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English: Goff's Reckless Borrow And Hope Stuck In The Past

English: Goff's Reckless Borrow And Hope Stuck In The Past

Labour might claim it has undergone a facelift since the election, but no amount of cosmetic surgery can hide the fact that its reckless economic policies are stuck in the past, Finance Minister Bill English says.

Q+A's Guyon Espiner Interviews Labour Leader, Phil Goff

Q+A's Guyon Espiner Interviews Labour Leader, Phil Goff

Points of interest:

- The Electoral Finance Act and looking into Key's finances in the election campaign were "mistakes we stopped listening"

- Goff promises no income tax rise under Labour, but "would look at" a capital gains tax

Q+A's Paul Holmes Interviews Progressive Party Leader, Jim Anderton

Q+A's Paul Holmes Interviews Progressive Party Leader, Jim Anderton

Points of interest:

- Progressives will stand electorate candidates in 2011 but not list candidates

- Progressives are "good neighbours" to Labour, but will remain distinct

Maori Party: Are Labour's Maori MP's Misleading Or Misled?

Maori Party: Are Labour's Maori MP's Misleading Or Misled?

Labour's stance on amending the Resource Management Act is contradictory, confused and confusing, says the Maori Party's environment spokesperson Rahui Katene.

Kapiti Mayor Challenges NZTA To Lift Its Game

Kapiti Mayor Challenges NZTA To Lift Its Game

Kapiti Mayor Jenny Rowan has challenged NZTA to lift its game.

She says both the Agency and the Minister have run "an appalling, unintelligent and insensitive process" and things need to change.

MEUG Releases NZIER Report On Ministerial Review Comments On Analysis By Professor Wolak

"The Ministerial Review of Electricity Market Performance and the work by Professor Wolak for the Commerce Commission on assessing market power in the wholesale electricity market have clearly identified the need for changes," said Terrence Currie, Chair of the Major Electricity Users'

Locke: Waterview Decision Shows Funding Priorities Back To Front

Locke: Waterview Decision Shows Funding Priorities Back To Front

While the powerful road transport lobby will welcome today's announcement of a $1.4 billion mixed surface and tunnel option for the Waterview motorway connection, Waterview School pupils, parents and other residents will be much less happy as many homes, parks and archaeological sites are under t

Dr's Brash And Bollard On The Right Track, Says Dr Norman

The Government needs to listen to warnings about another housing bubble from the current and former Reserve Bank Governors, said Green Party Co-Leader Dr Russel Norman today.

Judith Collins - Address To Opening Of Christchurch South Police Station

Hon Judith Collins Minister of Police 11 September 2009 Speech

Address to opening of Christchurch South Police Station

Christchurch South Police Station

Colombo St, Christchurch

2pm

Police Deputy Commissioner Rob Pope

National's Waterview Option Bad News For Mt Albert Community

Today's confirmation of National's commitment to a surface and tunnel option for Auckland's Waterview connection will cause major economic, environmental and community disruption, Labour's MP for Mt Albert David Shearer said.