Corin Dann

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Will Kiwis get a better UK visa deal post-Brexit? Boris Johnson 'enthusiastic' about the idea

Political Editor Corin Dann put the question to the UK Foreign Secretary in New York.

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NZ Foreign Minister Murray McCully, who chaired the meeting, says the measures will affect high-risk countries.

Murray McCully chaired UN Security Council passes resolution for tighter global aviation security

The Foreign Minister signalled tighter security at airports won't mean more disruption.

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John Key chaired a special Security Council meeting on Syria, calling for an open and honest discussion.

'My colleagues from Russia are in a parallel universe': Opinions divided over bloodshed in Syria

John Key chaired a special Security Council meeting on Syria, calling for an open and honest discussion.

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The US Secretary of State criticises Moscow over its accounts of the deadly bombing.

John Kerry tells Russia it is in a 'parallel universe' over Syria peace process

The UN meeting was dominated by a fiery speech from a clearly frustrated US Secretary of State.

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The PM had the UN's powerful Security Council in his sights, saying it had failed to live up to its responsibilities.

John Key slams UN handling of Syria 'at the most serious crisis of our time'

The PM had the UN's powerful Security Council in his sights, saying it had failed to live up to its responsibilities.

John Key scolds UN over Syria inaction, pushes Helen Clark for top spot

The PM has called for a top-level leadership meeting to address the situation in Syria.

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US officials now say Russian war planes were behind the bombing of an aid convoy in Syria.

Pressure building on Key ahead of Syria crisis meeting, speech to UN

The meeting follows the bombing of a UN aid convoy in Syria, thought to have killed 20 civilians.

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US officials now say Russian war planes were behind the bombing of an aid convoy in Syria.

Syria at top of the agenda as UN General Assembly opens on 'hot, tense day'

US officials now say Russian war planes were behind the bombing of an aid convoy in Syria.

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The PM is using his time at the UN to push for New Zealand's case for free trade deals.

John Key warns about 'vacuum' from US not signing TPP

The PM is using his time at the UN to push for New Zealand's case for free trade deals.

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The PM has a lot to get through in New York, as our Political Editor Corin Dann reports.

No TPP deal would leave a vacuum in Asia Pacific, Key warns

The warning formed the centrepiece of the PM's speech in New York today.

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The PM has a lot to get through in New York, as our Political Editor Corin Dann reports.

'John Key likely to give the Americans a bit of a hurry up over signing TPP'

The PM has a lot to get through in New York, as our Political Editor Corin Dann reports.

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John Key hopeful free trade deal with Arab Gulf States will be signed next year

The deal is thought to have stalled some years ago over a Saudi issue with New Zealand's position on live sheep exports.

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The PM is in New York to chair a special leaders meeting on Syria that New Zealand has pushed for.

John Key focusing on 'big agenda of work' in New York, undeterred by bombings

The PM is in New York to chair a special leaders meeting on Syria that New Zealand has pushed for.

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New Zealand is acting as president of the 15-nation council, and Key says he wants a special meeting on the Syrian conflict.

John Key to try calm tensions at UN emergency meeting on Syria conflict

There are now serious questions about the ceasefire in Syria which Russia and the US had negotiated.

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John Key is heading to the UN Security Council's emergency meeting on the conflict.

Is New Zealand about to play its biggest role ever at the UN this week?

NZ will host a special meeting of the Security Council on the Syria Crisis.

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Latest figures show we have the third fastest growing economy in the OECD, flying at 3.6 per cent.

NZ's stellar economic growth attributed to Auckland building boom, tourism

Latest figures show we have the third fastest growing economy in the OECD, flying at 3.6 per cent.

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Consumer spending, construction drives up annual growth rate

Statistics New Zealand announced today that the annual growth rate has hit 3.6 per cent.

The sanctuary bans fishing and mining over 600,000kms around the Kermadec Islands.

Kermadec Ocean bill delayed as talks with Maori Fisheries break down

The Maori Party signalled it might be prepared to walk away from government.

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The Colmar Brunton poll shows National as strong as ever, still very much in the running for a fourth term with the numbers.

ONE News Poll: National rides high, Labour slips to lowest since election

Labour has slipped three points to 26 per cent in the latest ONE News Colmar Brunton poll.

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ONE News' political editor Corin Dann says people are rushing to get in ahead of new LVR lending restrictions.

Corin Dann: Auckland housing's new $1m average a blow to Government

Opposition parties from now until the election are going to have a field day baiting National. It's an easy to understand figure for voters.

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The specialist leading the research fears Auckland's Unitary Plan would ban the GM material.

Work on cancer vaccine that uses genetically modified organisms not threatened by Unitary Plan

Pexa-Vec is a liver cancer treatment which uses genetic modification.

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Diners were terrified during the ordeal at Mangere food outlet yesterday.

Watch: Horror video of one-punch knockouts in Auckland CBD has John Key considering tougher laws

Video showing three one-punch knockouts in a matter of minutes has PM concerned.

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The PM says members of the community are talking about possibly taking the law into their own hands.

John Key seeks to reassure Asian community in Auckland over law and order concerns in open letter

Mr Key acknowledges that some people in the Chinese community are feeling unsafe.

Matt McCarten.

Andrew Little's Chief of Staff to run new Auckland office

Mr Little is expected to make the announcement about the new role later this week.

The Green Party wants the state-owned bank to be more competitive against bigger Australian-owned banks.

Kiwibank boss not 'overly' concerned by heat in Auckland housing market

Paul Brock stressed Kiwibank constantly reviews its credit policy and whether Kiwis can service their loans.

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Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox says MPs should lead by example, but Winston Peters says she's out of touch with ordinary Maori, while John Key says you've got to be cruel to be kind to MPs who're smoking addicts.

Speaker bans smoking on Parliament's lawns and forecourt

Smokers wanting to light up outside Parliament are now out of luck.

Farmers are now playing a waiting game to see if Fonterra will cut milk price.

Good news for struggling farmers after Fonterra increases milk price forecast

Fonterra boosted its forecast milk prices for the 2016/2017 season by 50 cents.

Pressure builds on the housing market as people are running of the fear of missing out and nobody is looking at the numbers anymore.

Reserve Bank defends monetary policy settings

Some economist and opposition parties have questioned whether the current settings are working.

Hekia Parata

Minister calls for change in language used for special needs learning

Hekia Parata wants the education system to stop using the term "special needs".

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