Hit and Run authors standing by their work, as Defence Force chief slams it for "major inaccuracies".
OPINION: An inquiry into the 2010 Afghan raid would be a good way to find out if Kiwis use terror in our fight against terrorism.
Li Keqiang has arrived in New Zealand for a visit expected to focus on strengthening trade between the two countries.
ACT party faithful plan revival of political fortunes.
Labour accuses Govt of planning to slash state house numbers in the regions.
International ratings agency says NZ well positioned to handle any shocks.
OPINION: Key got away with lots. Perhaps we can sometimes too?
It's an election year and already the superannuation issue has got people talking. But millennials are not reacting quite in the way many might expect.
OPINION: What could the modern voter have in common with an air taveller caught short at 30,000 feet?
OPINION: NZ is facing growing pressures, but our best economic opportunities have been laid out.
OPINION: Hang in there ma'am. With the terror alert at "severe", now's really not the time for the Queen to pass, says Alison Mau.
Oscar Kightley: My brother served in the army, I nearly served – but nobody signed up to kill civilians
OPINION: My brother served in the Army for 14 years. We don't like to imagine soldiers killing civilians.
Two new emergency homes give a lifeline to Nelson families in dire need.
OPINION: Author Nicky Hager and journalist Jon Stephenson had provided some inconvenient facts.
EXPLAINER: First the civilian deaths, now claims of torture and war crimes overshadow NZ's conduct in Afghanistan.
Relatives of killed soldier Tim O'Donnell say they're upset by allegations in Hager's book.
Labour and the Greens agree on tight Budget rules, but unions call for move spending.
Hekia Parata wades into an argument with education union, saying they are wrong about funding.
ACT leader David Seymour tries bridging the generation gap.
The Labour leader is off to court after an apology and offer of a financial contribution were rejected.
New diplomatic posts in Ireland and Sri Lanka part of a $91m investment to expand NZ trade.
National has chosen a candidate less than half the age of the outgoing Pakuranga MP.
The struggling mail carrier promotes its finance director to chief executive.
Prime Minister Bill English is backing Defence Force claims that civilians weren't killed in an SAS raid.
Afghan villagers have engaged a human rights lawyer over an SAS raid they believe killed six in their community.
Who's up and who's down from the week in politics?
Ala' Al-Bustanji is taking on Louise Upston in Taupo this election.
OPINION: A 'decriminalisation' of abortion law would send a highly discriminatory message towards the community of people with disabilities.
Nominations will open next week for candidates wanting to fill the Dunstan Constituency vacancy on the ORC created by the recent passing of Dr Maggie Lawton.
Otago regional councillors have put a halt to the development of a new water plan for the region.
"There isn't any substantiated evidence that [civilians died]," the Prime Minister said.
National and the Maori Party resolve differences over reforms, despite last-minute alternative offer.
A trans-Tasman tug of war between tax authorities, rather than tax avoidance, may be behind Apple's zero-dollar NZ tax bill.
The trail of a new housing model designed to end homelessness in Auckland has been officially launched.
OPINION: John Key's final speech to Parliament was neither profound nor particularly memorable.
Just over 3600 square km of land, up to the edge of Lake Te Anau, opens for oil and gas exploration.
The claims about SAS crimes in Afghanistan require a full government inquiry.
With the nation still processing the revelations from his new book, Nicky Hager went for an evening coffee in Nelson.
The defence minister at the time of an SAS-led raid said civilian deaths were an accident, one that weighs heavily on the conscience.
"It's been a blast." Former PM cracks some jokes, gets a bit serious - and bows out.
OPINION: The PM can play for time, but can't ignore calls for answers, writes Vernon Small.
"Goodbye and good luck," Key says, as he walks away from politics for good.
Former Defence Minister at time of deadly Afghanistan raid says case was "one of the disasters of war".
Bill English says the bar is "pretty high" for an investigation into whether an NZ-led raid killed civilians.
OPINION: The Government won't want to be seen to be sweeping the claims under the carpet.
Public paying Auckland councillor to pursue her political ambitions, Auckland Ratepayers Alliance says.
The boss of the NZDF has warned any allegations of war crimes in a new book better have hard evidence.
OPINION: The 2010 raid in Afghanistan detailed in Hit and Run, was first revealed on a TV interview I produced in 2011, Tim Watkin writes.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee says our role in Iraq could be expanded, after secret trip.
Join us for a live chat with Nicky Hager about claims NZ was involved in botched raid which killed six civilians in Afghanistan.
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