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And so, with special votes now counted, National and ACT have lost their overall majority and now seem to be dependent on the good graces (sic) of New Zealand First. What does that mean for us?   Firstly, it seems that our allies in the Greens and Te Pati Maori have...
The Leader of the Opposition talks gay bars, pink flights, and his hopes for his children if they ever came out. National Party leader Christopher Luxon has never been to a gay bar, he tells us over Zoom on Wednesday 28 June. “But I'm not averse to doing so,” he...
Luxon & Peters
National Leader, Christopher Luxon, has dismissed New Zealand First's proposed policy concerning transgender individuals and public facilities, adding that the issue is not a prominent concern for the upcoming election and that the country's priorities lie elsewhere. Yesterday, Winston Peters, Leader of New Zealand First, unveiled his party's plan to...
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...
express offered the leaders of every significant political party in Aotearoa the chance to tell us what Pride Month means to them. Four out of five responded. Here's what they said: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern: Kia ora and happy Pride to all Express readers! Pride month is a time to celebrate the...

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