Otago Daily Times: Political News

Candidate denies tirade against Cunliffe

Labour's Napier candidate Stuart Nash denies being behind an anonymous tirade against Labour leader David Cunliffe for going on a holiday, after Prime Minister John Key pointed the finger at Nash for it in Parliament yesterday.

Cunliffe: Holiday should have been shorter

Cunliffe: Holiday should have been shorter

Labour leader David Cunliffe says he would not have gone on his skiing holiday had he known how bad the polls were for Labour at the time, and has also decided to focus only on major policies - including appearing to distance himself from Labour's new animal testing policy.

Govt plans to get rid of 'loopy' rules

Govt plans to get rid of 'loopy' rules

The Government is giving the public an opportunity to complain about "pedantic" and "unnecessary" regulations including onerous rules for cake stalls and requirements for positioning shower curtains.

Labour earmarks $200m for the regions

Labour earmarks $200m for the regions

Labour Leader David Cunliffe says a government led by him would invest up to $200 million over four years in development projects aimed at resuscitating flagging regional economies.

National list MP quits politics

National list MP Claudette Hauiti has decided to withdraw from the election and politics altogether.

Henare tweets farewell to politics

Henare tweets farewell to politics

Retiring National MP Tau Henare fondly remembers accusing the Duke of Edinburgh of not doing anything, his hatred of door-knocking, and inviting the French Prime Minister to Apec - even though France is not a member.

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