Politics

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Earlier this month John Key shrugged off the revelation that he had a cash deposit with Antipodes Trust.

Greens label John Key's alleged involvement in lobbying government over tax laws 'unethical'

"It's pretty unethical in encouraging his own lawyer ...to stop the IRD doing its job."

00:30
The former Australian PM joked his way through the chat with Tom Gleeson on The Weekly.

'Were you ever tempted to eat an onion - skin on?' ABC reporter, Kevin Rudd in uneasy face-off

ABC's Tom Gleeson tried to corner the ex-Aussie PM. He didn't expect this response.

01:54
The presidential candidate slipped up in his speech, pronouncing Tanzania 'Tan-zaney-ah'.

Mispronunciation overshadows Trump's foreign policy stance

The presidential candidate slipped up in his speech, pronouncing Tanzania 'Tan-zaney-ah'.

02:18
Trump won all five states in today's polls while Clinton pulled even further away from Bernie Sanders.

Clinton and Trump extend their lead in race for presidential nominations

Trump won all five states in today's polls while Clinton pulled even further away from Bernie Sanders.

02:18
In a rare move in American politics, two Republican presidential candidates are teaming up to try to stop the Trump freight train.

Trump, Clinton claim early victories in Northeast primaries

Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island held primaries today.

02:18
In a rare move in American politics, two Republican presidential candidates are teaming up to try to stop the Trump freight train.

Donald Trump blasts pact by his rivals as desperate and pathetic

In a rare move in American politics, two Republican presidential candidates are teaming up to stop the Trump freight train.

The US President says the UK would be down his list to agree on a trade deal as he would focus on the 'big block' available instead.

United States to send up to 250 more troops to Syria

The US President says the move will help bring a political solution to the war-ridden country.

Donald Trump tells Connecticut voters he's 'not toning it down'

Trump declared to the crowd that he has no intention of reversing any of his provocative policy plans.

13:05
Our political editor Corin Dann interviews Prime Minister John Key while in China they discuss Chinese investment and more.

Is the Government looking at a land tax for overseas buyers?

John Key says any policy would involve all investors, not just those from China.

01:31
The US President says the UK would be down his list to agree on a trade deal as he would focus on the 'big block' available instead.

Obama highlights 'special friendship' while supporting Cameron's bid to stay in EU

The President says the US would focus on trading with the 'big block' instead of the UK.

00:37
The Labour leader comes in for some stinging criticism from a political leadership expert.

Andrew Little accused of having a 'tendency to look ill-informed rather than a PM in waiting'

The Labour leader comes in for some stinging criticism from a political leadership expert.

00:44
The Scenic Group's managing director hits back over accusations by Labour over a hotel contract.

Hotel owners 'considering legal options' against Andrew Little over his 'nasty accusations' about Niue resort

Earl Hagaman donated $101,000 to National, weeks before his company won a big contract.

'It would be a huge, huge defeat if Sanders took down Clinton in New York'

It is all on in the New York Primary today. Jack Tame puts it into perspective.

03:41
John Key is pushing for better free trade whilst China is wanting to chase its criminals hiding in NZ.

Key raises possibility of Helen Clark-led UN with Chinese premier

China appears "warm and receptive" to the idea of Clark assuming the role of UN Secretary-General.

'I watched our firemen down at 7/11 ...' - Trump confuses terror attacks with convenience store in front of New Yorkers

Trump mentioned the name of a convenience store instead of the 2001 terror attacks.

01:47
ONE News reporter Jessica Mutch wanted Andrew Little to explain the link between a hotel deal in Niue and the father of an MP. He didn't.

Answer the question Mr Little: Labour leader gets repetitive, won't answer straight on Ardern link

ONE News reporter Jessica Mutch wanted Andrew Little to explain the link between a hotel deal in Niue and the father of an MP. He didn't.

00:43
The Labour Party leader says there needs to be more transparency over the deal.

Jacinda Ardern's dad involved in Niue hotel deal that Andrew Little says stinks

It turns out one of Andrew Little's most trusted allies has family links to a deal he says smells off.

01:38
The Prime Minister says New Zealand won't change its position on the South China Sea despite criticism.

China proposes extradition treaty but Key demands promise of no execution

A formal extradition treaty with China is one of the issues the Prime Minister has been discussing in Beijing.

Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announces his new cabinet during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra.

Malcolm Turnbull says he plans to call rare early election

Turnbull has until May 11 to officially announce an early election. But he already has a date in mind.

New Zealand Crown BMW limos up for sale

The Government is selling the Crown cars previously used to drive political VIPs.

02:15
Trump turned down the opportunity to appear on national TV after Cruz dominated the polls in the Wisconsin primary election.

Clinton, Trump seek to silence critics in New York primaries

Each has suffered losses in recent contests, though still lead in delegate counts and are favoured in New York.

00:38
Mr Faafoi will pick up the tourism spokesperson spot with Clayton Cosgrove moving into a role assiting Andrew Little with business engagement.

Faafoi moves up ladder in Labour reshuffle

The reshuffle elevates Mr Faafoi into a shadow cabinet position.

03:36
China's state owned news agency has warned the PM to not push China over the South China Seas dispute.

John Key pushing better business deals in China

China's state owned news agency has warned the PM to not push China over the South China Seas dispute.

Brazil's lower house of Congress votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff

Rousseff is accused of using accounting tricks in managing the federal budget to maintain spending and shore-up support.

00:49
Deputy PM Bill English gives his take on how John Key should respond to the warning.

PM shrugs off warning from China's state-run news agency over South China sea dispute

John Key downplayed the article, saying it was just one of many opinions.

FIERY CROSS REEF, SOUTH CHINA SEA - SEPTEMBER 3, 2015:  DigitalGlobe imagery of the nearly completed construction within the Fiery Cross Reef located in the South China Sea. Fiery Cross is located in the western part of the Spratly Islands group.  Photo DigitalGlobe via Getty Images.

China state media warns Key off South China Sea talk

The State-run Xinhua agency issued the warning ahead of Key's visit, saying he should stick to economics.

‘I’m really proud of you’ – Obama tutors Steph Curry in fun new mentor ad

The President assisted the NBA star with connect four, vinegar volcanoes and even his shooting form.

John Key heading to China to 'look for opportunities'

The PM is looking to upgrade the Fair Trade Agreement deal and help businesses find opportunities.

01:32
The government hasn’t bought any electric cars for its departments despite promoting the vehicles.

Government labelled hypocritical for not using electric cars

The Government hasn't bought any electric cars for its departments despite promoting the vehicles.

01:09
Ms Clark addressed the United Nations for in New York overnight.

Helen Clark confident she can modernise and reinvigorate the UN

Ms Clark says the UN must shift from solving problems to preventing them occurring.

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