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WELLINGTON New Zealand's jet fuel shortage on Tuesday forced 39 flights to be cancelled, 13 of them international, with concerns the fuel crisis may spread after fuel stations in the country's largest city Auckland halted high-octane gasoline sales.
WELLINGTON, Sept 19 New Zealand's jet fuel shortage on Tuesday forced 28 flights to be cancelled, six of them international, with concerns the fuel crisis may spread after petrol stations in the country's largest city Auckland cut high octane fuel for high-end cars.
WELLINGTON New Zealand called in its defence force on Monday to help move fuel around the country after a burst oil pipeline triggered a jet fuel shortage, causing dozens of flight cancellations and disrupting the plans of thousands of airline passengers.
WELLINGTON A New Zealand Labour government will still want to be part of the stalled Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal but only if it allows for foreigners to be banned from buying existing homes, opposition leader Jacinda Ardern said on Tuesday.
WELLINGTON New Zealand's newly invigorated Labour Party has widened its lead over the governing National Party, further threatening its decade-long hold on power, a poll showed on Thursday, as the two party leaders exchanged jabs at their third debate in a week.
WELLINGTON Neither major New Zealand political party leader on Monday would rule out appointing nationalist New Zealand First head Winston Peters as deputy prime minister as poll averages showed a neck-and-neck race for a Sept. 23 election.
WELLINGTON Investors in New Zealand's financial markets are suddenly having to price in political risk after a decade of stability, as a nailbiting election race looks set to trigger a shake-up of economic and monetary policy.
WELLINGTON A "bombshell" poll on Thursday showed New Zealand's Labour Party will pose a significant threat to the ruling National party at September's election, as its leaders clashed in a debate focussed on housing, the economy and immigration.
WELLINGTON The New Zealand government more than doubled its budget surplus forecast this year but cut growth forecasts in a spending update on Wednesday, flagging that the country's next government will have less spare cash.
WELLINGTON When Jacinda Ardern seized leadership of New Zealand's opposition Labour Party earlier this month, she quickly drew comparisons with youthful, cosmopolitan leaders like Canada's Justin Trudeau and France's Emmanuel Macron.
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