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Initiative Aims To Boost Youth Voter Turnout

Student associations and the youth wings of six political parties are encouraging young people to hold parties on election day in a bid to highlight the need to get out and vote.

Feisty Employment Relations Forum Hits Nerves

ACT and National candidates walked into the lion's den trying to defend their policies at the Council of Trade Unions employment relations forum in Wellington today.

National And Act On The Up, Others In Slow Decline

Polls are shoring up the view that political allies National and ACT will go into the election campaign holding a winning hand. National and ACT are the only parties polling higher now than they were six weeks ago, a pointer voters are cautiously moving their way.

Clark Keen On Green Involvement In Govt If Labour In Power

Prime Minister Helen Clark thinks the Greens will say before the election that Labour would be the party they could work with in a post-election deal. Miss Clark also said she would like to be able to involve the Greens in a government.

Three Parties Have Formal Election Launches

It may feel like politicians have been campaigning for ages, but the formal election campaigns are yet to begin with three parties holding their launches this weekend.

Polls Showing Trench Warfare

Poll results have taken on a World War 1 trench warfare look with just over a month to election day. The NZPA rolling poll -- the average of the last six published polls -- is showing a stalemate, with the positions of the main parties entrenched.

National Strengthens Its Lead In Latest Poll

National has strengthened its lead over Labour in the latest New Zealand Morgan opinion poll. The survey released tonight shows National up 3 points to 47.5 percent support and Labour down 1.5 points to 36.5 percent -- a lead of 11 points compared with 6.5 points on September 4.

National Strengthens Its Lead In Latest Poll

National has strengthened its lead over Labour in the latest New Zealand Morgan opinion poll. The survey released tonight shows National up 3 points to 47.5 percent support and Labour down 1.5 points to 36.5 percent -- a lead of 11 points compared with 6.5 points on September 4.

Clark Sees Positives In 18-point Poll Deficit

A poll which shows National slightly widening its lead over Labour is "a good result in the circumstances", Prime Minister Helen Clark says.

Labour Slips Slightly In Latest Poll

National has widened its lead over Labour in the latest political poll, which also shows New Zealand First's support dipping below 2 percent in the wake of its donations scandal.

Clark Pleased With Latest Poll

Prime Minister Helen Clark says she is pleased by another poll that shows Labour closing the gap on National. A TV3/TNS poll last night had Labour up 2 percentage points to 37 percent and National steady on 48 points.

Clark Heartened By Latest Poll

Prime Minister Helen Clark is heartened by the latest opinion poll which she says shows Labour retaining its core support. TV One's survey, released last night, showed National down one point to 51 percent support and Labour up two points to 37 percent.

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