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- Govt to look at drug trafficker's case - The Government is being asked to help in the case of a New Zealander convicted of drug-trafficking in Asia.... more

- NZ backtracks on Kyoto deadline - The government will back off a 2002 deadline for ratifying the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions unless there is international agreement on the rules enforcing it.... more

- Dougherty case raises questions - Leading criminal lawyer Peter Williams QC wants an inquiry into the way DNA testing is carried out in this country in the wake of the David Dougherty case.... more

- Health lab gets accreditation back - New Zealand's largest public health laboratory, Auckland's Labplus, has regained its international accreditation.... more

- Murder victim had been in custody - Police have revealed that the victim of a brutal killing in the south Waikato had been in police custody on the day he was murdered.... more

- Kiwis flock to become Aussies - Changes to trans-Tasman welfare arrangements have prompted a dramatic rise in the number of New Zealanders applying for Australian citizenship.... more

- Problems with foreign students - A law change to tighten up the supervision of foreign students in New Zealand is expected to be in place by next year.... more

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