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UN head dodges questions on security council seat

UN head dodges questions on security council seat

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has dodged questions about whether New Zealand's backing of US air strikes in Iraq would affect its chance of a seat on the security council.

Further release from hacker

Further release from hacker

Former Cabinet minister Judith Collins faces being pulled into the high-level inquiry into intelligence information being sent to blogger Cameron Slater after new information from the hacker known as Rawshark.

Further release from hacker

Further release from hacker

Former Cabinet minister Judith Collins faces being pulled into the high-level inquiry into intelligence information being sent to blogger Cameron Slater after new information from the hacker known as Rawshark.

Cunliffe let Key off hook: Greens

Cunliffe let Key off hook: Greens

Labour leader David Cunliffe is not holding Prime Minister John Key to account for turning New Zealand into a ''wealth generating machine for the wealthiest'', Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says.

'Things that matter' give way to 'dirty politics' farrago

'Things that matter' give way to 'dirty politics' farrago

If - as the participants keep insisting - this election is really about ''the things that matter'', then the question of which of the two major parties has the economic agenda with the most foresight would be dominating the campaign.

MP has last laugh on billboard vandals

MP has last laugh on billboard vandals

As some MPs take steps to counter the vandalism of their campaign billboards, Labour's Jacinda Ardern has taken quite a different direction.

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