16:25 Refugees arriving in NZ may soon be sent to Dunedin, which has been chosen as the country's sixth refugee settlement location.

16:25 The families of the seven people killed in the Fox Glacier helicopter crash have thanked the recovery crews for their tireless efforts.

16:17 Slow ticket sales have led to the cancellation of January's two-day music festival Echo, which was to take place at Auckland's Vector Arena.

16:16 Waikato Police say Hamilton Gardens is now safe for the public after it was evacuated following a bomb threat this afternoon.

16:13 Changes to the Resource Management Act will ease the housing crisis in Auckland, but minister Nick Smith concedes it may take some time.

Tue, 25 Sep 2012

Police in the firing line over Kim Dotcom saga?

A Police blunder has lead to the Government finding themselves in the firing line due to illegal spying on Kim Dotcom - RadioLIVE Drive spoke to TV3 Political Editor Duncan Garner and Dr Jim Veitch a lecturer of Security and Intelligence Studies for their thoughts. Garner says that the fault lies with the New Zealand Police who didn't properly investigate and Veitch says on the face of it, it looked like Dotcom was nestled in here - but the law wasn't kept to. 25 SEptember 2012

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