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Sir Geoffrey Palmer says New Zealand "may be relatively free of corruption, but our democracy is not as robust as it could be"

NZ POLITICS DAILY: Is democracy under threat?

Tue 20 Jun 4

How democratic is the National government? And would opposition parties behave with any more integrity if they got into power?

Order Paper: Complacency vs stupidity isn't much of a choice


The choices for Election 2017 are firming up. Take your pick, folks, between complacent and arrogant, or dumb and nasty.

TIL Group beefs up North Island presence with NZL acquisition

Thu 8 Jun

The company is optimistic about the environment for the transport sector.

KiwiRail board backed diesel engines to keep freight customers, Bridges says

Thu 8 Jun 11

"This was a decision for KiwiRail, but I do support it on balance," Bridges said.

DAVID VINSEN: The delay will let the market settle

Motor trade split on emissions delay

Sun 22 Apr

The motor industry is split over a government plan not to change emissions rules for at least two years.

Govt plans big transport spend, improved returns

Wed 31 Aug 8

New Zealand government transport plans for the next 10 years include a $36 billion investment in road, a $4.6 billion investment in rail, and an intention to seek improved returns from previous investments and existing services.

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