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Collins' explanation at odds with Chinese firm's formal invitation, says Robertson...Photo / AP Labour MP Grant Robertson says Judith Collins' claim that she dropped in to Oravida in Shanghai for a casual cup of tea does not ring true after a formal
Work-consent rule applies to ecological areas too, says council. Labour's Maori affairs spokesman, Shane Jones, said the council should assure itself it was taking account of Maori criteria in the act. Photo / Mark Mitchell The Auckland Council has
The state broadcaster is struggling to emerge from damage caused by the Shane Taurima affair, leading to attacks on its independence during an election year. Amidst attacks from government MPs Kenrick's call at the takes the state broadcaster from
The naked truth about interviewing this love-him-or-hate-him television host is it's as uncomplicated and satisfying as herding cats...A respected therapist describes Paul Henry as the most highly functioning dysfunctional person they'd ever met.
Auckland demonstrators show their support for Radio Hauraki's pirates in 1966. Photo / NZ Herald Television New Zealand won't be airing a taxpayer-funded dramatised documentary about Radio Hauraki's pirate days until after the screening of a feature
The new game and the ministerial green light to develop it were revealed in Lotto NZ's recent briefing to incoming Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne. Photo / Natalie Slade Lotto is preparing to launch a new "simple numbers game" with no age
A glimpse at plans for the country's tallest new skyscraper shows how it will have open skydecks, with gardens or trees, and has been designed to reflect the Sky Tower. Paul Brown, architect of the hotel, shopping, cinema and apartment 52-level NDG
Expert believes brand remains strong but force's communication strategy is failing and needs to be reviewed...Police top brass have suffered from communications cock-ups in the past 12 months. Yet they insist there is no need to change the way they
Presenter speaks of growing frustration with limits before she left TV3 and the paranoia in television circles...Photo / Dean Purcell Broadcaster Rachel Smalley has spoken for the first time on why she turned her back on her high-profile TV3 role...
Michael Vukcevic says his job had not involved legal work and he 'did not seek to mislead' law firm Baldwins. Michael Vukcevic The chief executive of a legal firm who stepped down after an internal investigation into his qualifications has admitted