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Increasing politicisation of the public service needs urgent action - PSA

Government ministers need to be well-informed to make good decisions for New Zealand - and urgent action’s needed to ensure they get the best advice, the PSA says.

Why is Govt supporting investment rules in WTO? - Kelsey

Last week Trade Minister David Parker said "it’s not fair that we subjugate ourselves to the interests of the one per cent" and promised to tame the "excesses of globalised capital".

Ardern should get her own Govt in order first - Brownlee

National Party Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Gerry Brownlee has urged the Prime Minister to concentrate on getting her own government in order, rather than continuing to interfere in the domestic politics of our neighbours.

PM congratulates Nobel Peace Prize winner

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has congratulated the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) on receiving the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in Oslo, Norway.

This is the week average wage workers lose $1060 - Joyce

Labour is set to rush through legislation at the end of this week to remove $1060 from the pay-packets of average Kiwis next year in the vain hope that no one will notice, National Party Finance Spokesman Steven Joyce says.

PhD reveals success and challenges with MDG 3

The first person Gauri Nandedkar interviewed for her PhD research was former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark.

'Undue panic created' around meth contamination of properties

"The NZ Property Investors' Federation (NZPIF) agrees with the Minister of Housing’s comments that there has been undue panic created around meth contamination of properties." says Andrew King, executive officer of the NZPIF

Acting Reserve Bank Governor says interest rates are set to stay low

This week, in a rarely-granted interview, acting Reserve Bank Governor Grant Spencer sat down with our political editor Corin Dann and cast the net forward, looking at a continued period of low interest rates, capital gains tax and even a bitcoin economy.

Officer Cadets graduate at Waiouru

Defence Minister Ron Mark was the Reviewing Officer at Waiouru Military Camp yesterday when 36 Officer Cadets graduated from this year’s New Zealand Commissioning Course and became Army officers.

On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Bill English

On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Bill English

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National Party leader Bill English admits that despite aiming to, his government wasn’t able to stop the increase in prison population.

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