With just five days of campaigning to go Labour is still trailing National by a significant margin and a change of government is the most likely outcome on Saturday.
Wellington, Nov 2 NZPA - A rough election campaign for New Zealand First leader Winston Peters just got a little bit tougher for him with one poll predicting he will be trounced in Tauranga on election day.
National still holds a commanding lead over Labour and NZPA's average of published opinion polls shows that with its allies it would have a majority in Parliament and be able to form a government.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says his party would set up a fund to buy back electricity networks from foreign owners. "You have been price-gouged, overcharged and exploited for long enough," he said in a speech to a Grey Power meeting in Queenstown yesterday.
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