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Govt challenged to make all NZ homes safe

Leading home builder Jennian Homes has challenged the Government to reduce the number of serious home-related injuries by extending the rental home warrant-of-fitness scheme, proposed by several political parties, to cover all homes in New Zealand.

McVicar welcomes ASA decision

Napier Conservative Party Candidate Garth McVicar welcomes the Advertising Standards Authority’s decision to not uphold the pamphlet complaint of Robert Johnson, Campaign Manager for Napier Labour candidate Stuart Nash.

In 12 months' time, here is what will matter - Jamie Whyte

By Dr Jamie Whyte, ACT Party Leader

In three days’ time I will be elected along with a number of ACT MPs. I think the media will be surprised and ask how it happened?

Let me tell you.

Aussie Liberals 'embroiled in Key campaign'

John Key needs to explain why Australia’s Liberal Party is interfering in New Zealand domestic politics and is encouraging Kiwi voters across the ditch to vote for National just days out from the election, Labour’s campaign spokesperson Annette King says.

Formulary users hits 1 million mark

Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne has congratulated the team at the New Zealand Formulary as the number of users of this excellent resource has surpassed the 1 million mark.

TPPA a sellout to American corporate greed - Internet MANA

New Zealand will become a permanent prisoner to the United States’ greed and global arrogance if the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) isn’t stopped, warns Internet MANA.

Strong economy? Yeah, right - Horan

Today’s figures from Statistics NZ proves that National is appallingly inept at managing the economy - it is anything but strong.

Key 'knew tourism business being sold out by foreign owners'

John Key was aware that a highly successful tourism business would be shut down because new foreign buyers were cutting its access rights to farmland, Labour MP Clayton Cosgrove says.

Students to share their views on older people

Senior Citizens Minister Jo Goodhew has announced an essay competition for primary school students aimed at understanding youth attitudes towards older people.

PM sells out on tourism - Peters

Minister of Tourism Prime Minister John Key is a phoney, talking up New Zealand tourism but on the other hand allowing a foreign investor to shut down a Kiwi tourism business, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.

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