In today's email we see how the new Government is progressing through its 100 day plan.
Opinion: Last year was one of great highs and lows for the Greens, Shane Cowlishaw writes.
The Green Party will push forward its co-leader election process, with the position to be filled by April.
In today's email we detail the latest developments as we move toward a new Government.
The Greens are leaving the door wide open on any possible coalition arrangements, even refusing to rule out a partnership with National. The next few weeks will see how things shake out, but after bringing the Greens back from the brink, has James Shaw done enough? Shane Cowlishaw reports.
In today's email we catch up on a busy weekend in politics.
The Greens are doubling down on their high polling with a policy announcement reminding the public that they are, well, still green.
In today's email we ask why inflation remains stubbornly low, and we discuss the busy weekend had by New Zealand First and The Greens.
1. Steel dumping claim dumped
The Green Party has revealed a plan to increase New Zealand’s refugee quota from 1000 to 5000 within six years, arguing the sharp increase would merely see us catch up with other countries.