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The New Zealand Herald
Pokes and jokes hit and miss but Winston Peters still the masterTo celebrate the occasion and the rare display of Black Caps sledging Australia
Pokes and jokes hit and miss but Winston Peters still the master
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
To celebrate the occasion and the rare display of Black Caps sledging Australians, John Key dedicated much of his speech at the start of Parliament to sledging his own opponents. Photos / Getty Images John Key is not renowned for his modesty, but... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Forget the cricket, John Key the master sledgerTo celebrate the occasion and the rare display of Black Caps sledging Australia
Forget the cricket, John Key the master sledger
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
To celebrate the occasion and the rare display of Black Caps sledging Australians, John Key dedicated much of his speech at the start of Parliament to sledging his own opponents. Photos / Getty Images John Key is not renowned for his modesty, but... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Key, Little in TPP face-offMr Little objected to other countries having a say on New Zealand laws that cou
Key, Little in TPP face-off
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Mr Little objected to other countries having a say on New Zealand laws that could affect them but Mr Key said it was no different to Mr Little wanting a say on Australian laws that affected New Zealanders. The Labour leader travelled to Canberra... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
John Key, Andrew Little face off in Parliament returnJohn Key and Andrew Little fired up over the TPP. Photos / Mark Mitchell John
John Key, Andrew Little face off in Parliament return
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
John Key and Andrew Little fired up over the TPP. Photos / Mark Mitchell John Key and Andrew Little traded verbal blows in Parliament today over the Trans Pacific Partnership. Mr Little objected to other countries having a say on New Zealand laws... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Diplomatic immunity sought 62 timesMalaysian diplomat Mohammed Rizalman bin Ismail was allowed to leave the countr
Diplomatic immunity sought 62 times
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Malaysian diplomat Mohammed Rizalman bin Ismail was allowed to leave the country after being charged with sexual crimes. Photo / Mark Mitchell More than 60 diplomatic staff or family members have sought immunity for offences committed in New Zealand... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
McCully not off hook despite reportFriday, 5 February 2016, 1:04 pmPress Release: New Zealand Labour Party5 Februa
McCully not off hook despite report
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
Friday, 5 February 2016, 1:04 pmPress Release: New Zealand Labour Party5 February 2016 The Whitehead report into the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade's handling of the... Read more
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NZCity
Labour MP apologises for TPP stanceSenior Labour MP David Shearer has apologised for not toeing the party line on
Labour MP apologises for TPP stance
NZCity / Posted 11 days ago
Senior Labour MP David Shearer has apologised for not toeing the party line on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and he won't do it again. He is reported to have said he personally supports the 12-nation free trade agreement, although he will vote on... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Shearer’s apology acceptedSaturday, 30 January 2016, 2:47 pmPress Release: New Zealand Labour PartyOpposi
Shearer’s apology accepted
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 days ago
Saturday, 30 January 2016, 2:47 pmPress Release: New Zealand Labour PartyOpposition Leader Andrew Little has instructed David Shearer to apologise to the caucus after accepting his remorse for... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Labour must make better case of its opposition to TPPNo, foreign affairs (at least he still was last night). Grant Robertson? No,
Labour must make better case of its opposition to TPP
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 days ago
No, foreign affairs (at least he still was last night). Grant Robertson? No, finance. Phil Goff? No, defence. All three having been talking trade this week, but no. Three more guesses. David Parker? No, he was it when David Cunliffe was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Audrey Young: Labour leader gambles in opposing trade dealAnti-TPP policy is strongly favoured by unions and caucus left. Labour says th
Audrey Young: Labour leader gambles in opposing trade deal
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Anti-TPP policy is strongly favoured by unions and caucus left. Labour says the TPP undermines New Zealand's sovereignty. Illustration / Guy Body Three guesses who Labour's trade spokesman is ... David Shearer? No, foreign affairs (at least he... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fran O'Sullivan: TPP is too important for Little's partisan political footballTim Groser built on Phil Goff's record and worked with other nations. Photo / A
Fran O'Sullivan: TPP is too important for Little's partisan political football
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Tim Groser built on Phil Goff's record and worked with other nations. Photo / AP The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is too important to New Zealand's economic future for Andrew Little to turn it into a partisan political football. Little has... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Little instructs Shearer to apologise over comments on TPPLabour leader Andrew Little instructed his foreign affairs spokes, David Sheare
Little instructs Shearer to apologise over comments on TPP
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Labour leader Andrew Little instructed his foreign affairs spokes, David Shearer, to apologise to the caucus over comments to the media this week on the Trans Pacific Partnership. Photo / Mark Mitchel Labour leader Andrew Little instructed his... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Political & Economic week that was: Is Auckland finally getting its act together?What a week. The Greens embraced the Treasury. National embraced public trans
Political & Economic week that was: Is Auckland finally getting its act together?
