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Meet the team: Deborah Russell

This election, Labour has welcomed 18 new MPs to our team in Parliament. We've asked them a few questions about their first couple of weeks here, and what they're most looking forward to as an MP. First up: our new MP for New Lynn, Deborah Russell!

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Welcome to our new MPs!

Last week we welcomed 17 fantastic new Labour MPs for their first day of Parliament. We're thrilled to have such great additions to our team, and we can't wait to see what they achieve over the next three years! 

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How to vote if you're overseas

Overseas voting is now open – and with this election shaping up to be closer than ever, your vote will be crucial for getting New Zealand back on track after nine long years of National. Being overseas doesn't have to stop you from having your say, especially if you want a better New Zealand to return to, and you're ready for Jacinda to be Prime Minister.

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7 ways we'll make life better for renters

Today, Jacinda announced our plan to make life better for New Zealanders who are renting.

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Think Labour's got no policies? Think again.

One of the criticisms that's been floating around about Labour and Jacinda recently is that we have no policy.

And we're all like:

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10 great reasons to back Labour this election

There are so many reasons to vote for Jacinda and for Labour this election – and with our momentum building, we’re hoping that many of you will!

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Jacinda's speech to Campaign Launch

Kia ora koutou katoa,

Kia orana,

Malo e lelei,

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What a week!

It's been a pretty busy first week for new Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern...and the media has been following her first week every step of the way! Her story has even been featured in The Guardian, the Washington Post and the New York Times.

Click on the headline to read the full article:

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How Labour will keep you warm in winter

We’re in the middle of July, one of the coldest months of the year. And that means there are hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders all around the country, struggling to keep their homes warm and dry.

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