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Clark And Key Continue Campaign Battle

Labour leader Helen Clark and National's John Key are covering as much territory as they can early in the campaign and today they shift the action to Christchurch and Auckland.

Nats Plan Razor Gang To Find Savings In Bureaucracy

National will set up a razor gang of cabinet ministers to trim state sector fat and channel more resources into frontline services, leader John Key says. Mr Key today used a Dunedin campaign stop to detail how National intends to get better value for money out of the public service.

Minor Parties And Unions Criticise Tax Package

Minor parties and trade unions found nothing to praise in National's tax cuts policy. * The Greens described it as "a fake free lunch" which would increase debt, widen the gap between rich and poor and suck resources out of research and science.

Union Says Tax Cuts Will Put Jobs At Risk

Tax cuts will put public servants' jobs at risk, a union says. The Public Service Association is taking out a series of advertisements saying that every 10 cents a year in tax cuts represents the jobs of seven public servants.

Union Says State Workers Not Overpaid

Wellington, Aug 7 NZPA - The union representing public servants is taking issue with a study that found public servants earn more than private sector workers.

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