Doubtful future for passenger trains --- our transport debate

Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee is hinting that rail passenger services in New Zealand are to be scrapped.Speaking on Prime TV’s “Prime Time with Sean Plunket” Mr Brownlee Mr Brownlee would not commit himself on the future of the passenger services.“There is...

Tax Debate - Bill English and David Parker

 Finance Minister Bill English is denying his promised tax cuts have been provoked by the Judith Collins “problem”.Speaking on Prime TV’s “Prime Time with Sean Plunket”, Mr English denied Labour Finance...

Housing Debate - Nick Smith v Phil Twyford

Morgan Foundation economist, Geoff Simmons, says the Government is crazy to throw money at the middle class the way it is...

Education Debate - Hekia Parata v Chris Hipkins

Education Minister Hekia Parata concedes that Charter Schools are playing only a “marginal” role in the New Zealand education system.Speaking on...

Zombie towns debate - Steven Joyce v Grant Robertson

Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce rejects the idea that some small  “zombie” towns in New Zealand need to close down.Speaking on...

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Greens haven't changed their position on National

Green MP Julie Anne Genter maintains the party has not changed its position on supporting a future National Government.Speaking on Prime...

Dirty Politics - English and Parker

Deputy Prime Minister Bill English is not willing to answer questions about whether Judith Collins should have resigned earlier than she...

Dirty Politics - Smith and Twyford

Nick Smith and Phil Twyford debate "Dirty Politics" and Judith Collins.

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