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Te Ururoa Flavell

Parliament has passed a Maori Party bill which changes some of the rules around pokie machines. Te Ururoa Flavell's Gambling Harm Minimisation Bill originally carried strong measures but the Government wouldn't support them. He had the choice of seeing it defeated, or allowing a select committee to gut it. Mr Flavell decided to keep it alive and last night it passed its third reading by 63 votes to 55. Opposition parties opposed it, blaming the government for its meagre ...

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Hone Harawira

Mana Party leader Hone Harawira has been convicted of failing to comply with a police instruction, following a three-day hearing over an incident during an Auckland protest. The Te Tai Tokerau MP was fined $500 in Auckland District Court on Thursday, after representing himself for the duration of the trial. Harawira was defending one Land Transport Act charge of failing to comply with an instruction to move his car at the protest against the removal of a state house in Glen Innes in ...

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Winston Peters

The Fiji military is accusing Winston Peters of lying. It's over Mr Peters' claims the Government co-operated with Fiji's military regime when the SIS "raided" a New Zealand-based member of the Fiji Freedom and Democracy Movement last year. He says the raid took place after the Government received "fictitious" information about an assassination plot aimed at military leader Frank Bainimarama. ... By: Sam Thompson September 6 2013 Read more: www.newstalkzb.co.nz 2013-09-30

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Jerry Mateparae

New Zealand's new Governor-General, Sir Jerry Mateparae, gives his first New Year message in a tradition started by his predecessor Sir Anand Satyanand. Kia ora. Nga mihi o te tau hou. Greetings to you all for the New Year. It's an honour, as Governor-General and representative of Her Majesty the Queen of New Zealand, to give my first New Year message. The start of the year is a time when most of us take a break, catch up with family and friends and enjoy the long summer days. It's also ...

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New Zealand First

Rt Hon Winston Peters has challenged the Prime Minister to publicly explain the concessions New Zealand is secretly making at the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) negotiations. The last round of talks is being held in Brunei and the details of the TPPA are being kept secret. In Parliament today Mr Peters asked John Key if his Trade Minister had told him if the secret pages of the TPPA contained clauses that allowed foreign companies to sue New Zealand if they felt ...

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Pol. situation in New Zealand

The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) strongly supports the United Nation's declaration this week calling for a multifaceted campaign to combat non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and urges the Government to invest more in preventative health measures. NCDs include cancers, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes. "Some of these diseases are largely preventable as they are strongly associated with diet and lifestyle," says NZMA Chair Dr Paul Ockelford. "The UN has urged collaboration by ...

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Pol. situation in New Zealand

"Dysfunctional" parts of the insurance market need more time to re-enter the fray before the Government intervenes, Prime Minister John Key says. Labour announced yesterday an alternative plan for Canterbury's earthquake recovery. It included $100 million to top up payouts for quake-damaged homes that were improved after the Government's valuation date of 2007. It also suggested measures designed to "resolve the insurance gridlock". Labour would set up an insurance commissioner to deal ...

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Pol. situation in New Zealand

Today is annual Suffrage Day and the only woman on Tauranga City Council, Catherine Stewart, says it is a day to remember as bringing the female voice to the table was key. This is Catherine’s second term as a Tauranga City Councillor and in her four years as an elected member she has been the only female to be elected to the council. “Women definitely see things differently than men, so it is important to have a female voice on council. I think you need that balance in any ...

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Gareth Hughes

MP Gareth Hughes will have plastic surgery to repair a badly broken nose, busted while playing for the Parliamentary Rugby XV. Hughes, the only Green Party MP in the side, suffered the injury on Monday in a game against a Diplomatic Corps XV in Wellington. The match was a warm-up for the Parliamentary World Cup, starting next Sunday. The broken nose forced him out of yesterday's game against a West Coast invitational team in Greymouth – won by the Coasters 12-0. "I got the ball out ...

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Wayne Mapp

DR WAYNE MAPP interviewed by GUYON ESPINER GUYON If we look back to Anzac Day and look at the battle of 1915 when you look at more than 2700 young New Zealand men losing their lives in that battle, nearly 100 years on, what is it that we are commemorating there? Are we commemorating sacrifice, independence, the birth of a nation? What are we actually commemorating when we celebrate Anzac Day? WAYNE MAPP – Defence MinisterI think it’s all of that, in fact. If you think of the ...

