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  • Prime Minister rejects criticism of Government’s progress

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern defends Labours progress over the past two years, saying her Government is trying to rebuild New Zealand.

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    Economist says new infrastructure spending must show value for money

    Economist Cameron Bagrie says its a good time for the Government to spend more on infrastructure but it must focus on quality not quantity.

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    5G is being rolled out across the country but there is still some opposition from people worried about the impact on health and the environment.

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    Will Mayor Pete take on Donald Trump next year?

    Rebecca Wright visits Iowa where a gay, millennial, army veteran is surging ahead in the polls. Could Mayor Pete Buttigieg get the democratic nomination to take on Donald Trump next year.

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    A defendant’s right to a fair trial could be jeopardised under new laws – defence lawyer

    Defence lawyer Marie Dyhrberg QC says the Government's bill to protect sexual violence victims from traumatic court appearances could jeopardise a defendant's right to a fair trial.

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    Controversy over NZ First donations make a coalition deal "less likely" – Simon Bridges

    National leader Simon Bridges says the controversy over NZ First political donations make it "less likely" National would go into coalition with the party.

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    There are good reasons why a political donor would want to be anonymous – Q+A Panel

    Q+As political panel, Laura OConnell Rapira and Liam Hehir, discussed the current debate over electoral funding laws. Liam Hehir argued many donors want to give to political parties without being harassed.

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    Green MP admits the Government has not been transformational

    Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson admits the Government has not been transformational as promised. She says politics is the reason benefits are not going up as much as she would like.

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