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Stable Coalition Government

Progressive Leader Jim Anderton campaigned in Wigram this week with Prime Minister and Labour Leader Helen Clark, at Hamilton Jet. Jim leads the business development work in government that has contributed to 270,000 new jobs. Together, Helen and Jim form the most stable coalition MMP government New Zealand has seen.



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Housing our families

A new policy to actively encourage councils to get involved in cooperative housing was announced today by Jim Anderton, while he visited the house he bought with family benefit capitalisation.  Pictured here at the house with the lady who bought it from him - Kam Chen. More here...

Seniors Policy Pack Launched

Prescription for better health

Dr Fatima Ashrafi and Matt Robson campaign in Queen St, Auckland, for free prescriptions, free GP visits for those under 18 and over 65, a fund to address the waiting lists, and healthy New Zealanders. More here...


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2005 Election
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Party Vote Progressive for insurance against Maori Party stance
Anderton asks Nats to confirm it is not behind dirty tricks campaign in Wigram
Rogue immigration lawyers must be punished
Why the Kiwibank should be saved
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Funding for Salvation Army good news for Whangarei
Robson Scoop Interview
Progressive wants a pilot trial in 'clinical democracy' in health
Progressive wants special fund to slash waiting times and improve health & well-
Anderton asks overseas caller Rod Hide to phone again
Anderton’s Enews 2005 General Election Special
Do Brash, Dunne want to protect us from vodka-supplying child-molesters?
Further funding for WellTrust good news for Wellington
Funding for Springhill Addiction Treatment Centre good news for Napier
Choosing between short-term self-interest & overall well-being
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