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Whangarei bylaws: The Birds and the bees and the traffic

Whangarei people did not have a lot of advice to give when, in July, Whangarei District Council announced it was revising its Parking and Traffic Bylaw and its Keeping of Animals, Poultry and Bees Bylaw.

GP letter 'more evidence of failure in mental health'

A letter of complaint by medical practitioners to the Ministry of Health and Capital and Coast District Health Board underlines how badly patients are being let down by mental health services in Wellington, says Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern.

Nobody pays for water, Kiwis are being brainwashed - Feds

Making farmers pay for the water they use is unfair, because nobody else pays for the water they use.

Federated Farmers is repeating, nobody in New Zealand pays for water. No household, no farm, no hairdresser … not even Coca Cola.

New ads underline clear choice for voters - Joyce

New Zealanders looking for a strong government that can get on with the job should give their Party Vote to National, Campaign Chairman Steven Joyce says.

Journalism students work with TVNZ to produce election videos

Field work is an essential element in producing videos such as those made by Massey University journalism students with the help of TVNZ's online socially driven news channel called Re:

China's growing control in nz must be investigated - Peters

Communist China’s hold on New Zealand has to be explained, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.

Winston Peters extends sympathies to Jacinda

New Zealand First extends our sympathy to Labour Leader Jacinda Adern on the death of her grandmother.

"A grandparent is a huge influence on anyone’s life, and their passing is made more difficult because of the pressures at this time," says Mr Peters.

Fuel pipeline fiasco 'highlights problems around swamp kauri sector'

Speculation over the cause of the aviation fuel pipeline fiasco shows how loose the rules around swamp kauri excavation are, the Green Party said today.

Update on Marsden Point pipeline disruption

The Government is actively supporting industry efforts to address the disruption arising from the Marsden Point fuel pipeline outage, Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins says.

Tax cuts when kids go hungry 'shows National's lack of moral compass'

National’s campaign of tax cuts that give $400 million to the top 10 per cent of earners, at a time when 120 Kiwi kids every year are being hospitalised for malnutrition, shows they have lost their moral compass, says Labour’s Social Development spokesperson Carmel Sepuloni.

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