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National loses majority after specials; Harawira farewelled at Parliament. NZN/David Williams March 24, 2014 … Thanks for sticking with us for a historic night in New Zealand politics.

Election 2014: Neck and neck in race for North .

Election 2014 headlines with summaries. Read the full results of the 2014 General Election. 3 minutes to read .

The 2014 New Zealand General Election was held on Saturday, 20 September 2014.

This time around there can be no more important and over-arching issue than the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) which New Zealand is poised to sign, yet receives scant attention in the campaign and is ignored in any of the "surveys" that we've seen.

This page is an index of the policy summaries available on this website. I first just want to take a moment to acknowledge with thanks, the interest and support in this project from the many women who have had a chance to respond to my request to participate. NZ Herald. Reports and statistics.

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These statistics show how many people voted in the 2014 General Election, by age and Māori or non-Māori descent. follow NZ HERALD on: ... Election 2014: Neck and neck in race for North . Posts about NZ Election 2014 written by Ellipsister. We cover these political parties: The National Party, ACT Party, Labour Party, NZ First Party, United Futrure Party, MANA Party, Green Party. Photo / Chris Loufte. National loses majority after specials.

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16 Sep, 2014 5:00am . New Zealand First leader Winston Peters may hold the balance of power in NZ parliament after this September’s election. You can read the detailed statistical results of the 2014 General Election on our results website. Only parties currently in Parliament are indexed in this service.

This time around there can be no more important and over-arching issue than the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) which New Zealand is poised to sign, yet receives scant attention in the campaign and is ignored in any of the "surveys" that we've seen.

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters may hold the balance of power in NZ parliament after this September’s election. The National Party has fallen short of becoming the first ever majority government under MMP in New Zealand, losing one seat in the final election results. News > World > Australasia New Zealand general election 2014: National Party wins historic third term in Government. Photo / Chris Loufte. Election 2014: Canterbury decides.

Find voting statistics, our report on the election, and results from our voter survey. Māori voters are those who identified themselves as being of Māori descent when they enrolled.

The election turned out like it did because the attack politics described in Dirty Politics work, says its author Nicky Hager. Facebook; Twitter; Whats App; Reddit; Email; DEAN KOZANIC/Fairfax NZ. 2014 GENERAL ELECTION - OFFICIAL RESULT: Results Counted: 0%: 100.0% Complete: 100%: Percentage of Party Votes Received by each Party: 47%(60) 25%(32) 11%(14) 9%(11) NAT: LAB: GP: NZF Numbers in brackets are seats won by party : Election Results Pages: Overall Status: Summary of party votes, party list seats and electorate seats. Also important to the upcoming election is the 2014 budget; you can find the 2014 Spending Plan here, and the 2014 Tax Collection Plan here. New Zealand General Election 2014 A few words on the New Zealand Election. The key points have been extracted and linked to the original online policy documents. 3 minutes to read . Nicole Mathewson, Georgina Stylianou and Tim Fulton 10:00, Sep 21 2014.

16 Sep, 2014 5:00am .

Politics. Hone Harawira. The centre-right party won an outright majority for the first time NZ Herald.

Election 2014 - Political Party Policies. New Zealand Labour leader David Cunliffe (left) and NZ Prime Minister John Key during a televised political debate. AAP Image/Mediaworks September 15, 2014