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'There is a more graceful way to depart' - Dunne
Radio New Zealand
Long-term Ōhāriu MP Peter Dunne has said that after 33 years in Parliament, he did not want to risk losing on election night. The United Future leader told RNZ he makes no pretense for the reason behind his departure from Parliament following the election.
Dunne: 'A tough tide to fight'Otago Daily Times
Politically Correct: The blitzkrieg campaign
Peter Dunne 'the Member of Parliament since 1876' Greens leader James Shaw quipsTVNZ
New Zealand Herald -Newsroom -The National Business Review
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New Zealand Herald
Labour Party candidate threatens night market operators after failing to get free access for Jacinda Ardern
New Zealand Herald
Labour leader Jacinda Ardern officially launched Labour's election campaign at Auckland's Town Hall. NZN/Daniel Hicks. Lincoln Tan. By: Lincoln Tan. Lincoln Tan is the New Zealand Herald's diversity, ethnic affairs and immigration senior reporter.
Gordon Campbell on Labour's campaign
Jacinda Ardern not bothered by Gareth Morgan's 'lipstick on a pig'
Gareth Morgan defends 'lipstick on a pig' commentRadio New Zealand
Waikato Times -Māori Television -The National Business Review -Newstalk ZB
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Sudden death in Gisborne
Emergency services were called shortly after 2.30pm to a remote forestry area in Tauwhareparae, Gisborne. Despite the efforts of emergency services personnel the man has died at the scene. Police and Work Safe are making inquiries to determine the ...

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National's cheaper GP visit policy possible because of government's fiscal management, Health Minister Coleman says
It hasn't taken long for National to roll out that old chestnut of us only now being able to help low income people with certain living costs because of sound fiscal management over the past nine years. The government's announcement of cheaper GP ...

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Arrest made following Petone TAB robbery
Police have arrested a 36-year-old man in Whakatane in connection with the robbery of the Petone TAB in June. An offender entered the TAB in Jackson St shortly before 8pm on June 21, armed with a knife, and stole cash. The arrested man is also accused ...
Arrest following Petone TAB robberyNew Zealand Police (blog) (press release)

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Charities Commission strips Family First of charitable status
Bob McCoskrie from Family First said the group would fight the decision in the High Court. Controversial group Family First has been stripped of its charitable status "because it does not advance exclusively charitable purposes". But the group is not ...
Family First stripped of charity statusNew Zealand Herald
Family First loses charity status, vows to appeal to High CourtTVNZ
Family First appealing against High Court ruling that it's not a (press release)

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Taranaki Daily News
Bennett recalls her Whanganui court appearance
New Zealand Herald
The last time Paula Bennett was in Whanganui she was giving evidence in the district court. The deputy prime minister was back on Saturday - this time courting support for the National Party's Whanganui candidate Harete Hipango. "A happier experience," ...
Candidates find unity as well as differences at Grey Power meeting in South TaranakiTaranaki Daily News

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Kiwi architects create new design for quake damaged Christchurch Cathedral
A New Zealand architecture group have taken inspiration from Europe's historic archaeological sites in their concept design plans of the Christchurch Cathedral, with the intent of paying tribute to the iconic Kiwi landmark.
Architects plan for ChristChurch Cathedral to be an 'accessible ruin'Newshub
Adventurous plan would keep Christ Church Cathedral a ruin surrounded by reflective
Christchurch Cathedral isn't a 'ruin' - Christchurch Heritage TrustNewstalk ZB

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