- Cunliffe: Dotcom’s action’s ‘reprehensible’ –
- Cunliffe: Result not all that bad – Armstrong:
Tax cuts are coming for most New Zealanders … but you’re going to have to wait for three years.The lure of tax cuts was one of the few fresh carrots offered by National in the lead-up to last night’s election, with Prime Minister…
He had just bought his 2012 model Lamborghini, valued at around A$400,000 (NZ$439,000). Yes, thank you for asking, he was insured.
It will be business as usual for National after its historic – and astonishing – election night win.
John Key’s feet will have barely touched the ground from his historic election win before playing host to a clutch of world leaders in New Zealand, possibly including Barack Obama for a round of golf.
If there was a real moment of truth in this election, it came last night. For Prime Minister John Key and National, it showed just how much NZers are behind them.
The vultures are circling around the Labour leader, with the ABC (Anyone But Cunliffe) club mobilising after last night’s result.
Colin Craig’s Conservatives were the fifth-most popular party last night, with 86,000 party votes.