17:40 A top real estate agency, Bayleys, has been fined more than two million dollars for price-fixing.

16:37 United Future leader, Peter Dunne, refutes suggestions he is targeting the police's speeding ticket policy after being caught out himself.

16:37 Police have confirmed 25-year-old Caleb Kovaleski has been arrested. The situation in Cloverlea, Palmerston North was resolved peacefully.

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.

Mon, 18 Jun 2012

Immigrant pension loopholes have been tightened - John Key

Prime Minister John Key tells RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush that he'll get officials to investigate claims by NZ First leader Winston Peters that more than 22 thousand people are able to claim the NZ pension without having worked our paid tax in New Zealand. June 18, 2012

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