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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.

Harawira writes tongue-in-cheek letter to Obama

Harawira writes tongue-in-cheek letter to Obama

Former MP Hone Harawira has written a tongue-in-cheek open letter to President Barack Obama in an attempt to stop Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement from steaming ahead.

Labour says sorry for 'plagiarism'

Labour says sorry for 'plagiarism'

Labour Party MP Clare Curran has apologised for lifting paragraphs from business magazine The Economist for an issues paper on the 'Future of Work'.

MCully deeply disappointed over MH17 veto

MCully deeply disappointed over MH17 veto

The veto of a United Nations Security Council resolution to set up a MH17 tribunal is "deeply disappointing", Foreign Minister Murray McCully says.

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