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Goff Welcomes Andrew Little As Labour President

Goff Welcomes Andrew Little As Labour President

Labour Leader Phil Goff today warmly welcomed Andrew Little as the new president of the New Zealand Labour Party.

Where Will the Greens Go Now?

Where Will the Greens Go Now?

A sad day for Politics as Jeanette Fitzsimons steps down from her co-leadership of the Green Party.

Greens: Grassroots Community Groups Vital For Crime Summit

Greens: Grassroots Community Groups Vital For Crime Summit

27 February 2009 - Green Party Law and Order Spokesperson Metiria Turei today welcomed news of the Government's upcoming Crime Summit and recommended victims' rights and rehabilitation groups who should take part.

Maori Party Must Demonstrate Its Mana

Maori Party Must Demonstrate Its Mana

27 FEB 2009 - The Maori Party needs to put its mana where its mouth is and talk the Government into revisiting its 1 April tax cuts, says Maori Affairs spokesman Parekura Horomia.

Ruth Dyson Welcomes Cancer Report

Ruth Dyson Welcomes Cancer Report

27 FEB 2009 - A report confirming that up to one third of cancers are preventable has been welcomed as an opportunity to reduce cancer rates, Labour Health Spokesperson Ruth Dyson said.

Bring Down The Power Walls

Bring Down The Power Walls

27 FEB 2009 - Evidence of rising cigarette sales proves the need for action on 'power wall' advertising the Green Party said today.

Report On Auckland Should Be Released Immediately

Report On Auckland Should Be Released Immediately

29 FEB 2009 - The Government should release the report of the Royal Commission on Auckland Governance as soon as it receives it, says Labour's spokesperson on Auckland Issues Phil Twyford.

Justice That Heals

Justice That Heals

27 FEB 2009 - Maori Party Justice advocate, Rahui Katene, has welcomed the wider debate around the causes of crime as an opportunity to initiate real dialogue within communities about justice that heals and restores, rather than perpetrate a system that punishes.

Te Heuheu: Minister Observes Auckland Courts In Action

Te Heuheu: Minister Observes Auckland Courts In Action

26 February 2009 - Courts Minister Georgina te Heuheu observed court workloads first-hand during a day-long visit today to Manukau and Waitakere Courts and the District and High Courts in Auckland.

Mackey: National Failing To Recognise Importance Of Research And Innovation

Mackey: National Failing To Recognise Importance Of Research And Innovation

26 February 2009 - Labour Party Research and Development and Science and Technology spokesperson Moana Mackey today called on the government to recognise the importance of research and development and scientific innovation in creating jobs and boosting the economy.