Otago Daily Times: Political News

Greens: GCSB's spying in Pacific broke law

Greens: GCSB's spying in Pacific broke law

A complaint has been lodged with the Inspector General of Intelligence and Security claiming the GCSB has broken the law by spying on Kiwis holidaying, living and working in the Pacific.

Budget tight for tertiary, Joyce warns

Budget tight for tertiary, Joyce warns

The tertiary sector should expect much of the same from this year's Budget, Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce says.

Hughes joins contest for Greens co-leader

Hughes joins contest for Greens co-leader

Green MP Gareth Hughes has confirmed he will enter the contest to replace Russel Norman as male co-leader.

Craig dismisses leadership challenge rumours

Craig dismisses leadership challenge rumours

Conservative Party leader Colin Craig has dismissed rumours of a leadership challenge and the expulsion of a party member as a "a storm in a teacup".

Eleven candidates to contest Northland by-election

Eleven candidates to contest Northland by-election

Eleven candidates will contest the Northland byelection, including a breakaway party of former National Party supporters set up by farmers and businesspeople campaigning on a platform of "old-fashioned values".

Curran: what about CEOs?

Curran: what about CEOs?

The MP pay rise backtracking is a start, but chief executive pay should also be in the Government's sights, Dunedin South Labour MP Clare Curran says.

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