17:24 A Hastings woman whose 10 week old baby boy died allegedly as a result of "co-sleeping" has pleaded not guilty to a charge relating to his death.

17:22 A contentious plan to extend the reign of Environment Canterbury's Government-appointed commissioners has passed its first hurdle.

17:20 Ewen Macdonald has today appeared before the Parole Board but it could be days before a decision is made public on whether he will be released.

16:45 The name of the 60 year old man accused of threatening to contaminate infant formula with the poison 1080 will stay secret for another 6 months.

16:45 A Wallacetown house remains cordoned off just north of Invercargill, as police investigate the sudden death of a toddler.

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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