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"We won, you lost. Eat it!", Michael Cullen's line sums up the coalition: arrogant. "It was not a mistake, we just didn't know what we were doing" from the Green's Rod Donald, needs no explanation. "Solidarity forever, the ...
- Prime Minister Helen Clark is still the preferred Prime Minister, but has dropped to 36 percent.
Christine Maggiore is a different kind of AIDS activist—one who tells people to forget safe sex and stop taking their lifesaving drugs. Why?
Young Labour and Staunch Alliance have taken the unprecedented step of issuing the following joint statement in reaction to the actions of the Labour and Alliance parties on Wednesday night in voting against a Private Members' Bill which would have reinstated ...
15: TV3 News
Russian Submarine – CM Research Poll – David Bain – Floods – Tanker Crash – Doctors Strike
Tri-Nations test series All Blacks v Springboks Saturday, 19 August, 2000 Ellis Park, Johannesburg
Russian Sub – Floods – Manslaughter Trial – Junior Doctors’ Strike – Diving Accident – Woods Win – Superannuation – Defense Spending – Maori Family Violence – Hostages Freed – Farmers Murdered
The year 2000 began as a time of hope. A time when new things felt possible.
The National Party's obsession with Helen Clark and her government is deepening judging by events at its annual conference, Dunedin North MP and Labour Party strategist Pete Hodgson said today.
Usually reliable sources have told ACT that the Cabinet has already made a decision to scrap the proposed Orion upgrade, said ACT Leader, Hon Richard Prebble.
On 24th July 2000, the Minister of Conservation announced that an independent panel will review the future of Timberlands West Coast Ltd (TWCL) areas of native forest during August and September 2000. The announcement identified the composition of ...
The passage of the Employment Relations Bill was an unedifying affair best described by a Special Disaster Edition of From the Plains of the Serengeti (see below). But the Government’s justification of itself does deserve some comment.
Jenny Shipley’s admission “They Made Mistakes” in their treatment of the elderly while in government demonstrates delayed political nous, but Grey Power Manawatu asks;
National's Justice spokesman Tony Ryall says the increased number of de facto and gay couples trying to opt out of matrimonial property laws may be wasting their money.
The Orion aircraft are perhaps the most useful piece of equipment that the New Zealand Defence Force owns, said ACT Leader, Hon Richard Prebble.
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