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Key Announces Maori Jobs Forum At Ratana

Key Announces Maori Jobs Forum At Ratana
By Grant Fleming of NZPA Ratana, Jan 23 NZPA - Maori will have their own jobs forum as a forerunner to the Government's February jobs summit, Prime Minister John Key says.

Key Welcomes SSC Stance On Wages

Key Welcomes SSC Stance On Wages
Wellington, Jan 23 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key has welcomed the State Services Commission indication that executives would not get large pay rises.

Goff Spells Out Labour's Record At Ratana

Goff Spells Out Labour's Record At Ratana
By Grant Fleming of NZPA Ratana, Jan 23 NZPA - Labour leader Phil Goff has used the annual political pilgrimage to Ratana to spell out his party's record for Maori and question the Government's ability to deliver on its promises.

Lab/Nat MPs Agree On MPs' Pay Freeze But Not How To Achieve It

Lab/Nat MPs Agree On MPs' Pay Freeze But Not How To Achieve It
Wellington, Jan 22 NZPA - Labour leader Phil Goff is calling for a law change to allow the Remuneration Authority to freeze MPs' pay but the Government says that step is unnecessary and has asked the authority to act.

Labour Calls For Law Change To Enable MPs' Pay Freeze

Labour Calls For Law Change To Enable MPs' Pay Freeze
Wellington, Jan 22 NZPA - Labour leader Phil Goff says if Prime Minister John Key is serious about freezing MPs pay he should change the law.

Large Political Contingents Head To Ratana

Large Political Contingents Head To Ratana
Wellington, Jan 22 NZPA - Government and Labour MPs will be out in force tomorrow as they make their annual pilgrimage to Ratana to woo Maori.

Greens/Labour Say Obama Has Green Message National Should Hear

Greens/Labour Say Obama Has Green Message National Should Hear
Wellington, Jan 21 NZPA - Political parties welcomed Barack Obama's inauguration today but Labour and the Greens also used his speech to criticise the new National Government over climate policy. Obama was sworn in as the 44th US president about 6am (NZT) in Washington.

NZ Politial Leaders Welcome Inauguration

NZ Politial Leaders Welcome Inauguration
Wellington, Jan 21 NZPA - New Zealand political leaders have welcomed Barack Obama's inauguration as United States president. Obama was sworn in as the 44th US president about 6am (NZT) in Washington today.

Govt To Attend Ratana In Force

Wellington, Jan 20 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key and almost half his 58 MPs will attend Ratana celebrations this year in a show of "commitment" towards Maori.

Peter Wilson: There's Only One Big Issue On John Key's Mind

Peter Wilson: There's Only One Big Issue On John Key's Mind
Recession? What recession? With the country still mostly in a holiday mood it doesn't seem to have sunk in that this year is going to be a really tough one.

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