Election 2014


John Key hits out at ‘stealing of election’

Prime Minister John Key yesterday hit back hard over the Dirty Politics allegations against him and his Government, warning that a hacker and the political left were “trying to take an election off New Zealanders”.Mr Key’s fightback…


Key hits out at ‘stealing of election’

Prime Minister John Key yesterday hit back hard over the Dirty Politics allegations against him and his Government, warning that a hacker and the political left were “trying to take an election off New Zealanders”.Mr Key’s fightback…


Labour’s free GP scheme flops as support among pensioners shows big drop

The difference between you and an MP

This is Ours – the voices of our generation this election. Between now and polling day, we’re finding out what matters most to young people in New Zealand.Both here at the Herald and at Ours.co.nz ,




National


Flight cost causes outrage

A Nelson woman wants to see greater competition on air services between here and Dunedin, after forking out $1352 for return airfares for herself and her husband to fly to a funeral.


Apple iPhone 6 screen snag leaves supply chain scrambling

Suppliers to Apple are scrambling to get enough screens ready for the new iPhone 6 smartphone as the need to redesign a key component disrupts panel production ahead of next month’s expected launch, supply chain sources say.


Delving into Dirty Politics

Wellington city street closed after gas smell

A suspected gas leak led to a busy Wellington street being cordoned off for more than an hour.




Politics


Things we learned about Laila Harré

Laila Harré is the leader of the country’s newest political party and she’s also the latest to take part in the 3 News Ask Me Anything.


Classroom debate heats up

Yesterday NZEI members voted to reject National’s flagship Investing in Educational Success proposal – 93 percent of members voted against the policy.


How fast is too fast for Kiwi roads?

Labour promises 3000 jobs for Otago

Labour is promising to create 3000 more jobs in Otago within three years if it wins the election.








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