Labour says the Government has shown a 'weak attitude' toward beefing up laws to punish companies that don't meet health and safety obligations.
Labour and the Greens are scorning the Government's plan for quick-build homes in Auckland and say it won't solve the affordability problem.
The anti-assets sales petition designed to embarrass the Government has backfired big time.
Labour says the announcement of an extra $21.3 million to fight rheumatic fever ignores Ministry of Health concerns about the programmes.
Housing NZ should be building new houses, rather than out-bidding first home buyers in the Auckland market, Labour says.
Labour says little is known about agricultural cooperation agreements signed with China and New Zealand's intellectual property could be at risk.
Labour's Shane Jones says the energy policy adopted by Opposition parties is resonating with households.
The Opposition's plan to regulate the power sector is giving seasoned investors pause for thought.
The Department of Conservation's decision to go ahead with its restructuring has been condemned by opposition parties.
Labour says it isn't good enough for the Government to leave action against laser strikes to a backbencher's bill.
Labour and the Greens are glad the Government is allowing people to withdraw their MRP share applications.
JBWere's Bernard Doyle has warned that the power plan by Labour and Greens will hurt NZ companies.
Labour leader David Shearer is headed for the United Kingdom and United States for a series of top-level political meetings.
Recent political polls are split over who will form the next government, and John Key is instead focusing on daily challenges his government faces.
The Government's being accused of "scaremongering" over a joint Labour-Greens plan to reform the electricity industry.
If an election were held today, National could govern alone.
Labour is going to the Ombudsman claiming Solid Energy is blocking its Official Information Act requests.
Labour's chosen the day Mighty River Power shares go on sale to promise that, if elected, it will lower the price of power.
As Mighty River Power shares go on sale, Labour is telling potential investors it will reform the electricity sector if it wins the next election.
A plan to contract out meals for hospital patients could mean the loss of 1000 jobs, Labour's Annette King says.
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