by New Zealand Broadcasting School students
Ruth Dyson's exit leaves a 'real opportunity' for the Nats.
Simon Bridges is calling for ACC to be more up front about their policies after ACC declined to provide a shooting victim counselling.
Simon Bridges spoke with New Zealand Broadcasting School students before visiting the Canterbury Refugee Re-settlement Centre.
An Environment Canterbury councillor said he is disappointed but not shocked the Ngāi Tahu representation bill was voted down.
18 year-old Azaria Howell wants the voting age lowered so 16 year-olds can also have their say.
Over 90 per cent of submissions to parliament oppose the controversial euthanasia bill.
A recent survey of over 5000 gun owners revealed that 90% of them felt the Government was treating them unfairly with gun law reforms.
Gareth Morgan is gone and TOP wil soon follow suit, but a roadshow in Ōtautahi revealed the party will continue.
Akaroa and Saltwater Creek have received funding to upgrade their toilet facilities as a result of the tourism funding from the state.
The council has voted towards spending $220m of Government funding on a new multi-use stadium, despite being confronted by protestors.