New Zealand Prime Minister John Key’s popularity dropped as he begins the partial sale of state assets and faces claims of failing to monitor the nation’s intelligence services, according to two opinion polls.
New Zealand may seek additional help to find more than 200 missing people in Christchurch following a 6.3-magnitude earthquake, as search-and-rescue efforts in the nation’s second-largest city enter a fifth day.
Rescuers in the New Zealand city of Christchurch are combing through collapsed ruins of office buildings today as they search for trapped survivors of New Zealand’s deadliest earthquake in eight decades.
New Zealand has apologized to India’s External Affairs ministry over comments made by Television New Zealand presenter Paul Henry about the chief minister of Delhi, where the Commonwealth Games are being held.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, trying to reverse two straight quarters of falling employment, will present an agenda focused on job growth when he delivers a state-of-the-nation speech this week.
Kim Dotcom, wanted in the U.S. on charges his Internet company Megaupload.com orchestrated the biggest copyright infringement in that country’s history, says it was never his responsibility what users did with the content.