Politics

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The year-long inquiry found the Government used chlorine gas in attacks in 2014 and 2015.

Russia downplays conflict with US over Syria chemical weapons report

Russia supports the Syrian government, whose actions US have declared are "repugnant to the conscience of mankind"

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The Bill would allow local councils to make theirown decisions over trading during the period.

Parliament passes bill handing rights over to local councils to decide Easter trading

The highly debated bill passed in parliament today by 62 votes to 59.

Donald Trump makes pitch to Hispanics as he looks to widen support

"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.

Admission: I'd be happy if the value of my house dropped

We all lose out if people can't afford to buy houses, says Dita DeBoni.

The Prime Minister says the GCSB might have some technical expertise, but there may be others who can provide that to the Rugby Union if it's interested.

PM tells public sector leaders the govt wants 'free and frank' advice from public servants

"Ministers need to listen... confident ministers value hard-hitting advice even if they may not act on it," PM.

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Prime Minister John Key says he’s sick of hearing the same debate year after year, and is pressuring MPs to support the government’s bill.

Local councils could make its own Easter trading decisions by end of the week

John Key is sick of hearing the same debate, and is asking MPs to support the government's bill.

Donald Trump accused of 'flip-flopping' after vowing 'fair, but firm' approach to illegal immigration

His hard-line approach to immigration and fierce rhetoric has polarised the US.

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The Bill would allow local councils to make theirown decisions over trading during the period.

National MPs forced to vote for councils to set their own Easter Sunday trading policy

John Key's pressure on his MPs over the issue is putting some of them in a tricky position.

The NZ First leader is set to play kingmaker, says our Political Editor on the back of a new poll result.

Rest home quip irks Winston Peters into firey response

A suggestion in parliament that Winston Peters should be in a rest home drew a sharp response from the NZ First leader.

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The Prime Minister says the GCSB might have some technical expertise, but there may be others who can provide that to the Rugby Union if it's interested.

Key's comment about being bugged 'silly', says Little

The Labour leader says the Prime Minister was just looking for publicity when he talked about being bugged.

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Foreign Minister Murray McCully has met with Boris Johnson, just days out from NZ heading the UN security council.

NZ pushing for special relations with UK after Brexit

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has met with UK counterpart Boris Johnson, just days out from NZ heading the UN security council.

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Mr Little says the major issues are around the Maori Party and what they have achieved, having teamed up with National.

Little 'not at all concerned' over Maori King withdrawing support for Labour

King Tuheitia said he'll be throwing his support behind the Maori and Mana parties.

Nicolas Sarkozy acknowledging applause of his supporters at his Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) party headquarters after the preliminary results of the second round of the presidential elections were announced in Paris, France.

Nicolas Sarkozy to run for French presidency next year

Sarkozy, 61, will lead a campaign based on ideas on immigration and security in a country marked by recent terror attacks.

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It was set up by Labour and the Greens after National blocked moves for a formal investigation.

Te Puea Marae opens its doors to politicians for inquiry into homelessness

Labour, Greens and Maori Party MPs were present at the South Auckland marae today.

Trump sets his sights on bringing 'African Americans back to the Republican fold'

Donald Trump has been working in recent days to boost his appeal among African-American voters.

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The Republican Presidential hopeful told rally attendees that he regrets things said "in the heat of the debate".

Donald Trump's campaign u-turn heavily influenced by new manager

Kellyanne Conway had her candidate apologise, address specific voters and interact 1-on-1 with people - in just one week.

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He's gone from defence chief to spy boss to our Governor-General, and his term is about to finish.

Where to next for Sir Jerry Mateparae?

He's gone from defence chief to spy boss to our Governor-General, and his term is about to finish.

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The Republican Presidential hopeful told rally attendees that he regrets things said "in the heat of the debate".

Video: Donald Trump's shocking first ever apology for painful comments

Trump apologised at a rally saying that painful comments were said 'in the heat of debate.'

Andrea Vance ONE Voice

Opinion: Politicians have swerved the hard questions on euthanasia for too long

The start of a parliamentary inquiry will force the issue, says Andrea Vance.

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John Key is introducing a new law which he says will protect the public and the spies.

Spy bill passes first reading

Labour is supporting the bill that re-writes the laws around the SIS and the GCSB.

Revelations of Kiwisaver fund investing in cluster bomb company sparks calls for review

But the Prime Minister says the problem isn't big enough to merit change.

Anne Tolley to be first Minister for Vulnerable Children

The government in July confirmed Child, Youth and Family would cease to exist next year.

Trump brags about crowd size - but will it turn into votes?

Crowd size is frequently not a good indicator of success on Election Day, according to experts.

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The law would boost surveillance powers over New Zealanders thought to threaten national security.

Party leaders draw battle lines on Government's new spying bill

Labour is worried that spy agencies will get direct access to a wide range of information.

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John Key is introducing a new law which he says will protect the public and the spies.

Labour pushing back against new spying legislation

Labour says it will initially support the bill so that it comes before select committee, but it has raised a number of concerns.

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John Key is introducing a new law which he says will protect the public and the spies.

Government reveals new law to allow GCSB to spy on Kiwis

The new legislation introduced to Parliament this afternoon, follows a review of our spy laws.

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Eighty eight New Zealanders were illegally spied on by the Government Communications Security Bureau. ONE News can reveal the identity of one.

Special investigation: Inside one of the SIS's biggest anti-terrorism operations

An NZ man had his communications monitored, probably illegally, but there was no plot.

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Eighty eight New Zealanders were illegally spied on by the Government Communications Security Bureau. ONE News can reveal the identity of one.

Exclusive: Wellington tax inspector, caught up in GCSB's illegal spy activities, wrongly accused of terrorist plot

Nearly 90 New Zealanders were illegally spied on by the Government Communications Security Bureau.

Buyer found for the Government's state houses in Tauranga

The government is reassuring tenants the status-quo won't change despite new ownership.

Andrea Vance ONE Voice

Opinion: Little doing a poor job of telling Labour's story

A series of over-reactions aren't doing Labour any favours, says Andrea Vance.

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