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"Kiwis bleat like Aussie sheep but don't condemn Afghan killings" was the headline on China's state-run media Global Times website today as the diplomatic spat hurtles on.
It's after New Zealand… Audio
The Panel speaks to report co-author Cordelia Woodhouse. Audio
Associate Professor Grant Duncan speaks to The panel about his legacy. Audio
Professor Jonathan Boston speaks to The Panel about what progress has been made. Audio
One of Georgia's top elections officials Gabriel Sterling has taken President Trump and senators to task in response to threats and intimidation targeting the state's elections workers. Audio
Dr David Hall, lecturer at AUT's School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, gives The Panel his take on it. Audio
Hon JUDITH COLLINS to the Prime Minister: Does she consider a $195,000 increase in the price of the median house since October 2017 a sign of a Government that is “absolutely committed to resolving…
Activists have delivered a petition to MPs urging them to get rid of legislation that enables referenda on Māori wards.
ActionStation collected more than 10-thousand signatures calling for Parliament… Audio
China has expressed surprise that New Zealand's Prime Minister has formally registered concern about the promotion of a doctored image of an Australian soldier on social media.
The faked photo… Audio
The Government will this afternoon declare a climate emergency.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will introduce the motion in Parliament this afternoon, having described climate change as her… Audio
A new report has projected insurers are likely to stop fully covering some coastal homes in Wellington and Christchurch in the next 10 years due to sea level rises.
The government-funded report found… Audio
Australia correspondent Annika Smethurst looks at the fallout from a tweet depicting an Australian soldier holding a knife to the throat of an Afghan child, as Scott Morrison took to WeChat to press… Audio
The Hawke's Bay Regional Council chair says "bring it on" after hearing talk of councillors investigating a motion of no confidence in his leadership.
In a contentious result, councillors voted to… Audio
Aucklanders are being asked to reach deeper into their pockets next year in a one off rates increase of 5 percent.
The proposal is part of the city council's new 10-year budget focused on Covid-19… Audio
America's coronavirus curve is steep and it keeps climbing.
The pandemic is the worst its been since Covid-19 first entered the United States, according to the country's top infectious disease… Audio
Pablo Matera has been stripped of the Argentina captaincy and suspended along with two team-mates for "discriminatory and xenophobic" comments in historical social media posts.
The Argentine Rugby… Audio
The government will declare a national climate emergency today, with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern introducing the motion in Parliament this afternoon.
In 2017 she called climate change her… Audio
The new leader of Fiji's SODELPA warns there is no place in the party for personalities and factions. Audio
For the first time ever, an ava or blessing ceremony has been held to welcome new Pasifika MPs to New Zealand's parliament. Audio
Disharmony, an attempted coup, nasty texts, childish comments - what on earth has been going on at the fractured Tauranga City Council? Audio
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