04:32 Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town overnight, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 peopl

04:29 Specialist staff including a Serious Crash Investigator will this morning continue their scene examination into a fatal Invercargill crash

04:27 Concern mounts for 15-year-old girl - LA Tukerangi contacted her family saying she was being held hostage by Dean Whakatau in Rotorua

04:26 The mother of a five year old autistic boy who died in Christchurch of serious head injuries in May is due back in court today

04:26 Labour believes the private prosecution over the death of a forestry worker proves health and safety reforms are needed

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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