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David Cunliffe's Fish Dinner Recipe

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I was on Good Morning today, cooking my Fish Dinner recipe, using blue cod which I'd caught. If you want to try making this at home for yourself, you can find the recipe here!

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David’s spaghetti juncture

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It’s a classic bracing Wellington day, with rain drifting across the car park of Newlands Community Centre – but there’s a lot of red piercing the gloom.
Red balloons, red placards, red flowers on Ohariu candidate Virginia Andersen’s top – even a scene-stealing little dog sporting a natty-knitted jumper complete with “four paws for Labour” slogan.

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David makes history

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Early voting for the election got underway yesterday (Wednesday) with David Cunliffe making history as the first Labour leader to cast an advance vote.

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Graham Wolf - Labour Party volunteer and early voter.

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Graham Wolf talks about being a Labour Party volunteer and early voter. He is one of the many extraordinary Labour volunteers working hard #forabetterNZ this election. He also has some great tips on hoardings. Click here to watch his video


In the Red Zone - Poto Williams

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Exactly four years on from the first Christchurch earthquake Poto Williams is sitting in the Red Zone’s Wainoni Methodist Church for a cuppa and a singalong with some 60 or so locals.

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Ikaroa Rawhiti and Hutt South voter challenge

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In Wainuiomata dozens of Labour activists from across the Hutt Valley turned up en masse to be among the first to cast their early votes at Wainuiomata Library - and triggered a social media challenge.

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Laughing all the way to the polling booth

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Step aside Temuera Morrison and Sam Neill – there’s a new Kiwi star of the screen and he’s urging “young voters and male men” to get out and vote

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Getting to the Polls - Phil Goff

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This election I’ve been able to provide a special service for my electorate.  My new van which serves as a mobile electorate office has a wheelchair hoist and today I put it to good use.

 

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Jerome Mika: Labour's candidate in Papakura

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Jerome Mika was just dashing home on Friday for a quick change prior to the launch of Labour’s Pasifika policy at Auckland’s oldest bilingual pre-school, A'oga Fa’a Samoa at Richmond Road Primary School. 

He likes the choice of venue: all levels of education are vital, he says, especially given the demographics of the Pacific population in New Zealand which has a median age of 23 compared to 38 for the population at large.

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Help bring about change - get someone out to vote

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Getting our supporters out to vote during is something veteran Labour volunteers are familiar with – but it’s something every Labour supporter can help with too, even those who have so far not been able to be actively involved with the campaign. 

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