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Minor Leaders Spar In Televised Debate

New Zealand's handling of the global economic crisis, and potential coalition partners after the election dominated TVNZ's minor parties election debate tonight. The leaders of the six minor parliamentary parties took the stage in their only televised debate of the campaign.

Tactical Voting Could Decide Election Outcome

By Peter Wilson, NZPA Political Editor

A neat, almost stand-alone National-led government or a left-wing conglomerate stitched together by the Labour Party?

United Future Backs National, Jilts Labour

United Future Backs National, Jilts Labour
United Future leader Peter Dunne has thrown his support behind National, but Labour leader Helen Clark says his decision is unlikely to sway the election.

United Future Backs National, Jilts Labour

United Future leader Peter Dunne has thrown his support behind National, but Labour leader Helen Clark says his decision is unlikely to sway the election.

Key Warns Of 'Monster' As Polls Give Left A Boost

Opinion polls showing the Greens and New Zealand First gaining support are indicating the election could go either way. While National still leads Labour in all the surveys, Helen Clark could be in a position to pull a majority together with the backing of the minor parties.

Peters Gets Some Campaign Bonus Points

Peters Gets Some Campaign Bonus Points
New Zealand First was today's campaign winner with a double dose of good news.

NZ First Pays $78,000 To RSA Survivor

NZ First Pays $78,000 To RSA Survivor
New Zealand First has revealed it gave $78,000 to help the survivor of the brutal Auckland RSA triple murder who is suing the Corrections Department.

Happy Hide Confident Of Keeping Epsom

Happy Hide Confident Of Keeping Epsom
ACT Leader Rodney Hide cuts a confident figure walking the streets of Newmarket. At home in his Epsom electorate most people are happy to shake his hand and many swear they will be voting for him and his party on November 8.

Electoral Commission Clear NZ First

Electoral Commission Clear NZ First
New Zealand First secretary Anne Martin was aware of an $80,000 donation to the party which she did not declare, leader Winston Peters said this morning.

Act Uses Coffins To Publicise Its Zero Tolerance Policies

Act Uses Coffins To Publicise Its Zero Tolerance Policies
The ACT Party put 77 coffins outside Auckland's Mount Eden Prison today and said they represented innocent people murdered by offenders who were out on parole. Party leader Rodney Hide was publicising ACT's zero tolerance for crime policies.

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