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Visiting expert doubtful of TPP success

Visiting expert doubtful of TPP success
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, June 29 NZPA - United States President Barack Obama faces an uphill battle if he wants to progress a free trade deal including New Zealand, a visiting expert said today.

US General's barbs won't change NZ's Afghan commitment

US General's barbs won't change NZ's Afghan commitment
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Wellington, June 23 NZPA - Belittling comments about President Barack Obama and his advisors by the United States' top general in Afghanistan will not influence New Zealand's commitment to Afghanistan, Prime Minister John Key says.

MP wants all-party oil crisis talks

MP wants all-party oil crisis talks
Wellington, June 16 NZPA - The Maori Party, inspired by US President Barack Obama, is trying to convene urgent all-party talks on ways to reduce New Zealand's reliance on oil and protect the country from "multi-national moguls".

Key meets the locals of Bamiyan

Key meets the locals of Bamiyan
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Bamiyan, April 4 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key spent his last day in Afghanistan in Bamiyan province rubbing shoulders with the locals.

Peter Wilson: Apples And Milk Present The Same Trade Problems

Peter Wilson: Apples And Milk Present The Same Trade Problems
We've probably got about as much chance of prising open the United States dairy market as selling apples to Australia. And for the same reason -- brute force politics.

US say NZ at summit because of anti-nuc record

US say NZ at summit because of anti-nuc record
Wellington, April 16 NZPA - New Zealand was invited to United States President Barack Obama's nuclear proliferation summit because of its anti-nuclear record, a high ranking official has confirmed.

Radiological use in NZ matches other developed nations

As the world's leaders head home following United States President Barack Obama's Nuclear Security Summit in Washington DC, KATE CHAPMAN of NZPA looks at the use of radioactive sources in New Zealand.

Summit agrees on measures

Summit agrees on measures
Wellington, April 14 NZPA - The 47 countries represented at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington DC this week have agreed to reduce the threat of nuclear terrorism and New Zealand showed the difference a small country can make, Prime Minister John Key says.

Agreements made over nuclear threat in Washington - Key

Agreements made over nuclear threat in Washington - Key
Wellington, April 14 NZPA - The 47 countries represented at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington DC this week have agreed to reduce the threat of nuclear terrorism and New Zealand showed the difference a small country can make, Prime Minister John Key says.

Fed Farmers praises Key, says it has written to US senators

Fed Farmers praises Key, says it has written to US senators
Wellington, April 13 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key has won praise for pushing New Zealand's trade interests in Washington, with Federated Farmers saying today it was presenting the same arguments to a group of US senators concerned about opening up dairy markets.

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