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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Eight relief coroners will allow quicker outcomes for grieving families
     25 May 2019
    Eight relief coroners will allow quicker outcomes for grieving families
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    British Prime Minister Theresa May says she's standing down after failing to negotiate Brexit deal
    25 May: British Prime Minister Theresa May announces she will resign on June 7, saying "it's a matter of deep regret" that she failed to negotiate a Brexit deal.... more
    Megumi Yokota: Will this Japanese schoolgirl abducted on her way home ever be found?
    25 May: Megumi never made it home from school in 1977. Her family thought she'd been kidnapped for ransom. But 20 years after she vanished, a phone call from the government changed everything.... more
    British prime Minister Theresa may has announced she is standing down as Prime Minister on June 7
    24 May: British prime Minister Theresa may has announced she is standing down as Prime Minister on June 7... more
    Business confidence is back to being the elephant in the room for the Government
    24 May: Business confidence is back to being the elephant in the room for the Government... more
    The election result wasn't good news for women in Parliament
    24 May: This election saw a small rise in women's representation, a likely fall in women in positions with a path to party leadership and the return of a government damned by women in its own ranks as misogynist, writes Chris Wallace.... more
    Kyoto police arrest Australian man over black pen graffiti on government sign
    24 May: Japanese authorities say a 23-year-old Australian man arrested for defacing a Government sign in the ancient city of Kyoto defended the graffiti as art.... more
    Hannah Tamaki has a well-used answer to questions about homosexuality
    23 May: Hannah Tamaki has a well-used answer to questions about homosexuality... more
    Advanced technology is set to be used to tackle challenges in the horticultural industry
    23 May: Advanced technology is set to be used to tackle challenges in the horticultural industry... more
    The aviation industry regulator says changes to its oversight are already having an impact
    23 May: The aviation industry regulator says changes to its oversight are already having an impact... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     03 May: The Government says it is not just the elderly ... who will benefit from a new digital inclusion plan ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     15 May: A survey of principals has exposed the gap between internet access at low and high decile schools ++++++++++++++++
     27 Apr: Questions remain over the sudden resignation by the Chair of the NZ Transport Agency +++++++++++
     01 May: Tertiary staff feel pressure from management to grade students to pass +++++++++++
     13 May: The Education Minister wants teachers to lay down their placards and get back to the negotiating table +++++++++++
     13 May: The teachers' strike is predicted to prove frustrating for employers +++++++++
     12 May: Teachers are throwing down another gauntlet in the form of a mega-strike ++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      25 May: Australian election: the weird, wild politics of queensland (RadioNZ)
      25 May: 'hate speech' politics row in rotorua referred to police (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 May: What's just happened in uk politics (BBCWorld)
      24 May: New group aims to back a better rotorua (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 May: Destiny church launches political party, promising 'politics with teeth' (Stuff.co.nz)
      23 May: Destiny church's brian tamaki launches political party (NZ Herald)
      22 May: Church leader brian tamaki to launch political party (RadioNZ)
      22 May: South taranaki mayor ross dunlop will not stand for re-election (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Accident and Emergency:
    Three people are in hospital tonight after a boat overturned off Port Waikato 21:57

    Environment:
    MetService has issued a severe weather warning for heavy rain in Westland and Fiordland 21:17

    Motoring:
    Traffic on Auckland's north-western motorway heading out of the city is congested, after a multi-vehicle crash this evening 18:57

    Law and Order:
    A fatal shooting on the side of a residential street in Auckland this morning brings the number of serious firearms incidents in south Auckland this year to six - with three people dead 18:37

    Rugby:
    The All Blacks sevens senior players are bleating with pride at the progression of one of their rookies 18:07

    Rugby League:
    One of Kodi Nikorima's former teammates has directed an ominous warning his way ahead of the Warriors' NRL match with the Broncos in Auckland 17:27

    Rugby:
    The All Blacks sevens are hoping to book their ticket to the Tokyo Olympics when they compete at this weekend's world series event in London 17:27

    Rugby League:
    The Warriors and Broncos will be looking to continue their rich vein of form when they meet in the NRL tonight 16:57

    Motoring:
    Kiwi driver and defending Australian Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin will start from second on the grid in the latest race at Winton 16:37

    Health & Safety:
    The Indonesian women campaigning to 'uninstall feminism' and oppose anti-sexual violence laws 16:17

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