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Campbell was responding to the Mana Party Leader's comment that it was interested in an Alliance similar to the Alliance Party of the 1990's. The Alliance Party is still around and is available to work with any electorate MP, or anyone else who can
founder Kim Dotcom wants to get his own back at Prime Minister John Key Kim Dotcom's Internet Party will launch a series of mobile membership apps this week. Politics, we've been told, is about engaging with the working man.
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 23° Min 13° Parata must go, Labour says Peter Wilson, Political Writer, NZ Newswire March 20, 2014, 4:02 am Labour is accusing Education Minister Hekia Parata of trying to cover up a credit card scandal at a
Ngapuhi matriarch, Titewhai Harawira, says time to settle Treaty claims is now March 3 (BusinessDesk) The 80 year-old Ngapuhi iwi matriarch, Titewhai Harawira, says now is the time for the country's largest Maori tribe to settle its claim with the
Auckland [ change ] Cloudy Max 26° Min 19° Harawira nephew loses bashing appeal NZ Newswire February 20, 2014, 6:49 pm A nephew of Mana Party MP Hone Harawira has lost an appeal against the jail sentence he got for a drunken home invasion. Mau Toa
Politicians may rate lower than used car salesmen in most polls, but it seems they are not all created equal. A Fairfax Media-Ipsos poll reveals that Prime Minister John Key is by far our most liked and trusted politician, with 59.3 per cent of
They've refused to commit to protecting New Zealander's from Big Tobacco, and have instead chosen to accept tobacco's right to stop us making decisions that may save the lives of our people." "If this government is serious about the health of its own
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 23° Min 18° Hone Harawira tells Govt it's dreaming Laura McQuillan, Newstalk ZB February 7, 2014, 5:03 am Hone Harawira says the GovernmentA¢AAs dreaming, if it thinks it can hurry up a treaty settlement with Ngapuhi.
Photo / APN For the Prime Minister, taking pot shots at Hone Harawira must appeal as an easy and risk-free exercise. That comes from the many instances over the years on which the Mana Party leader could justifiably be criticised. Hence John Key did
We'll come to The Paul Henry Show in a wee bit (I took one for the team by tuning in) but let's deal with Seven Sharp first. Greg Boyed, one of the initial hosts, quit in September and Alison Mau followed suit at the end of the last season. In their