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New Government must take action on environment - Greenpeace

The environment was at the centre of this election campaign and, whatever the exact makeup, the new government needs to take action. And Greenpeace says it will be there to make sure they do.

Election outcome huge win for Pike families - Stand With Pike

Manned re-entry of the Pike River drift is now inevitable with the election result showing government is not possible without parties who have committed to manned re-entry of Pike River.

On The Nation this weekend

This weekend on The Nation...

You've voted, now we'll digest the numbers, talk to the main players, and ask where to now for coalition talks to form a government.

NZME to deliver unprecedented digital election coverage - Currie

NZME continues to raise the standard of news and current affairs in New Zealand with its planned 2017 Election Night Live coverage. Embarking on what’s been described as "the most ambitious and large-scale digital-only live election broadcast" in New Zealand history.

TOP thank the media for election campaign coverage

The Opportunities Party would like to thank all media for their largely accurate and unbiased coverage of the party in the 2017 election campaign.

We know you’ve all been working bloody hard and doing what is a valuable job in a functional democracy.

Minister's decision 'erodes Maori fisheries settlement'

Primary Industries Minister Hon Nathan Guy’s decision to decrease the Total Allowable Commercial Catch in pāua will eventually erode hard won Māori Fishing Settlement rights says Te Ohu Kaimoana Chief Executive Dion Tuuta.

A billion bottles, 7,000 sent to the Minister

A billion plastic bottles are manufactured worldwide every day, and today we launched a new website, https://billionbottles.org.nz/, to highlight this astounding fact!

NZ First 'admits ACT foiled its Kiwisaver theft plans'

NZ First candidate Richard Prosser has admitted today that he and Winston Peters planned to privatise the assets of New Zealander’s Kiwisaver schemes, until their scheme was called out by ACT leader David Seymour.

Election 2017 and Maori still experiencing 'second-class citizenship'

Whatever the results of the election this weekend, all New Zealanders should be concerned at the withholding of democracy for Maori electors and what the longer-term implications of this might be for Aotearoa New Zealand, argues a Maori politics and policy lecturer from Massey University.

Update on Marsden Point pipeline disruption

Fuel allocations to airlines at Auckland Airport have been increased and flight schedules are returning to normal, as the fuel pipeline repair is on track to be completed well before school holidays begin, says Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins.

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