Days to the General Election: 36
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Rob Muldoon

22nd Jun 20, 9:44am
Chris Trotter looks at what happens when 'light-handed regulation' turns out to mean 'no regulation at all'
Chris Trotter looks at what happens when 'light-handed regulation' turns out to mean 'no regulation at all'
22nd Jun 20, 9:44am
8th Jun 20, 8:30am
Chris Trotter argues the National Party has been reduced to angry incoherence and wonders what arguments it could offer that could slow Labour’s momentum
Chris Trotter argues the National Party has been reduced to angry incoherence and wonders what arguments it could offer that could slow Labour’s momentum
8th Jun 20, 8:30am
4th Nov 19, 6:21am
Chris Trotter bemoans that although in theory the Internet should be producing the best-informed voters in history, in practice it appears to be producing the opposite
Chris Trotter bemoans that although in theory the Internet should be producing the best-informed voters in history, in practice it appears to be producing the opposite
4th Nov 19, 6:21am
26th Aug 19, 9:53am
Chris Trotter asks whether Jacinda Ardern’s government is a critical mass of talent, or a critical mess of failure
Chris Trotter asks whether Jacinda Ardern’s government is a critical mass of talent, or a critical mess of failure
26th Aug 19, 9:53am
21st Jun 19, 10:12am
by Guest
Tony Burton argues public service chief executives are now more interested in making their mark than providing government ministers with decent advice, which is having disastrous consequences
Tony Burton argues public service chief executives are now more interested in making their mark than providing government ministers with decent advice, which is having disastrous consequences
21st Jun 19, 10:12am
10th Sep 17, 6:02am
Labour is now in a position of choice. The ball is in National’s court to respond, perhaps with a lurch across the centre line, Alex Tarrant writes
Labour is now in a position of choice. The ball is in National’s court to respond, perhaps with a lurch across the centre line, Alex Tarrant writes
10th Sep 17, 6:02am
27th May 17, 11:03am
by Guest
Geoffrey Palmer talks to RNZ about overturning the 'elected dictatorship' of Robert Muldoon, Rogernomics and finding being PM a 'nuisance'
Geoffrey Palmer talks to RNZ about overturning the 'elected dictatorship' of Robert Muldoon, Rogernomics and finding being PM a 'nuisance'
27th May 17, 11:03am
20th May 17, 2:14pm
by Guest
Ex-Labour PM Mike Moore tells RNZ he hopes to live long enough to see another Labour govt, but worries the party's 'not seen to be on the side of those who are strivers'
Ex-Labour PM Mike Moore tells RNZ he hopes to live long enough to see another Labour govt, but worries the party's 'not seen to be on the side of those who are strivers'
20th May 17, 2:14pm
[Updated]
5th Apr 16, 12:20pm
Gareth Vaughan questions whether PM John Key is stuck in a pre-GFC time warp given his position on NZ's overseas trusts
[Updated]
Gareth Vaughan questions whether PM John Key is stuck in a pre-GFC time warp given his position on NZ's overseas trusts
5th Apr 16, 12:20pm
11th Mar 15, 7:00am
Rodney Dickens looks at the RBNZ's housing experiments, its exchange rate game, and assesses what sort of a Governor Graeme Wheeler is
Rodney Dickens looks at the RBNZ's housing experiments, its exchange rate game, and assesses what sort of a Governor Graeme Wheeler is
11th Mar 15, 7:00am
23rd Mar 14, 8:00am
Bernard Hickey looks at how the generations before and after the Rogernomics and Ruthanasia revolutions of 1984-93 have fared in terms of poverty, home ownership and incomes
Bernard Hickey looks at how the generations before and after the Rogernomics and Ruthanasia revolutions of 1984-93 have fared in terms of poverty, home ownership and incomes
23rd Mar 14, 8:00am
26th Sep 11, 3:15pm
Labour leader Goff hints further at compulsory savings policy, points to 1975 Kirk scheme aborted by Muldoon, and Aussie savings scheme
Labour leader Goff hints further at compulsory savings policy, points to 1975 Kirk scheme aborted by Muldoon, and Aussie savings scheme
26th Sep 11, 3:15pm
23rd Sep 11, 10:21am
Alex's politico-economic blogroll: Why Cunliffe won't be the next Finance Minister (and Brash will); Nolan rips Greens' jobs policy to shreds, and what others think; NZ economically free; Cartoons
Alex's politico-economic blogroll: Why Cunliffe won't be the next Finance Minister (and Brash will); Nolan rips Greens' jobs policy to shreds, and what others think; NZ economically free; Cartoons
23rd Sep 11, 10:21am

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Days to the General Election: 36
See Party Policies here. Party Lists here.