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Peters accuses Government of pandering to Maori

Peters accuses Government of pandering to Maori
Wellington, May 28 NZPA - New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is out to get National voters disillusioned with the Government's handling of Maori issues.

Peter Wilson: UN Declaration Surrounded By Confusion

Surprising misconceptions and startling contradictions surround the Government's affirmation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

IRB Announcement Imminent

IRB Announcement Imminent
Wellington, Dec 8 NZPA - Rugby World Cup Minister Murray McCully said an announcement on a deal to screen 2011 Rugby World Cup games is likely this week.

All Parties Happy With Rugby Broadcasting Deal - Key

All Parties Happy With Rugby Broadcasting Deal - Key
Wellington, Nov 24 NZPA - The International Rugby Board (IRB) and broadcasters are comfortable with an agreement on local television coverage of the 2011 Rugby World Cup about to be signed, Prime Minister John Key says.

Deal With IRB Close To Being Signed, Key Says

Deal With IRB Close To Being Signed, Key Says
Wellington, Nov 23 NZPA - An agreement with the International Rugby Board on local television coverage of the 2011 Rugby World Cup is expected to be signed this week, Prime Minister John Key says.

Key Denies Political Interference On MTS Rugby Cup Deal

Key Denies Political Interference On MTS Rugby Cup Deal
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Wellington, Nov 18 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key disagrees there was too much political interference over Maori Television's (MTS) bid to broadcast the free-to-air Rugby World Cup games.

Papers Show Battle For The Rwc Rights

By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, Nov 5 NZPA - Papers released today reveal the extent of political infighting over Maori Television's (MTS) bid for the 2011 Rugby World Cup free-to-air television rights.

Winners And Losers One Year On From Election

Winners And Losers One Year On From Election
Some MPs could try harder, some get a gold star and one or two have not achieved on NZPA's report card one year on from National's election victory. MAGGIE TAIT rates the performances.

Poll Shows Opinion Split On MTS Leading Bid

Poll Shows Opinion Split On MTS Leading Bid
Wellington, Nov 4 NZPA - Opinion is fairly evenly split on Maori Television (MTS) leading the bid for Rugby World Cup free to air matches, a new poll shows.

Key Still Keen On Silver Fern Design For RWC Volunteers

Key Still Keen On Silver Fern Design For RWC Volunteers
Wellington, Oct 22 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key says the silver fern should be displayed on 2011 Rugby World Cup volunteers' uniforms and New Zealand would continue to push for that.

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