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2 November 2017 1:24 AM National unveils strong Opposition team

National Party Leader Bill English has unveiled a strong Opposition team which will hold the Government to account and ensure it does not squander the opportunities New Zealanders have created for our country in recent years. “New Zealand is doing well, with low unemployment, thousands of jobs being created every month, strong public services and New Zealanders 34

1 November 2017 4:21 PM Stack Overflow reveals the most-disliked programming languages

Stack Overflow Jobs data shows that developers would prefer not to work with Perl, Delphi, Visual Basic, and PHP When it comes to which languages developers like and dislike, Stack Overflow has some insight. Based on the languages developers tagged as those they would not like to work with in their Stack Overflow Jobs profiles, the company has found 27

1 November 2017 11:28 AM Israel in top 8 tourism source markets for Belarus in H1 2017

MINSK, 1 November (BelTA) – Israel made it to the top 8 tourism source markets for Belarus in H1 2017, trailing only Russia, Austria, China, Germany, Poland, Turkey, and Switzerland, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Israel Vladimir Skvortsov said in an interview with the IsraGeo magazine, BelTA has learned. “Belarus maintains 21

30 October 2017 4:10 PM Jobs boost from gas field development

The development of the Barque field, offshore from Oamaru, has the potential to more than double New Zealand's current oil and gas production, a study has found. The gas-to-shore scenario could generate $450 million in annual GDP from operations and $700 million each year in royalties and taxes over the life of the field. More importantly from a South 9

30 October 2017 1:01 AM New Zealand Parliament to convene next week

New Zealand’s 52nd Parliament will meet on Wednesday, November 8, 2017 to hear the Speech from the Throne by Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy. We promised we would be a government of action so I am pleased to announce the opening of Parliament next week. The Speech from the Throne will set out our vision for a fairer, better New Zealand and the measures 12

30 October 2017 1:01 AM State Opening of the 52nd Parliament

New Zealand’s 52nd Parliament will meet on Wednesday 8 November to hear the Speech from the Throne by Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy, says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. “We promised we would be a government of action so I’m pleased to announce the opening of Parliament next week. “The Speech from the Throne will set out our vision for a fairer, better 9

29 October 2017 3:54 PM 'This Week' Transcript 10-29-17: Rep. Adam Schiff and Gov. Chris Christie

GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, ABC ANCHOR: Special counsel Robert Mueller's grand jury approves the first charges in the Russia investigation, arrests as early as tomorrow. Who is the mystery target? How close to the White House? All the fallout from Mueller's first big move. DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: It was almost a lovefest 10

28 October 2017 4:04 PM Blaming capitalism for policy failure is fake news

“If you have hundreds of thousands of children living in homes without enough to survive, that’s a blatant failure… When you have a market economy, it all comes down to whether or not you acknowledge where the market has failed and where intervention is required. Has it failed our people in recent times? Yes. How can you claim you’ve been successful 26

27 October 2017 8:02 PM Sports Minister Grant Robertson

New Sports Minister Grant Robertson is keen to see the Black Ferns paid better. NZ Rugby chief executive Steve Tew admitted in August their pay was "pretty modest". Many of the world champion side have day jobs to make ends meet, while some All Blacks get paid more than $1 million a season, according to reports. Asked on The Nation if any changes were in the works 11

27 October 2017 4:00 PM Webpoll vote split on Winston Peters’ coalition decision

Webpoll vote split on Winston Peters’ coalition decision A SLIM majority believe New Zealand First leader Winston Peters made the wrong decision choosing Labour over National to form a government, according to this week’s online webpoll. “Did Winston Peters and New Zealand First make the right decision?” the webpoll question asked. Of the 594 votes it attracted 11