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While Prime Minister John Key's speech was loaded with detail, Labour Party leader Andrew Little's was light.
In his State of the Nation speech in Auckland this afternoon, Prime Minister John Key laid out sweeping changes to the state housing sector.
The Prime Minister has outlined the Government's plans for social housing, but Opposition parties say it won't fix the problem.
Andrew Little's State of the Nation speech was full of promise - but barely a hint as to how Labour plans to live up to the hype.
Prime Minister John Key has defended his Government's record on supporting the arts, following a stinging attack from acclaimed Kiwi author Eleanor Catton.
Andrew Little outline the Labour Party's top priorities over the next two year in his State of the Nation speech.
Small businesses and job growth will be the Labour Party's top priority for the next two years, as it focuses on increasing wages and reducing poverty.
A decision on what contribution New Zealand might make to the fight against Islamic State militants is still some way off.
Labour leader Andrew Little is signalling a back to basics approach ahead of his first state of the nation address.
The Government's state housing sell-off is being labelled a "fire sale" and an asset sell-off by political opponents.
Eleanor Catton says she's struggled with being an ambassador for NZ because she doesn't think the country is doing as much as it could to support the literary arts.
John Key and Andrew Little are both poised to deliver keynote speeches tomorrow, but Mr Key has got in first, setting the agenda with the issue closest to everyone's heart – housing, selling off the ones the state owns.
Politics lecturer Bryce Edwards says much of the media's attention in 2015 is likely to be on Andrew Little's attempt to rebuild the struggling Labour Party.
Auckland Mayor Len Brown is denying a report that he has decided to seek a third term in office.
Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae is in Saudi Arabia to pay his respects to the late king who passed away last week.
Prime Minister John Key is arriving back in the country after a trip to Europe to be present at the first Cabinet meeting of the year.
Two people are vying for the role of Labour Party president following the resignation of Moira Coatsworth last year.
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