21:14 A 4.3-magnitude earthquake has rattled Hawke's Bay, but there have been no initial reports of damage.

21:14 Two men armed with knives, who took several hostages at a French church, have been neutralised. There are reports a priest was killed.

20:28 Suicide bombers have struck Somalia's Capital Mogadishu in a double car bombing - at least 8 are dead.

16:19 National MP Maurice Williamson will bow out of politics at next year's election. The MP for Pakuranga has spent three decades in Parliament.

16:19 Farmers growing peas in Wairarapa are facing a two year ban,following the discovery of a "pea weavel" pest insect in the region.

Mon, 09 Jul 2012

PM confident Waitangi Tribunal outcome won't interrupt asset sales plans

PM John Key tells RadioLIVE's Marcus Lush that he's confident that a challenge to the asset sales program in the Waitangi Tribunal won't interrupt the partial privatisation of the government owned power companies. 9 July, 2012

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