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The number of seats in Parliament will be 121, not the 122 seats predicted on election night.
The Chief Electoral Officer has released the final election results that confirm Labour is the party with the most votes and takes 50 MPs into the new Parliament. National loses one MP achieving a final election result with 48 MPs in its caucus. ...
Speaking notes for National Party Leader Don Brash, National Party Caucus Room, Old Parliament Buildings, Wellington.
Richard Ehrlich reports that U.S. troops in Iraq have traded hundreds of images of mutilated corpses in exchange for free online pornography, according to the owner of a Web site investigated by the Pentagon.
Prime Minister Helen Clark today welcomed the confirmation of the election night results, and a final vote for Labour which saw it poll within 0.16 per cent of its share of the 2002 vote.
The Green Party is disappointed the party was just 1,246 votes short of getting a seventh MP in the next Parliament, but is pleased the final election results confirm Helen Clark will be the next Prime Minister of New Zealand.
National Leader Don Brash today conceded election defeat and confirmed that the National Party caucus re-elected him as leader and that he intends to remain in that role. Audio includes Brash press gallery speech and answers to questions from the gallery ...
(Images courtesy of New Zealand Defence) Yesterday The Duke of York, Prince Andrew, arrived at Linton Camp by helicopter and faced an energised Powhiri led by the 2nd Logistic Battalion Maori culture group.
I arrived home on Sunday from the peace and social justice rally in Washington DC and began reflecting. As my mind sifted through the barrage of information which came at me over the course of the weekend, and the information I absorbed while reading ...
The Royal New Zealand SPCA has expressed outrage at a hoax posting on the ‘Trade Me’ website, offering a dolphin for sale by auction.
Simon Pound conducted an excellent interview on The Wire with National Party historian Barry Gustafson, regarding the moderate pushback within the party: NATFORT and all that.
Donna Awatere Huata was this afternoon sentenced to two years nine months imprisonment after being convicted on a series of fraud and theft charges. Awatere Huata's husband Wi Huata was sentenced to two years imprisonment for his role in the fraud.
The Maori Party made a commitment before the General Election, that whatever governing arrangements were discussed with the Party, post-election, the members would be fully consulted on before any decisions confirmed.
One thing for sure, Labour scored a pyrrhic victory. Although the special votes have yet to be counted they are unlikely to change the flavour of Parliament. Whatever the coalition/supply and confidence/or abstention arrangements, a difficult time ...
More Than 2000 People Attended This Year's Triangle Television Mr India Nz Contest. Now The Rest Of Auckland Can Also Enjoy This Cultural Feast - On Their Screens At Home.
Maori Television rejects the claims being made by Metiria Turei regarding its employment practices. Ms Turei is uninformed and her comments are without foundation, inflammatory and deliberately misleading.
In this report: - Activist Attorney Paul Lehto Makes a Strong Case - VotersUnite.Org's Theisen Explains How Citizens have "Outsourced" the Voting and Tabulation Process to Corporations - A Huge Opportunity in New Mexico and Three Weeks to Raise the Money ...
Around 28,000 families will be eligible for extra help with child care costs from Monday, Social Development and Employment Minister Steve Maharey said today.
The Chief Electoral Office is making good progress with the official count and results process for the 2005 General Election.
Special vote caclulator By Douglas Bagnall Click to view.... http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0509/S00316.htm
An amazing number of Kiwis have changed the world. Find out which one is the greatest in New Zealand's Top 100 History Makers, Prime's new local seven-part series. The countdown begins at 7:30pm this Thursday, 6 October.
The New Zealand Seafood Industry Council is pleased to see that the Minister's decisions reflect the importance of sharing the responsibility for sustainable management between the commercial, recreational and customary fisheries said New Zealand Seafood Industry ...
AUCKLAND, 30 September 2005: Biomatters Ltd, an Auckland company developing world-leading software that dramatically shortens the time needed for computer based biological research, has secured commitments for a further $1 million over the last six weeks, ...
The Commerce Commission has received an application from Energy Market Services Limited (EMS) seeking clearance to acquire all of the shares of The Marketplace Company (M-co).
HappyClappingHomos.com would like to point out an obvious irony that the Maxim Institute has missed in their tribute to the late Simon Wiesenthal. It has been stated several times by the Maxim Institute that it is just to discriminate against certain types ...
The Eco-Forestry Forum is backing the call from the Forest Industries Association for tougher action on illegal logging.
On Monday the IRA announced it has completed its final disarmament; a bittersweet victory for the people of Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland as faced significant conflict, especially since the 1960s. At times its terror has reached as far as London. ...
Leading Australian and New Zealand bakery franchise operator Brumby's Bakeries today pledged to maintain its current bread prices despite the increased cost of petrol.
Willie Davis, 21, of Eastbourne, Wellington has won the Registered Master Builders Carters 2005 Apprentice of the Year competition for the Wellington Region.
Listed biotechnology company BLIS Technologies, best known for its BLIS K12 Throat Guard, is about to launch its fourth product; a Fresh Breath Kit designed especially for people suffering from chronic bad breath.