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Christchurch mayor Bob Parker says Lianne Dalziel has bad-mouthed the city council and the Government for the past three years and that will cause problems if she is elected mayor.
Updated 24 minutes ago
The Government has announced plans to further reform the gaming sector to reduce gambling harm following significant changes to Maori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell's bill.
Updated 34 minutes ago
The Green Party has abandoned its idea to print an extra $2 billion to help bring down the value of the New Zealand dollar. But co-leader Russel Norman says it will still push for monetary policy reforms.
Health officials say people not washing their hands properly are contributing to an outbreak of Hepatitis A in Ashburton.
Updated 5 minutes ago
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