In the span of a week, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made two big announcements regarding this year’s general elections. First, that her Labour Party
In the aftermath of the heinous Christchurch terrorist attacks, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern swore that New Zealand’s “gun laws will change”. Her Attorney-General David
The Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones put his foot down and announced a plan to put beneficiaries into work, recently. The move was
“There will be no more sitting on the couch.”
They say a chain is only as good as its weakest link. The forces that be will test the durability and the resilience of
Less than a month before assuming their roles as Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs respectively, Jacinda Ardern and Winston Peters made their
The post-election coalition negotiations that New Zealand First conducted with both the New Zealand Labour and New Zealand National parties was vigorously followed by
After much fanfare, the final outcome of the 2017 General Elections is finally known. In vintage fashion, New Zealand First Leader the Rt. Hon.