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Reasons women aren’t working for money

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Kumara Bill isn’t the freshest spud in the bucket

Prime Minister Bill English is optimistic a Donald Trump presidency will not reverse the recent improvement in New Zealand’s relations with the United States but admits a rethink on the Trans Pacific Partnership is needed.

With just four days until the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States, English said he was not expecting to talk to Trump any time soon.

“They’ve got to go through this massive process of bedding in a new Government. I’d imagine New Zealand is relatively low on their priorities.” Read more »

Man that was a boring press release

Is it the holidays and there is a caucus retreat on and Nashy has forgotten about the press release quota?

Under-resourcing from the National-led Government is seriously undermining the Police’s ability to combat organised crime, says Labour’s Police spokesperson Stuart Nash.

“In answers to my questions, the Minister of Police has confirmed that the numbers of Police officers dedicated to fighting organised crime is disturbingly low in the areas where they are needed most.

“The number of Police involved in organised crime is below 200, or around two per cent of the total police force, so it’s no wonder crime is up and resolution rates are down. Read more »