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Prime Minister John Key's resignation has caused a dramatic upswing in the use of s-words in overseas coverage.
A lot of money is being made from selling illegal drugs in this country. Who's making it, who's taking all the risk and what are the factors that decide what drugs YOU might be taking? Audio
John Key, who has lead the country since November 2008, will be Prime Minister no longer. And in Dateline Pacific; Amnesty International says action needs to follow Fiji's talk of ending torture. Audio
Opinion - John Key imbued New Zealand's national consciousness with a sense of wellbeing, even if many were missing out, writes Simon Wilson.
Power Play - Prime Minister John Key's resignation throws next year's election wide open, regardless of who takes over now, writes Jane Patterson.
Prime Minister John Key was quick to anoint Bill English as a potential successor, but who else is in with a chance for New Zealand's top job?
New Zealand's political parties are paying tribute to Prime Minister John Key's eight years in power. Video
John Key's resignation has come as a shock to most in the political sphere - but some say they saw it coming. Alex Ashton has been gauging political reaction. Audio
John Key has announced he is resigning as Prime Minister and leader of the National Party - and says his deputy Bill English would be a wise choice as his replacement. Audio
Former prime minister Jim Bolger says every leader has to face stepping down at some time and being in power for a long time takes its toll. Video, Audio
Cabinet minister Judith Collins doesn't rule out throwing her hat in the ring for the National party leadership Audio
RNZ political editor analyses John Key's surprise departure and explains what could happen next Video, Audio
The Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Bill English, says he'll announce tomorrow whether or not he will contest the position of party leader. Audio
Prime Minister John Key says the timing of his resignation "feels right." Video, Audio
Panelist Paula Penfold, gives her views on John Key's resignation. Audio
The dollar has fallen a quarter of a cent since Prime Minister John Key's surprise resignation.
RNZ's reporter, Sarah Robson, is in John Key's electorate of Helensville. Audio
Social media was quick to react to today's political bombshell, which it appears only a few saw coming.
Political commentator and former National Party press secretary, Ben Thomas, talks about what this means for National. Audio
Former Labour Party president, Mike Williams, talks about what this means for Labour. Audio