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Christopher Luxon

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says New Zealand needs to demonstrate how it can contribute to security and prosperity in its own backyard or it will fall off the world map
23rd Apr 24, 2:39pm
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says New Zealand needs to demonstrate how it can contribute to security and prosperity in its own backyard or it will fall off the world map
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has been asked not to make ’unhelpful’ references to New Zealand in his overseas speeches
19th Apr 24, 6:46am
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has been asked not to make ’unhelpful’ references to New Zealand in his overseas speeches
New Zealand aims to triple trade with Thailand over two decades as South East Asia’s middle class grows
18th Apr 24, 6:53am
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New Zealand aims to triple trade with Thailand over two decades as South East Asia’s middle class grows
Small countries should take a stand against 'law of the jungle' and promote free trade, Christopher Luxon and Lee Hsien Loong say
16th Apr 24, 6:59am
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Small countries should take a stand against 'law of the jungle' and promote free trade, Christopher Luxon and Lee Hsien Loong say
Exports, investment, infrastructure and security likely to on the agenda for Christopher Luxon on trip to Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines
14th Apr 24, 7:20pm
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Exports, investment, infrastructure and security likely to on the agenda for Christopher Luxon on trip to Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines
New Zealand faces a potential immigration tradeoff if a free trade agreement with India is to be achieved
9th Apr 24, 12:05pm
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New Zealand faces a potential immigration tradeoff if a free trade agreement with India is to be achieved
Government aiming to reduce Jobseeker numbers by 50,000 over the next six years
9th Apr 24, 7:14am
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Government aiming to reduce Jobseeker numbers by 50,000 over the next six years
Gareth Vaughan takes a look at how the Commerce Commission's suggestion of strengthening Kiwibank to enable it to better compete with its Aussie owned rivals could be accomplished
8th Apr 24, 4:38pm
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Gareth Vaughan takes a look at how the Commerce Commission's suggestion of strengthening Kiwibank to enable it to better compete with its Aussie owned rivals could be accomplished
The Government will automatically recognise overseas building products standards to allow a wider range of residential building materials to be used in New Zealand
4th Apr 24, 9:58am
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The Government will automatically recognise overseas building products standards to allow a wider range of residential building materials to be used in New Zealand
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
Chris Trotter asks: If Jacinda Ardern’s government struggled to contain 3,000 angry Kiwis in 2022, how will Christopher Luxon’s cope with 300,000 in 2025?
25th Mar 24, 7:56am
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Chris Trotter asks: If Jacinda Ardern’s government struggled to contain 3,000 angry Kiwis in 2022, how will Christopher Luxon’s cope with 300,000 in 2025?
NZ is in recession – so far there are few signs the government has a plan to stimulate and grow the economy
22nd Mar 24, 1:27pm
by Guest
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NZ is in recession – so far there are few signs the government has a plan to stimulate and grow the economy
Grant Robertson defends his record and calls for tax reform in final speech to Parliament
21st Mar 24, 6:41am
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Grant Robertson defends his record and calls for tax reform in final speech to Parliament
International Monetary Fund says it will continue advocating for a capital gains tax in New Zealand even as the Prime Minister and Finance Minister dismiss its recommendations
20th Mar 24, 4:24pm
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International Monetary Fund says it will continue advocating for a capital gains tax in New Zealand even as the Prime Minister and Finance Minister dismiss its recommendations
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon won't rule out replacing the foreign buyers tax with a new revenue stream
18th Mar 24, 6:17pm
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon won't rule out replacing the foreign buyers tax with a new revenue stream
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
Climate Change Commission advises the Coalition Government to half the number of ETS units on offer in each of the next six years, cutting Crown revenue for tax cuts
12th Mar 24, 3:41pm
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Climate Change Commission advises the Coalition Government to half the number of ETS units on offer in each of the next six years, cutting Crown revenue for tax cuts
To find the precedents for what this Coalition Government is proposing, it's necessary to return to the 'glory days' of Muldoonism, writes Chris Trotter
11th Mar 24, 9:20am
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To find the precedents for what this Coalition Government is proposing, it's necessary to return to the 'glory days' of Muldoonism, writes Chris Trotter
The Coalition Government has delivered on its 100 day promises but faces much bigger challenges ahead
9th Mar 24, 9:10am
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The Coalition Government has delivered on its 100 day promises but faces much bigger challenges ahead
As the coalition government's first 100 days runs its course, Richard Shaw points out the rubber is only just starting to hit the road
6th Mar 24, 11:33am
by Guest
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As the coalition government's first 100 days runs its course, Richard Shaw points out the rubber is only just starting to hit the road
National will add $50 to vehicle registration costs and hike fuel taxes by 12 cents in 2027 to cover costs of transport infrastructure
4th Mar 24, 6:30pm
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National will add $50 to vehicle registration costs and hike fuel taxes by 12 cents in 2027 to cover costs of transport infrastructure
Patience required as China's economy, like much of the world, deals with a Covid-19 hangover, says David Mahon in our Of Interest podcast
3rd Mar 24, 6:00am
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Patience required as China's economy, like much of the world, deals with a Covid-19 hangover, says David Mahon in our Of Interest podcast
Now a focus of national debate, the Pandora's box of ACT’s Treaty Principles Bill exposes deep society division, the dangers of both judicial activism, and populist referenda. Ross Stitt thinks we should heed the ugly lessons of Australia's failed Voice
2nd Mar 24, 9:31am
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Now a focus of national debate, the Pandora's box of ACT’s Treaty Principles Bill exposes deep society division, the dangers of both judicial activism, and populist referenda. Ross Stitt thinks we should heed the ugly lessons of Australia's failed Voice
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon wants to live in Premier House ASAP but will shoulder his own living costs until it is ready
1st Mar 24, 6:17pm
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon wants to live in Premier House ASAP but will shoulder his own living costs until it is ready
The Nats do best when they take the 'national' part of their name seriously, writes Chris Trotter
26th Feb 24, 7:24am
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The Nats do best when they take the 'national' part of their name seriously, writes Chris Trotter