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Feeley did not suspect leaks

Feeley did not suspect leaks

Former Serious Fraud Office boss Adam Feeley says he would not have briefed ministers on investigations if he had had any suspicion information was being leaked to others.

Leaders get out to press the flesh

Leaders get out to press the flesh

As the fallout from Dirty Politics swirled furiously around the political landscape, party leaders continued on the campaign trail around Auckland.

Labour sells new tax as National hints at cuts

Labour sells new tax as National hints at cuts

The first leaders' debate on Thursday had barely begun before Prime Minister John Key mentioned the way National had managed the economy through the Global Financial Crisis and the Christchurch earthquakes.

Rowing: Bond, Murray deliver again

Rowing: Bond, Murray deliver again

Just call Hamish Bond and Eric Murray 'The Casino'.

Basketball: NZ implode in World Cup opener

Basketball: NZ implode in World Cup opener

The Tall Blacks have blown an opportunity to record one of their biggest wins at an international tournament.

Probe in wake of Collins resignation

Probe in wake of Collins resignation

An inquiry into Judith Collins' downfall is poised to investigate links between former Hanover boss Mark Hotchin and right-wing bloggers who waged a smear campaign against ex-Serious Fraud Office chief executive Adam Feeley.

Rugby: Waikato win ugly over Harbour

Rugby: Waikato win ugly over Harbour

Waikato won an ugly but priceless 22-16 victory just three days after Taranaki wiped the mat with them.

Rugby: Otago post win over Southland

Rugby: Otago post win over Southland

What a great day for Otago rugby.

Rugby: Ranfurly Shield back in Napier

Rugby: Ranfurly Shield back in Napier

The Ranfurly Shield has returned to Napier for the second time in as many seasons.

Judith Collins resigns as minister

Judith Collins resigns as minister

Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater is backing his mate Judith Collins, who has resigned over an email suggesting she was involved in a plan to oust the former head of the Serious Fraud Office while she was Police Minister.

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