Opposition parties have called on Police Minister Michael
Woodhouse to explain why police attach conditions to the
release of publicly owned crime data to academics.
Kiwis can no longer cross the Tasman and say "where's
Centrelink" and Australia should not have a "whatever goes"
attitude to such welfare, an Australian Government MP says.
New Zealand devotes more of its budget to education than
almost all other OECD countries - yet still lags behind in
per-student spending, latest figures show.
More than 13,000 people have signed a petition in protest at
Prime Minister John Key's controversial comments about
Most Australians would support hardworking Kiwis becoming
citizens - and if New Zealand wants closer ties it should
become his country's seventh and eighth state, an Australian
senator who helped review tough new deportation rules says.
One or two New Zealanders on a terror watchlist are
considered so threatening they are being monitored every
minute of the day, Prime Minister John Key says.
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