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Eminem sues National

Lawyers acting on behalf of rap giant Eminem are suing the National Party for unauthorised use of his hit song Lose Yourself.

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Maori TV executives demoted

High-profile Maori TV executives Julian Wilcox and Carol Hirschfeld have been demoted from their jobs in a restructure process announced to staff at the station today…

PM: 'Nothing but rhetoric'

Prime Minister John Key has challenged Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald to front up with evidence of their claims of mass surveillance and NSA bases in New Zealand…

Harre: 'No doubt' of truth

Laila Harre says she has no doubt Kim Dotcom is telling the truth over an email dismissed as fake, which the Internet Party founder says is "100 per cent true".



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