Here's how cigarette packs could soon look - a standard
package with gruesome warning image.
Voters will be presented with a viable alternative at the
next general election after the Green and Labour parties
agreed yesterday to present a united front in an effort to
topple the Government.
COMMENT: It may indeed be historic, but the agreement between
the Green Party and Labour today may also effectively have
handed the 2017 election to National on a platter.
The Green and Labour Parties will be presenting a united
front from today in a campaign to change the government
next year, Green co-leader Metiria Turei says.
Prime Minister John Key will visit Fiji next week, saying
Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama's 2006 coup that sparked a
10-year long gap between top-level visits was "ancient
The Government is to press ahead with plain-packaging for
tobacco, and more detail on how such a regime might work will
be revealed tomorrow.
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