Otago Daily Times: Political News

Labour leaders hit the hustings

Labour leaders hit the hustings

Labour has to be a voice in the community every single day, not just when the party turns up asking for votes every three years, leadership contender Grant Robertson says.

Labour like a cult and too red - Parker

Labour like a cult and too red - Parker

Labour leadership contender David Parker says Labour borders on feeling like "a cult" and must look at its branding - including its symbolic red party colour.

National sets out its agenda

National sets out its agenda

Prime Minister John Key last month made tackling child poverty a top priority but yesterday, the issue was barely mentioned in his agenda for the next three years.

Key lays out agenda as Parliament opens

Key lays out agenda as Parliament opens

Prime Minister John Key has laid out his Government' agenda for the next three years, with housing and the fight against terror groups at the top of the list.

Training Iraqi troops an option - PM

Training Iraqi troops an option - PM

Prime Minister John Key said New Zealand helping to train Iraqi troops was among the options the Government would consider when ruling on its contribution to the fight against Isis.

Carter re-elected speaker as Parliament sworn in

Parliament has been sworn in during a ceremony historic for the fact all three of the branches of the New Zealand judiciary officiating were women.

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