Otago Daily Times: Political News

Peters' comments not a worry for Cunliffe

Peters' comments not a worry for Cunliffe

Labour leader David Cunliffe says he is not concerned by Winston Peters' comments that he would not work with the Mana Party.

Smith backs down on legal threat

Smith backs down on legal threat

Conservation Minister Nick Smith has backed down on a legal threat against an environmental advocate who accused him of political interference.

Winston factor returns as Nats say no to Craig

Winston factor returns as Nats say no to Craig

New Zealand First appears to loom large in National's plan to secure a third term in Government after Prime Minister John Key ruled out any helping hand to get the Conservative Party into Parliament.

Act, United get the nod from Nats

Prime Minister John Key has endorsed United Future leader Peter Dunne and Act New Zealand Epsom candidate David Seymour but has ruled out a deal with the Conservative Party as a bridge too far.

PM reveals deals

PM reveals deals

Prime Minister John Key has confirmed National will not pull its candidate in East Coast Bays to give Conservative leader Colin Craig a clear run and ruled out any last minute change of mind, even if it could cost National a third term in Government.

Smith mulls action over bullying claims

Smith mulls action over bullying claims

Conservation Minister Nick Smith is considering legal action after he was accused of trying to stop advocacy group Fish and Game from lobbying for cleaner rivers.

ODT/directory - Local Businesses

CompanyLocationBusiness Type
Martyns LocksmithsOamaruSpecialist Trades
Otago Marine LtdDunedinMarine
Permacoat Roofing Queenstown LtdFranktonRoofers
Star & GarterOamaruRestaurants
Syndicate content