OPINION: ‘New Zealand is not a democracy’

By Ian Sampson Most people have the mistaken belief that New Zealand is a democratic country. New Zealand has not been a democracy since the 1930s,...

OPINION: ‘Economy and Kiwis’ future key focus’

By Simeon Brown 2020 has been one of the toughest years in living memory for many of us as the Covid-19 pandemic has ravaged the...

Damien Smith: ‘Gap between doers and talkers’

Damien Smith, the Act Party's candidate in the Botany electorate at this year's general election, says he wanted to stand in Botany because this...

Ross files injunction application against MediaWorks

The co-leaders of Advance NZ, Jami-Lee Ross and Billy Te Kahika, today filed an urgent interlocutory injunction application in the Auckland High Court against...

Botany candidates go head-to-head

All systems are go to have Naisi Chen (Labour) and Christopher Luxon (National), the two Botany electorate candidates, appear at the Life Growth Community...

Luxon: We don’t want our children paying the price

In my view, this election ultimately all boils down to the economy - how it affects you and who will best lead us through...

Jami-Lee Ross not contesting Botany seat

EXCLUSIVE Independent MP Jami-Lee Ross is not contesting the Botany seat in the General Election in October. The former National front bencher who fell out spectacularly...

NZ ELECTION 2020: Taking Botany candidates for a spin

Naisi Chen (Labour), Jami Lee-Ross (Advance NZ) and Christopher Luxon (National) will be answering questions from the public at the Botany Meet-the-Candidates evening on...

Howick Youth Council holds community election forums

A series of community election forums for local parliamentary candidates is set to be hosted by the Howick Youth Council (HYC) for the Botany...

Henry aiming for party votes

It comes as a bit of a surprise when 32-year-old Labour Party candidate for Pakuranga says that she has been in politics for 10...

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