iPredict Ltd 2014 Election Update #15

Column – iPredict iPredicts 7000 registered traders continue to believe Winston Peters NZ First party will hold the balance of power after the election and allow National to govern. There has been a small gain to Act and the Conservatives over the last week and a …

Dunedin South chooses Voight

Press Release – Democrats for Social Credit Health practitioner Warren Voight has been selected as the Dunedin South electorate candidate for Democrats for Social Credit. As a candidate in this years General Election, I am excited to be representing Democrats for Social Credit and celebrating …

Guy: Speech to Irrigation NZ conference

Speech – New Zealand Government Your conference theme is Securing the next generations future which is a very good vision. Tonight I want to say a few words on the importance of irrigation to New Zealands future, and what the Government and industry can do to …

iPredict 2014 Election Update: Monarchy & Key Look Strong

Press Release – iPredict The combined wisdom of the more than 7000 registered traders on New Zealands online prediction market, iPredict, believe there is a just an 8% probability a New Zealand citizen will be Head of State by 2020, this weeks market snapshot indicates. Charles, …

FTA steals a march on NZ and US on agriculture in TPPA

Press Release – Professor Jane Kelsey Australia appears to have stolen a march on New Zealand and other parties to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement by concluding its longstanding negotiations for a free trade agreement with Japan overnight, according to Professor Jane Kelsey, …

iPredict 2014 Election Update #12

Press Release – iPredict National favoured to win, and could now govern with the support of existing coalition partners or New Zealand First Labour remains below 30% but could still govern with Green, NZ First, Maori, and Mana Party Maori Party now forecast to win 2 …

One more time, PM: Parliament does not get to ratify TPPA

Press Release – Professor Jane Kelsey How many times do the Prime Minister and other members of the government have to be hauled up for misrepresenting the role of Parliament in making treaties, especially the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, asked Professor Jane Kelsey from the …