NZ to give $1m in aid to Nepal

Prime Minister John Key speaks out about the Doha fire which caused the death of the Weekes triplets.

New Zealand will initially commit $1 million in humanitarian aid to earthquake ravaged Nepal.

Nepal quake: hundreds trapped

NZ Nepalis reassured

Kiwis safe on Everest

Students use quake experience

Google exec dies on Everest

Key on Gulf states mission

Prime Minister John Key

PM John Key will become the first-ever New Zealand Prime Minister to officially visit Saudi Arabia.

Key visits Gallipoli's battlefields

Prime Minister John Key and his wife Bronagh visited cemeteries shortly after arriving in Gallipoli.

PM Key walked through Gallipoli's fields of the dead, paying tribute to Kiwis lost during the campaign.

Calls for tolls intensify

Wellington wants to support Auckland's push for motorway tolls as a way of easing rush hour congestion.

Wellington to support Auckland in a bid to change the Government's mind on motorway tolls.

Precious medal delivered

Labour leader Andrew Little delivers Caitlin Papuni-McLellan's great-uncle's medallion to her in Turkey.

Labour leader Andrew Little played an unusual role upon arrival in Turkey - delivery boy.

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How will we be remembered in 100 years?

Nate Shephard, 5, and his brother Joel, 7, wearing their great-grandfathers' war medals from WW1 and WW2, pictured at the ANZAC day memorial dawn service held at the Auckland War Memorial Museum in Auckland Domain 100 years on from the Gallipoli landings in 1915.

OPINION: How can we serve? How can we be brave?

Has the everyman fool crossed a line?

OPINION: Even during his worst Prime Ministerial gaffes, John Key has managed to carry the air of an everyman, helping endear himself to voters.

Waitressing has its perks, but

Hair pulling won't cut Key down

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Beehive Live: The Easter Wrap-up

The Beehive

Welcome to Parliament's last sitting day before MPs head off for the Easter break. We're talking human rights, Northland and America's Cup.

Beehive Live: Tuesday

As MPs start the last week before the Easter recess the hot topic in Parliament will no doubt be the Northland by-election success of NZ First's Winston Peters.


Beehive Live: New month, new laws

The Government kicks off its HomeStart plan, among other new laws. And petitions for publicly funded gender reassignment surgery, along with a ban on fireworks are before parliament.

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