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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…
Embattled former minister Judith Collins’ majority in Papakura has almost halved.
Labour has a dose of the big city blues, with voter support running for the hills in what were once its strongholds.
Prime Minister-elect John Key has started putting together his third government after a decisive election victory last night.
David Cunliffe is determined to stay on as Labour leader, but says he is up for another leadership challenge should there be one.
Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell says there’s every possibility of him becoming Maori Affairs Minister.
“While it’s true that we may not have changed the Government tonight, we have proven that we can make history.”