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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
When a surprise press conference was announced at the Beehive, reporters had no idea the PM would be gone by lunchtime.
The Prime Minister John Key says an independent inquiry into historical abuse of children in state care is not needed. "We're dealing with it in the appropriate way." Audio
Parliament will pass two bills under urgency this week in a bid to help quake-hit Kaikoura recover faster. Audio
John Key says the Government is talking to Wellington mayor Justin Lester about the possibility of aid for businesses hurt by the Kaikoura earthquake. Audio
A third visit by Prime Minister John Key to quake affected Kaikoura brings the realisation for the Government, and many locals of the enormity, of the recovery ahead. Audio
The Prime Minister, John Key, says fear is starting to set in in Kaikoura, as it becomes apparent just how long the quake recovery could take. Audio
President-elect Donald Trump has detailed his plan to withdraw the United States from the TPP on his first day in office. John Key says he's disappointed by the announcement. Audio
The Prime Minister is being labeled irresponsible for talking tax cuts when the full cost of the damage from last week's earthquakes is still not known. Audio
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been taken to task by Prime Minister John Key over his company tax arrangements.
The families of men killed in the Pike River tragedy are devastated their loved one's bodies will not be recovered - but John Key says entering the mine would be "lunacy". Audio
Businesses in the areas hardest hit by the earthquakes will know within the next 48 hours what government assistance they will receive. Prime Minister John Key joins Checkpoint. Video, Audio
After flying over Kaikoura yesterday, Prime Minister John Key says the quake damage in thethe region was 'worse than I had been anticipating'. Audio
John Key was to leave tomorrow with a trade mission to Argentina, before travelling to Peru for APEC at the weekend. But today's quake has put his plans on hold. Audio
John Key has seen the devastation in Kaikoura from the air. He tells Checkpoint the damage is likely to cost about $2 billion and a senior government official will probably have to be appointed to… Video, Audio
Prime Minister John Key and acting civil defence minister Gerry Brownlee speaking live from Parliament Audio
Prime Minister John Key says the Trans-Pacific Partnership is not going to happen under a Donald Trump presidency "in the short term". Video, Audio