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John Boscawen

Minister of Consumer Affairs John Boscawen was today pleased to announce that the Consumer Law Reform Bill has been approved by Cabinet and will be tabled in Parliament for consideration when the House reconvenes early next month. “ACT and National in Government are committed to ensuring that New Zealand consumer law is effective and workable. The Consumer Law Reform Bill delivers on that commitment,” Mr Boscawen said. “This Bill represents the most significant changes to ...

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Annette King

Government funding ceases from next July for the 21-year Growing Up in New Zealand study, placing it in jeopardy, according to Labour deputy leader Annette King.Families and data will be lost from the study, Ms King said in Parliament this afternoon.The study was commissioned by the Social Development Ministry in 2008 under the Labour-led Government. The shortfall in Government investment comes before the study is fully established and able to attract other investors.Ms Annette King quizzed ...

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Simon Power

Justice Minister Simon Power has raised the white flag on his controversial criminal justice reforms, committing to preserving the right to silence and substantially watering down other aspects to pass the bill with cross-party support. The concessions - which include compromises with the Labour Party on the rules around jury trials, having a trial proceed in the absence of the accused, and the ability of the court to impose fines - follow a week of intense and fast-moving negotiations with ...

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Metiria Turei

Greens co-leader Metiria Turei says it's time to drop the charges against the remaining members of the Urewera 18. The High Court this week dismissed charges against 13 of the defendants when the prosecution said it would not present evidence on firearms charges arising from alleged military style training camps in 2007. Ms Turei says keeping charges alive against four defendants including Tuhoe activist Tame Iti looks like a desperate attempt by the Crown and police to save face for ...

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Anand Satyanand

Doctors have ordered the Governor-General, Sir Anand Satyanand, to spend a few more days in hospital. Sir Anand was admitted to Auckland City Hospital on Monday morning after struggling with a chest infection. Government House public affairs manager Antony Paltridge said Sir Anand was "on the mend" but was not yet ready to return home. "His doctors have recommended he stay in hospital for a couple more days. We can't say much more than that at this stage." Paltridge said he was unsure ...

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Jim Anderton

Jim Anderton is retiring at the election, but he's just posted the policy he hopes will be his legacy:a plan for free, universal dental care in New Zealand. Currently, 44% of us never see a dentist, and there are significant access problems for pensioners and the poor. Meanwhile, increased rates of obesity and diabetes - both of which are linked to dental decay - mean that these problems are likely to increase. Anderton estimates the total cost of free universal dental care at between $670 ...

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Peter Dunne

Hon Peter Dunne, Associate Minister of Health Address to NZ Healthcare Summit 2011 Rendezvous Hotel, Auckland Wednesday, 21 September 2011 Good morning and thank you for inviting me to speak at this Healthcare Summit. This is now the third year that I have spoken at this event, and I am pleased to see that it has become a regular fixture on the health sector calendar because it is an important event each year. I am also delighted to see so many people involved in providing and managing ...

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Phil Goff

Phil Goff isn't sure whether he believes in God, so he doesn't pray. Has he felt like praying sometimes, though? The politician gets the point and laughs. "I think people are put on earth, or are on earth, to determine their own fate," he says. Forging his fate as opposition leader, of course, hasn't turned out so well. "Being leader of the Labour Party is a huge privilege," he says, leaning back in the sunshine. "But being leader of the opposition is a pain in the arse." The trouble is ...

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United Future New Zealand

Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for inviting me to speak at your conference. I am delighted to be here today with members of United Future New Zealand. I want to acknowledge my hard-working and effective ministerial colleague – and Leader of United Future – the Honourable Peter Dunne. Peter, it’s great to be working alongside you. Over the past three years, I have been privileged to lead this stable, National-led Government, with three strong support partners: ACT, the ...

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United Future New Zealand

United Future's named seven more candidates for this year's election. Kiwirail supervisor Damian Light is to stand for North Shore, anti 1080 campaigner and convicted bank robber Clyde Graf will run for Coromandel, and fishing guide Alan Simmons will contest Taupo. Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand chief executive Sultan Eusoff is to run in Palmerston North, while Rob Eaddy, a former chief of staff for former Prime Minister Jim Bolger is standing in Hutt South. Meanwhile, ...

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