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 13 days ago
What a week. The Greens embraced the Treasury. National embraced public transport in Auckland. And Labour embraced Jane Kelsey. It is probably not too difficult to see who the winners and who the runners-up are here. National might have been late... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
NZ exporters concerned after Labour's TPP talksNew Zealand exporters say they are concerned that a political consensus on trad
NZ exporters concerned after Labour's TPP talks
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
New Zealand exporters say they are concerned that a political consensus on trade has been lost. Photo / Mark Mitchell New Zealand exporters say they are concerned that a political consensus on trade has been lost after the Labour Party came out... Read more
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NZCity
Little denies caucus unity riftLabour leader Andrew Little is brushing off claims that his caucus has lost its
Little denies caucus unity rift
NZCity / Posted 13 days ago
Labour leader Andrew Little is brushing off claims that his caucus has lost its unity because one of his senior MPs has broken ranks over the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Phil Goff won't go along with the party's position to oppose the 12-nation free... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Visits to activists 'worrying' trendScout Barbour-Evans, a Dunedin transgender activist who goes by the gender-neut
Visits to activists 'worrying' trend
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Scout Barbour-Evans, a Dunedin transgender activist who goes by the gender-neutral pronoun "they", said an officer knocked on their door about 10 yesterday. Photo / Otago Daily Times A national police campaign to door-knock TPP activists is part of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Silver Fern flag gets MPs' backing41 per cent will vote to change our national flag. Prime Minister John Key wan
Silver Fern flag gets MPs' backing
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
41 per cent will vote to change our national flag. Prime Minister John Key wants a new flag, and said he would vote for the Kyle Lockwood-designed Silver Fern (Black, White and Blue). Photo / Mark Mitchell MPs are in favour of a change of national... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
David Shearer to be censured over breaking Labour line on TPPMr Shearer made comments in support of the TPP, just days after Labour's caucus
David Shearer to be censured over breaking Labour line on TPP
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Mr Shearer made comments in support of the TPP, just days after Labour's caucus had decided it would oppose any legislation required for it. Photo / Greg Bowker Labour MP David Shearer is set to be censured for breaking the Labour line on the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Labour MPs’ support of TPP welcomedTrade Minister Todd McClay today welcomed confirmation from Labour MPs Phil Gof
Labour MPs’ support of TPP welcomed
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 14 days ago
Trade Minister Todd McClay today welcomed confirmation from Labour MPs Phil Goff and David Shearer that many in the Labour caucus have not strayed as far from their free trade roots as their leader would have New... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
National seize on Labour rank splitLabour MPs have split ranks in opposing the TPP. Photo / Supplied National has
National seize on Labour rank split
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Labour MPs have split ranks in opposing the TPP. Photo / Supplied National has seized on the split in Labour's ranks over the Trans Pacific Partnership, claiming the party's opposition of TPP showed that Labour was not ready for... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Labour MPs break ranks over TPPTwo senior Labour MPs have broken ranks with the party line and declared their
Labour MPs break ranks over TPP
Otago Daily Times / Posted 14 days ago
Two senior Labour MPs have broken ranks with the party line and declared their support for the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), amid rumours that at least one, Phil Goff, could cross the floor of Parliament to vote with National if Labour opposes... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
MPs break ranks on TPPPhil Goff, could cross the floor of Parliament to vote with National if Labour
MPs break ranks on TPP
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Phil Goff, could cross the floor of Parliament to vote with National if Labour opposes enabling legislation. Photo / Nick Reed Two senior Labour MPs have broken ranks with the party line and declared their support for the Trans Pacific Partnership... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Tizard offers inspiration to a party at the crossroadsThe drums have been beating around the Labour clan this week about the declinin
Tizard offers inspiration to a party at the crossroads
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
The drums have been beating around the Labour clan this week about the declining health of the legendary Bob Tizard. He spans the eras, having first stood for Parliament in 1951, two years after the defeat of the first Labour Government. He was... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Audrey Young: Legendary Tizard links Labour past and futureVeteran MP’s health is failing as party prepares to celebrate centenary. The d
Audrey Young: Legendary Tizard links Labour past and future
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Veteran MP’s health is failing as party prepares to celebrate centenary. The drums have been beating around the Labour clan this week about the declining health of the legendary Bob Tizard. Photo / Rod Emmerson The drums have been beating around... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Coming soon on NBR Radio: Labour’s Little experiment has fundamentally failed – HootonIn an incendiary audio interview to accompany his weekly NBR print column, Matt
Coming soon on NBR Radio: Labour’s Little experiment has fundamentally failed – Hooton
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 20 days ago
In an incendiary audio interview to accompany his weekly NBR print column, Matthew Hooton says it’s well past time for Andrew Little to step down as Labour’s leader – or be rolled by his party, if he refuses to do so. Pointing out that Labour is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nauru-based refugees take aim at Australia's human rights record, continue plea for NZ resettlement A group of Nauru-based refugees seeking to
Nauru-based refugees take aim at Australia's human rights record
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
, continue plea for NZ resettlement A group of Nauru-based refugees seeking to be resettled in New Zealand have taken aim at Australia's human rights record and treatment of Indigenous... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New Zealand unable to accept refugees from Nauru, Manus IslandNew Zealand unable to accept refugees from Nauru after Australia backs away fro
New Zealand unable to accept refugees from Nauru, Manus Island
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 30 days ago
New Zealand unable to accept refugees from Nauru after Australia backs away from deal New Zealand has confirmed it is unable to accept refugees from Nauru and Manus Island this year, citing reluctance from the Australian Government. Key... Read more

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