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2015/02/27 18:54
2015/02/27 18:54
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The National Party is about to announce its candidate for the Northland by-election, a day after NZ First leader Winston Peters confirmed he'll be standing for the seat. So far it's a four-way...
2015/02/27 18:54
2015/02/27 18:54
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2015/02/27 01:28
2015/02/27 01:28
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Video is available here.It’s a pleasure and honour to speak with you as Act Leader in our Party’s 20th year of parliamentary representation.I’d like to pay tribute to those ACT people who have gone...
2015/02/26 20:28
2015/02/26 20:28
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Maori Party Focus On 2017Friday, 27 February 2015, 9:11 amPress Release: The Maori Party Maori Party Focus On 2017President Naida Glavish has announced that the Māori Party will not be fielding a...
2015/02/26 02:16
2015/02/26 02:16
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So now we know what New Zealand's commitment to the war on Isis will be. This week we learned the New Zealand Defence Force would send up to 143 troops to Iraq to train Iraqi forces against the...
2015/02/25 17:23
2015/02/25 17:23
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National's political gains in Dunedin have come at a cost. The National Party's Dunedin candidates - Michael Woodhouse and Hamish Walker - spent twice as much as their Labour rivals during the 2014...
2015/02/25 04:08
2015/02/25 04:08
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The decision to send 143 troops to Iraq to help fight the murderous Islamist fundamentalists of Isis is one of the most difficult John Key has had to make in his seven years as the country’s...
2015/02/24 20:16
2015/02/24 20:16
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The Government's decision to send 140 troops to Iraq was met with a wave of criticism from other party leaders in Parliament, led by Labour's Andrew Little who said New Zealand could not hope to quell...
2015/02/24 18:54
2015/02/24 18:54
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Parliament has passed a bill that means there will be fewer parole hearings. It allows the Parole Board to postpone hearings for offenders who have little prospect of release. Instead of having to...
2015/02/23 17:54
2015/02/23 17:54
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Prime Minister John Key is expected to give the green light to sending New Zealand troops to Iraq to train local forces as part of the ongoing fight against Islamic State extremists. Months after it...
2015/02/23 03:17
2015/02/23 03:17
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The Maori Party has lashed out at "appalling" and "racist" reaction to the closing of Auckland's Okahu Bay last Saturday for a Ngati Whatua family event. The iwi advertised that the beach on...
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2015/02/22 20:28
2015/02/22 20:28
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Support for Computers in Homes programme welcomedMonday, 23 February 2015, 8:57 amPress Release: The Maori Party Support for Computers in Homes programme welcomedThe Māori Party is pleased to see the...
2015/02/22 08:23
2015/02/22 08:23
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The One News Colmar Brunton poll has Labour at 31 per cent -- 6 percentage points up on the last poll in September last year. The result will delight the party, which got just 25 per cent in the...
2015/02/22 06:17
2015/02/22 06:17
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Labour has surged six points to be back over 30% for the first time in a year. It now sits at 31%. National has also risen however - climbing four points to 49% - with the minor parties taking the...
2015/02/20 18:54
2015/02/20 18:54
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Labour has gained support while National has slipped in the latest political poll. National has fallen three points to 49 per cent in the latest Roy Morgan poll and Labour has risen four points to 30...
2015/02/17 20:28
2015/02/17 20:28
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Māori Party pays tribute to Celia LashlieWednesday, 18 February 2015, 8:41 amPress Release: The Maori Party Māori Party pays tribute to Celia LashlieThe Māori Party mourns the loss of yet another...
2015/02/16 22:17
2015/02/16 22:17
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An anti-smoking lobby group says there's a strong case for cars to be smokefree in New Zealand if children are passengers. From October 1, motorists in England will be fined $100 if they are caught...
2015/02/13 04:09
2015/02/13 04:09
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A MASS haka farewelled Dr Apirana Mahuika after an emotionally-charged funeral service at Tikitiki’s Rahui Marae yesterday attended by an estimated 2000 people. Pupils from Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o...
2015/02/12 21:17
2015/02/12 21:17
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Tama Huata was the "heart" of his whanau and made massive contributions to the promotion of Maori culture on the world stage. A man synonymous with the promotion of Maori performing arts will be laid...
2015/02/11 05:55
2015/02/11 05:55
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The possibility of Maori having self-rule is an issue that should be explored, Labour leader Andrew Little says. As about 400 people attended a dawn service on Friday for the 175th anniversary of the...
2015/02/10 23:18
2015/02/10 23:18
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Councillor Greg Martin, pictured, calling for Government subsidies to fix dust and other safety problems on Pipiwai/Titoki roads. Photo / Michael Cunningham Rural residents who have spent years...
2015/02/27 18:54
2015/02/27 18:54
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