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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Indigenous eviction prevention program's last-ditch bid to survive
     13 June 2021
    Jonathon Egan was a father at 14 and went to jail for nine months in his mid-20s. Now, he is employed with a program helping Western Australian families stay in their homes and avoid eviction — and he says it's creating long-term change.
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    Stepping on the accelerator to meet our carbon neutral targets
    13 Jun: Stepping on the accelerator to meet our carbon neutral targets... more
    Another rural school will close its doors next month - sparking concern around a plunge in young people in smaller communities
    13 Jun: Another rural school will close its doors next month - sparking concern around a plunge in young people in smaller communities... more
    National MP Simon Bridges has taken to social media after witnessing what he says was a gang fight at Tauranga Hospital
    12 Jun: National MP Simon Bridges has taken to social media after witnessing what he says was a gang fight at Tauranga Hospital... more
    Criticism of the government's pay parity scheme for early childhood providers
    12 Jun: Criticism of the government's pay parity scheme for early childhood providers... more
    Joe Biden and Boris Johnson update Atlantic Charter in first official meeting
    11 Jun: US President Joe Biden once called British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a "physical and emotional clone" of Donald Trump, but in his first overseas trip as president, the two world leaders smiled and joked as they walked on a beach with their wives.... more
    Indonesia cancels Islamic hajj pilgrimage to Mecca for second year over COVID-19 concerns
    11 Jun: Indonesian Muslims say they are devastated by the government's decision to bar them from making the annual pilgrimage to Islam's holiest site, in Mecca, due to coronavirus fears.... more
    An academic predicts problems ahead for New Zealand's renewable energy strategy
    11 Jun: An academic predicts problems ahead for New Zealand's renewable energy strategy... more
    Parliament closed, quarantine facilities overrun as Delta COVID-19 strain rips through Fiji
    10 Jun: Fiji's Parliament is forced to close as cases linked to the Delta COVID-19 strain surge in the Pacific nation, overwhelming quarantine facilities and prompting calls for a nationwide lockdown.... more
    The Government's confirmed new builds will be exempt from planned changes to tax rules
    10 Jun: The Government's confirmed new builds will be exempt from planned changes to tax rules... more

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      12 Jun: Choice vs necessity: the politics of climate are about to reheat (Stuff.co.nz)
      7 Jun: Former palmerston north mayor heather tanguay gets qso for service to community (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Jun: A taxidermist, a trumpeter and a doctor; shelly bay's last artists say goodbye as eviction looms (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Jun: National leader judith collins rips into former disgraced candidate bezzant as 'fantasist', 'sociopath' (NZ Herald)
      4 Jun: Judith collins distances party from former national candidate jake bezzant 'and his perversions' (RadioNZ)
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