Prime Minister John Key is standing by his decision to lead
the delegation of New Zealanders to Nelson Mandela's funeral
in South Africa, despite not being active in opposing the
1981 Springbok tour.
Prime Minister John Key says a group of angry protesters did
not ruin the National Party's Christmas function as they
banged on the windows amid a heavy police presence last
Political strategist Chris McKenzie has been named as the
Maori Party's candidate for the Te Tai Hauauru electorate.
Revelations that SkyCity casino is caught up in an alleged
international crime syndicate is unsurprising considering the
Government's inaction over money laundering in casinos, the
Green Party says.
A mixture of grin quickly swallowed up by grimace swept
across John Key's face following Colin Craig's intellectually
lazy and politically stupid verbal doodling on the
non-question of whether man has actually walked on the moon.
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