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The Cook Islands are celebrating 50-years of self governance this week.
The New Zealand prime minister visited the island nation to celebrate 50 years of self-governance but no-one was talking about the United Nations.
Political Editor Corin Dann takes a look at what the escalating house prices mean for Kiwis.
Meridian Energy has kept its contract with the aluminium smelter, keeping 800 people employed in the process.
The United States President will release the final version of America's Clean Power Plan tomorrow.
The President provided the voice over for a video released by The White House explaining ‘America’s Clean Power Plan’
NZ First's leader thinks Sam Lotu-Iiga's Polynesian heritage makes him suited to oversee prisons.
"We’re Maori ... and we want you to know that we hate the bloody thing."
'We had discussions, my wife and I,' says former leader of the Conservatives.
'This is not a kneejerk reaction' says former Conservative Party leader
"The truth is quite the defence, and now he’s forcing me to pull his life apart bit by bit inside a court room."
NZ First will sing God Defend NZ this weekend at their general meeting.
The cost of medicine will increase under a new trade deal, but patients will not bear any extra cost, says the Government.
The report states that New Zealand is a destination for foreigners who are subjected to sex trafficking and forced labour.
John Sewel had been tasked with maintaining standards in the House of Lords.
Colin Penter spoke to Seven Sharp live from Perth.
The accountability on the private side of the equation is transparent and presumably effective.
Labour wants to maintain the right to restrict property sales to foreigners under the Pacific-wide trade deal.
The Prime Minister took the opposition party to task over their previous stance on foreign investment.
ONE News political editor Corin Dann believes the Serco crisis will make the task of introducing social bonds much harder for the Government.
Bill English has publicly backed Sam Llotu-Iiga and his handling of the crisis at Mt Eden prison.
Katie Bradford reports on how the government has responded to the Serco prison incident saga.
Their website says it “helps governments across the world deliver better services for less”.
A series of serious allegations against the prison has led to the government stepping in.
He also will take a look at this weekend’s National conference.
Daniel Faitaua gets a Wellington history lesson as the windy city celebrates 150 years as our capital city.
The company which runs Mt Eden Prison have fronted up at Parliament today to face the corrections minister.
Further cuts are likely from the Reserve Bank – so is it time for mortgage holders to float their loans?
Lorraine Littleton recalls her son’s account of an alleged attack by four gang members in Mount Eden Prison.
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Trevor Morunga said he was "pretty amped" before two groups clashed in West Auckland.
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The All Blacks trained hard in West Auckland today in preparation for the Bledisloe Cup Test this weekend.
"Under normal circumstances, I don't usually respond to foolishness. (Because it's contagious)."
A severe thunderstorm watch had been during the time of the collapse.
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