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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Local Politics articles  Local Politics
    Christchurch's Mayor is recommending changes to the city's 10 year budget
     17 June 2021
    Christchurch's Mayor is recommending changes to the city's 10 year budget
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    Invercargill City Council has moved to lower rate hikes in coming years, after push back from ratepayers
    9 Jun: Invercargill City Council has moved to lower rate hikes in coming years, after push back from ratepayers... more
    Porirua's mayor is welcoming large investment in our water infrastructure with open arms
    3 Jun: Porirua's mayor is welcoming large investment in our water infrastructure with open arms... more
    This week in US politics: New York’s mayoral race holds clues about the future Democratic agenda
    29 May: A race to be mayor of a city with more than 8.5 million residents is heating up, while on Capitol Hill President Joe Biden has scheduled a meet-up that is likely to be frosty.... more
    Wellington city council has passed it's Long Term Plan - including a 13.5 percent rates increase
    27 May: Wellington city council has passed it's Long Term Plan - including a 13.5 percent rates increase... more
    Wellington's mayor is again under fire as a crucial meeting begins to set the capital's budget for the next 10 years
    27 May: Wellington's mayor is again under fire as a crucial meeting begins to set the capital's budget for the next 10 years... more
    Wellington city councillors face a gruelling day, thrashing out the final details of their 10-year-budget
    27 May: Wellington city councillors face a gruelling day, thrashing out the final details of their 10-year-budget... more
    Big questions, about the long-term viability of our current local government funding model
    25 May: Big questions, about the long-term viability of our current local government funding model... more
    A group of Wellingtonians is feeling deflated after the city council tore down its pop-up bike lane
    24 May: A group of Wellingtonians is feeling deflated after the city council tore down its pop-up bike lane... more
    Auckland's Mayor is welcoming the successful prosecution of a man who walked on closed tracks in the Waitakere ranges
    21 May: Auckland's Mayor is welcoming the successful prosecution of a man who walked on closed tracks in the Waitakere ranges... more

     Most Popular Recent Local Politics News
     21 May: Auckland's Mayor is welcoming the successful prosecution of a man who walked on closed tracks in the Waitakere ranges +++++++
     24 May: A group of Wellingtonians is feeling deflated after the city council tore down its pop-up bike lane +++++++
     27 May: Wellington city council has passed it's Long Term Plan - including a 13.5 percent rates increase +++++
     03 Jun: Porirua's mayor is welcoming large investment in our water infrastructure with open arms +++++
     25 May: Big questions, about the long-term viability of our current local government funding model +++++
     27 May: Wellington city councillors face a gruelling day, thrashing out the final details of their 10-year-budget +++++
     27 May: Wellington's mayor is again under fire as a crucial meeting begins to set the capital's budget for the next 10 years +++++

     Local Politics NewsLinks
      5 Jun: A taxidermist, a trumpeter and a doctor; shelly bay's last artists say goodbye as eviction looms (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Mar: The passion and pain over māori wards (NZ Herald)
      9 Mar: The detail: what's happening in maori politics and the fierce debate over maori wards (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Feb: In the pressure cooker of local politics, no one's going to be oppressed by maori wards (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 Jan: Southland district councillor in his sixth and final term (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Nov: Wed, 25 Nov 2020: A look at the dysfunction and division within local government that's made headlines over the years (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Nov: Sat, 21 Nov 2020: The local news site behind fake biden ‘mafia plot’ (BBCWorld)
      5 Nov: Thu, 5 Nov 2020: Former national mp hamish walker finds new career in queenstown (NZ Herald)
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