Gordon Campbell | Parliament TV | Parliament Today | News Video | Crime | Employers | Housing | Immigration | Legal | Local Govt. | Maori | Welfare | Unions | Youth | Search


CCC media advisory: Election progress results out now

Progress results for the 2016 Christchurch City Council election are now available on the Council’s website<ccc.govt.nz/the-council/how-the-council-works/council-elections/2016-electoral-results>.

A news story about the progress results is also available on Newsline<http://www.ccc.govt.nz/the-council/newsline/>. This includes quotes from the successful Mayoral candidate and Electoral Officer Jo Daly.

Preliminary results will be available by midday on Sunday 9 October. Posts on the Council’s Facebook page and Twitter feed will link to the results when they are available. A public notice with the declaration of official results will be issued between 13-19 October.

Please note:
• Progress results mean not all ordinary votes have been counted yet. Results could change.
• Preliminary results mean all ordinary voting papers have been counted but not all special votes. Results could change.
• Official results: all ordinary and special votes have been counted. Results are final.

Results of the Canterbury District Health Board election<http://www.electionz.com/2016lgeresults/EL16DHB818_results.pdf> will be released by their Electoral Officer.
Results of the Environment Canterbury elections<http://www.electionz.com/2016lgeresults/ELT99ECAN16_results.pdf> will be released by their Electoral Officer.

© Scoop Media

Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

Gordon Campbell: On The Erebus Memorial In Parnell

Social media can be a wonderful tool for bringing people together in a common cause. It can also be a seedbed and spreader of mis-information on a community-wide scale. To which category do the protests against the siting of an Erebus memorial (to the 257 New Zealanders who died in that tragedy) in a secluded corner of a Parnell park happen to belong? IMO, it is clearly the latter, and the reasons for thinking so are explained below... More>>


National: Proposed Hate Speech Laws A Step Too Far

Reports of the Government’s proposed new hate speech laws go a step too far and risk sacrificing the freedoms New Zealanders enjoy, National’s Justice spokesperson Simon Bridges says. “The reforms are supposedly including protections to every ... More>>


Agriculture: Government To Phase Out Live Exports By Sea

The Government has announced that the export of livestock by sea will cease following a transition period of up to two years, said Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor. “At the heart of our decision is upholding New Zealand’s reputation for high ... More>>


Norman Gemmell: New Zealand’s New Housing Policy Is Really Just A New Tax Package — And It’s A Shambles

Norman Gemmell , Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington Economists like to talk about “optimal policy instruments” — essentially, policies that achieve their objectives more effectively or efficiently than the alternatives, and ... More>>

Claire Breen: ACC’s Policy Of Not Covering Birth Injuries Is One More Sign The System Is Overdue For Reform

Claire Breen , University of Waikato Recent media coverage of women not being able to get treatment for birth injuries highlights yet another example of gender bias in healthcare in New Zealand. More>>

Police: Police Accept Findings Of IPCA Report Into Photographs Taken At Checkpoint

Police accept the findings of a report by the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) relating to photographs taken at a checkpoint in Northland. On November 16, 2019, Police set up a checkpoint down the road from a fight night event in Ruakaka ... More>>


Health: Drug-Testing Law To Be Made Permanent

Interim legislation that is already proving to keep people safer from drugs will be made permanent, Health Minister Andrew Little says. More>>




InfoPages News Channels