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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Tax relief for businesses still struggling post-earthquake has been extended
     15 August 2018
    Tax relief for businesses still struggling post-earthquake has been extended
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    Workers at BlueScope Pacific Steel are picketing outside their Auckland factory this morning
    15 Aug: Workers at BlueScope Pacific Steel are picketing outside their Auckland factory this morning... more
    Who should pay for the harm caused by alcohol?
    15 Aug: Who should pay for the harm caused by alcohol?... more
    Another economist's suggesting the Government should be willing to relax its strict debt target
    15 Aug: Another economist's suggesting the Government should be willing to relax its strict debt target... more
    Kiwis are getting less bang for their buck overseas ... making it tough for travellers with a tight budget
    14 Aug: Kiwis are getting less bang for their buck overseas ... making it tough for travellers with a tight budget... more
    A former Police Association President-turned Labour MP says there's no "boys club" protecting people within the Police
    14 Aug: A former Police Association President-turned Labour MP says there's no "boys club" protecting people within the Police... more
    The Prime Minister says if things calm down in our housing market
    13 Aug: The Prime Minister says if things calm down in our housing market, it will be welcome... more
    Most primary schools should be able to supervise children during Wednesday's strike
    13 Aug: Most primary schools should be able to supervise children during Wednesday's strike... more
    Winston Peters says in a desperate attempt to look relevant, David Seymour has come up with New Zealand First policies - but it's not going to save his dying party
    13 Aug: Winston Peters says in a desperate attempt to look relevant, David Seymour has come up with New Zealand First policies - but it's not going to save his dying party... more
    The annual ACT Party conference is underway, and leader David Seymour is using the event to go on the front foot against the Government
    12 Aug: The annual ACT Party conference is underway, and leader David Seymour is using the event to go on the front foot against the Government... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     02 Aug: The computer system of a South Taranaki school is being held to ransom +++++++++++++++++++++
     26 Jul: A Nelson man who received a shoddy retrofit house insulation wants the job done properly +++++++++++++++++
     27 Jul: Industrial action for workers at Taharoa's ironsands mine on the North Island's west coast +++++++++++++++++
     23 Jul: The pressure will be felt on Wellington's new bus network today - with school kids using it for the first time and industrial action on the cards +++++++++++++++
     23 Jul: Primary teachers and principals will hold a secret on line vote this week on whether to extend a half day strike next month to a full day +++++++++++++
     24 Jul: Immigration New Zealand's management is being criticised after a 50 million dollar budget blowout ++++++++++++
     23 Jul: Between 120 and 140 full-time jobs are being scrapped at the Warehouse +++++++++++

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     Today's News

    Business:
    Tax relief for businesses still struggling post-earthquake has been extended 8:16

    Tennis:
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    Entertainment:
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    Business:
    Workers at BlueScope Pacific Steel are picketing outside their Auckland factory this morning 7:56

    Education:
    A Wellington teacher believes parents will continue to support them as they fight for better work conditions 7:46

    Politics:
    Who should pay for the harm caused by alcohol? 7:36

    Entertainment:
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    Cricket:
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    Business:
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