Voting in an Election

Voting in a General Election begins two weeks before Election Day (September 11). You can vote whenever is convenient for you. To be eligible to...

Kang quiet on commission investigation

Wetex Kang, the Maori Party candidate standing in the Botany electorate in the General Election this month, is not commenting about allegations he offered...

Time running out to make voting easy

Time is running out for people wanting to make voting easy in the 23 September general election. Around 450,000 eligible New Zealanders still haven’t enrolled...

Ross back in Botany

Jami-Lee Ross says he feels a bit like ‘mother hen’ during his first week back in parliament. The Botany MP has been re-elected by a...

Details of your local ‘meet the candidate’ meetings

Welcome to part three of the Times’ General Election coverage. Numerous groups are hosting election meetings featuring various candidates. The Times will be attending two...

Damian Light is the new United Future party leader

United Future has a new leader – and it’s one of our very own. Botany candidate Damian Light has been appointed new leader following the...

Confident, determined and ready to serve

Jami-Lee Ross is no stranger to politics.  He’s confident, he’s determined and he knows what he wants. He first stood for local council in 2004...

Local candidates respond to election results

Julie Zhu-local candidate for Green Party in Botany “I am definitely disappointed to see that only two per cent of local voters decided to vote...

‘We want this vote because we’re working for it’ – Brown

Simeon Brown was just 17 when he set his sights on parliament. It was 2008 and after watching in admiration as his grandfather sat on...

Kang cleared of bribery

The Electoral Commission has cleared Maori Party candidate Wetex Kang of a bribery allegation. Maori party president Tukoroirangi Morgan  accused the New Zealand Herald “beefed...

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