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Deposit guarantee story told in new book by Bollard

Deposit guarantee story told in new book by Bollard
Wellington, Sept 4 NZPA - The crown retail deposit guarantee scheme that picked up the tab for the collapse of South Canterbury Finance was hastily crafted in a war room in Wellington on a Sunday in October 2008 in response to fears of a run on banks.

Leak needs to be kept in proportion, says former diplomat

Leak needs to be kept in proportion, says former diplomat
Wellington, July 23 NZPA - Relations between Australia and New Zealand are not likely to be damaged following the leak of a diplomatic cable between the New Zealand High Commission and Canberra and the New Zealand Government, says a former diplomat.

Key off to Asia

Key off to Asia
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Wellington July 1 NZPA - Cuddly pandas, deadly torpedoes and Chinese food safety will be among the talking points when Prime Minister John Key travels to Asia next week.

Key off to Asia

Key off to Asia
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Wellington July 1 NZPA - Cuddly pandas, deadly torpedoes and Chinese food safety will be among the talking points when Prime Minister John Key travels to Asia next week.

Don't put MMP on used car lot - expert

By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, June 24 NZPA - Rather than kicking the tyres of MMP, the Government is putting the whole car up for sale, a political expert says.

NZ leads the world with its ETS ... or does it?

By Kent Atkinson of NZPA Wellington, June 24 NZPA - Politicians usually at the front of the scrum when claims are made that New Zealand leads the world have been noticeably shy about the nation's emissions trading scheme (ETS) which kicks up several notches on July 1.

Labour says Govt should speak out on China-Pak N-deal

Labour says Govt should speak out on China-Pak N-deal
Wellington, June 22 NZPA - New Zealand should be opposing Chinese efforts to export nuclear reactors to Pakistan, says Labour's disarmament spokesman, Phil Twyford.

Carter sticking to his electorate for now

Carter sticking to his electorate for now
Wellington, June 22 NZPA - Demoted Labour MP Chris Carter is spending the week working in his Te Atatu electorate, but his position within the party remains uncertain.

Labour slump further behind in polls

Labour slump further behind in polls
Wellington, June 20 NZPA - Labour's popularity has slumped following the credit card expenses scandal, a TV3 poll released tonight shows. The poll, of 1000 people, saw National's popularity increase to 55.3 percent while Labour fell to 30.5 percent.

NZ talks may canvass bid to sell Pakistan reactors

Wellington, June 18 NZPA - Many of the biggest players in the global nuclear reactor industry may be headed for a row in New Zealand next week, when the 46-country Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) meets here.

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