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Life destroyed by “constitutional disgrace”

The events that led up to the “resignation” of the Auditor General in 2017 are now being re-examined by a Select Committee. They are not...

Parties likely to have to wait till after the election for their days in...

None of the political cases being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office look likely to be in court before the election. The rumour and allegations...

NZ First’s Grey area. Strange goings on in Tauranga.

NZ First Leader Winston Peters last night denied that he had been behind the photographing of two journalists meeting with former Party President, Lester...

Government goes into emergency mode to deal with Coronavirus

The Government is managing the Coronavirus crisis using the same procedures it would a  natural disaster or terrorism emergency. This comes as its top economic...

At Winston Peters’ request …

Winston Peters has asked POLITIK to “print” what he says was the Prime Minister “refuting” the suggestion in yesterday’s article that she would not...

Ardern won’t say whether she trusts Peters

The referral of NZ First, first by the Electoral Commission to the Police and then by them to the Serious Fraud Office over potential...

NZ First outflanks National in Northland

Now that Shane Jones has confirmed that he will be standing for Northland in the election, the future of Auckland port becomes even more...

Ihumatao talks continue behind the scenes at Waitangi

The Prime Minister's hope that she might be able to announce an Ihumatao settlement at Waitangi this week looks unlikely. Talks are to continue in...

Labour’s last working class hero

There are few more controversial figures in Labour’s past than Mike Moore who died aged 71 on Saturday night.  A Rogernome; then a divisive...

Labour’s driving wheels

Two  Northland mayors with National Party links yesterday broke with their party and endorsed the Government’s now transparent plans to shift Auckland port to...