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SIS failed to maintain neutrality - report

SIS failed to maintain neutrality - report

Former SIS director Warren Tucker failed to take adequate steps to maintain the spy agency's political neutrality, General of Intelligence and Security Cheryl Gwyn said this morning in a report on Dirty Politics allegations.

Reshuffle aims to end infighting

Reshuffle aims to end infighting

Labour leader Andrew Little says his new caucus lineup is designed to give a new generation of MPs a chance to shine while putting an end to the infighting that has marred the party's performance in recent years.

PM's office under fire over SIS

PM's office under fire over SIS

A report by New Zealand's intelligence watchdog Cheryl Gwyn has found attack 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.

Surprises and bridge-building

Surprises and bridge-building

Labour leader Andrew Little (49) set about setting the tone for his new caucus yesterday by rewarding loyalty but also identifying MPs who reflect the face of New Zealand.

Clark's front-bench role pits him against Joyce

Clark's front-bench role pits him against Joyce

Dunedin North MP David Clark has been promoted to Labour's front bench and will take on the economic development role for the party, a head-to-head clash with Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce.

Curran ready to get 'stuck in'

Curran ready to get 'stuck in'

Dunedin South MP Clare Curran is happy with her responsibilities allocated yesterday by new Labour leader Andrew Little.

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