Election 2020

26th Oct 20, 9:00am
If National is to make it back to power, then it will have to re-learn how to organise and inspire the public’s political imagination, says Chris Trotter
If National is to make it back to power, then it will have to re-learn how to organise and inspire the public’s political imagination, says Chris Trotter
26th Oct 20, 9:00am
22nd Oct 20, 6:21pm
The election result, house price inflation, monetary policy, LVRs, NZ's economic recovery - Jenée Tibshraeny shares her two cents with Sharesies users
The election result, house price inflation, monetary policy, LVRs, NZ's economic recovery - Jenée Tibshraeny shares her two cents with Sharesies users
22nd Oct 20, 6:21pm
22nd Oct 20, 10:25am
Guy Trafford assesses the pushing and shoving going on about who will set agriculture policies in a group that has little affinity with rural issues and is light on rural talent
Guy Trafford assesses the pushing and shoving going on about who will set agriculture policies in a group that has little affinity with rural issues and is light on rural talent
22nd Oct 20, 10:25am
22nd Oct 20, 9:14am
Peter Dunne says the National Party has to confront some unpleasant realities
Peter Dunne says the National Party has to confront some unpleasant realities
22nd Oct 20, 9:14am
19th Oct 20, 3:12pm
Henry Thomson explains that the American presidential election isn't about winning the popular vote, but controlling how the Electoral College 'votes' are assigned
Henry Thomson explains that the American presidential election isn't about winning the popular vote, but controlling how the Electoral College 'votes' are assigned
19th Oct 20, 3:12pm
19th Oct 20, 2:26pm
by Guest
Hayden Wilson and Linda Clark of Dentons Kensington Swan assess what the weekend's election result means from a range of perspectives, and for the key protagonists
Hayden Wilson and Linda Clark of Dentons Kensington Swan assess what the weekend's election result means from a range of perspectives, and for the key protagonists
19th Oct 20, 2:26pm
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18th Oct 20, 3:07pm
Jacinda Ardern: Labour has a mandate to form a government within the next 3 weeks; Talks with the Greens won't happen until next week
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Jacinda Ardern: Labour has a mandate to form a government within the next 3 weeks; Talks with the Greens won't happen until next week
18th Oct 20, 3:07pm
18th Oct 20, 1:46pm
Judith Collins hopes to contest the 2023 election as National leader, saying the party needs 'stability'; She pledges to have a 'thorough' party review conducted
Judith Collins hopes to contest the 2023 election as National leader, saying the party needs 'stability'; She pledges to have a 'thorough' party review conducted
18th Oct 20, 1:46pm
18th Oct 20, 10:14am
Chris Trotter hears Jacinda Ardern calling the result a 'mandate to accelerate' but he wonders where to and what that means given her essentially conservative instincts that won over so many National voters
Chris Trotter hears Jacinda Ardern calling the result a 'mandate to accelerate' but he wonders where to and what that means given her essentially conservative instincts that won over so many National voters
18th Oct 20, 10:14am
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17th Oct 20, 7:02pm
Election 2020: Updates on the results, commentary, thrills and spills of the evening
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Election 2020: Updates on the results, commentary, thrills and spills of the evening
17th Oct 20, 7:02pm
16th Oct 20, 4:11pm
David Seymour suggests government should consider requiring the RBNZ's Monetary Policy Committee to target asset price inflation
David Seymour suggests government should consider requiring the RBNZ's Monetary Policy Committee to target asset price inflation
16th Oct 20, 4:11pm
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16th Oct 20, 12:36pm
A housing stock-take after three years of a Labour-led Government - what was and wasn't delivered
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A housing stock-take after three years of a Labour-led Government - what was and wasn't delivered
16th Oct 20, 12:36pm
16th Oct 20, 9:16am
Economist Brian Easton says MMP may deliver a parliament which reflects us, but frequently the government does not
Economist Brian Easton says MMP may deliver a parliament which reflects us, but frequently the government does not
16th Oct 20, 9:16am
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15th Oct 20, 6:38pm
1 News-Colmar Brunton Poll: Labour would need Greens' support to govern; Support for Greens' climbs to 8%
