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The country's fleet of specialist search and rescue vehicles is so bad that the rescuers have begun rebelling.
The Better NZ Trust has written to National's leader, Christopher Luxon, imploring him not to scrap the clean car discount.
The Party listed scrapping the so-called 'ute tax' in its 100-day plan… Audio
Auckland Council and Auckland Transport will now start work implementing congestion charges on some of the city's busiest roads.
Auckland's Transport and Infrastructure Committee voted 18 to two in… Audio
Legislation to allow congestion charging on roads just failed to make it over the line in the last Parliament, but is parked up ready to go.
National's finance spokesperson, Nicola Willis, is again defending her party's fiscal plan despite a fresh attack from Labour.
Labour says National would require more than $3 billion in cuts to… Audio
Labour has gone on the attack over National's tax policy Thursday morning, saying only 3,000 households would receive the $250 a fortnight tax cut that the party has been campaigning on.
If National and ACT are elected to form a government, the Clean Car Discount, which subsidises electric vehicles and hybrids, is on the scrap heap.
Research shows relying on the emissions trading… Audio
Few parties have policies on disability issues this election. How can disabled people ensure their voices are heard? Audio
National is promising longer after-birth hospital stays for mothers, and free glucose monitors for children with type-1 diabetes, if elected.
The party's leader Christopher Luxon announced the… Audio
National and Labour are at odds about how $185 billion bill will be paid for water services if Three Waters doesn't go ahead.
National plans to scrap the contested Three Waters scheme within its… Audio
Early voting officially opens on Monday the 2nd of October, and while you've got to be 18 years old to vote in Aotearoa, you can never be too old.
First Up's Leonard Powell paid a visit to his local… Audio
The National Party is prioritising its plan to ditch Three Waters, committing to doing so within its 100 days if it's elected.
Labour has criticised the decision, claiming National would be leaving… Audio
National's decision to form a government with New Zealand First as "as a last resort" is both a plea and a warning. What might a "cocktail" with ACT and NZF taste like? Could Luxon hold it together… Video, Audio
National has just released its policing policy, in which it commits to delivering a further 300 frontline police officers, if they're elected.
Labour also committed to the same number in their police… Audio
National wants to introduce a traffic light system that could see some beneficiaries docked income, and NZ First wants to cap the job seeker benefit at two years over a person's lifetime.
A US lawyer is cautioning New Zealand police to think twice about becoming more reliant on American taser and drone supplier Axon.
The police are poised to replace their old Axon tasers with new ones… Audio
Consumer rights advocates want banks to fast-track account name matching to help stave off an increasing number of scams. But how easy is it? Audio
The party says it will build 6000 additional public and transitional houses if re-elected.
Chris Hipkins needs a new song and dance routine and fast, or he could be doing the limbo and losing the next generation of Labour's leaders. Video, Audio