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Government review could recommend easing emission reduction targets for farmers and freezing current methane levels in the atmosphere
8th Apr 24, 6:05pm
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Government review could recommend easing emission reduction targets for farmers and freezing current methane levels in the atmosphere
Zoning, housing regulations, and Kāinga Ora are all in the spotlight in the Coalition Government's three month plan
3rd Apr 24, 6:37pm
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Zoning, housing regulations, and Kāinga Ora are all in the spotlight in the Coalition Government's three month plan
With the left looking shaky, Christopher Luxon can probably count on a second term in the Beehive, Dan Brunskill suggests
16th Mar 24, 9:21am
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With the left looking shaky, Christopher Luxon can probably count on a second term in the Beehive, Dan Brunskill suggests
The Coalition Government has missed its own honeymoon but has held onto its Election Day support
22nd Feb 24, 2:45pm
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The Coalition Government has missed its own honeymoon but has held onto its Election Day support
In three years’ time, writes Chris Trotter, Chloe Swarbrick will either be a broken political doll – or New Zealand’s first Green prime minister
5th Feb 24, 7:39am
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In three years’ time, writes Chris Trotter, Chloe Swarbrick will either be a broken political doll – or New Zealand’s first Green prime minister
Co-leader contender Chlöe Swarbrick says she can build consensus and the Green Party base as well
2nd Feb 24, 1:52pm
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Co-leader contender Chlöe Swarbrick says she can build consensus and the Green Party base as well
Chlöe Swarbrick standing for Green Party co-leadership, as James Shaws replacement
2nd Feb 24, 11:00am
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Chlöe Swarbrick standing for Green Party co-leadership, as James Shaws replacement
[updated]
James Shaw resigning from Green Party leadership but remaining in Parliament, for now
30th Jan 24, 11:07am
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James Shaw resigning from Green Party leadership but remaining in Parliament, for now
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon told his National caucus to avoid ‘ideological debates’ and support one another's mental health at a caucus retreat this week
20th Jan 24, 9:20am
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon told his National caucus to avoid ‘ideological debates’ and support one another's mental health at a caucus retreat this week
Could Barbara Edmonds be Labour’s future finance spokesperson?
30th Nov 23, 1:24pm
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Could Barbara Edmonds be Labour’s future finance spokesperson?
Final vote count reveals National and Act won’t be able to govern without New Zealand First
3rd Nov 23, 2:00pm
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Final vote count reveals National and Act won’t be able to govern without New Zealand First
Annie Te One looks at who the ‘kōhanga reo generation’ are and how they could change both Māori and mainstream politics
25th Oct 23, 2:12pm
by Guest
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Annie Te One looks at who the ‘kōhanga reo generation’ are and how they could change both Māori and mainstream politics
A larger Green Party caucus says it's open to working with National on climate, light rail, and preventing family violence
18th Oct 23, 5:31pm
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A larger Green Party caucus says it's open to working with National on climate, light rail, and preventing family violence
Neither a wealth tax nor Winston Peters would have saved Labour's campaign, Dan Brunskill argues
16th Oct 23, 2:28pm
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Neither a wealth tax nor Winston Peters would have saved Labour's campaign, Dan Brunskill argues
Christopher Luxon's National Party has swept the electorates and will lead the next Government
15th Oct 23, 4:16am
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Christopher Luxon's National Party has swept the electorates and will lead the next Government
[updated]
Election 2023: Live results, commentary, and updates from campaign events around the country
14th Oct 23, 7:00pm
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Election 2023: Live results, commentary, and updates from campaign events around the country
There will be no shortage of dramatic subplots to follow as the election results roll in on Saturday night
13th Oct 23, 3:26pm
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There will be no shortage of dramatic subplots to follow as the election results roll in on Saturday night
A National-led government could push property prices higher and food prices lower, but clash with New Zealand’s climate goals and potentially exacerbate inequality
12th Oct 23, 4:11pm
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A National-led government could push property prices higher and food prices lower, but clash with New Zealand’s climate goals and potentially exacerbate inequality
[updated]
Latest polls suggest tight election outcome likely with Winston Peters' NZ First in the drivers' seat
11th Oct 23, 11:58am
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Latest polls suggest tight election outcome likely with Winston Peters' NZ First in the drivers' seat
Julie-Anne Genter talks tax, rent controls, and whether Wayne Brown could be a Green Party candidate on the Of Interest podcast
9th Oct 23, 2:36pm
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Julie-Anne Genter talks tax, rent controls, and whether Wayne Brown could be a Green Party candidate on the Of Interest podcast
Hipkins gets sick, Peters gets bad tempered and the Greens pretend to be accountants in the fifth week of the election campaign. Eric Frykberg summarises what he saw
6th Oct 23, 11:06am
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Hipkins gets sick, Peters gets bad tempered and the Greens pretend to be accountants in the fifth week of the election campaign. Eric Frykberg summarises what he saw
Greens policies will raise revenue higher than expenses according to a review by Infometrics
1st Oct 23, 3:45pm
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Greens policies will raise revenue higher than expenses according to a review by Infometrics
ACT launch implodes, Winston Peters shows responsibility, and the Greens and Labour squabble over solar power
22nd Sep 23, 10:44am
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ACT launch implodes, Winston Peters shows responsibility, and the Greens and Labour squabble over solar power
Week 2 of the election campaign draws to a close with actual policy announcements and political theatre balancing out
15th Sep 23, 10:32am
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Week 2 of the election campaign draws to a close with actual policy announcements and political theatre balancing out
Ambition, retrospective thinking, who is best on EVs and a banana fill the first week of election campaigning, Eric Frykberg writes
8th Sep 23, 12:17pm
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Ambition, retrospective thinking, who is best on EVs and a banana fill the first week of election campaigning, Eric Frykberg writes