Soaring Auckland house prices not enough to change OCR

905 days ago - TVNZ
The Reserve Bank has predictably left the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 3.5%.

Yes minister, please do something

905 days ago - Herald
Afghanistan is one of the most dangerous places on Earth to be a woman. But you will not find the Minister of Women's Affairs in that country...

Ticking time bombs

905 days ago - Herald
As the people of Tauranga are once again having to deal with an oil spill in their harbour , we can't help but look back at the threat t
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Mayor tipped to add 2% for transport to rates increase

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Watch issued for gales, but predicted to ease

905 days ago - TVNZ
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Armed hunt ends in arrest

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No sign of hunter missing near Timaru

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The search for a hunter missing for 10 days near Timaru has been scaled back.

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Ponytail-gate assault case: Call for PM's wife to take the stand

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John Key raises human rights but not women's rights with Saudi Arabia's king

905 days ago - TVNZ
Key excused not raising women's rights but saying it falls under human rights.