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Green Party - Advocate For The Arts

Green Party - Advocate For The Arts

The Green Party's artistic vision of the future - where artists and the arts are recognised and supported for the contribution they make to New Zealand - will be unveiled in the Party's arts, cultural and heritage policy launch at Auckland's Imperial Hotel tonight.

Carter: Local Government Policy Targets Infrastructure

Carter: Local Government Policy Targets Infrastructure

National Party Local Government spokesman John Carter says the party's Local Government policy is all about growth and reducing the burden of Wellington-based bureaucracy on ratepayers.

Putting NZ Back On Air: Greens' Broadcasting Policy

Putting NZ Back On Air: Greens' Broadcasting Policy

The Green Party says New Zealand has the most deregulated broadcasting environment in the western world and a Broadcasting Commission is needed to set some ground rules for broadcasters in New Zealand.

Turei: Worst For Last In Nats' Prisons Policy

The National Party has saved the worst for last in their Prisons policy - that they 'will allow competitive tendering for the management of prisons on a case-by-case basis', the Green Party says.

Ardern: National To Upgrade Biosecurity

A National Government will introduce a range of measures to reduce the chances of a repeat of the pest incursions of recent years, says Biosecurity spokesman Shane Ardern.

Fitzsimons: Key Wants FPP Back - And The Greens Gone

Fitzsimons: Key Wants FPP Back - And The Greens Gone

John Key's call for the party with the most votes to form the Government is a disguised call for returning to First Past the Post - where a Government could represent a minority of voters, the Green Party says.

Key: National To Boost Prison Work And Rehabilitation

Key: National To Boost Prison Work And Rehabilitation

A National-led Government will greatly boost the number of prisoners learning industry-based skills and double those receiving intensive drug and alcohol treatment, National Party Leader John Key announced today.

Ryall: Tragedy From Bureaucratic Errors

Ryall: Tragedy From Bureaucratic Errors

National Party Health spokesman Tony Ryall says after nine years Labour still can't get the basics right with the health system.

English: Clark's 'Could've Been' Campaign All About Spending

English: Clark's 'Could've Been' Campaign All About Spending

28 October 2008 - National Party Finance spokesman Bill English says after nine long years in Government, Helen Clark has been reduced to running a 'Could've Been' election campaign.

Maxim Institute To Host Major Political Debate Tonight In Auckland

28 October 2008 - Maxim Institute is hosting the final three of its NZ Votes political debates this week. The series of events throughout the country have been a tremendous success with people turning out to hear from the party candidates themselves.