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16/11/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

Jacinda Ardern was prominent on the world stage in Singapore while there was more political stumbling by her colleagues back home.


12/11/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

A rolling strike by school teachers begins today and it may be the first of wage tests for the Government.


9/11/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

Our political commentator has seen this as a week of contrasting fortunes for the main political parties, with both sides of the house scoring wins and losses.


7/11/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

It now appears that the damage caused by a maverick MP may now see a regrowth of party unity to maintain tenure for National Party leader Simon Bridges.


5/11/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

The Labour Party conference in Dunedin saw the Finance Minister do a good job of talking up the economy but the Prime Minister failed to deliver a speech for the masses.


2/11/2018

Finance Minister Grant Robertson is happy with the September quarter financial figures and sees it as a good indicator for the next Budget.


31/10/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

If the Jami-Lee Ross meltdown was a thorn for the National opposition then the Immigration Minister may have provided a counterbalance for the Government.


29/10/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

Selecting Dunedin for Labour’s conference may advance the Dunedin Hospital rebuild but there will be other issues for delegates.


22/10/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

Issues now confronting the National Party may have been resolved years ago when the party was in office.


19/10/2018
by Dene Mackenzie

Revelations by maverick National Jamie-Lee Ross may achieve the undoing of the party leader but it creates a stumbling block for the party in the next major political race.


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