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Former Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson has announced his retirement from politics to assume the role of Vice-Chancellor at the University of Otago. Robertson's move was confirmed by the university in a statement, highlighting Robertson's deep ties to Dunedin and his alma mater, where he also served as OUSA...
The Prime Minister shares his insights on the current state of news journalism, social media polarisation, and the rainbow community’s continued fight. It’s Wednesday 2 August when the Prime Minister’s smiling face appears on my laptop, beamed in from his Beehive office. It’s been a little over a week since the...
Kiri Allan
In a surprising turn of events, Justice Minister Kiri Allan has tendered her resignation as a Cabinet minister after being involved in a car crash in Wellington and subsequently charged with reckless driving and resisting arrest. The incident occurred on Evans Bay Parade in Wellington at around 9 pm...
The Big Gay Out successfully took over Coyle Park for the first time since 2021. After banning political parties from the stage in 2021, the Burnette Foundation Aotearoa (previously the NZAF) let them return to the stage in 2023. Prime Minister Chris Hipkins attended the Big Gay Out for the...
The Big Gay Out successfully took over Coyle Park for the first time since 2021. After banning political parties from the stage in 2021, the Burnette Foundation Aotearoa (previously the NZAF) let them return to the stage in 2023. Prime Minister Chris Hipkins attended the Big Gay Out for the...
The Big Gay Out successfully took over Coyle Park for the first time since 2021. After banning political parties from the stage in 2021, the Burnette Foundation Aotearoa (previously the NZAF) let them return to the stage in 2023. Prime Minister Chris Hipkins attended the Big Gay Out for the...
The Big Gay Out successfully took over Coyle Park for the first time since 2021. After banning political parties from the stage in 2021, the Burnette Foundation Aotearoa (previously the NZAF) let them return to the stage in 2023. Prime Minister Chris Hipkins attended the Big Gay Out for the...
Chris Hipkins Parliament
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has confirmed he's postponed any changes in legislation addressing hate speech and discrimination in Aotearoa. The Prime Minister's decision was amid a wide range of changes in policy from the Labour Party following the resignation of Jacinda Ardern. It followed last year's announcement by Justice Minister Kiri...

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