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Don't risk lives over whaling, urges PM

Don't risk lives over whaling, urges PM
Wellington, July 8 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key has called for "cool heads" in the wake of anti-whaling activist Peter Bethune's suspended prison sentence, saying continued southern ocean skirmishes could lead to a fatality.

PM steering clear of judging Bethune sentence

PM steering clear of judging Bethune sentence
By Chris Ormond and Kate Chapman of NZPA Wellington, July 7 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key has stopped short of commenting on the sentence handed down to anti-whaling activist Peter Bethune but says it would have come as a huge relief to him and his family.

Labour announces electorate candidates

Wellington, July 5 NZPA - The Labour Party has moved early to confirm a list of electorate candidates for next year's election. Labour has confirmed 17 candidates, with others having received a nomination but awaiting rubber stamping in 10 more electorates.

Labour announces electorate candidates

Labour announces electorate candidates
Wellington, July 5 NZPA - The Labour Party has moved early to confirm a list of electorate candidates for next year's election. Labour has confirmed 17 candidates, with others having received a nomination but awaiting rubber stamping in 10 more electorates.

Carter on the comeback trail

Carter on the comeback trail
Wellington, June 26 NZPA - Labour MP Chris Carter will be back in Parliament on Tuesday, hoping he has put the messy episode of his excessive ministerial spending behind him and he can get on with life as a demoted caucus member.

Labour leader satisfied with Carter's apology

Labour leader satisfied with Carter's apology
Auckland, June 25 NZPA - Labour Party leader Phil Goff is satisfied with Chris Carter's apology, saying the demoted MP has had time to reflect on his behaviour last week and his misuse of his ministerial credit card.

Goff accepts Carter's apology

Goff accepts Carter's apology
Auckland, June 25 NZPA - Labour Party leader Phil Goff has accepted demoted MP Chris Carter's apology to taxpayers and colleagues over travel spending, much of which included his partner, when he was a minister.

Carter says sorry

Carter says sorry
By Chris Ormond of NZPA Wellington, June 25 NZPA - Demoted Labour Party MP Chris Carter emerged in Parliament today to offer an apology to taxpayers and colleagues over travel spending, much of which included his partner, when he was a minister.

Chris Carter says he's staying

Chris Carter says he's staying
Wellington, June 25 NZPA - Demoted Labour MP Chris Carter says he considered resigning but has decided to stay on in Parliament, and give a no-holds barred apology for his spending while a minister.

Chris Carter to front up today

Chris Carter to front up today
Wellington, June 25 NZPA - Demoted Labour MP Chris Carter is to front up to the media today over his spending while a minister. A Labour spokesman said a press conference would be held after midday in Wellington.

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