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Election 2020:One seat can make a difference

The 1 News Colmar Brunton political poll on Monday night shows just how much of a difference a single seat in the Parliament can...

Jami-Lee : Local people deserve a strong local voice

OPINION These columns are usually a welcome chance to raise a local issue, or a question under debate and offer some local thoughts. While it’s...

Botany needs a park and ride – MP

The full potential of two major public transport initiatives in East Auckland will only be realised if a park and ride facility is established...

A year of action and progress

Since returning to Parliament at the start of the year, I’ve spent a lot of time talking to locals and knocking on thousands of...

Lyon seeks nomination for Botany

By Jim Birchall The first confirmed name to contest the nomination for the National Party candidacy for Botany is Stephen Lyon. Lyon is the owner of...

Balance needed in gun law reforms

This week the Parliament began debating the second round of the Government’s proposed changes to New Zealand’s gun laws. These changes were drafted following the...

Call for donation law reform

New Zealand’s politicians are grappling with the important issue of how to protect the country’s democracy from the threat of foreign influence. Parliament’s Justice Committee...

MP: It’s time to ban cockle gathering

A popular east Auckland beach should be closed to shellfish gathering so its cockle population can recover from over-harvesting. That’s the view of Botany MP...

New Zealand First accepts Jami-Lee Ross’ proxy vote

New Zealand First has accepted Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross' proxy vote. The party - part of the Government's coalition - received a letter from Ross...

Ross: There are alternatives to new taxes

        Last week, Auckland Council voted 13-7 to keep pressing forward in their attempt to impose a new regional fuel tax on Auckland. National has consistently...


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