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Samoa, Tonga and Niue feel warmth of National leader's campaign fire in the belly John Key receives a warm welcome from former Aucklander "Aunty" Mago Masoe. In Samoa this week, Prime Minister John Key indulged in a bit of harmless flattery of his
of using apolitical islands visit to bad-mouth Labour policy and pimp' for Pacific votes. Metiria Turei (second right), Shane Jones (third right) and David Shearer (sixth right), at a kava ceremony yesterday. Photo / Claire Trevett Labour MP David
Max 22° Min 14° David Shearer taps his UN contacts Jacqui Stanford, Newstalk ZB December 8, 2013, 6:06 am Former Labour leader David Shearer is back on his old stomping ground in New York, pushing New Zealand's case for a seat on the Security Council.
Despite fall from party leadership, MP says his bill is the right one, and he's the one who should fight for it. Labour MP David Shearer will continue to push for free breakfasts and lunches in poorer schools despite no longer being leader of his
Energy Minister Simon Bridges buried bad news about rising power prices by delaying release of official figures until just before Parliament went into recess, Labour's energy spokesman, David Shearer, says. But Mr Bridges says he is happy to defend
David Cunliffe erupted on to our television screens on Monday night as though he'd just become Prime Minister, not just decided to have another crack at the Labour Party leadership. "If he were a racehorse, you'd swab him," joked an old party veteran.
Ms Coatsworth acknowledged the new rules, which have never been tested, weren't popular among the party's MPs. "It's understandable that when there are changes like this some members of caucus might be less enthusiastic than party members, who
Labour's MPs, members and affiliated unions will elect their new leader on September 15 and contestants will be subject to a code of conduct to try to stop the battle descending into personal attacks. The party's NZ Council announced the timeframe
Very few of the 34-member caucus were in the loop and didn't know anything was going on until they were called to a caucus meeting around noon on Thursday. No one had been counting the numbers, Shearer wasn't facing any challengers, and there was no
Shearer Carla Penman, Newstalk ZB August 10, 2013, 1:22 pm Labour says commercial fishers should be the ones to take most of the hit from cuts to the snapper quota. It's expected the Government will back down from a proposal to reduce the bag limit