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Hide resigns as Act leader
Rodney Hide has resigned as ACT leader, endorsing former National leader Don Brash to take his place. read more


Hide on Northland
Rodney Hide writes in the HoS: A Peters win would destabilise the Government and power up a Wellington electorate MP. Ohariu would benefit – not Northland. On winning Northland, Peters would resign as a list MP to clear the way for the next candidate on New Zealand First’s list. That candidate is Ria Bond … […]







Act's long, hard road from populism back to principle
For the several hundreds of thousands of voters of conservative mind, Rodney Hide has a message. If they think they can afford to watch Act New Zealand go down the gurgler, they should think again. read more


Sarah Cohen teachers' passion impresses Hide
Associate Education Minister Rodney Hide may not have made a funding announcement but having the opportunity to talk to him was enough for staff and parents of Sara Cohen School yesterday. read more







You need 2.4 km of clear road to now overtake
Rodney Hide does the calculations: Overtaking on the road safely and within the law is now all but impossible. The speed limit on the open road is 100km/h. The police are applying zero tolerance. You can now be ticketed at 101km/h. The speed limit for heavy vehicles and cars pulling caravans, boats or trailers is […]


Now for the post-coup turbulence
The political landscape stretching predictably out before the November 26 election with barely a wrinkle in sight just got more interesting - or at least unpredictable. read more







Hide impressed by Little
Rodney Hide writes: The David Cunliffe experiment of tacking left is over. … Little’s speech was more interesting by far. He’s new and his speech was an opportunity to learn where he’s directing Labour and, potentially, the country. And here’s the money quote: “As a union leader I was always conscious that wealth had to […]


Hide on Little
Rodney Hide writes in the HoS: The old hands weren’t so sure. Dumping on your own candidate didn’t seem right. And Labour’s support for Peters embarrassed them. They also knew that giving Peters an opportunity, any opportunity, would not necessarily develop to Labour’s advantage. This week’s Herald-Digipoll survey confirmed their worst fears. Little is polling […]










 
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