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    Covid-19 vaccine mandates could be a big relief for New Zealand's food exporters
     27 October 2021
    Covid-19 vaccine mandates could be a big relief for New Zealand's food exporters
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    A group of protesters has stalled in its mission to move through Auckland to Waitangi
    27 Oct: A group of protesters has stalled in its mission to move through Auckland to Waitangi... more
    A call for more clarity about when Kiwis will be able to get travelling domestically again
    27 Oct: A call for more clarity about when Kiwis will be able to get travelling domestically again... more
    The head of Sealord says he respects Foodstuffs North Island's right to reduce the amount of Sealord products they sell
    26 Oct: The head of Sealord says he respects Foodstuffs North Island's right to reduce the amount of Sealord products they sell... more
    People taking permitted travel to the south of Auckland late this evening are being advised by police to delay it if at all possible, due to a major protest hikoi
    26 Oct: People taking permitted travel to the south of Auckland late this evening are being advised by police to delay it if at all possible, due to a major protest hikoi... more
    Time to reverse the onus of proof for taxpayers and introduce a bill of rights, inquiry says
    26 Oct: A parliamentary inquiry suggests sweeping changes to the law to better protect vulnerable taxpayers, including reversing the onus of proof for cases of fraud and evasion.... more
    The Prime Minister's hit back at claims the vaccine certificate rollout will be delayed
    26 Oct: The Prime Minister's hit back at claims the vaccine certificate rollout will be delayed... more
    Auckland Council's alcohol advertising survey ends tomorrow
    26 Oct: Auckland Council's alcohol advertising survey ends tomorrow... more
    A magnesium shortage could have big problems downstream for the vehicle industry
    26 Oct: A magnesium shortage could have big problems downstream for the vehicle industry... more
    Woodside Petroleum unveils plans for $1 billion hydrogen and ammonia plant in Kwinana
    25 Oct: Gas giant Woodside says a $1 billion hydrogen and ammonia plant will set WA up as a global clean energy powerhouse, as the Conservation Council of WA questions the project's green credentials.... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     12 Oct: Prince Charles urges Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other leaders to attend COP26 ++++++++++++++
     03 Oct: High hopes for a new programme that aims to teach Kiwi kids about their rights under the UN Convention +++++++++++++
     13 Oct: A Kapiti high school student has become a vaccine advocate for young Maori +++++++++++
     11 Oct: Calls for Dilworth School to properly accept the role it played in the sexual abuse that went on there +++++++++++
     17 Oct: Parents ask for stronger ventilation standards ahead of return to schools in NSW ++++++++++
     28 Sep: A multi-million dollar cash injection will help Westport as it continues its long road to recovery ++++++++++
     09 Oct: New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says the Government needs to be more up-front with people about how a Covid-19-positive woman got to Northland +++++++++

     Politics NewsLinks
      25 Oct: Opinion: meghan isn't michelle obama - why she should stay out of politics (NZ Herald)
      23 Oct: Focus on politics: green light or red alert? lockdowns left in delta's dust (RadioNZ)
      23 Oct: Twitter's algorithm favours right-leaning politics, research finds (BBCWorld)
      22 Oct: On the tiles: economy panel looks at government's books, inflation, interest rates (NZ Herald)
      21 Oct: How green politics are changing europe (BBCWorld)
      21 Oct: Judith collins says high house prices lead to 'politics of envy' and support for left-wing policies (Stuff.co.nz)
      20 Oct: All blacks hailed as 'world rugby's most famous club' by united states congressman (Stuff.co.nz)
      16 Oct: Focus on politics: the road ahead for transport (RadioNZ)
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    International:
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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Business:
    Covid-19 vaccine mandates could be a big relief for New Zealand's food exporters 8:14

    Rugby:
    A dream test match against his country of birth has been scuppered for Willis Halaholo 8:04

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    Wednesday night rugby will return to the NPC next week with the rescheduling of Bay of Plenty's game against Northland for November 3 8:04

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