New Zealand election

New Zealand election 

New Zealand without leader as talks continue

The New Zealand election took place on 14 October, with National Party leader Christopher Luxon emerging as the country’s next PM.

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Who is NZ’s new prime minister?

The Jacinda Ardern era is officially over. As Australians went to the polls for the Voice referendum on Saturday, New Zealanders voted in their national election. Last election, then-PM Jacinda Ardern led Labour to a comfortable victory. Fast forward three years to 2023 and it was Ardern’s replacement, Chris Hipkins, conceding defeat on election night. New Zealanders voted for a new Government and a new PM, so what happened to Labour, who is PM-elect Christopher Luxon and the National Party, and how has New Zealand’s political landscape shifted between elections? We’ll unpack everything about the NZ election in today’s deep dive.

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New Zealand’s new Prime Minister: Who is Christopher Luxon?

New Zealand is set for a change of government and a new Prime Minister after it voted in an election on Saturday.

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Crime and inflation the key battlegrounds at New Zealand election

The New Zealand election is set to be fought over issues of rising crime and cost-of-living pressures. Here’s what each party is promising.

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