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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    The Government's being urged to review a law that's designed to protect whistleblowers
     22 May 2018
    The Government's being urged to review a law that's designed to protect whistleblowers
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    New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern delivers a first budget that busts the hype
    21 May: Since coming to office, New Zealand's Labour Prime Minister Jacinda Adern has made much ado about new spending in health, education, housing, and child poverty. Her Government's first budget reveals the substance behind the promise, writes Grant Duncan.... more
    Waikato farmers will press the Prime Minister on the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak today
    21 May: Waikato farmers will press the Prime Minister on the Mycoplasma bovis outbreak today... more
    It's feared many low income earners will still miss out on the Government's Kiwibuild scheme
    21 May: It's feared many low income earners will still miss out on the Government's Kiwibuild scheme... more
    The Government is considering an Earthquake Commission style fund...for biosecurity threats
    20 May: The Government is considering an Earthquake Commission style fund...for biosecurity threats... more
    Hundreds of protesters have been marching and chanting in Auckland's CBD in support of Palestinian refugees from Gaza
    19 May: Hundreds of protesters have been marching and chanting in Auckland's CBD in support of Palestinian refugees from Gaza... more
    Pay claims from teachers and nurses will be negotiated in good faith by the Government
    18 May: Pay claims from teachers and nurses will be negotiated in good faith by the Government... more
    Australia urged to follow suit as UK cracks down on pokies, limiting bets to $3.60 per spin
    18 May: The British Government announces it will introduce maximum bets on poker machines to address problem gambling, limiting bets to $3.60 per spin — down from the current limit of $179.... more
    Government allocating over nine million dollars to improve offshore biosecurity systems
    17 May: The Government is allocating just over nine million dollars to improve our offshore biosecurity systems to better manage risks posed by imports... more
    Government urged to offer more than just money for mental health
    17 May: The Government is being urged to offer more than just money for mental health... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     11 May: Hong Kong student slammed by Chinese press for saying the national anthem makes her 'vomit' +++++++++++
     18 May: Pay claims from teachers and nurses will be negotiated in good faith by the Government +++++++++
     20 May: The Government is considering an Earthquake Commission style fund...for biosecurity threats +++++++
     14 May: The Minister of Health has ruled out a public-private partnership to finance the new Dunedin Hospital... +++++++
     25 May: Seventy two million dollars - and counting +++++++
     02 May: Local retailers warned over latest GST announcement ++++++
     12 May: The Department of Conservation has received a huge funding boost as the Government continues to make moves before the budget announcement ++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      26 May: Lizzie marvelly: what is it that's so threatening about a māori voice? (NZ Herald)
      25 May: Former fiji coach ben ryan says super franchise could transform pacific island rugby (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 May: Tackling reasons for nz’s failure to address biggest environmental issues (voxy.co.nz)
      23 May: Vote, take risks, be fearless: celebs offer advice to grads (NZ Herald)
      22 May: Stadium report debacle shows goff still learning council politics (RadioNZ)
      22 May: The bookshop: wicked thrills fuel a very english battle (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 May: Barry soper: would anyone really want to become a royal? (NZ Herald)
      20 May: Uprooted: how an aboriginal woman stopped being maori (Stuff.co.nz)
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    Cricket:
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    Cricket:
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    International:
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    Politics:
    A teachers association says it backs changes to NCEA Level One - as long as teachers are supported 15:16

    Rugby:
    Some high profile support for one of World Rugby's law trials 14:36

    Netball:
    The Northern Stars are keeping tightlipped about when Kayla Cullen will return to the netball court 14:26

    International:
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    Rugby:
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