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Parties welcome smelter decision

Parties welcome smelter decision

Political parties have welcomed the decision to keep the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter open today.

Key rejects 'boring' claims after schoolgirl left in tears

Key rejects 'boring' claims after schoolgirl left in tears

Prime Minister John Key has rejected claims he labelled the idea of a Maori language month "boring".

More support for NZ First or I'll go - Peters

More support for NZ First or I'll go - Peters

New Zealand First will grow its membership by tens of thousands of people by the next election or he will resign, Winston Peters says.

Labour struggling to pin down its bottom lines

Labour struggling to pin down its bottom lines

Was there ever a more contrary bunch of people than New Zealanders?

Dirty Politics: Police clear blogger

Dirty Politics: Police clear blogger

Not so Dirty Politics after all. That's the message from police over a blogger accessing Labour Party computer systems to gather financial and membership details.

NZ First president steps down

More changes for New Zealand First are on the way after the recent tussle for the deputy leadership and as many in the party look to the future.

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