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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    NZ sends condolences over Toronto attack
     25 April 2018
    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has expressed her condolences to the families of the 10 people who died in a van attack in the Canadian city of Toronto.
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    Greens throw hat in Northcote ring
    25 Apr: The Green Party will run a yet-to-be named candidate in the Northcote by-election so it can get its message out to the voters.... more
    Ardern 'really positive' on EU trade deal
    24 Apr: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is cautiously optimistic about New Zealand's pursuit of a free trade agreement with the European Union.... more
    NZ to send gifts to new royal baby
    24 Apr: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says a garment made by a member of her family will be among the gifts to the new royal baby sent from New Zealand.... more
    Pressure on government on housing
    24 Apr: Landlords say a government policy change will cause a rental crisis and ACT says housing policies generally are failing.... more
    Decision to remove flogging from public eye in Indonesia's Aceh draws Islamist resistance
    23 Apr: The decision of the Aceh Provincial Government in Indonesia to move flogging from public into more closed spaces, such as prisons, draws resistance from the public and the local parliament.... more
    Victorian Government offers cash incentive to help households get better energy deal
    22 Apr: The Victorian Opposition says a $50 cash bonus to encourage Victorians to visit an energy comparison website to get a better power deal is just a "bribe" for voters ahead of the state budget.... more
    Sod turned on one billion tree programme
    22 Apr: There's been a symbolic planting of native trees at a school in the Gisborne region to mark the start of the government's One Billion Trees planting programme.... more
    Govt, lawyers at odds on NZDF foam problem
    21 Apr: The government says there is no immediate risk from leached toxic firefighting foam chemicals but lawyers say not enough is being done.... more
    Rebiya Kadeer to go on hunger strike to protest against treatment of Chinese minorities
    20 Apr: The exiled leader of an ethnic minority in China is set to go on a hunger strike to protest against Beijing's treatment of the Uighur people. Rebiya Kadeer says the Chinese Government is attempting to "brainwash" the Uighur people with nationalist propaga... more

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      24 Apr: Barry soper: north korea trade deal might not be as crazy as it seems (NZ Herald)
      24 Apr: Robert macculloch: new style of reform way out of growing inequality divide (NZ Herald)
      23 Apr: Tony kokshoorn to step down as grey's mayor next year (RadioNZ)
      23 Apr: Jacinda ardern: i don't mind the interest in my pregnancy (BBCWorld)
      21 Apr: School's out: ways to distract the kids – and yourself – these holidays (NZ Herald)
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