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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Helen Clark announces November election date
    Prime Minister - Helen Clark
    Prime Minister - Helen Clark
     12 September 2008
    Prime Minister Helen Clark announces the Election Date of the 2008 General Election.
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    Key announces broadband network investment
    22 Apr 2008: National Party Leader John Key today announced a National Government will invest up to $1.5 billion to drive the roll-out of a "fibre to the home" ultra-fast broadband network in New Zealand. ... more
    PM Speaks at Waitakere Business Club Breakfast Forum
    30 Jan 2008: Helen Clark today gave her first speach of the election year at the Waitakere Business Club Breakfast Forum.... more
    Don Brash to Resign
    23 Nov 2006: A public announcement on the National party website states that Don Brash intends to resign.... more
    Nationals multi-billion dollar new tax package
    22 Aug 2005: National Party Leader Don Brash has unveiled a plan to significantly restructure the tax system, providing fair tax relief and targeted family assistance worth about $3.9 billion by the third year. ... more
    Official Cash Rate interest rate cut
    24 Jul 2003: The Reserve Bank today reduced the Official Cash Rate by 25 basis points to 5.0 per cent.... more
    Govt. accused of 'reverse' domain name hijacking
    20 Dec 2002: The New Zealand Government has been accused of using 'bad faith' in attempting to gain control of the domain name newzealand.com... more
    Interest rates left unchanged
    20 Nov 2002: The Reserve Bank has decided to leave the Official Cash Rate unchanged at 5.75 per cent. ... more
    Reserve Bank's Brash resigns
    26 Apr 2002: Reserve Bank Governor Don Brash today announced his resignation from the Bank, to take effect immediately.... more
    Kiwibank's registration completed
    4 Feb 2002: The Reserve Bank today announced that Kiwibank Limited is now permitted to open its doors as a registered bank.... 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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