Prime Minister John Key said the Sydney siege gunman
highlighted the conundrum for authorities over protecting
citizens against potential terrorism and over-stepping their
The Government's widely touted return to surplus is likely to
take a further 12 months and is largely reliant on cuts to
The MP who chaired the
anti-terrorist legislation rushed through Parliament last
week, Mark Mitchell, says the bill was "100 per cent"
Prime Minister John Key says bloggers are not a "big part of
his day" but he lives in a world where he can't ignore them.
An extraordinary thing happened
in the Labour Party last week.
Internet Party founder Kim
Dotcom says his party could still make another bid for
election in 2017 despite its merger with the Mana Party
coming to an end.
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