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1 News-Colmar Brunton Poll: Labour would need Greens' support to govern; Support for Greens' climbs to 8%
15th Oct 20, 6:38pm
15th Oct 20, 5:29pm
A day on the campaign trail: Jacinda Ardern sees silver lining of regional house price growth; Judith Collins rubbishes underwriting property development
A day on the campaign trail: Jacinda Ardern sees silver lining of regional house price growth; Judith Collins rubbishes underwriting property development
15th Oct 20, 5:29pm
15th Oct 20, 9:03am
Allan Barber reports that for the rural sector, 'good intentions' by most parties are backed up either thin, superficial, or counterproductive policy ideas, few of which will appeal to farmers, or achieve those 'good intentions'
Allan Barber reports that for the rural sector, 'good intentions' by most parties are backed up either thin, superficial, or counterproductive policy ideas, few of which will appeal to farmers, or achieve those 'good intentions'
15th Oct 20, 9:03am
14th Oct 20, 12:48pm
Geoff Simmons says regardless of who forms the government after this weekend, there is no plan to make housing affordable
Geoff Simmons says regardless of who forms the government after this weekend, there is no plan to make housing affordable
14th Oct 20, 12:48pm
13th Oct 20, 12:01pm
David Hargreaves tries but fails to look on the bright side of an election campaign that has been as uninspiring as it has been drawn out and brings out a short wish list for the future
David Hargreaves tries but fails to look on the bright side of an election campaign that has been as uninspiring as it has been drawn out and brings out a short wish list for the future
13th Oct 20, 12:01pm
13th Oct 20, 9:59am
Keeping 'em honest: A look at the glaring inconsistencies on politicking around the wage subsidy, JobStart and house price growth
Keeping 'em honest: A look at the glaring inconsistencies on politicking around the wage subsidy, JobStart and house price growth
13th Oct 20, 9:59am
12th Oct 20, 2:20pm
Advanced voting surges - 1.15 million people have cast their votes already, with 453k doing so over the weekend
Advanced voting surges - 1.15 million people have cast their votes already, with 453k doing so over the weekend
12th Oct 20, 2:20pm
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12th Oct 20, 9:45am
Brian Fallow takes a look at the energy policies of the Labour, National, Green and ACT parties against the backdrop of uncertainty over the future of the aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point and the oil refinery at Marsden Point
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Brian Fallow takes a look at the energy policies of the Labour, National, Green and ACT parties against the backdrop of uncertainty over the future of the aluminium smelter at Tiwai Point and the oil refinery at Marsden Point
12th Oct 20, 9:45am
12th Oct 20, 9:11am
Chris Trotter looks at Labour's history with the Greens, and suggests in Auckland Central Jacinda Ardern should free her party’s supporters to shift their electorate vote to the Greens’ Chloe Swarbrick
Chris Trotter looks at Labour's history with the Greens, and suggests in Auckland Central Jacinda Ardern should free her party’s supporters to shift their electorate vote to the Greens’ Chloe Swarbrick
12th Oct 20, 9:11am
11th Oct 20, 6:02am
by Guest
More than 40 years after he arrived in parliament, Winston Peters is facing, barring a miracle, the end of the line. Danyl Mclauchlan traces the life & times of one of the most compelling and enduring characters in NZ political history
More than 40 years after he arrived in parliament, Winston Peters is facing, barring a miracle, the end of the line. Danyl Mclauchlan traces the life & times of one of the most compelling and enduring characters in NZ political history
11th Oct 20, 6:02am
10th Oct 20, 9:59am
Labour can claim line honours in the race to build more homes but National also ran a good race in its last two terms in government, with the much maligned Resource Management Act in place
Labour can claim line honours in the race to build more homes but National also ran a good race in its last two terms in government, with the much maligned Resource Management Act in place
10th Oct 20, 9:59am
9th Oct 20, 3:01pm
Paul Goldsmith on why using borrowed money to invest in the Super Fund is a bad idea, even if halting contributions would reduce the size of the fund by $20 billion over 10 years
Paul Goldsmith on why using borrowed money to invest in the Super Fund is a bad idea, even if halting contributions would reduce the size of the fund by $20 billion over 10 years
9th Oct 20, 3:01pm

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