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Cunliffe's wife attacked rivals on Twitter - report

Cunliffe's wife attacked rivals on Twitter - report

A social media account which anonymously targeted rivals of former Labour Party leader David Cunliffe was reportedly run by his wife.

'Seemly' leadership contest expected - Parker

'Seemly' leadership contest expected - Parker

Labour is likely to head into its leadership contest within 6-8 weeks rather than wait for a review of the party's performance to report back in December - and after an initial flurry of snipes, new interim leader David Parker said he expected it to be "seemly".

Parliament loses 'a decent woman'

Parliament loses 'a decent woman'

Tariana Turia arrived in Parliament with a fearsome reputation after leading the occupation of Pakaitore (Moutoa Gardens) in Wanganui. She leaves to the sort of accolades reserved for few.

Cunliffe not sure of support

Cunliffe not sure of support

David Cunliffe doesn't know whether he has the support of the majority of the Labour caucus.

Key not ruling out sending troops to Syria

Key not ruling out sending troops to Syria

New Zealand's elite SAS personnel are not yet on standby for deployment to combat Islamic State militants in Iraq or Syria, Prime Minister John Key says, but he won't rule out sending them if asked "as a last resort".

Cunliffe offers Robertson leadership deal

Cunliffe offers Robertson leadership deal

Outgoing Labour leader David Cunliffe has offered leadership rival Grant Robertson the job of deputy leader.

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