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    The Prime Minister's confirmed Civil Defence minister Peeni Henare will head to the South Island this afternoon to assess the damage
     8 December 2019
    The Prime Minister's confirmed Civil Defence minister Peeni Henare will head to the South Island this afternoon to assess the damage
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    Support for improved diversity in DHB governance
    8 Dec: Support for improved diversity in DHB governance... more
    Tamaki MP Simon O'Connor says the turnout at today's March for Life shows that New Zealanders are waking up to the major changes around life issues
    7 Dec: Tamaki MP Simon O'Connor says the turnout at today's March for Life shows that New Zealanders are waking up to the major changes around life issues... more
    Pharmac says it welcomes a joint inquiry into four deaths - which have all been linked to the anti-epileptic drug, Logem
    6 Dec: Pharmac says it welcomes a joint inquiry into four deaths - which have all been linked to the anti-epileptic drug, Logem ... more
    The Prime Minister's been confronted by a group of gun-owning protesters at an Auckland school
    6 Dec: The Prime Minister's been confronted by a group of gun-owning protesters at an Auckland school... more
    New bank restrictions could push the thorn of business confidence deeper into the Government's side
    6 Dec: New bank restrictions could push the thorn of business confidence deeper into the Government's side... more
    A think-tank says New Zealanders should be able to have their say on a move which will raise the cost of lending
    6 Dec: A think-tank says New Zealanders should be able to have their say on a move which will raise the cost of lending... more
    Samoan families put red flags outside as vaccination teams go door-to-door after measles deaths
    5 Dec: Families in Samoa that are not vaccinated against measles are being told to display red flags outside their homes, as medical teams go door-to-door administering vaccines.... more
    A local government expert says council elections shouldn't hang on a coin toss
    5 Dec: A local government expert says council elections shouldn't hang on a coin toss... more
    It seems we're getting more organised when it comes to Christmas shopping
    5 Dec: It seems we're getting more organised when it comes to Christmas shopping... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     12 Nov: The Levin District Court will be closed indefinitely from next Monday for earthquake strengthening ++++++++++++++++
     22 Nov: Leaked emails reveal the tension between Wellington City Council boss Kevin Lavery and councillor Simon Woolf ++++++++++++++
     23 Nov: A growing early childhood sector has prompted further calls for fair pay and the need to prioritise children's futures ++++++++++++
     16 Nov: A 36-year-old widow, whose husband died in a workplace accident, has been given a second shock +++++++++++
     14 Nov: Australian Timothy Weeks and American Kevin King could be released in Taliban prisoner exchange +++++++++
     04 Dec: Fasten your seatbelt...the housing market could be about to take off ++++++++
     10 Nov: An advertising expert has expressed anger over what she says is an deliberate attempt to mislead the public ++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      5 Dec: Barry soper: legalising cannabis another example of coalition politics (NZ Herald)
      4 Dec: Bill banning foreign donations: 'you've got a panicked government' - bridges (RadioNZ)
      3 Dec: Andrew little's foreign donations ban is good politics, terrible lawmaking (Stuff.co.nz)
      30 Nov: General election 2019: why we all see politics differently on social media (BBCWorld)
      29 Nov: Labour's annual conference gets underway in whanganui (RadioNZ)
      28 Nov: Tiktok admits error after banning us teen who posted political videos (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Nov: Motueka eight-year-old has political leanings (Stuff.co.nz)
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