21:49 Greek stock market slumps after reopening following 5 week shut down, while China's weak data helped push oil prices to their lowest today.

21:20 Invercargill MP Sarah Dowie's relieved Tiwai Aluminium Smelter will stay operational after owners sign a new deal with Meridian.

17:27 The family of forestry worker Charles Finlay, who was killed on the job, is relieved his employer M and A Cross Ltd. has admitted responsibility.

16:48 Athletics New Zealand distance running coach Steve Willis is not surprised by some of the findings in the leaked IAAF doping report.

16:28 Nearly 10,000 firefighters are now battling wildfires in the US state of California. About 6,000 homes have been evacuated.

Mon, 14 May 2012

John Key denies broken promise claim over Pike River bodies

Prime Minister John Key tells RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush that he has not broken any promises over the Pike River Mine disaster and says the recovery of bodies was always dependent on a safe, credible and feasible plan. 14 May, 2012

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