. Audio
Scrapping a sanction against some solo mums will cost more than 100 million dollars over four years and could result in fewer fathers paying child support. Audio
US President Donald Trump has shown no abnormal signs following a cognitive exam and is in excellent health, his White House doctor says.
The Government is poised to make a decision in the next few weeks on how it will proceed with an inquiry to the abuse of children in state care. Former state wards who were victims of abuse presented… Audio
The National Party leader Bill English says the government's plan to set up an inquiry into the abuse of children in state care may detract from work needed in the sector. Audio
The fishing industry says its up to them to ensure New Zealand has a good reputation for ethically caught fish, not the government. Audio
The Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage says New Zealand lags behind other parts of the world when it comes to waste management. Audio
Steve Bannon, former chief strategist to Donald Trump, has been summoned to testify before a grand jury as part of the inquiry into Russian collusion, US media report.
The Catholic Church is disappointed a Government inquiry into state abuse of children may not expand to include faith-based institutions, including itself.
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