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    PNG Police storm Parliament over lack of APEC payments, ABC understands
     21 November 2018
    Hundreds of members of Papua New Guinea's police and security forces storm parliament over what the ABC understands to be anger about not receiving allowances owed to them from working at APEC.
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    Moving speedway from Western Springs has been put on hold while Auckland councillors consider the city's wider stadium strategy
    20 Nov: Moving speedway from Western Springs has been put on hold while Auckland councillors consider the city's wider stadium strategy... more
    Changes to drinking water standards are being backed by specialists
    20 Nov: Changes to drinking water standards are being backed by specialists... more
    Protesters have converged on Fletcher Building's annual meeting in Auckland today
    20 Nov: Protesters have converged on Fletcher Building's annual meeting in Auckland today... more
    Justice Minister has backing of rape support groups to make cross examination less of an ordeal for sexual assault victims
    20 Nov: Justice Minister Andrew Little has the backing of rape support groups to make cross examination less of an ordeal for victims of sexual assault... more
    The Government's defending plans to improve early childhood teachers' salaries
    19 Nov: The Government's defending plans to improve early childhood teachers' salaries... more
    Day two today of a legal review into the decision not to pursue action against the engineer behind the CTV building
    19 Nov: Day two today of a legal review into the decision not to pursue action against the engineer behind the CTV building... more
    A 20-year-old has won the Labour Party's nomination to stand in Wellington's Eastern Ward in next year's local body elections
    19 Nov: A 20-year-old has won the Labour Party's nomination to stand in Wellington's Eastern Ward in next year's local body elections... more
    APEC 2018: Chinese officials barge into PNG Foreign Minister's office after being denied meeting
    18 Nov: Four officials forced their way into Rimbink Pato's office after being repeatedly denied a meeting to discuss the wording of the final communique of the APEC summit in Port Moresby.... more
    Fiji election: PM Frank Bainimarama's FijiFirst party narrowly wins election
    18 Nov: The party of Fiji's incumbent Prime Minister and former coup leader, Frank Bainimarama, narrowly wins this week's national election but his political opponents say they may challenge the result due to concerns over the counting process.... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     23 Oct: Fresh warnings about scammers claiming to have hacked webcams, as the number of reports jumps over the long weekend ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     05 Nov: New high-tech "point to point" speed cameras will be tested in the Waterview Tunnel and on a section of the Southern Motorway before the Government decides whether to roll them out around the country ++++++++++++++
     26 Oct: The principal at Auckland's Mt Albert Grammar School says students will get a chance to say their final farewells next week +++++++++++++
     11 Nov: ACT Party says teachers union doesn't have interests of students or teachers at heart +++++++++
     26 Oct: A third party may now join the bargaining table as primary teachers and principals prepare to strike ++++++++
     07 Nov: Anglican school leaders withdraw support for gay discrimination exemptions +++++++
     12 Nov: Primary teachers say it's not all about pay, as they prepare to picket in Auckland this morning +++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      21 Nov: Barry soper: fallout from pike river re-entry reveals ugly side of politics (NZ Herald)
      20 Nov: For 30 years we lied about the nuclear tests, says tahiti's fritch (RadioNZ)
      19 Nov: Fiji's coup politicians should quit - rabuka (RadioNZ)
      18 Nov: Jacinda ardern appeals to women at gordon's market in port moresby (NZ Herald)
      18 Nov: Palace insiders reveal how hurricane meghan is shaking up the royals (NZ Herald)
      18 Nov: Follow the leader: what the flag debate revealed about our personal politics (NZ Herald)
      17 Nov: Can new zealand's payday lenders survive? (Stuff.co.nz)
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