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NZ-Solomons security deal in development

The two countries have agreed to develop a maritime security work plan.

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Labor reshuffle as pressure goes on police minister

Labor’s long-awaited reshuffle is happening today as the Opposition increasingly puts pressure on Jacinda Ardern’s struggling police minister The Prime…

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An Ode for .. Louise Wallace

Bard of the south Victor Billot joins the circus   The Lady of the Tape   So it was that…

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Fair pay complaint to ILO crashes and burns

Business leaders have been accused by the workplace relations minister of bringing a “vexatious” case against Fair Pay Agreements to…

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Nuclear specter hangs over Shangri-La

While there were positive signs in the US-China relationship on the side of the Shangri-La Dialogue, the main stage saw…

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Yesterdaze: The blind following the blind now ScoMo is NoMo

Foreign policy was at the forefront this week as almost everyone accused everyone else of “blindly following others” over China,…

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The monied class who backed Peters

A High Court trial over the New Zealand First party’s fundraising arm reveals the identities of some of the country’s…

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Sex scandals and sexism in the swinging 60s

A feminist reading of a stunning memoir I am writing this at a time none of us ever imagined might…

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Cuts to GP service alarm West Coast town

When only a part-time doctor is available, Coasters will want to be careful about which day of the week they…

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Villa Maria parent company receivers seeking $5m for court fees

Lawyers for New Zealand wine-making pioneer Sir George Fistonich argues the demand to retain $5 million is “very unusual” The…

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