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Q+A: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern interviewed by Corin Dann

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has refused to criticise former Foreign Minister Minister Murray McCully’s move to co-sponsor a UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlement activity, but questions the process.

The Opportunities Party announces public policy research unit

Opportunities Party leader Dr Gareth Morgan today announced the formation of a public policy research unit that the party will use to further develop its evidence-based, best practice policy for the 2020 election.

On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Jonathan Sinclair

British High Commissioner Jonathan Sinclair says New Zealand is one of London’s top three priority countries to do a free trade deal with. He says a deal could be done within a few years, but formal negotiations can’t start until Britain formally leaves the EU in the first half of 2019.

Disability Minister's commitment to improve access to work welcomed

The Access Alliance welcomes Disability Minister Carmel Sepuloni’s commitment to increasing access for New Zealanders with a disability.

International visitors spend $10.4bn in year to September - Davis

International visitor spending has reached a record high of $10.4 billion in the year to September 2017, Tourism Minister Kelvin Davis says.

On The Nation this weekend

This weekend on The Nation...

Peace activists occupy Labour party offices across Aotearoa

Activists are occupying Labour MP offices across the country today to urge the government to take immediate action on the Manus Island refugee crisis.

Protests at Labour offices in support of Manus Island refugees

Protests in support of the refugees and asylum seekers on Manus Island are taking place nationwide today. People are sitting in at Labour MP offices across the country to urge the government to take immediate action on the Manus Island refugee crisis.

Property valuation increase and rate rise link 'needs sorting'

Councils need reminding that skyrocketing property values doesn’t change the level of a Council’s services and therefore shouldn’t result in higher rates.

New select committees for a new Parliament

Committees examine and scrutinise bills (proposed new laws). They consider a range of other issues in detail, including government policy and spending, petitions, and inquiries.

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