The ponytail saga that has bedevilled Prime Minister John Key
for the past 10 days barely took up a minute of Parliament's
time today, with opposition MPs choosing to focus on other
Prime Minister John Key has rejected calls by Labour to stand
down a minister whose brother is facing indecency charges.
The Act Party has received another big donation from its
long-standing backer Alan Gibbs.
Prime Minister John Key says he is paying for legal advice
about his tugging of a waitress' hair out of his own pocket.
Prime Minister John Key has scotched speculation he could
stand down this term, telling National Party faithful in
Northland that he is just as determined to lead National in
2017 as he was in 2008.
The Prime Minister says he wasn't being sexist by tugging on
an Auckland waitress' ponytail and he could have done it to a
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