Saturday, August 30, 2014
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Judith Collins may roll PM John Key after elections...http://www.radiolive.co.nz/Winston-Peters-swears-on-Judith-Collins-government-bid/tabid/506/articleID/53448/Default.aspx Audio video"
- Peters: I'll put my life on Collins approach
- Hagar's new book causing strife for the Right
- Key lashes out at Hagar book claims...
- Collins denies Peters' backdoor approach claims
- Judith Collins dismisses Peters' deal claim
- Winston Peters claims approach from Collins' camp
- Pam Corkery offered to resign - but won't apologise
- Collins admits rapist could be innocent
- Dirty Politics drowned out in debate
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Dirty Politics: the attack on National MP Brent Robinson
One of the episodes described by Nicky Hager in his book is a dirty campaign by Cameron Slater against one of the National Party contenders for the Rodney seat, Brent Robinson.
First an interview with Mr. Robinson on Radio NZ confirming the story, and then an article on the subject with leaked emails
Failed Nat urges party to weed out rogue elements.
Monday, August 25, 2014
Sunday, August 24, 2014
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Friday, August 22, 2014
The Labour Party is promising to scrap the secondary tax if elected, instead allowing people to pay the correct amount of tax as they earn it.
Labour leader David Cunliffe made the announcement while campaigning at the Otara Market in Manukau this morning.
Secondary tax is paid by those who have more than one job.
Its rate is usually higher than the primary source of income but it often results in a refund at the end of the financial year.
Mr Cunliffe said by abolishing secondary tax it will make it much easier for those in casual work or who have more than one job.
He said even though there is a theoretical wash up at the end of the financial year, the current system is cumbersome and people often pay too much tax in the short ter
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- Cunliffe takes campaign to Otara
- Cunliffe apologises for ancestors
- Cunliffe floored by pensioner
- Cautious welcome for Dunedin plan
- It's in with the old as Labour tests policies on rest home residents
- POLL of POLLS with Colin James
- Cunliffe: Divisions among National MPs over revelations
- Greens spring in polls as National takes hit
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014
|A former National Party logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|English: Former Prime Minister Jim Bolger mid press conference at the release of Kiwirail, where the crown is paying over $600 million to Toll Holdings to buy back all the tracks, assets and debts. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
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- Unauthorised biography of David Cunliffe: The man who would be PM - the political years
- The man who would be PM
- Cunliffe says no to Internet-Mana
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- Cunliffe a Labour liability, poll shows
- Politics: Sex, Race, Taunts and Winners
- Dotcom roadshow wows the crowd