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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    UK nationwide coronavirus lockdown needed, Opposition says, amid revelation Boris Johnson ignored scientific advice
     14 October 2020
    Sir Keir Starmer calls for a "circuit-breaker" national lockdown after it is revealed Boris Johnson's Government ignored scientific advisers who recommended a similar lockdown last month to halt the spread of coronavirus.
    >> Read Article 

    Calls for employers to look at their drug and alcohol policies before the cannabis referendum
    14 Oct: Calls for employers to look at their drug and alcohol policies before the cannabis referendum... more
    Hopes a change to cannabis law could improve Maori access to medicinal products
    13 Oct: Hopes a change to cannabis law could improve Maori access to medicinal products... more
    Coronavirus restrictions in UK move to tiered lockdown system as PM Boris Johnson announces new measures
    13 Oct: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces a new tiered lockdown system for the UK as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, warns the city could be on high alert as soon as this week.... more
    More homes are selling round the country and prices keep shooting up
    13 Oct: More homes are selling round the country and prices keep shooting up... more
    And another encouraging sign - this time for the international student sector
    13 Oct: And another encouraging sign - this time for the international student sector... more
    A word of caution to businesses and associations keen on sharing a view on big topics
    13 Oct: A word of caution to businesses and associations keen on sharing a view on big topics... more
    Power company Meridian's having to take down misleading adverts making environmental claims
    12 Oct: Power company Meridian's having to take down misleading adverts making environmental claims... more
    Concerns we may be 'failing our youth' after new research shows one in five students haven't been able to access healthcare when needed
    12 Oct: Concerns we may be 'failing our youth' after new research shows one in five students haven't been able to access healthcare when needed ... more
    It could be a close race for the Tamaki Makaurau seat in the general election
    11 Oct: It could be a close race for the Tamaki Makaurau seat in the general election... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     01 Oct: The Green Party is promising to make tech and the internet accessible to all ... if it's re-elected +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Oct: The tech industry says it's the perfect time for New Zealand's political parties to focus on it +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Oct: Legalising cannabis would benefit the ways young people are educated about its use +++++++++++++++
     13 Oct: And another encouraging sign - this time for the international student sector +++++++++++
     03 Oct: The current laws don't deter a vast majority of students from using cannabis ++++++++++
     02 Oct: The Ministry of Education says it's working with Ormiston Primary to address its rapid growth +++++++++
     12 Oct: Concerns we may be 'failing our youth' after new research shows one in five students haven't been able to access healthcare when needed  +++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      25 Oct: Should we fear fake news in our politics? (RadioNZ)
      24 Oct: Baby steps but young candidates keen to make big strides (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Oct: How kamala harris highlights what women in politics face (BBCWorld)
      20 Oct: Covid: what the tier rules say about the split between science and politics (BBCWorld)
      19 Oct: Election 2020: what does it take to bring national back from the dead (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Oct: Let's start working now towards a referendum on tax in 2023 (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Oct: Covid-19: unexpected nz arrivals inject new irritation into australian politics (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Oct: Goodbye winston peters - it was never dull (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    International:
    Facebook blocks user for nudity in photos of Indigenous Vanuatu ceremony 5:56

    Environment:
    Almost 29,000 homes in southeast Queensland - including 7,000 in Brisbane - have been left without electricity because of extreme thunderstorms 21:57

    Law and Order:
    An investigation's underway following a firearms incident near Lake Rotoma east of Rotorua earlier today 21:17

    International:
    Is the United States too far gone to save from COVID-19? Here's what the experts say 19:37

    Motorsports:
    Motorsport expert Bob McMurray hopes to see a passing of the baton moment in IndyCar tomorrow morning  18:57

    Rugby League:
    Penrith coach Ivan Cleary believes his side's slow starts could inject a bit of confidence ahead of tonight's NRL grand final in Sydney 18:37

    Rugby League:
    While he's not losing sleep over the man many consider to be the greatest, Ivan Cleary has Melbourne skipper Cameron Smith on his mind ahead of tonight's NRL grand final 18:07

    Law and Order:
    A baby has died after emergency services were called to a house in Hamilton this morning 17:27

    Living & Travel:
    New Warriors coach Nathan Brown's still waiting to get into the country 17:07

    Business:
    A leading motorsport analyst believes Scott McLaughlin's success will carry over to IndyCar 16:37

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