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The inquiry was launched after it emerged Mr Haumaha reportedly showed support for officers accused of assaulting Louise Nicholas.

Review ordered into two Government agencies' response to alleged bullying by Wally Haumaha

The State Services Commission has confirmed the review to 1 NEWS.

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The PM met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to talk an upgrade to the 2008 Free Trade Agreement between the two countries.

Jacinda Ardern cancels planned trip to China next month

The Prime Minister said it "has been difficult to find a time that suits everyone".

Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the APEC meeting in Port Moresby.

Ardern arrives at APEC, Peters says China/US standoff makes NZ a key player in Pacific

Ms Ardern's meeting with the PNG Prime Minister was pushed back, but she was able to attend meetings with a number of Pacific nations' leaders, where climate change and plastic pollution were high on the agenda.

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The summit represents more than half the world’s population.

Jacinda Ardern meets with Myanmar's leader, voices concern on Rohingya situation

NZ offered to help in any way to achieve an enduring resolution to the situation.

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National Party support drops below Labour in latest 1 NEWS poll

The latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll comes after a dramatic week in politics.

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1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch McKay spoke to Breakfast this morning about the explosive allegations and its threat to Mr Bridges’ leadership.

Jessica Mutch McKay opinion: Bizarre, baffling and brilliant

There are big days in politics. And then there was yesterday.

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Mr Bridges said if the leaker is not a National MP or staffer, they may not be found.

Analysis: Plugging the leak an ongoing headache for Simon Bridges, says Jessica Mutch McKay

The 1 NEWS political editor says none of the ways the inquiry could play out are good options for the National Party leader.

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1 NEWS has learned the Ngāti Hine Forestry Trust will profit hugely from the tax payer investment, and critics argue it's not a good look.

Government's multi-billion dollar provincial growth fund will make big money for one of its benefactors

1 NEWS has learned the Ngāti Hine Forestry Trust will profit hugely from the tax payer investment, and critics argue it's not a good look.

Labour Party Leader, now Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, with her party's 2017 Campaign Manager Andrew Kirton in August 2017.

Labour Party General Secretary Andrew Kirton leaving to work for Air New Zealand

Mr Kirton got into trouble over the handling of the Labour camp issue but planned to leave this year.

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He has launched a breach of privacy case after details of an accidental pension overpayment were leaked.

List of people facing legal action from Winston Peters over privacy issues could grow

1 NEWS understands it will be several weeks before the next legal step is taken.

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The US and Europe dominated the headlines as their cities came under fire.

1 NEWS looks back at the terror attacks which shocked the world in 2017

The US and Europe dominated the headlines as their cities came under fire.

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NZ Post has hired an extra 600 staff, got 200 more vans and an extra plane to cope with the demand.

Kiwis 'going crazy with online shopping' this Christmas

NZ Post has hired an extra 600 staff, 200 more vans and trucks and an extra plane to cope with demand.

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National says it's a bad look for the new minister, however.

Youth, social issues and Afghanistan controversy on the agenda for new defence minister

Ron Mark wants the Defence Force to be more involved in things like training young people.

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Q+A's Jessica Mutch grills NZ's Housing Minister on the logistics of the ambitious home build.

'We inherited a mess' – Phil Twyford outlines how Labour-led govt will build 27 houses a day

The Housing Minister was grilled on the logistics of the ambitious home build.

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Inside Parliament: An APEC Adventure

A weekly catch up with the 1 NEWS political team about the stories they’ve been covering.

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National, however, wants both parents to be able to take leave at the same time.

'It will make all the difference' – twenty-six weeks of paid parental leave on the way

National, however, wants both parents to be able to take leave at the same time.

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HSBC Chief Economist Paul Bloxham says the bulk of the housing market problems in New Zealand has been led by Kiwis not foreigners.

New Zealand housing crisis a 'domestic story' not a foreign buyer made problem - economist

HSBC Chief Economist Paul Bloxham says the bulk of the housing market problems in New Zealand has been led by Kiwis not foreigners.

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The MPs from Labour and National didn't see eye-to-eye on the hotly-debated issue.

'It was a complete fraud!' – David Parker, Scott Simpson clash over National's water quality standard

The MPs from Labour and National didn't see eye-to-eye on the hotly-debated issue.

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The NZ First leader ruled out the idea of local Maori groups controlling rivers – something the Maori party co-leader disagreed with.

'Water is not a race-based matter!' – Winston Peters and Marama Fox clash over Maori iwi involvement in water ownership

The NZ First leader ruled out the idea of local Maori groups controlling rivers – something the Maori party co-leader disagreed with.

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From solar panels to banning plastic bags, the politicians aimed to prove they walk the walk when it comes to the environment.

'I've got an electric bike – it's a hell of a lot of fun!' - Candidates prove what they do for the environment in Q+A's multi-party debate

From solar panels to banning plastic bags, the politicians aimed to prove they walk the walk when it comes to the environment.

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The NZ First leader was making sure the foundations are solid in his Northland electorate.

'They have been neglected and forgotten' – Winston Peters hits the hustings in Northland

The NZ First leader was making sure the foundations are solid in his Northland electorate.

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The Labour Party leader used to work in a fish and chip shop, so a bit of food service was no problem.

Hair net-wearing Jacinda Ardern rolls up sleeves to cook meals for kids

"Feed the Need" are making 1500 hot meals for kids in Manurewa and Otara.

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Helen Clark says in her day she could never have achieved what Ms Ardern has accomplished.

Helen Clark says new era will help Jacinda Ardern reach top job

Helen Clark says in her day she could never have achieved what Ms Ardern has accomplished.

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The environmental group says it's outrageous PIs have been tracking its staff and passing that information onto the Government.

Government admits using information from private investigation firm being taken to court by Greenpeace

The group says it's outrageous PIs have been tracking its staff and passing that information on.

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