Labour's set to announce its candidate for the Ikaroa Rawhiti by-election next weekend.
Opposition parties are being accused of misleading the public by claiming budget cuts will affect frontline policing.
Threatening to arrest student loan defaulters at the border won't do anything to encourage them to come home, Labour says.
Opposition parties are still picking over the Budget, with Labour continuing its scathing commentary.
Political parties are looking for candidates for the June 29 Ikaroa-Rawhiti by-election.
Anti-asset sales campaigners will be back on the streets today to collect more signatures demanding a referendum.
Labour is challenging other major companies to follow the Warehouse's lead and raise pay rates above the living wage benchmark of $18.40 an hour.
New Zealand labour costs rose in the first quarter and filled jobs increased, suggesting a return to employment growth.
Markets specialists are predicting the uptake in buying shares in Mighty River Power will be lower than the Government hoped.
Former Maori Affairs Minister Parekura Horomia will receive his final farewell on Saturday.
Leading business organisations say Labour and the Greens' new power policy would cause "widespread damage" to jobs, investment and economic growth.
Four days of mourning have begun in Tolaga Bay for Labour MP Parekura Horomia.
A new report ranks the risks to Mighty River Power of the Labour and Green parties' NZ Power lower other risks the company faces
An electricity expert says proposed reforms could cause regulatory instability
Labour MP and former Maori Affairs Minister Parekura Horomia has died at his home in Tolaga Bay today.
The political row over energy has stepped up a notch with the Government siccing its attack dog Steven Joyce on the Opposition.
Kiwis who've applied to buy shares in MRP can now withdraw because of the risk of Labour and the Greens changing regulations.
The market has reacted badly to Labour and the Greens' plan to return the electricity sector to state control.
The Government says Labour and the Greens timed the announcement of their electricity reform policy to disrupt the sale of asset shares.
The IMF has forecast New Zealand will have the worst current account deficit in the developed world for the next five years, Labour says.
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