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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Local Politics articles  Local Politics
    Legislation to bring back local referendums on Maori wards - has passed its first reading
     23 May 2024
    Legislation to bring back local referendums on Maori wards - has passed its first reading
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    A group of children is calling on Wellington City Council to make playgrounds more exciting
    22 May: A group of children is calling on Wellington City Council to make playgrounds more exciting... more
    The Christchurch City Council's begun the hunt for a new board chair of its investment arm
    21 May: The Christchurch City Council's begun the hunt for a new board chair of its investment arm... more
    The Christchurch City Council's one step closer to buying, or leasing, the earthquake-damaged Dux de Lux building in the Arts Centre
    16 May: The Christchurch City Council's one step closer to buying, or leasing, the earthquake-damaged Dux de Lux building in the Arts Centre... more
    Former Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk joins Smart Energy Council
    10 May: The former Queensland premier talks about life post-politics and her new job at the Smart Energy Council, but won't confirm whether she will join her successor Steven Miles on the state election campaign trail this year.... more
    Police are still hunting a person suspected of shooting a man dead on Auckland's Ponsonby Road about 10.15 last night
    6 May: Police are still hunting a person suspected of shooting a man dead on Auckland's Ponsonby Road about 10.15 last night... more
    The Chief Executive of Upper Hutt City Council is apologising after a number of mistakes were found in its draft long term plan
    6 May: The Chief Executive of Upper Hutt City Council is apologising after a number of mistakes were found in its draft long term plan... more
    Award-winning Maori musician Ria Hall has announced she's running for the Tauranga mayoralty
    5 May: Award-winning Maori musician Ria Hall has announced she's running for the Tauranga mayoralty... more
    Local Government New Zealand wants the coalition government to seriously consider returning the GST charged on rates, back to councils
    5 May: Local Government New Zealand wants the coalition government to seriously consider returning the GST charged on rates, back to councils... more
    Nelson City Council-owned properties at risk from landslips, are up for sale
    2 May: Nelson City Council-owned properties at risk from landslips, are up for sale... more

     Most Popular Recent Local Politics News
     02 May: Nelson City Council-owned properties at risk from landslips, are up for sale ++++++++++
     02 May: Dunedin City Council is challenging the Government over recent upheaval within the disability support sector +++++++++
     06 May: Police are still hunting a person suspected of shooting a man dead on Auckland's Ponsonby Road about 10.15 last night ++++++++
     05 May: Award-winning Maori musician Ria Hall has announced she's running for the Tauranga mayoralty ++++++++
     29 Apr: Cantabrians are about to have the opportunity to discuss their regional council's 10 year plan ++++++++
     06 May: The Chief Executive of Upper Hutt City Council is apologising after a number of mistakes were found in its draft long term plan +++++++
     05 May: Local Government New Zealand wants the coalition government to seriously consider returning the GST charged on rates, back to councils +++++++

     Local Politics NewsLinks
      1 May: What to watch out for in the local elections (BBCWorld)
      26 Apr: Chris mason: politics gears up ahead of election (BBCWorld)
      8 Dec: Fri, 8 Dec 2023: Gen z’s new platform to influence rotorua politics (RadioNZ)
      3 Nov: Fri, 3 Nov 2023: Auckland councillors call on maori to get more involved in local body politics (RadioNZ)
      7 Aug: Mon, 7 Aug 2023: Mixed reaction to government's multi-billion auckland harbour tunnels plan (RadioNZ)
      21 Oct: Fri, 21 Oct 2022: Mike williams: when it come to politics advancing age doesn't matter (NZ Herald)
      8 Oct: Sat, 8 Oct 2022: Losing auckland mayoral candidate efeso collins says he will quit local politics (NZ Herald)
      30 Sep: Fri, 30 Sep 2022: Wellington city council's racy tiktok encouraging young people to vote (NZ Herald)
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