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National Party More Popular Than On Election Night: Poll

National Party More Popular Than On Election Night: Poll
Auckland, Oct 31 NZPA - A year after the elections, the popularity of Prime Minister John Key and his National Government remains high.

Rodney Hide Takes Partner On Taxpayer Funded Trips

Rodney Hide Takes Partner On Taxpayer Funded Trips
Wellington, Oct 30 NZPA - The taxpayer paid for ACT leader Rodney Hide to take his girlfriend on an overseas trip. The second disclosure of MPs' expenses was released yesterday. It covered the July 1 to September 30 period.

Fern The New Target In World Cup

Fern The New Target In World Cup
Wellington, Oct 22 NZPA - First it was which channel the Rugby World Cup games would be shown on, now the argument has turned to a silver fern emblem. Rugby World Cup Minister Murray McCully wanted the silver fern to be added to Rugby World Cup volunteers' uniforms.

Police Investigation Into MP Appears To Have Closed

Police Investigation Into MP Appears To Have Closed
Wellington, Oct 16 NZPA - Police appear to have cleared National MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi over immigration allegations. Mr Bakshi has denied allegations he accepted money for false job offers to bolster Indian immigrant applications.

Please Sir, Can I Have $40b

Please Sir, Can I Have $40b
Wellington, Oct 13 NZPA - Finance Minister Bill English visited investor markets in Hong Kong and London and asked to borrow $40 billion.

TVNZ Counter Bids For Rugby World Cup Games

TVNZ Counter Bids For Rugby World Cup Games
Wellington, Oct 13 NZPA - Television New Zealand (TVNZ) has offered a new bid to show the free-to-air Rugby World Cup games. The bid follows a $3 million offer by Maori Television (MTS).

Finance Minister Raised Concerns About TPK Funding Of MTS Bid

Finance Minister Raised Concerns About TPK Funding Of MTS Bid
Wellington, Oct 9 NZPA - Finance Minister Bill English raised concerns about taxpayer funds for Maori development being used for a Maori Television bid to screen Rugby World Cup games, it was reported today.

Sharples Defends MTS Bid For Rugby World Cup Free-To-Air Rights

Sharples Defends MTS Bid For Rugby World Cup Free-To-Air Rights
Wellington, Oct 5 NZPA - Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples is defending Maori Television's bid to obtain rights to screen Rugby World Cup games.

MTS World Cup Bid `Plain Stupid', Labour Says

MTS World Cup Bid `Plain Stupid', Labour Says
Wellington, Oct 2 NZPA - A taxpayer-funded Maori Television Service (MTS) bid to screen free-to-air Rugby World Cup matches has been described as "plain stupid" by the Labour Party.

Sharples Backs MTS Bid To Broadcast Rugby World Cup

Sharples Backs MTS Bid To Broadcast Rugby World Cup
Wellington, Oct 2 NZPA - Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples is backing a Maori Television Service (MTS) bid for the 2011 Rugby World Cup's free-to-air broadcast rights, it was reported today.

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