Epidemiologist, public health specialist and now also an MP, Dr Ayesha Verrall says she has skills and a contribution to make, but wants to “stay humble”.
The co-chair of Labour’s Maori caucus Willie Jackson concedes Labour faced a “strong challenge” from the Maori Party in the Maori seats.
Newly minted Maori MP Rawiri Waititi tells Q+A that if Labour wants some political security heading into 2023, they’ll talk to the Maori Party.
New Zealand First is out of parliament and Whena Owen looks back at the career of leader Winston Peters.
“I’m not going to challenge Judith Collins for the leadership” – Mark Mitchell.
“We sought a very strong mandate for Labour and we got that strong mandate” – Labour’s Grant Robertson
Labour’s Grant Robertson says the party wants to build consensus but Labour has a mandate and is getting on with rolling out that mandate.
Green Party co-leader James Shaw says he will take everything he campaigned on into negotiations with Labour.
ACT leader David Seymour says he’ll be striving for a “bigger and better vision”.
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