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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Labour's leader continues to call the Government tax cuts poorly timed
     18 June 2024
    Labour's leader continues to call the Government tax cuts poorly timed
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    The Finance Minister is warning of tough times ahead
    18 Jun: The Finance Minister is warning of tough times ahead... more
    Performance-based pay is on the horizon for Chief Executives of public sector agencies
    18 Jun: Performance-based pay is on the horizon for Chief Executives of public sector agencies... more
    Birmingham, Britain's second-largest city, is being forced to dim lights and cut sanitation services due to bankruptcy
    17 Jun: Birmingham was once a powerhouse industrial city but now the UK's second city is a shell of its former self as rubbish lines the streets, the lights stay out and children grow up below the poverty line.... more
    Budget cuts to climate funding mean NZ may now struggle to meet its international obligations
    17 Jun: The government’s priorities are shifting towards adaptation to protect communities, jobs and industries. But the longer we wait to cut emissions, the more the costs of climate change will compound.... more
    The Government says streamlining how granny flats are resourced - won't sacrifice their quality
    17 Jun: The Government says streamlining how granny flats are resourced - won't sacrifice their quality... more
    French snap elections: ‘cohabitation’ could reshuffle the cards between president and prime minister
    17 Jun: As a parliamentary system with a presidency, France is unique: the effective leader is the president when parliament supports him, but in the event of cohabitation, the prime minister calls the shots.... more
    Aucklanders train services will continue to be amiss, as industrial action reaches its second week
    17 Jun: Aucklanders train services will continue to be amiss, as industrial action reaches its second week... more
    A structured literacy advocate says testing needs to be an important part of teaching
    17 Jun: A structured literacy advocate says testing needs to be an important part of teaching... more
    NSW allocates $450 million for more than 400 build-to-rent homes for essential workers
    16 Jun: The Minns government will build apartment blocks for Sydney's essential workers, offering them cheap rent so they're not priced out of the city.... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     29 May: David Seymour is urging students to stay in school tomorrow and not join protests across the country +++++++++++++++++
     26 May: Labour Party Leader Chris Hipkins says charter schools are the wrong way to address outlying students +++++++++++++++
     26 May: Labour says the Government's plan to increase teachers, won't go anywhere near as far as what they did +++++++++++++
     07 Jun: What are the functions of the modern university? 7 answers for the government review ++++++++++++
     28 May: The Foreign Minister has called Te Pati Maori a disgrace to Maori leadership - after it's supported a tangata whenua strike on Budget Thursday +++++++++++
     05 Jun: A political commentator isn't impressed with how an investigation into allegations against Te Pati Maori has been run +++++++++++
     30 May: Hopes key population data released from the Census will be able to influence Government policy +++++++++

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