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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.

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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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Delivering for families

For all of our history, families have been at the heart of every decision Labour has made.

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Andrew Little's Speech on Workplace Relations

What happens with wages and incomes is a measure of the fairness with which the economy is managed.

Political parties routinely pledge to improve prosperity.

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Labour will back fair pay and conditions

Before I came to Parliament, I was a union lawyer, then a union leader. It was my job to make sure people were treated with fairness and dignity at work, and that employers lived up to their obligations to treat their workers well.

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Andrew Little's Speech to New Zealand Institute of International Affairs

Thank you all for coming today, and thank you for inviting me back to the NZIIA. It’s great to be with you again.

The evidence continues to mount that we are in a time of great political change. Around the world, the political ground is moving.

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It's time to join our movement

My name is Selvi Balasubramaniam, and I’m a Sri Lankan Tamil from Auckland who’s been calling Wellington my home for a year and a half now.

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Andrew Little's Speech to Federated Farmers

Thanks very much for having me here today. I'd particularly like to acknowledge Outgoing National President, William Rolleston; Anders Crofoot, National Vice President; Members of the Federated Farmers Board; the National Council; the Provincial Presidents; Damien O’Connor, my Primary Industries Spokesperson; and farmers all around New Zealand.

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