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Polls close in New Zealand’s cliffhanger election

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

WELLINGTON (REUTERS) – New Zealanders went to the polls on Saturday (Sept 23) following the most hotly-contested race in recent history, with changes to the country’s openness to migration and trade, and the central bank’s approach to monetary policy, among the possible outcomes. 463 more words

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New Zealand polls close after nail-biting race, record numbers vote in advance

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealanders went to the polls on Saturday after the most hotly contested race in recent history, with changes to the country’s openness to migration and trade and the central bank’s approach to monetary policy among the possible outcomes.
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New Zealand votes in knife-edge election

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WELLINGTON (AFP) – New Zealand is voting on Saturday (Sept 23) in a cliffhanger election pitting conservative Prime Minister Bill English against charismatic young rival Jacinda Ardern. 600 more words

Current Affairs

Polls open in knife-edge New Zealand election

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Polls opened on Saturday in a cliffhanger New Zealand election pitting conservative Prime Minister Bill English against charismatic young rival Jacinda Ardern. 216 more words

Money Matters

New Zealand polls open as record numbers of voters cast ballots in advance

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand went to the polls to choose the make-up of its fifty-second Parliament on Saturday, in a close-run race between the governing National Party and the opposition Labour Party.
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Friday Poll: What defines a church?

The title of today’s poll is a bit misleading. The only true definition of a church is Jesus Christ and His gospel. However, I want us to think in societal and cultural terms. 36 more words

Thoughts On Church And Christianity

If you were Sarll 1: Results

Earlier yesterday I set the fans a series of situations that Sarll is facing at the moment and asked what they would do in the situation. 1,126 more words

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