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Labour Adopts National's Benefits Policy

16 OCT 2008 - National's Welfare spokeswoman Judith Collins says the benefits announcement by Helen Clark today is too little, too late.

Nats Must Reveal Real Intentions For Ets

16 OCT 2008 - It's time for National to clearly tell voters what they would do with the Emissions Trading Scheme, Labour's climate change spokesperson David Parker said today.

Winston's Migrant Bashing Won't Work: Greens

16 OCT 2008 - Winston Peters' scaremongering about immigration won't work this time around, Green Party Immigration Spokesperson Keith Locke says.

Greens Worried Campaign Is Taking Its Toll On Pm

16 OCT 2008 - The Green Party is concerned that the stress of the election campaign may be causing the Prime Minister's memory to fail her.

Hutt Valley DHB: Labour's Bureaucrat Spend-Up

Hutt Valley DHB: Labour's Bureaucrat Spend-Up

16 OCT 2008 - Figures released by National today show that under Labour the bureaucracy at Hutt Valley District Health Board has ballooned, with the DHB employing more managers and administrators than doctors since it began.

Ryall: Bay Of Plenty DHB: Labour's Bureaucrat Spend-Up

Ryall: Bay Of Plenty DHB: Labour's Bureaucrat Spend-Up

16 October 2008 - Figures released by National today show that under Labour the bureaucracy at Bay of Plenty District Health Board has ballooned, with the DHB employing more managers and administrators than doctors since it began.

Tax Cuts Hide Flawed Policy

16 October 2008 - In the wake of Labour's first tax cuts and the announcement of National's tax package, a lack of focus on wealth creation in the economy has been clearly demonstrated.

Progressive Party: Early Intervention To Reduce Crime

16 October 2008 - Intervening early to reduce re-offending and turn young people away from a life of crime will reduce criminal behaviour, the Progressive party says.

Anderton: Forestry A Profitable Sector, Despite Closures

16 October 2008 - Forestry and wood processing is still a profitable business for many companies, even though some were rationalising, Forestry Minister Jim Anderton said today.

English: Question For Clark: Where Is It Coming From?

16 October 2008 - "It's another day, there's another big spending promise from Helen Clark, but there's still no clues as to where all the money is coming from."

National Party Finance spokesman Bill English says Helen Clark is writing cheques that she simply cannot cash.