The Foreign Affairs Minister said, “We’ll see where we finally settle”, when asked if the family link policy would be dropped.
Winston Peters argues NZ's Africa and Middle East refugee policy 'can hardly be racist'
In this image made from video, Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announces a failed coup as he addresses the public on television, Sunday, June 23, 2019. The failed coup in the Amhara region was led by a high-ranking military official and others within the country’s military, the prime minister told the state broadcaster. (ETV via AP)
Failed coup sees four shot dead in Ethiopia
Euthanasia campaigner Sean Davison is now accused of helping end the life of a doctor who became quadriplegic.
Kiwi man sentenced for assisted suicides of three disabled people in South Africa
Mohammed Morsi.
Former Egypt president Mohammed Morsi collapses, dies in court
Nigeria suicide attacks kill 30 as they watched TV Match
World Vision Eastern Zone Director Helen Barclay-Hollands says work to contain the virus in Eastern Congo is being hampered by violence towards medical staff.
Concern as Ebola crosses border for first time in deadly Africa outbreak
Botswana decriminalises gay sex in landmark Africa case
World Vision Eastern Zone Director Helen Barclay-Hollands says work to contain the virus in Eastern Congo is being hampered by violence towards medical staff.
Uganda confirms first Ebola case outside outbreak in Congo
Currently it explicitly prevents people from those areas coming here, unless they already have family living in the country.
NZ First not holding up changes to Africa and Middle East refugee policy, says Immigration Minister
Map and flag of Mali.
Assailants raid village in Mali, killing at least 95 people
Security forces opened fire on demonstrators outside military headquarters earlier this week.
Pro-democracy protestors in Sudan say 40 bodies pulled from Nile River, military to blame
Sudan troops kill at least 30 during attack on pro-democracy protestors
With three rounds left, the Auckland franchise sit four points outside the top eight.
Super Rugby picks: Blues fighting to keep season alive against Bulls and bad weather
Ricky Riccitelli retains his spot as starting hooker for the Canes this Friday in Wellington.
Beauden Barrett returns, Dane Coles on forward-heavy bench for Hurricanes' clash with Sharks
FILE - In this Wednesday, Feb, 7, 2018 file photo, former South Africa rugby coach Peter De Villiers addresses a press conference in Harare. Former Springboks coach Peter de Villiers has been fired by the Zimbabwe Rugby Union for unauthorized absence from work. De Villiers was fired last month, according to internal ZRU documents, but has indicated he will appeal his dismissal in a labor court. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi, file)
Former Springboks coach Peter de Villiers fired by Zimbabwe Rugby Union
Highlanders fullback Matt Faddes yellow-carded for dangerous flip tackle in loss to Stormers
Ma’a Nonu.
Blues v Crusaders, Super Rugby, Eden Park, Auckland, New Zealand. 16 February 2019. Copyright Photo: Jeremy Ward /
Super Rugby picks: Can the under-fire Crusaders make a statement against the Blues?
'Wonder, pride and joy' - Israel Adesanya reconnects with African roots with Nigeria trip after UFC title win
George Bridge is alleged to be at the centre of one incident in South Africa, Richie Mo’unga the other.
'They were laughing at us' - witness stands by friends' allegations of homophobic slurs from Crusaders players
Blues lock Josh Goodhue and Chiefs lock Tyler Ardron compete in a line out during a Super Rugby match - Chiefs v Blues played at FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand on Saturday 7 April 2018.

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Super Rugby Picks: 'Surely' Blues can defend Eden Park fortress against the Chiefs?
Moody believes his side will have the upper hand in the forwards department ahead of his side’s NZ derby match in Christchurch.
Crusaders lose third All Blacks prop as Joe Moody suffers knee injury
Duane Vermeulen of the Bulls scores a try while Bernard Foley of the Waratahs looks on during the 2019 Super Rugby match between Bulls and Waratahs at the Loftus Versveld Stadium, Pretoria on the 04 May 2019 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix
Bulls sell $2 tickets for clash with Crusaders in desperate bid to fill Loftus Versfeld
World Vision Eastern Zone Director Helen Barclay-Hollands says work to contain the virus in Eastern Congo is being hampered by violence towards medical staff.
Communities attack medical workers as Ebola outbreak in Eastern Congo kills more than 1000
The South African runner lost an appeal yesterday against new rules on testosterone levels in female athletes.
Olympic runner Caster Semenya hints at quitting athletics after testosterone ruling
Posted by an anti-poaching ranger in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the images have gone around the world.
Gorilla selfies make internet go bananas as post with anti-poaching rangers goes viral
Laura Morrison’s vehicle, dubbed Charlie, has just arrived back in New Zealand.
Woman drives 10 months through 14 countries in 60-year-old Morris Minor to honour dad's memory
Mandela My Life: The Official Exhibition is open from today at Eden Park.
Nelson Mandela exhibition opens at Auckland's Eden Park
Waisake Naholo makes a break during the Highlanders v Blues, Super Rugby week 2 game held at Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand. 23 February 2018. Copyright Image: Derek Morrison /
Super Rugby Picks Round Six: Blues aim to end Kiwi drought against Highlanders, Crusaders look to lift Christchurch's spirits
Lion Air pilots were looking at handbook before plane crashed over Indonesia, source reveals
At least eight children are dead, and many more feared trapped after the three story building collapsed.
Rescue underway after school building collapses in Lagos