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Judith Collins beholden to radical ACT cuts - Robertson

A National Government would be forced to implement severe cuts, including slashing the incomes of the elderly through winter, as the price of Government with the ACT Party, Labour Finance Spokesperson Grant Robertson says.

New Conservative announces number 7 list candidate

Bernadette Soares has been announced as New Conservative’s number 7 list candidate.

New Conservative announces number 8 list candidate

Alan Tāne Solomon has been announced as New Conservative’s number 8 list candidate.

Prior to relocating to Rotorua, he served as a physical training instructor in the Royal NZ Air Force and has travelled to more than 40 countries.

'Freedom of speech vital' in vaccine debate with ASA - Outdoors Party

The NZ OUTDOORS Party is celebrating a victory for Freedom of Speech in a decision made public today by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

Quarantine breaches increase risk of further lockdowns - Gerry Brownlee

News of yet another breakout from quarantine is hugely concerning and needs a full explanation from the Government, National’s COVID-19 Border Response spokesperson Gerry Brownlee says.

Making it official: The journey of te reo Maori - Carmel Sepuloni

The journey towards recognising Māori as an official language and taonga has been captured as a web series and launched today during Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, announced Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Carmel Sepuloni.

Improving access to affordable electricity - Woods

Ensuring New Zealanders can get the best deal on their electricity takes a step in the right direction today with the South Island launch of the EnergyMate pilot run by the Electricity Retailers’ Association, says Minister of Energy and Resources, Dr Megan Woods.

Making it official: The journey of te reo Maori - Sepuloni

The journey towards recognising Māori as an official language and taonga has been captured as a web series and launched today during Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, announced Associate Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Carmel Sepuloni.

Better-than-forecast GDP reflects decision to protect New Zealand - Grant Roberson

Today’s better-than-forecast GDP figures show the expected impact of the decision to act quickly to protect New Zealanders from the global COVID-19 pandemic.

GDP fell 12.2% in the June quarter from March, reflecting decisions to close New Zealand’s borders and enter Alert Level 4.

Deceitful anti-smoking policy needs to be exposed - Winston Peters

New Zealand First will support ASH’s surge strategy, making alternatives to smoking affordable and widely available.