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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    A breakthrough in the rules governing whether people who've been scammed, are eligible for compensation
     5 April 2024
    A breakthrough in the rules governing whether people who've been scammed, are eligible for compensation
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    The effectiveness of the use of facial recognition technology in our supermarkets will be assessed by the Privacy Commissioner at the end of a six month trial
    4 Apr: The effectiveness of the use of facial recognition technology in our supermarkets will be assessed by the Privacy Commissioner at the end of a six month trial... more
    ???1;Further signs of a drop off in building activity
    4 Apr: ???1;Further signs of a drop off in building activity... more
    Indonesian authorities are preparing to enforce a new visitor levy after catching tourists behaving badly
    4 Apr: Australians in Bali for holidays have been left confused by a new $15 tourism tax and efforts by police to enforce payment.... more
    Calls for a rethink to local government, from the woman charged with running our fifth largest city
    4 Apr: Calls for a rethink to local government, from the woman charged with running our fifth largest city... more
    Alarming findings about workplace culture in Christchurch's courts
    4 Apr: Alarming findings about workplace culture in Christchurch's courts... more
    Auckland secondary principals say fast-tracking residency for overseas teachers is a positive step -- but only one strategy to address the shortage
    4 Apr: Auckland secondary principals say fast-tracking residency for overseas teachers is a positive step -- but only one strategy to address the shortage... more
    David Seymour's one step closer to re-establishing charter schools in New Zealand
    3 Apr: David Seymour's one step closer to re-establishing charter schools in New Zealand... more
    Labour's Deputy says running Government like a business - means treating people like commodities
    2 Apr: Labour's Deputy says running Government like a business - means treating people like commodities... more
    Olive oil lovers are finding themselves in a slippery situation, as shortages make prices sky-rocket
    2 Apr: Olive oil lovers are finding themselves in a slippery situation, as shortages make prices sky-rocket... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     25 Mar: A Christchurch high school will reopen today after two earthquake-prone buildings were discovered last week ++++++++++++++++++
     26 Mar: More money back in the pockets of families with young children ++++++++++++++
     28 Mar: The Secondary Principals Association believes the community should get behind schools and students to help reduce bad behaviour ++++++++++++++
     04 Apr: Auckland secondary principals say fast-tracking residency for overseas teachers is a positive step -- but only one strategy to address the shortage ++++++++++++
     15 Mar: A former politician says there's questions about the Green Party's leadership and vetting processes ++++++++++
     05 Apr: An Auckland principal says the rollout of NCEA changes has so far been an appalling process +++++++++
     03 Apr: David Seymour's one step closer to re-establishing charter schools in New Zealand ++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      9 Apr: Politics updates: follow updates for the latest on government targets (RadioNZ)
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      9 Apr: Live politics: follow updates for the latest on government targets (RadioNZ)
      6 Apr: Focus on politics: aim and fire? public service targets return amid job cuts (RadioNZ)
      4 Apr: Uncharted waters ii: an update on politics in tonga (RadioNZ)
      29 Mar: Could artificial intelligence benefit democracy? (BBCWorld)
      27 Mar: Nbc news backtracks on hiring of top republican (BBCWorld)
      26 Mar: Politics live: chinese embassy rejects accusations of state-sponsored cyber hacking (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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