• In its 21st convention and annual meeting New Zealand First party announced its candidates list, which includes three Kiwi Indian candidates as well.
  • A Labour government will undertake a major overhaul of New Zealand’s immigration system, says the main opposition party just two months out of the general election.
  • NATIONAL could end up with two Indian MPs in government if the party win the September election, according to the 2014 list released by party leader John Key yesterday.
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