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PM's office targeted Goff - report

PM's office targeted Goff - report

A report by New Zealand's intelligence watchdog has found blogger Cameron Slater requested and published politically damaging material about former Labour leader Phil Goff from the SIS after being instructed to ask for the material by Prime Minister John Key's staff.

Clark promoted in Labour shake-up

Clark promoted in Labour shake-up

Labour's new leader Andrew Little has chosen Annette King as his deputy - and Dunedin's David Clark has been promoted to the front bench - as the new lineup was revealed this morning.

Report on Judith Collins inquiry due out

Report on Judith Collins inquiry due out

The report from a Government inquiry into former justice minister Judith Collins is due out this week, Prime Minister John Key says.

'Short-term' terror laws until 2018

'Short-term' terror laws until 2018

Urgent law changes being introduced to combat the threat of "foreign fighters" will be in place until 2018, prompting opponents to question the Government's promise they would be "short-term" measures.

Harre steps down as Internet Party leader

Harre steps down as Internet Party leader

Laila Harre has announced she will be stepping down as the leader of the Internet Party by the end of the year.

China-NZ relations go 'deeper' than trade

China-NZ relations go 'deeper' than trade

Xi Jinping, the President of China, has received a 21-gun salute at Government House in Wellington.

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