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As the election campaign kicked off, it appeared that immigration would be one of the defining talking points. But has it been that important?
An interactive online tool that boosted youth voting turnout at the 2014 election is back.
The economy is growing, inflation is low, firms are hiring. So, why are the country's leaders trusted by so few? Give us your thoughts in our second election survey.
College of Creative Arts Pro-Vice Chancellor and political commentator Professor Claire Robinson will give a public lecture on the topic of her new book Promises Promises - 80 Years of Wooing New Zealand Voters in Wellington on Thursday.
Students and graduates from Massey University's College of Creative Arts won eight gold pins at the 2018 Best Design Awards for entries ranging from an emergency water storage system, to a multi-use courier bag to a reusable nappy cleaning service.
It's 43 years since Winston Peters first stood for parliament, 25 years since he formed the NZ First Party. With Peters as Acting PM it's a timely opportunity to revisit his role in politics and how he and his party have influenced New Zealand's political landscape.
Citizenship should be about more than voting once every three years, says politics lecturer Dr Emily Beausoleil who will share ideas on how to be an engaged citizen at the Festival for the Future this weekend (July 27-29).
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Last updated on Tuesday 27 August 2019