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Snowden revelations: NZ's spy reach stretches across globe
NZ spies on Vietnam, China, India, Pakistan, South American nations and a range of other countries to help fill gaps in worldwide surveillance operations by the US.
John Roughan: No shock and awe in Nicky Hager's revelations
Nicky Hager's voice and manner are those of someone who is deeply shocked at the discovery of things that are interesting enough to report but are not really shocking, writes John Roughan.
Fran O'Sullivan: Key should get over Hager hang-up
The latest Snowden documents raise the question of whether NZ is simply a US trojan horse when it comes to intelligence gathering in the Pacific, writes Fran O'Sullivan.
Editorial: Pacific spying - at least we know about it
Many New Zealanders will not feel scandalised by the Herald's revelations about their country's spying in the Pacific.
Snowden revelations: John Key failing leadership test with terrorists-under-the-bed response
John Key worked to undermine the Herald's spying revelations before he knew what they were, writes David Fisher.