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More than half of New Zealanders are worried about the country being a tax haven after the Panama Papers leak, according to a new poll.
A review of a land buy in New Zealand by someone connected to law firm Mossack Fonseca is likely to focus on the good character test, acting Prime Minister Bill English says. Audio
The government is being warned that quick fixes to the foreign trust regime in the wake of the Panama papers will not be enough to restore the country's reputation.
Power Play - Labour targeted political "civilian" John Shewan and missed a greater opportunity offered by the foreign trust scandal, writes Jane Patterson. Audio
The Minister for Land Information has ordered a review of an overseas investment application involving the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers.
John Shewan says allegations against him are a "complete red herring", while Labour continues to try and discredit him.
John Shewan, who has been appointed to review NZ's foreign trust rules, has rejected Labour's accusation he advised the Bahamas on its tax haven status. Audio
The Prime Minister says the fact he has a deposit with a law firm specialising in foreign trusts is not embarrassing in the least.
ANALYSIS: The Panama Papers has thrown the spotlight on New Zealand's little known but flourishing role as a "home" to trusts for foreign residents, writes Gyles Beckford.
The leaders of the Labour and Green parties say the Prime Minister's links to a company that sets up foreign trusts in New Zealand are a bad look. Audio
Prime Minister John Key has a short-term deposit with a firm specialising in foreign trusts, according to a new register on MP's finances. Video
It's just been revealed that the Prime Minister John Key has a short term deposit with a company specialising in foreign trusts. Audio
Labour leader Andrew Little is calling on Prime Minister John Key to release his personal tax records, in the aftermath of the Panama Papers release.
The Labour Party leader, Andrew Little, is in our Wellington studio. Audio
A law firm that sets up trusts for foreigners says it takes great care to ensure its wealthy clients are not criminal or corrupt. Audio
Panama Papers: Prime Minister John Key has set up a review of New Zealand's foreign trust disclosure rules ahead of OECD talks on the matter in Paris. Audio
The Prime Minister will consider changing disclosure rules around foreign trusts, if a review by John Shewan recommends that. Chris Bramwell reports Audio
Tax specialist discusses review into disclosure laws, and New Zealand's attitude to foreign trusts. Audio
John Campbell looks back over what the government has previously said about the country's foreign trust rules Audio
RNZ's political editor Jane Patterson analyses the government's newly-announced review into the country's foreign tax rules. Audio