Final Tally in New Zealand's Inconclusive Election to Be Released - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportFinal Tally in New Zealand's Inconclusive Election to Be ReleasedU.S. News & World ReportWinston Peters, leader of the New Zealand First Party, speaks during a media conference in Wellington, New Zealand, September 27, 2017. REUTERS/Charlotte Greenfield Reuters. By Ana Nicolaci da Costa. WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A final tally in New ...and more »

Winston Peters is the hot girl on campus: a sexy guide to MMP relationships - The Spinoff

The SpinoffWinston Peters is the hot girl on campus: a sexy guide to MMP relationshipsThe SpinoffIf the Beehive were a college campus, Winston Peters would be the It Girl with multiple suitors. Madeleine Chapman presents a guided tour through Peters' relationship options as the Hot Girl on Campus. While New Zealand twiddles its collective thumbs ...and more »

Audrey Young: Labour has the edge if the Left's seat count rises - New Zealand Herald

New Zealand HeraldAudrey Young: Labour has the edge if the Left's seat count risesNew Zealand HeraldThe shape of the next New Zealand parliament hinges on 384,000 special votes - so which way are they likely to fall and how will it affect coalition negotiation talks? Audrey Young. By: Audrey Young. Political editor, NZ Herald. audrey.young@nzherald ...and more »

Mike Williams: Immigration's role in coalition negotiations would be fascinating to observe - New Zealand Herald

Mike Williams: Immigration's role in coalition negotiations would be fascinating to observeNew Zealand HeraldOne very clear winner in the election campaign is not a person or a policy, it's a strategy: mass immigration, says columnist Mike Williams. Hawkes Bay Today. By: Mike Williams. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this ...and more »

Fran O'Sullivan: Winston's wants not so way out - New Zealand Herald

Fran O'Sullivan: Winston's wants not so way outNew Zealand HeraldWinston Peters' bid to trim immigration looks likely. Moving Auckland's port to Whangarei is a very different matter. Photo / Northern Advocate. Fran O'Sullivan. By: Fran O'Sullivan. Head of Business, NZME. fran.o'sullivan@nzherald.co.nz @FranOSullivan.and more »

Peters confirms coalition talks will begin tomorrow - Hi-tech Beacon

Hi-tech BeaconPeters confirms coalition talks will begin tomorrowHi-tech Beacon1 NEWS political editor Corin Dann is bunkered out in Wellington, waiting for the first day of coalition negotiations to begin, and it's all about setting process he says. NZ First, which holds the balance of power, will first talk to National on ...and more »

NZ kingmaker Peters to hold coalition talks - ExpressNewsline

ExpressNewslineNZ kingmaker Peters to hold coalition talksExpressNewsline1 NEWS political editor Corin Dann is bunkered out in Wellington, waiting for the first day of coalition negotiations to begin, and it's all about setting process he says. The NZ First leader emerged from the first of Thursday's preliminary discussions ...and more »

Reappearing Election Risks Weigh on New Zealand Dollar; GBP/NZD Bouncing - Pound Sterling Live

Pound Sterling LiveReappearing Election Risks Weigh on New Zealand Dollar; GBP/NZD BouncingPound Sterling LiveThe New Zealand Dollar is showing signs of weakness possibly prompted by a fresh bout of election anxiety, days before a decision on the composition of the next government looks to be finally made. Two weeks after the official result of the election ...and more »

New immigration regime puts onus on employers - Indian NewsLink

Indian NewsLinkNew immigration regime puts onus on employersIndian NewsLinkThe results of the election suggest that next year will be very interesting for the migrant community. As predicted, (New Zealand First Leader) Winston Peters is Kingmaker. For 21 years, he has pushed the anti-migrant platform, and we can expect that ...and more »

Parliamentary election systems abroad - The Torch

The TorchParliamentary election systems abroadThe TorchWith the New Zealand and German parliamentary elections in recent news, Britain and France's elections in older news and Austria's parliamentary election coming up, you may have a few questions. What's a parliament? What's the difference between a ...and more »

After days of drumming fingers everyone is ready for some action - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzAfter days of drumming fingers everyone is ready for some actionStuff.co.nzOPINION: Remember the election? The highs? The lows? The extreme turbulence, the twists and turn? Who could have known that two weeks later there would be... nothing. The wait for special votes has given new meaning to the word "limbo". MPs arrived ...and more »

Final NZ election results imminent as Greens deal themselves out - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewFinal NZ election results imminent as Greens deal themselves outThe Australian Financial ReviewNew Zealand's coalition negotiations are set to pick up tempo as the final election results are released on Saturday afternoon. Populist kingmaker Winston Peters has said that formal talks would have to wait until after the 384,000 'special votes ...and more »

Special votes: Labour, Greens expected to gain at National's expense - New Zealand Herald

New Zealand HeraldSpecial votes: Labour, Greens expected to gain at National's expenseNew Zealand HeraldThe shape of the next New Zealand parliament hinges on 384,000 special votes - so which way are they likely to fall and how will it affect coalition negotiation talks? Claire Trevett. By: Claire Trevett. Deputy political editor, NZ Herald.and more »

Talks to form NZ coalition govt start, no decision until after final count - Yahoo News Canada (blog)

Yahoo News Canada (blog)Talks to form NZ coalition govt start, no decision until after final countYahoo News Canada (blog)FILE PHOTO - Winston Peters, leader of the New Zealand First Party, speaks during a media conference in Wellington, New Zealand, September 27, 2017. REUTERS/Charlotte Greenfield. More. By Charlotte Greenfield. WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New ...and more »

Can Winston form a govt in five days? - Newstalk ZB

Newstalk ZBCan Winston form a govt in five days?Newstalk ZBAssuming talks with National and Labour start on Sunday, after special votes have been announced on Saturday, that's all the time he's got. Peters has set Thursday, October 12, as his deadline for announcing a decision. He set it during the campaign ...and more »

Video podcast: 'Like a bad dream' - the waiting is nearly over, so how might special votes influence Winston's decision? - TVNZ

Video podcast: 'Like a bad dream' - the waiting is nearly over, so how might special votes influence Winston's decision?TVNZCorin Dann and the 1 NEWS political team on how the week in politics echoes a very similar situation two decades ago. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%. Stream TypeLIVE.and more »

Now the real fun begins: Official election results due Saturday - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzNow the real fun begins: Official election results due SaturdayStuff.co.nzThe official election results are set to be released, but we're still no closer to knowing which parties will make up the next government. New Zealand has been in limbo for the past two weeks while the special votes have been collected, counted and the ...and more »

Labour would create Pike River re-entry minister role - New Zealand Herald

Labour would create Pike River re-entry minister roleNew Zealand HeraldThe families have been campaigning for re-entry to recover bodies since explosions in the West Coast underground coal mine killed 29 men in November 2010. AAP. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article.and more »

NZ parties start talks on forming coalition govt a month after polls - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesNZ parties start talks on forming coalition govt a month after pollsThe Straits TimesMr Winston Peters is leader of the First Party, which now holds the balance of power after the Sept 23 election. Published. 3 hours ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit Print Purchase Article. Permalink:.and more »

Corin Dann says bottom lines can be worked around, expects 'crazy and intense' five days if centre-left pick up more ... - TVNZ

TVNZCorin Dann says bottom lines can be worked around, expects 'crazy and intense' five days if centre-left pick up more ...TVNZThe time between the release of the special vote results and the predicted announcement of the next government in New Zealand "will be a crazy five days", says 1 NEWS political editor Corin Dann.and more »