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Three Waters bill passes in Parliament
After much controversy surrounding the Three Waters reforms, Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta has confirmed the Water Services Entities Bill has passed its third reading in Parliament in a s
NZ 'puppets for the USA'- Rawiri Waititi
Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi responds to new government funding to Ukraine, pay parity for the Black Ferns and Ngāti Awa's battle against land development on Ōpihi Whanaunga Kore in the Bay of Plenty.
Government appoints chief advisor of Māori New Year
Professor Rangi Mātāmua has a new role as the chief advisor to the government on Matariki.
Seymour not losing focus on New Zealand issues as Act rises in polls
The political polls are revving up, and so too the drama of politics.
Climate cash won't make up for billions lost from exotic trees- Māori Forestry Association
The government is looking at new economic opportunities in forestry to reduce carbon emissions, but it hasn’t pacified Māori forestry owners.
Fluoride in Te Tai Tokerau water supplies likely
Fluoride will likely soon be added to thousands of Northlanders' drinking water - as the government moves to impose the controversial additive's inclusion in council water supplies.
Supermarket showdown: Ex Nat MP backs new Labour law
National MP has taken the unusual step of praising the Labour government’s planned overhauls to Aotearoa’s supermarket duopoly.
'Not expecting surprises' from Budget 2022- Dr Lara Greaves
University of Auckland Public Policy Institute political analyst Dr Lara Greaves (Ngāpuhi) says she’s expecting a “fairly conservative budget” with no surprises, as Finance Minister Grant Robertson
First nations calling for inclusion in Australian constitution
In Australia’s capital, Canberra, a gathering at the aboriginal tent embassy outside the old parliament house is one of the world’s longest-running protests for the rights of indigenous people.