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Key dampens expectations on housing fix

Key dampens expectations on housing fix

Prime Minister John Key is dampening down expectations of a housing fix in tomorrow's Budget.

Key's popularity drops in poll

Key's popularity drops in poll

John Key's preferred prime minister rating in the latest Newshub/Reid Research poll is at its lowest point since he took office - but National's party support has held steady.

Bennett corrects housing statement

Bennett corrects housing statement

Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett has corrected an earlier statement that 3000 emergency housing places to be funded by the Government are new.

'Innate tension' stops GCSB helping other agencies

An "innate tension" in the current law has stopped the Government Communications Security Bureau help other agencies by monitoring New Zealanders' private communications, the new director of the intelligence agency says.

Peters criticises Auckland-centric Budget

Peters criticises Auckland-centric Budget

Budget 2016 would be obsessed with Auckland issues and preoccupied with a vain attempt to solve the problems resulting from record immigration mainly to Auckland, New Zealand First leader Winston Peters said yesterday.

Budget will pit Auckland v regions - Peters

Budget will pit Auckland v regions - Peters

NZ First leader Winston Peters has predicted the upcoming Budget will pit Auckland versus the regions.

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