Politics in New Zealand
The politics of New Zealand take place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic monarchy. The basic system is closely patterned on that of the Westminster System, although a number of significant modifications have been made. The head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, who is represented by the Governor-General and the head of government is the Prime Minister who chairs the Cabinet drawn from an elected Parliament.

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Books on the term Politics in New Zealand
Politics In New Zealand
Politics In New Zealand
Richard G. Mulgan, Peter Aimer, 2004
This textbook is an introduction to the study of New Zealand politics. This second edition is designed to incorporate the major changes that have occurred to the New Zealand political system with the advent of MMP.
Party Politics In New Zealand
Party Politics In New Zealand
Raymond Miller, 2005
This book is concerned with the external and internal worlds of party Politics in New Zealand and is organized around around two central themes.
Politics in New Zealand
Politics in New Zealand
R. G. Mulgan, 1997
This book was first published in 1994, and has been extensively revised to reflect political developments since then, particularly MMP.
New Zealand Under Mmp: A New Politics?
New Zealand Under Mmp: A New Politics?
Jonathan Boston, 1996
"Prepared as part of a three-year research project (begun in mid-1995) based at the Victoria University of Wellington, and known as 'The New Zealand political change project: the impact of electoral system change in a small democracy'"--P. ...
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Labour MP Trevor Mallard and the entire NZ First caucus have walked out of Parliament in a protest.
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Veteran Labour MP Ross Roberston retires | Stuff.co.nz
Labour MP Ross Robertson has confirmed he will retire at the next election, opening the door for a new face in one of Labour's safest seats, Manukau East.
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NZ Politics Daily - 31 May 2013: Reactionary cartoons and outrage (liberation)
Liberals are understandably up in arms about the Al Nisbet cartoons on the food in school programme. You can see the cartoons, plus more in my blog post, Images of the Food in Schools debate. And you can read some of the most interesting, insightful, silly, and amusing reactions to the cartoons in Top tweets about the Food in Schools cartoons. The most amusing satirical take on the issue is The Civilian’s Vulgar cartoon offends everyone equally. But by far the strongest defence of the cartoons has come from Colin Espiner in his blogpost, Cartoons that make you think. He concludes: ‘it's a cartoonist's job to offend people. To needle, provoke, outrage, exasperate, annoy, and entertain. To make you think. And Al Nisbet has done just that’. A similar defence is made by the Deputy Editor of The Press, Ric Stevens in an in-depth explanation of his decision to publish the Nisbet cartoon yesterday – see: Cartoon row misses the point. [Read more below]
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Green Party co-leader Russel Norman says the chairman of the electricity regulator has "failed to do his job", following an attack on the Opposition's power plans.
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The New Zealand Government has reported a smaller operating deficit than predicted in last month's Budget forecasts.The operating balance before gains...
Food In Schools Programme To Stay For A Long Time,... | Stuff.co.nz
Thousands of pupils will be given free milk and Weet-Bix from next year, in a five-year breakfast programme involving the Government and private firms.