Key has indicated he will still reach out to form a Government with ACT, United Future and Maori Party.
With votes from more than 70 per cent of polling stations counted, Bainimarama’s Fiji First party was winning 60 per cent of the vote.
It was the morning of the 68th Independence Day celebrations and along with the rest of the world, India was awaiting its “new generation” Prime Minister to address the Nation from the Red Fort.
The Prime Minister of India will launch the ‘Make in India’ campaign on September 25, 2014. The event will be held LIVE in Auckland at 4pm, in Stamford Plaza Hotel.
As all political parties are gearing up for the D-day, we bring you pictures from election campaigns around the community.
Manukau Indian Association hosted the ‘meet and greet’ evening where in all the Kiwi Indian candidates were invited to interact with the Kiwi Indian community represented by about 200 leaders from all across the country.