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OIA granted in 37 minutes

Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater got a response to an Official Information Act request from Justice Minister Judith Collins in just 37 minutes.

Leaders unplugged: John Key

A terrible feeling of deja vu appears to have come over Prime Minister John Key. Here we sit, over a cuppa in a cafe in the centre of the Epsom electorate.

Three predictions: Bledisloe Cup

Three predictions ahead of tonight's Bledisloe Cup encounter between the All Blacks and Wallabies at Eden Park: There will be tries The only other time the All Blacks…

Minister's staffer took part in blog

The press secretary of Cabinet minister Gerry Brownlee has admitted posting anonymously to the Whale Oil blog as the impact of Dirty Politics continues to hit the election…

Bledisloe Cup

Moneyball: Understanding ABs' points start

After watching the All Blacks cling to a draw in Sydney you could feel justified thinking the huge start bookies are giving the Wallabies tonight looks like easy money. But…

All Blacks: Cruden needs to deliver

Pressure is the constant the All Blacks must live with. That pressure will be especially intense today, as it always is when they are trying to make amends for a poor…



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Sky's internet TV move not defensive

Sky Television faces challenges to its dominance of pay television, but chief executive John Fellet says it is moving into internet TV as a positive step, not a defensive…


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Review: Sidart, Ponsonby

One of the most interesting things about Sidart in Ponsonby Rd is that it takes fine dining to its own new level - for me, anyway. Head up the dark wood stairs, open…

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Gallen accepts drugs ban

Cronulla skipper Paul Gallen is believed to be among 10 current NRL players to have accepted doping bans from Asada yesterday.

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