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Officials helping jailed Kiwi in China jail

By Kate Chapman of NZPA Hanoi, Vietnam July 11 NZPA - New Zealand consular staff in China will meet New Zealand businessman Danny Cancian tomorrow to discuss the concerns over his treatment in a Chinese prison but no immediate relief is on the horizon.

Insufficient evidence to substantiate assault complaint

Insufficient evidence to substantiate assault complaint
Wellington, June 18 NZPA - Police say there is insufficient evidence to substantiate an assault allegation made by Green Party co-leader Russel Norman against Chinese security officials.

Norman gets support over run-in with Chinese security

Norman gets support over run-in with Chinese security
By Chris Ormond and Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, June 18 NZPA - Labour leader Phil Goff has defended Green Party co-leader Russel Norman's right to protest at Parliament and said the clash with Chinese security should not have happened.

PM's chief of staff on holiday with lobbyists

Wellington, June 6 NZPA - The Prime Minister's chief of staff, Wayne Eagleson has been hitting the casinos of Los Vegas with lobbyists.

Power outlines criminal justice reform programme

Power outlines criminal justice reform programme
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, June 3 NZPA - Over the next year Justice Minister Simon Power intends to make major changes to the criminal justice system. He appeared before Parliament's justice and electoral select committee today.

Company apologises for CEO's remarks about John Key

Company apologises for CEO's remarks about John Key
Wellington, May 5 NZPA - The board of John Langley's company says it does not support his view that Prime Minister John Key should not have left trade negotiations to attend the funerals of three killed airmen.

Prime Minister criticised for returning for funerals

Prime Minister criticised for returning for funerals
Wellington, May 5 NZPA - The Prime Minister has been criticised for leaving trade negotiations to attend the funerals of the three airmen who were killed when their Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopter crashed on Anzac Day.

UN declaration divides Government support parties

Wellington, April 20 NZPA - ACT leader Rodney Hide has lashed out at National for giving New Zealand's support of the United Nations declaration on the rights of indigenous people, calling it an appalling act that would divide the country and saying it breached the agreement between the two parti

PM says unis will not be able to increase fees excessively

PM says unis will not be able to increase fees excessively
Wellington, April 19 NZPA - Prime Minister John Keys say universities will not be given carte blanche to raise fees even if the Government changes a policy capping what they can charge.

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.

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