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Business sector warming to compulsory savings

Business sector warming to compulsory savings
Wellington, Aug 17 NZPA - The business sector appears to be gradually warming to the prospect of being involved in compulsory retirement savings schemes.

Chris Ford: Parliamentary Bad Boy Behaviour Not On - Time For Parliamentary Standards Commissioner

'Bad boys, bad boys, what 'ya gonna do? What ya gonna do when they come for you?'

That is the well known reggae-style theme to the popular reality trash TV show 'Cops'. Perhaps it could be better applied to our current Parliament where bad boy behaviour has come to the fore again lately.

Peter Wilson: It's The Same Old Winston

Peter Wilson: It's The Same Old Winston
It was all so depressingly familiar. Winston Peters tells New Zealand First members it is time for "a new beginning" and urges them to start preparing for the 2011 general election.

Mike Moore Says Australasian Diplomacy Has Failed Fiji

Mike Moore Says Australasian Diplomacy Has Failed Fiji
Wellington, June 21 NZPA - Australia and New Zealand diplomacy has failed Fiji, former prime minister and World Trade Organisation director-general Mike Moore said this morning. Fiji is under military rule after a 2006 coup led by Commodore Voreqe (Frank) Bainimarama.

Chris Ford: The Race For Mount Albert Begins

Amongst all the hoopla about Helen Clark being appointed as the new Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) this week, there has been minimal commentary about the race for the Mount Albert electorate that will inevitably follow.

Serious Fraud Office Head Defends Integrity

Serious Fraud Office Head Defends Integrity
Wellington, Fed 18 NZPA - The head of the Serious Fraud Office defended the agency's integrity today over suggestions it may be perceived to chase "celebrity" prosecutions.

Peter Wilson: NZ First's Time Is Up

Peter Wilson: NZ First's Time Is Up
New Zealand First's chances of getting back into Parliament are just about zero. Perhaps some really exceptional circumstances might make it possible at the next election or the one after that, but the reality is that when parties are booted out, they stay out.

NZ First Comeback Unlikely, Says PM

NZ First Comeback Unlikely, Says PM
Wellington, Feb 16 NZPA - The chances of New Zealand First getting back into Parliament are slim -- with or without Winston Peters, says Prime Minister John Key.

Chris Ford: Will Winston Make A Come Back?

Winston Peters will be hoping after New Zealand First's devastating electoral loss in November that he can repeat the feat of his Christian namesake and make a come back worthy of Lazarus.

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.

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