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Politics

Parliament in Briefs

Wednesday April 10, 2019

Govt retains Bluesky share

Surplus for resilience: Brown

Wednesday April 10, 2019

Finance minister Mark Brown says the surplus government is making on a quarterly and annual basis is used for strengthening the financial resilience of the country.

$5.3m top up to Budget

Wednesday April 10, 2019

The government is proposing topping up the current 2018/19 Budget by $5.3 million in an Appropriation Amendment Bill that was tabled by finance minister Mark Brown in Parliament on Monday.

‘Inspired’ Nicholas returns

Tuesday April 09, 2019

With a reignited desire to help his community and people, Albert Nicholas took the oath of allegiance in Parliament yesterday, pledging to bring more good changes in his second term as Avatiu-Ruatonga-Palmerston MP.

Tura appointed deputy Speaker

Tuesday April 09, 2019

Tai Tura, Member of Parliament for Mauke, has been appointed the new deputy Speaker of Parliament.

Govt in no hurry on poll

Tuesday April 09, 2019

Prime minister Henry Puna said they do not want to jump to conclusions regarding the issue of a snap election.

Questions are being raised whether the legal representation of a political aspirant in the High Court by the associate minister of Justice is a conflict of interest and breach of ethics.

Court allows Atiu petition

Friday April 05, 2019

The petition against Te-Hani Brown’s win in the recent Tengatangi-Areora-Ngatiarua by-election will proceed despite her resignation from the seat.

Tupapa-Maraerenga MP George Maggie is taking the initiative to get extra testing done at his water station with assistance from local businessman Chris Pureau. 

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