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Positive performance by Wellington CEO

Wellington City Council’s Performance Review Committee has completed its annual review of the performance of Council Chief Executive Kevin Lavery.

Hamilton City Council adopted 2013/14 Annual Report

Today Hamilton City Council adopted the 2013/14 Annual Report.

Council has delivered a positive result and has successfully met the set financial targets for 2013/14.

Let parliament decide Iraq decision - Peters

New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters is calling for a vote in Parliament on whether New Zealand should have military involvement in the fight against ISIS in Iraq.

New report links 2013 drought and climate change - Greens

A new report on global extreme weather events confirms climate change was a factor in last year’s crippling North Island drought.

Chch District Plan still a deep concern - Property Council

Property Council South Island Branch is still deeply concerned about the Christchurch City Council District Plan.

The Branch held a workshop earlier this month to discuss the Plan and its issues. The feedback was overwhelmingly negative.

National 'hiding numbers on effect of welfare penalty'

National 'hiding numbers on effect of welfare penalty'

The Government needs to start reporting the effects of welfare reforms on children, said the Green Party today.

Support for democratic rights in Hong Kong

Rallies supporting the rights for universal suffrage will take place all over New Zealand today and tomorrow

Independent Maori seats 'still needed in Parliament'

"He’s got to be joking!" is the reaction of the president of the Maori Party, Rangimarie Naida Glavish to a call by a former Labour Minister of Maori Affairs, Dover Samuels, for debate by Maori on whether the Maori electorates are needed in a Parliament in which the total number of MPs who iden

Prime Minister, President Obama is calling

By Professor Caroline Ziemke, Director of the Centre for Defence and Security Studies at Massey University

Group calls citizens to action

A group of New Zealanders have launched a campaign to maximise the impact of objections to anti-democratic privileges built into Auckland Council’s Unitary Plan ("PAUP").

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