Trade Minister Tim Groser acted unlawfully in withholding
some information about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the
High Court has ruled.
Paying the head of a panel that is reviewing Child, Youth and
Family $2000 a day is worth it, Prime Minister John Key says.
The Government is scrapping 120 redundant laws, ranging from
the Rugby World Cup 2011 legislation to laws providing
funding for royal visits.
National MP Judith Collins says she has no plans to stand for
the Auckland mayoralty, saying her focus is getting back into
A Chinese company backing out of a $42 million investment in
a large Northland farm is proof of the chilling effect the
Lochinver Station decision has had, the Act Party says.
Labour leader Andrew Little says the Trans-Pacific
Partnership appears to fail four out of the party's five
bottom lines for supporting the deal.
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