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    Frustration as the Government doesn't put its foot down on asking petrol companies to display premium petrol prices
     27 February 2020
    Frustration as the Government doesn't put its foot down on asking petrol companies to display premium petrol prices
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    Warnings from a justice advocacy group... systemic bias is harming Maori
    27 Feb: Warnings from a justice advocacy group... systemic bias is harming Maori... more
    An eighty million dollar lawsuit against ANZ will begin next week
    26 Feb: An eighty million dollar lawsuit against ANZ will begin next week... more
    Leaked emails reveal Wellington's mayor and new council boss are coming under pressure to publicly front up, as the city's water woes reach 'crisis point'
    26 Feb: Leaked emails reveal Wellington's mayor and new council boss are coming under pressure to publicly front up, as the city's water woes reach 'crisis point'... more
    A defence lawyer says the Government has an obligation to rehabilitate prisoners, including letting them vote
    26 Feb: A defence lawyer says the Government has an obligation to rehabilitate prisoners, including letting them vote... more
    The Greens candidate standing in the Prime Minister's Mt Albert electorate, thinks prisoners should have the right to vote
    26 Feb: The Greens candidate standing in the Prime Minister's Mt Albert electorate, thinks prisoners should have the right to vote... more
    Wellington's National War Memorial reopened two years ago, despite suspicions it was earthquake prone
    25 Feb: Wellington's National War Memorial reopened two years ago, despite suspicions it was earthquake prone... more
    More than five thousand people have signed a petition calling on Queenstown's mayor to make rental car companies accountable for drivers
    25 Feb: More than five thousand people have signed a petition calling on Queenstown's mayor to make rental car companies accountable for drivers... more
    China is allocating 99.5 billion yuan -- or 22.3-billion-NZ-dollars -- to curb the coronavirus outbreak.
    24 Feb: China is allocating 99.5 billion yuan -- or 22.3-billion-NZ-dollars -- to curb the coronavirus outbreak.... more
    The Social Development Minister says boosting benefit payments is an enduring change for Kiwis
    24 Feb: The Social Development Minister says boosting benefit payments is an enduring change for Kiwis... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     14 Mar: Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is stepping down from the company's board... to concentrate on his philanthropic work +++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Mar: Coronavirus has shown Australian travellers have too high expectations of how the Government can help ++++++++++++++++++
     23 Mar: Moving GP consultations online is being seen as a crucial way to prevent community transmission of Covid-19 +++++++++++++++
     09 Mar: Support for a new secondary school assessment system ++++++++++++
     05 Mar: Coronavirus thwarts Jock Palfreeman's chance to talk to European Parliament +++++++++++
     08 Mar: Ngai Tahu's digital atlas of the original Maori names for the South Island can now be used to teach intermediate and early secondary school students about colonisation ++++++++++
     27 Mar: Kiwis are being told to use their own judgement, as confusion continues around what people can do during the lock down, +++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      1 Apr: League - ffa chief calls for end to 'politics of old' as a-league pay dispute intensifies (Stuff.co.nz)
      1 Apr: Mike hosking: politics is creeping into covid 19 coronavirus response (NZ Herald)
      29 Mar: Letters: prime minister must look after herself to take care of country (NZ Herald)
      28 Mar: Coronavirus: nz's lockdown and the politics of sacrifice (Stuff.co.nz)
      26 Mar: Lockdown boost for radio as streaming stalls (BBCWorld)
      24 Mar: Barry soper: no place for politics in ghastly covid-19 situation (NZ Herald)
      21 Mar: Coronavirus: thought you knew kiwi politics? forget it (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Mar: Coronavirus: the business of sport is left exposed as covid-19 takes hold (Stuff.co.nz)
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    Entertainment:
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    Living & Travel:
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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Irina Shayk has been "hanging out" with Vito Schnabel during the coronavirus pandemic 8:17

    International:
    China's coronavirus supplies are being rejected — how do we ensure quality in a pandemic? 8:17

    Rugby:
    The Crusaders sponsors appear to be in for the long haul 8:17

    Cricket:
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    Health & Safety:
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