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Chinese Premier wants another NZ visit
14 November 2017
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has told Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern that he would like to visit New Zealand again soon, just seven months after his last visit.
United Future's end understandable: Dunne
The United Future party is no more, leader Damian Light has confirmed. Long-time MP Peter Dunne says it's "sad, but understandable"....
Protests in NZ as Ardern talks Manus
Protesters have targeted the Australian High Commission in Wellington over refugees as PM Jacinda Ardern pushes for more talks with her Australian counterpart....
Ardern invites Trudeau to NZ
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has invited Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to visit NZ and Antarctica to explore action being taken on climate change....
Greens won't back trade agreement
The Greens have a support agreement with the government but they're going to continue to reject the 11 nation trade agreement that's just been negotiated....
Praise for govt's handling of trade deal
Farmers, exporters and the business sector generally are praising the government for the way it handled trade negotiations on the sidelines of the APEC summit....
Ardern's offer a fatal mistake: Oz senator
Jacinda Ardern has promised to raise NZ's offer to accept refugees from Manus with Malcolm Turnbull again, splitting Australia's Senate down the middle....
Bennelong by-election to take place on December 16 after John Alexander's resignation
Voters in John Alexander's seat of Bennelong will head back to the polls for a by-election on December 16, after the Liberal MP resigned over concerns he may be a British citizen....
Government urged to do more for children
Upholding the UN's Children's Convention can improve the lives of children, says Children's Commissioner Andrew Becroft....
Peters' lawyer aims at media
Winston Peters' lawyer says they plan to challenge some reporters' "journalistic privilege" over the leaking of his pension details....
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