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Photo / Michael Craig Maori broadcasters have weaved a tangled web of politics with upheavals at both Television New Zealand and Maori TV. Labour Party activists and editorial bias during the era when Shane Taurima era was general manager of the
Sensible Sentencing Trust spokesman, Garth McVicar, said Labour had traditionally taken a soft stance on law and order issues and that was now coming back to haunt them. Labour campaigned to get rid of Three-Strikes at the last election and have
Long before the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign inched slowly from the fringes of global solidarity with Palestinians to take center stage, Tony Benn had been advocating a boycott of Israel with unrestricted conviction, for years...
Labour can only sit, wait and watch in the hope that John Key's bubble is pricked well before election day. Photo / Dean Purcell Perhaps the most disheartening and debilitating aspects for Labour of today's morale-crushing Herald -DigiPoll survey is
Sir Bob Harvey, the chairman of Waterfront Auckland, is releasing an autobiography this year detailing his colourful life, years with the Labour Party and as the long serving mayor of Waitakere...Bob Harvey says he is fitter than he's ever been, and
While the party retains more than 70% probability of leading the next government, National's support has slipped to a point it would now be dependent on the support of all of the ACT, United Future and Maori Parties to govern, or that of NZ First,
On the wall in Global Radio's headquarters in London's Leicester Square is an Obsession Statement. Here's to the obsessive ones who strive to make each detail right, here's to the obsessive ones who listen late at night, here's to You get the picture.
Miliband said that the veteran left-wing campaigner, who died at the age of 88 after serving in the cabinet throughout the 1970's, would be remembered as a champion of the powerless. However, former Chancellor Denis Healey said the far-left views of
If the party did not win any seats at the next general election and Labour took office without promising an in/out EU referendum he would resign, he said. "I will have failed," Mr Farage said. "I will have spent years trying to achieve this goal." EU
Media playback is unsupported on your device Spending plan 'paid for and costed', says Ed Balls 16 March 2014 Last updated at 10:15 GMT Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls told Andrew Marr that all of Labour's proposed spending were all "paid for and costed".