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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.
Promises to restore funding for gifted education by the incoming government will go some way towards ensuring more young people have their potential and sense of belonging fulfilled in New Zealand schools, say Massey University researchers.
Negotiation and compromise might become centrally important tenets in politics if National and Labour joined forces, rather than the self-aggrandising, winner-take-all approach that has dominated thus far, says Associate Professor Beth Greener.
In June of this year Professor Claire Robinson asked the question as to whether the 'youthquake' that shook the Westminster landscape following the British election would happen here in New Zealand?
Which party political leader's image features more frequently in New Zealand's print media? It's a question Professor Claire Robinson sought to answer in 2011 and 2014 and this year she has sifted through newspaper pictorial coverage of the respective campaigns of Bill English and Jacinda Ardern to offer some early analysis.
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Last updated on Tuesday 27 June 2017