Steven Joyce’s infamous “$11 billion fiscal hole” claim in 2017 was enough to halt the seemingly unstoppable ascent of newly-minted Labour Party leader Jacinda
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New Zealand: How should we manage our borders and quarantine facilities?
With the re-emergence of COVID-19 in New Zealand, the issue of border security and managed isolation facilities has become a hot political topic. After
New Zealand: Should the election be pushed back to a later date?
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will announce on Monday, 17th August the fate of this year’s general elections. Originally set for the 19th of September,
New Zealand: The re-emergence of COVID-19 has made this election a lot closer
New Zealand was once hailed as a ‘global exemplar’ in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. While the rest of the world struggled to
New Zealand: Has Simon Bridges’ time come?
After a litany of disastrous PR stunts, many believe Simon Bridges’ time as leader of the National Party has come to an end. Recently,
National are spreading disinformation about the NZ Government’s decision not to support US-backed Venezuela opposition leader
Despite two of their henchmen, Simeon Brown MP and Chris Penk MP, brandishing the incumbent Coalition Government as “globalists” who “undermine New Zealand sovereignty”,
The #LimoLeaks saga reveals the factionalism in the National Party
The hallmark of the John Key-era National Party was its unbreakable unity. It was also what made them the preferred choice over the Labour
In the Roman Republic, condemned criminals and slaves would be forced to fight one another in vicious duels that resulted in bloodshed or even
After months of speculation, the fate of National Party leader Bill English was finally confirmed today as he announced in a press conference –