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Maori Party: Maori Health In Hauraki-Waikato Deserves Greater Priority Says Greensill

Maori Party: Maori Health In Hauraki-Waikato Deserves Greater Priority Says Greensill

5 November 2008 - Hauraki-Waikato candidate, Angeline Greensill, has today congratulated Waikato District Health Board for being a finalist in three sections in the national Health Innovation Awards; and for receiving a commendation for its 'double balloon enteroscopy' procedure.

Greens: Green Party's Australian/NZ Food Labelling Push

Greens: Green Party's Australian/NZ Food Labelling Push

5 November 2008 - The Australian and New Zealand Green parties announced today they will work together to revamp food labelling laws in New Zealand and Australia over the next three years, by seeking to introduce parallel legislation in both countries, and other initiatives.

Progressive: Independent Parliamentary Investigator

5 November 2008 - The next parliament should look at setting up a parliamentary complaints procedure to stop wasting police and other agencies' time with politicking, Progressive MP Jim Anderton says.

Greens: APN Sale Raises Risk To Diversity Of Opinions

Greens: APN Sale Raises Risk To Diversity Of Opinions

5 November 2008 - Rumours that Fairfax may be interested in snapping up rival media company APN have raised concerns about the independence of New Zealand's news industry should such a deal go ahead, the Green Party says.

Stop The Undignified Lolly Scramble

5 NOVEMBER 2008 - "Healthcare is far too important to be left in government hands," declared Libertarianz Health Spokesman and Masterton GP Richard McGrath today, as he reiterated the principles behind, and details of, his party's health policies.

Key: National To Deliver Ultra-Fast Broadband To Schools

Key: National To Deliver Ultra-Fast Broadband To Schools

A National-led Government will invest at least $150 million over the next three years to ensure schools can make the most of ultra-fast broadband, says National Party Leader John Key.

Persecution Of Parents To Be Investigated By National

Persecution Of Parents To Be Investigated By National

Family First NZ is welcoming comments by senior National MP Judith Collins that if elected, National will check whether the anti-smacking law has resulted in needless prosecutions and persecution of parents.

Greens: No Cell Towers Near Schools/Preschools

Greens: No Cell Towers Near Schools/Preschools

4 November 2008 - The Green Party released its health policy on electro-magnetic radiation today, calling for a requirement that cell towers not be located near schools or childcare centres and for an independent review of the New Zealand standard on Electro Magnetic Frequencies (EMFs).

Key: Key Launches Action Plan

Key: Key Launches Action Plan

4 November 2008 - National Party Leader John Key has today laid out his plans for the first 100 days of being sworn into office, should National be elected by New Zealanders on Saturday to lead the next Government.

Greens: Another Town, Another Highway

Greens: Another Town, Another Highway

4 November 2008 - The Green Party today warned communities along the path of John Key's election schedule to cancel all appointments with the would-be Prime Minister or risk having a multi-lane highway fast-tracked through their town.