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Sue Bradford Resigning From Parliament

Sue Bradford Resigning From Parliament
Wellington, Sept 25 NZPA - Green MP Sue Bradford is resigning from Parliament. Ms Bradford recently lost a contest for the party's co-leadership and said it was time for a change.

Anti-smacking Law Bradford's Legacy

Anti-smacking Law Bradford's Legacy
Wellington, Sept 25 NZPA - Green MP Sue Bradford has spent 10 years in Parliament but the public will remember her for one thing: being the driving force behind the so-called "anti-smacking" law.

English Welcomes GDP Data, Cautiously

English Welcomes GDP Data, Cautiously
Wellington, Sept 23 NZPA - Finance Minister Bill English has welcomed new data showing the economy grew in the last quarter but repeated his caution about the country's recovery.

Smacking Referendum Backers Put Up Another Referendum

Smacking Referendum Backers Put Up Another Referendum
Wellington, Sept 15 NZPA - Another proposed referendum has been received by Parliament from one of the backers of the smacking referendum.

State Housing Tenants Can Buy Their House - From Today

State Housing Tenants Can Buy Their House - From Today
Wellington, Sept 15 NZPA - State house tenants wanting to buy their house can do so from today. Housing Minister Phil Heatley announced in June that tenants would have the option of buying their state houses at market rates.

Too Soon To Talk About Credit Hit From Leaky Homes, Says PM

Too Soon To Talk About Credit Hit From Leaky Homes, Says PM
Wellington, Sept 14 NZPA - The Government is still battling behind the scenes to find an effective leaky homes solution and it is too soon to talk about a possible hit to New Zealand's credit rating, Prime Minister John Key says.

Latta Says He Wants To Find Out Whether Smacking Law Is Working

(Inserts Family First reaction) Wellington, Sept 8 NZPA - Well-known television host, author and clinical psychologist Nigel Latta says he only agreed to help review policies around the smacking issue if he was free to speak his mind about the conclusions.

Latta Says He Wants To Find Out Whether Smacking Law Is Working

Wellington, Sept 8 NZPA - Well-known television host, author and clinical psychologist Nigel Latta says he only agreed to help review policies around the smacking issue if he was free to speak his mind about the conclusions.

Prime Minister Steps In To Condemn Threats To Politicians

Prime Minister Steps In To Condemn Threats To Politicians
Wellington, Aug 31 NZPA - There is "no place" for threats to politicians in New Zealand politics, Prime Minister John Key said today.

Peter Wilson: Key Makes The Hard Calls

Peter Wilson: Key Makes The Hard Calls
So who said John Key was a populist prime minister? No one, actually, but the suspicion had been there that he might be prepared to compromise policy to stay on the right side of public opinion.

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