16:07 Mitsubishi is gearing up to contact about 27,000 customers to get a headlight switch fault fixed. It follows a mass recall in Australia.

15:42 Jim Ancliff, the adoptive father of Caleb Kovaleski, says his son has taken the bullets out of his gun and is drinking beer.

15:42 A judge in Lebanon has recommended Australian woman Sally Faulkner face kidnap charges, over the botched child recovery operation in Beirut.

15:41 Wet weather and old copper wire are being blamed for faults affecting thousands of Spark customers around the country.

14:44 Dozens of Cantabrians are gearing up to protest the arrival of National Party members and MPs, ahead of this weekend's annual conference.

Thu, 03 May 2012

Government Ministers face questions on unemployment & proposed MFAT cuts

Government Ministers face questions on unemployment & proposed MFAT cuts. Primary Production Committee hears further submissions on the Dairy Industry Restructuring Amendment Bill - including it's unexpected impact on National Party membership numbers. 3rd May 2012.

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