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Russia supports the Syrian government, whose actions US have declared are "repugnant to the conscience of mankind"
The highly debated bill passed in parliament today by 62 votes to 59.
"I am going to fight to give every Hispanic citizen a much better future, a much better life," Trump told a crowd in Tampa, Florida.
We all lose out if people can't afford to buy houses, says Dita DeBoni.
"Ministers need to listen... confident ministers value hard-hitting advice even if they may not act on it," PM.
John Key is sick of hearing the same debate, and is asking MPs to support the government's bill.
His hard-line approach to immigration and fierce rhetoric has polarised the US.
John Key's pressure on his MPs over the issue is putting some of them in a tricky position.
A suggestion in parliament that Winston Peters should be in a rest home drew a sharp response from the NZ First leader.
The Labour leader says the Prime Minister was just looking for publicity when he talked about being bugged.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has met with UK counterpart Boris Johnson, just days out from NZ heading the UN security council.
King Tuheitia said he'll be throwing his support behind the Maori and Mana parties.
Sarkozy, 61, will lead a campaign based on ideas on immigration and security in a country marked by recent terror attacks.
Labour, Greens and Maori Party MPs were present at the South Auckland marae today.
Donald Trump has been working in recent days to boost his appeal among African-American voters.
Kellyanne Conway had her candidate apologise, address specific voters and interact 1-on-1 with people - in just one week.
He's gone from defence chief to spy boss to our Governor-General, and his term is about to finish.
Trump apologised at a rally saying that painful comments were said 'in the heat of debate.'
The start of a parliamentary inquiry will force the issue, says Andrea Vance.
Labour is supporting the bill that re-writes the laws around the SIS and the GCSB.
But the Prime Minister says the problem isn't big enough to merit change.
The government in July confirmed Child, Youth and Family would cease to exist next year.
Crowd size is frequently not a good indicator of success on Election Day, according to experts.
Labour is worried that spy agencies will get direct access to a wide range of information.
Labour says it will initially support the bill so that it comes before select committee, but it has raised a number of concerns.
The new legislation introduced to Parliament this afternoon, follows a review of our spy laws.
An NZ man had his communications monitored, probably illegally, but there was no plot.
Nearly 90 New Zealanders were illegally spied on by the Government Communications Security Bureau.
The government is reassuring tenants the status-quo won't change despite new ownership.
A series of over-reactions aren't doing Labour any favours, says Andrea Vance.
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Even the Health Minister is shocked and agrees the practice could increase risk of infection and should not be done.
A total of 494 Kiwis are registered in Italy but there is no indication at this stage any have been affected by the devastation.
The Kiwi singer snuck onto the couch this morning to listen to Jhasmyne-Leigh Mckay-Laomahei.
Pavlina Pizova spoke to media following her rescue yesterday.
ONE News' rugby expert Andrew Saville gives his view on Saturday's Test.
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