#LIVE with Andrew Little and Jacinda Ardern at our Community Action Launch in Wellington. Sign up to our movement to #ChangeTheGovt today: labour.org.nz/volunteer
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Reminder: This afternoon we're launching our Community Action Network in Wellington! It's our community-led grassroots movement, bringing thousands of people together all around the country to help us #ChangeTheGovt.

Come on down to Wesley Church on Taranaki St – doors open at 1 pm. If you can't make it, we'll be livestreaming it here from 1.30 pm.
Reminder This afternoon were launching our Community Action Network in Wellington Its

Labour's Community Action Network: Wellington Launch

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We're proud to have amazing new candidates like Kiri Allan - East Coast standing for Labour this election. Here's her latest campaign update for The Spinoff:
Were proud to have amazing new candidates like Kiri Allan East Coast

'The culture of politics can take a few lessons from rugby': Kiri Allan kicks off full-time campaigning

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Francis Hokianga
Susan Chu
In three months today, on September 23, New Zealand will be heading to the polls.

Are you ready to vote Labour and #ChangeTheGovt? Let us know you’re with us here: labour.org.nz/im-in
In three months today on September 23 New Zealand will be heading to the polls ️
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Lani Wong
Brendon Monk
Last year, we worked with the Greens and Māori Party on a homelessness inquiry, and found that there are more 40,000 homeless people in New Zealand.

That number is rising, and people like Myles Hemopo are being forced to sleep on the streets.

We asked National to be part of our inquiry on homelessness, but they refused. After nine years, they won't take serious action. We will.
Last year we worked with the Greens and Māori Party on a

Rough sleepers on the rise

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Terry Leach
Tomorrow, we're launching our Community Action Network in the capital!

CAN is our grassroots campaign movement, made up of thousands of New Zealanders from all around the country. We're all working to #ChangeTheGovt – and you can join us.

Come along to Wesley Church on Taranaki St at 1pm tomorrow to meet Andrew Little, Jacinda Ardern, and local organisers and supporters:
Tomorrow we're launching our Community Action Network in the capital

Labour's Community Action Network: Wellington Launch

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Lani Wong
Recognise this guy? Guess the year... #TBT
Recognise this guy Guess the year TBT
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Janice Randall
Lee Apadam
Today, Andrew Little announced we'll commit $100 million to public transport in Greater Christchurch, including commuter rail from Rolleston to the CBD.

For nine years, National has ignored public transport. Labour's fresh approach will see us unlock the railways for commuters to ease congestion, open up opportunities for residential and commercial development, and get the city moving.

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Today Andrew Little announced well commit 100 million to public transport in
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Once again, National’s Ministers are hiding behind their departments.

Bill English and Nikki Kaye should be the ones apologising to students, principals, teachers and parents around Christchurch.

And actually, while they’re at it, they should apologise for underinvesting in Christchurch schools and allowing classrooms to become overcrowded, too.

After nine years of this tired National...
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Once again National’s Ministers are hiding behind their departments

Ministry of Education apologises to Canterbury schools after scathing Ombudsman report

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Ngaire Devantier
Wendy Earles
Carole Jenner
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LIVE: Labour's public meeting in Christchurch on mental health
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Labour believes every New Zealander should have a roof over their heads, and a place to call their own.

Check out our fresh approach to housing here, including how we'll build more affordable homes and increase our state housing stock: labour.org.nz/housing
Labour believes every New Zealander should have a roof over their heads

Native Affairs - Desperately Seeking A Home

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Ruth Snook
Des Maureen McPhee
Cantabrians – tonight we'll be at the Transitional Cathedral in Christchurch CBD to discuss the state of Christchurch's mental health services.

Come along and join Labour Leader Andrew Little, Labour's Health Spokesperson Dr David Clark, local MPs Dr Megan Woods - MP for Wigram, Hon Ruth Dyson, Rino Tirikatene and Poto Williams, and a panel of local experts to discuss the issues our mental...
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Cantabrians tonight well be at the Transitional Cathedral in Christchurch CBD to

Christchurch mental health public meeting

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Lani Wong
Louis Ratana
In the lead-up to the election, Villainesse is asking politicians from each party in Parliament a pretty important question: Why should young women vote for you?

First up is our Leader Andrew Little. Check out what he has to say about the big issues facing our young women right now, what we'll do to close the gender pay gap, how we'll bring more women to the decision-making table, and more:
In the leadup to the election Villainesse is asking politicians from each

The Pitch: Andrew Little

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David Nash
Erika Howie
Right now, DHBs are scrambling to find the money that's been cut from their budgets thanks to the Minister of Health's stuff-up. But the Minister isn't taking this seriously – in fact, he's brushing it off as a 'minor technical error.'

After nine years of a Government that doesn't take the big issues seriously, we need leadership in health, and we need it now. It's time to #ChangeTheGovt.
Right now DHBs are scrambling to find the money thats been cut

DHBs considered vote of no confidence over funding blunder

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Olive Gardner
Michaela Perkins
Today in Parliament, Labour's Health Spokesperson Dr David Clark cut through National’s spin ✂ and exposed how they aren't taking our healthcare seriously:
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Sarah Howden
Our grassroots campaign movement is made up of thousands of New Zealanders, up and down the country, all working to #ChangeTheGovt. We call it the Community Action Network.

We’ve already launched CAN in Auckland and Christchurch, and this Saturday it’s Wellington’s turn. Join Labour Leader Andrew Little, Deputy Leader Jacinda Ardern, and local organisers and supporters from 1 pm at Wesley...
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Our grassroots campaign movement is made up of thousands of New Zealanders
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Kyle Gregory
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In March last year, we announced that a Labour Government would double the refugee quota to 1500.

Today, on World Refugee Day, we're proud to reaffirm our support of Doing our bit - Double NZ's refugee quota's campaign – and we're ready to do the right thing.
In March last year we announced that a Labour Government would double
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Health Minister Jonathan Coleman's Budget blunder means the cash-strapped Southern DHB will have to give up $5.7 million of their funding and do more with less.

It's time for Labour's fresh approach and a Government that takes health seriously.
Health Minister Jonathan Colemans Budget blunder means the cashstrapped Southern DHB will

Budget blunder costs SDHB $5.7m

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