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Mr Key decided not to be at Waitangi for the first time on February 6 as Prime Minister.
Now, the 12 TPP ministers need to get their governments and their people to “buy” the deal.
It was nothing like the normal large Maori welcomes often accorded to visiting dignitaries.
Trade ministers from the 12 TPP nations have begun holding meetings in Auckland ahead of the signing.
Officials were forecasting the migration boom would peak six months ago.
These are not easy times to be running a central bank, our political editor writes.
Nearly a decade on from the crisis, the reassurance that the US doesn't need zero per cent interest to grow have been received positively.
New figures on the economy have been released.
It could be argued Bill English appears to be now doing exactly what was called for in August, writes our political editor.
Bill English has opened the Government's books in the traditional pre-Christmas reveal.
Several Banks have followed the Reserve Bank's quarter of a per cent cut to the Official Cash Rate.
Our Political Editor gives the party leaders a ranking out of ten – and the PM doesn't come top.
Those opposed to private operators running prisons are welcoming the move.
There are signs that the NZ economy is starting to climb out its 2015 malaise, writes our political editor.
John Key has refused to rule out the possibility of bringing forward tax cuts next year.
Our Political Editor examines the controversial issue of whether farmers should be part of the ETS.
The rural, volunteer, career and urban fire services will form the new national fire service.
The Government has plans to introduce extended supervision orders to monitor those deported.
Opposition MPs made personal protests following John Key’s controversial Christmas Island comments yesterday.
The two cities, along with Auckland, have been singled out by the Reserve Bank.
Overall the IMF report wasn't too shabby. I'd say it gives us the mark of a B.
Overall the IMF notes the economy is slowing.
Annette King says the current government's attempt to address the obesity issue is feeble.
The New Zealand First MP directed the comment towards National MP Melissa Lee.
Act leader David Seymour says the remarks are racist and unacceptable.
There are now 151,000 people classed as unemployed in the country.
Our political editor examines the issue that could lead to a backlash from first home buyers.
Borrowers counting on further interest rate relief from the Reserve Bank will have to wait.
Some concerns are starting to emerge about the overall benefits of high migration numbers.
HSBC identified surging house prices as a reason for NZ being on a list of economies at risk of trouble.
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