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Govt Puts Brains, Ahead Of Bricks

Govt Puts Brains, Ahead Of Bricks
By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, May 28 NZPA - Cash-strapped, the Government has pushed most of its new investment in education toward increasing brain power, rather than bricks and mortar capital expenditure.

More Police, More Prisons, Help For Parole

More Police, More Prisons, Help For Parole
By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, May 28 NZPA - More police on the beat, more double bunking at prisons to lock up those they catch, and help for the Parole Board all feature in today's budget.

Trade Minister Off To Examine Slippery Slope Of World Economy

Trade Minister Off To Examine Slippery Slope Of World Economy
By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Jan 26 NZPA - Trade Minister Tim Groser heads for luxury Swiss ski resort Davos tomorrow, with the slumping world economy the only slippery slope he is likely to examine closely.

Baimimarama Would Not Like Ticking Off By The Forum, Key Says

Baimimarama Would Not Like Ticking Off By The Forum, Key Says
By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Jan 26 NZPA - Self-appointed Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe (Frank) Bainimarama would not like a dressing down from the Pacific Islands Forum, Prime Minister John Key said today.

Improvements To Clogged Motorway Put In The Fast Lane

By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Jan 26 NZPA - Improvements to the new toll road north of Auckland have been shot into the fast lane by miffed Prime Minister John Key, after traffic jams clogged it at the weekend.

Farewell Sir Ed

By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Dec 16 NZPA - This was the year New Zealand lost its most famous and treasured citizen, notched its greatest day at an Olympic Games, and voted for a change of Government.

Farewell Sir Ed

By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Dec 16 NZPA - This was the year New Zealand lost its most famous and treasured citizen, notched its greatest day at an Olympic Games, and voted for a change of Government.

It's Hard To Believe, But Winston's Gone

By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Nov 9 NZPA - Twenty nine years after fighting his way into Parliament on a court-ordered recount, Winston Peters was yesterday voted back into the wilderness.

Peters Braves The Pitbulls Of Taita

Peters Braves The Pitbulls Of Taita
Wellington, Nov 6 NZPA - Even as his silver ministerial BMW cruised past gang houses and pitbulls in Taita today, New Zealand First leader Winston Peters was being labelled a quitter.

Horse Race That Stops Two Nations, Stops Politicians Too

(correcting h1563, spelling of Nom du Jeu) (Eds: Pix available nzpaimages.co.nz) By Kevin Norquay of NZPA

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