Prime Minister John Key has laid out his Government' agenda
for the next three years, with housing and the fight against
terror groups at the top of the list.
Prime Minister John Key said New Zealand helping to train
Iraqi troops was among the options the Government would
consider when ruling on its contribution to the fight against
Parliament has been sworn in during a ceremony historic for
the fact all three of the branches of the New Zealand
judiciary officiating were women.
The EPMU executive will this morning endorse Andrew Little in
the four-way Labour leadership contest.
Grant Robertson has announced Jacinda Ardern as his
running mate in the Labour leadership race.
When Helen Clark announced New Zealand's bid in 2004, for a
United Nations Security Council seat in 2015 and 2016, it
seemed a ridiculously long lead-in time.
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