22:29 A homicide inquiry's underway after a man's body was found at a Northland property in Ngāraratunua, north of Whangarei.

18:51 Two lovers who plotted to kill one of their spouses have been sentenced to life, and will serve a minimum of 17 years in prison.

17:51 Police boss Mike Bush faced a barrage of questions from MPs today over how best to deal with car chases.

16:24 Education Minister Hekia Parata has gone on the defensive over the $20-million overhaul of her ministry's head office in Wellington.

16:08 The Independent Police Complaints Authority has told Parliament its cash reserves have run out and it is up against a wall.

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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