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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…
All Blacks first five-eighth Aaron Cruden has been sensationally left home from the Rugby Championship road trip after a late-night drinking episode in Auckland on Friday.
The PM has already spoken to ACT, United Future and the Maori Party, and could open negotiations today.
Some businesses are relieved the minimum wage won’t see a dramatic increase with the return of a National Government.
One of the central figures in Nicky Hager’s Dirty Politics book, Jason Ede, has quit his job with the National Party.
John Key says growing the economy, reforming the education system and changing the New Zealand flag will be the three primary focuses of his third term as Prime Minister.
The vultures are circling around the Labour leader, with the ABC (Anyone But Cunliffe) club mobilising after last night’s result.