New Zealand First members including leader Winston Peters
have refused to comment on whether deputy leader Tracey
Martin will remain in that position.
Prime Minister John Key says a raft of changes coming into
force tomorrow will have real benefits for families.
Kiwis are not being ripped off when it comes to the price of
milk, Prime Minister John Key says.
New Zealand is keen to promote the resumption of long-stalled
Middle East peace talks, and will bring a ''sense of
impatience'' when it starts chairing the United Nations
Security Council next month.
In the public's mind, Colin Craig's confession that aspects
of his relationship with his former press secretary, Rachel
MacGregor, were ''inappropriate'' begs only one question:
just how inappropriate?
The Conservative Party's crisis has deepened, with its
chairman confirming his resignation in the wake of
revelations about former leader Colin Craig's behaviour.
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