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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Vanuatu's former prime minister Charlot Salwai avoids prison after being convicted of perjury
     3 February 2021
    Charlot Salwai is the fourth former prime minister of Vanuatu to be given a custodial sentence in recent years and while he will have to vacate his seat in Parliament, it is unclear yet if he will appeal.
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    The latest jobless numbers have dropped despite the ongoing impacts from covid-19
    3 Feb: The latest jobless numbers have dropped despite the ongoing impacts from covid-19... more
    US formally declares Myanmar has been subject to military coup
    3 Feb: After an assessment of the situation in Myanmar, the US State Department formally concludes that the country's military deposed the duly elected government in a coup d'├ętat, triggering consequences for coup leaders.... more
    New Zealand schools are being urged to change their approach to teaching math
    2 Feb: New Zealand schools are being urged to change their approach to teaching math... more
    The Retirement Villages Association says there's a flip-side to residents not being paid capital gains on their units
    2 Feb: The Retirement Villages Association says there's a flip-side to residents not being paid capital gains on their units... more
    A notice of motion has been filed to establish a Maori Ward in Wellington
    2 Feb: A notice of motion has been filed to establish a Maori Ward in Wellington... more
    Aung San Suu Kyi arrest: What is going on between Myanmar's military and its de facto ruler?
    2 Feb: Just two months ago, Aung San Suu Kyi was celebrating a huge victory for her party in parliamentary elections. Now she is in military custody and the fate of Myanmar's fledgling democracy is uncertain.... more
    Direct Maori representation on local councils will make a big difference
    2 Feb: Direct Maori representation on local councils will make a big difference... more
    An explanation from The European Union Ambassador to New Zealand over controls on Covid-19 vaccines
    1 Feb: An explanation from The European Union Ambassador to New Zealand over controls on Covid-19 vaccines... more
    The post election honeymoon continues for Labour, with a new Roy Morgan poll putting it on 47 percent, up 3 points, with the Greens on 11.5 percent
    1 Feb: The post election honeymoon continues for Labour, with a new Roy Morgan poll putting it on 47 percent, up 3 points, with the Greens on 11.5 percent... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     25 Feb: A council's decision to introduce Maori wards can no longer be vetoed +++++++++++++++++
     07 Feb: New research suggests certain science students aren't being identified +++++++++++
     19 Feb: A few questions to answer before the Government's initiative to make free period products available for all schools, rolls out ++++++++++
     02 Feb: Direct Maori representation on local councils will make a big difference ++++++++
     09 Feb: Strength in numbers today in Auckland ++++++++
     26 Feb: The Auditor-General is looking into why private landlords were paid up-to three thousand dollars per week for shoddy emergency housing ++++++++
     02 Feb: Aung San Suu Kyi arrest: What is going on between Myanmar's military and its de facto ruler? +++++++

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      28 Feb: Lebron vs zlatan: who won the politics bout? (BBCWorld)
      23 Feb: Covid-19: i went to wuhan. here's what the who found out about the coronavirus' origins (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Feb: Billy te kahika quits politics, shuts down new zealand public party (RadioNZ)
      19 Feb: Cancel culture: have any two words become more weaponised? (BBCWorld)
      19 Feb: Freedom party leader billy te kahika says he is quitting politics (NZ Herald)
      18 Feb: Texas weather: the politics of the power grid (BBCWorld)
      18 Feb: Taylor swift credits joe alwyn for helping her 'move past fear' to vocalize political beliefs (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Feb: Rush limbaugh: radio host who loved to shock (BBCWorld)
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