Politics

Police Minister Michael Woodhouse

PM OK with conviction

John Key says he is not concerned that the police minister has a past drink-driving conviction.

Homosexual convictions wiped?

Justice People convicted of homosexuality before it was made legal in 1986 may have criminal records wiped.

Cunliffe loyalists back Little

Andrew Little Labour leadership contender Andrew Little appears to gain support from ex-leader David Cunliffe's loyalists.

Red ink still spills at Solid Energy

Solid Energy State coal miner posts another big loss - $182 million for the year to June.

Beehive Live: PM marks WWI

Poppy flower WWI The Prime Minister is travelling to Albany, about an hour out of Perth, for WWI commemorations.

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