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A lot can still happen before the election
With Parliament in holiday, MPs around the country would have welcomed the new year at the beach, at a barbie with friends and loved
New Zealand First has a fighting chance, not because of Winston, but because they’ve kept their movement in tact
If you needed further proof of Winston Peters’ talent as a politician, consider this: it’s been a week since his public speech and the
It’s a “crying shame” only New Zealand First is prepared to fully fund our St John ambulance service
Many would say the issue of ‘universal dental healthcare’ is the forgotten policy platform in this year’s general elections. I would argue that there
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: Will the COVID-19 pandemic usher in a new era of economic nationalism?
With New Zealand moving to alert level 3, Parliament resumed in limited numbers on the 28th of April. As is customary, the leaders of
COVID-19 in New Zealand: How should we judge the government’s response?
In a world gripped by fear of the COVID-19 pandemic, state actors are facing unprecedented challenges. Countries around the world are implementing drastic measures:
NZ First nets a capital gain on the proposed capital gains tax
Ever since the Tax Working Group (TWG) released their final report last February, New Zealand’s political discourse has been largely dominated by its recommendations