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New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is waiting for approval from the Saudi government before it ships an abattoir to a wealthy Saudi businessman.
The government did something novel and usual with the Saudi sheep deal but it was a good use of taxpayers' money, Prime Minister John Key says. Video, Audio
Kathryn Ryan talks to Mike and Matthew about the Labour Party Conference, the Saudi sheep deal report and Gareth Morgan's new party. Audio
In Focus - Prime Minister John Key on the Saudi sheep deal and the "negative and ugly" US presidential election. In Focus - Prime Minister John Key tells Morning Report... Video
Power Play - The official findings on Murray McCully's Saudi sheep deal, in a nutshell? It wasn't illegal, but it was disturbing, writes Benedict Collins.
A report on the government's Saudi sheep deal by the Auditor-General has found no corruption, but has heavily criticised government processes. Video
The Auditor-General's report into the controversial Saudi sheep deal has not found evidence of corruption, but does raise major concerns about transparency. Video, Audio
The Labour Party is accusing New Zealand Trade and Enterprise officials of misleading a parliamentary Select Committee over the Saudi sheep deal. Audio
The head of Transparency International in New Zealand, Suzanne Snively, warns the Saudi sheep farm deal could undermine New Zealand's enviable international reputation for integrity. Audio
Opposition parties are calling for the Foreign Minister, Murray McCully, to stand down while the auditor-general investigates the Saudi sheep deal. Audio
The Prime Minister is standing by his Foreign Affairs Minister in the face of calls for him to be stood down while the Auditor General investigates the controversial Saudi sheep farm deal. Audio
The Auditor-General has launched an investigation into the Government spending more than $11 million setting up a sheep farm in the desert to placate a Saudi businessman. Audio
The Government's controversial Saudi sheep deal is to come under the scrutiny of the Auditor-General. Audio
Documents reveal that officials were looking for ways to pay compensation to a Saudi businessman upset by the government's ban on live sheep exports. Audio
Irate Labour MPs were spitting tacks today, accusing the National MP chairing a select committee of deliberately stopping them grilling the Foreign Minister on his Saudi sheep deal. Audio