Support for Jacinda Ardern as preferred Prime Minister has dropped to her lowest result since 2017.
"This is a stunning indictment on the Government's lack of planning and lack of urgency."
"Residents are now picking up the pieces and adding up their losses, well into the millions of dollars."
ACT has claimed the Government's "irresponsible spending" on transport options for cyclists is driving up inflation.
It's not great news for first-home buyers.
"It's difficult to put a rating on it because you're comparing it against Judith Collins."
ACT was the only party to vote against the Bill.
"What people are now being subjected to is constant uncertainty that verges on a form of torture."
National might be up, but it has come at the expense of a traditional partner.
ACT has raised concerns tourists might not want to come to New Zealand if they're not allowed to buy cigarettes while they're here.
No ACT MP has appeared on the show since October 2020.
"It isn't a good use of resources," says National leader Christopher Luxon.
The ACT leader has revealed the biggest mistake of his year as well as some of the positives.
David Seymour says Labour had spent "too much time doing victory laps".
"I think I always regret the silly things that I've said in my past."
Adding insult to injury, both Judith Collins' caucus foes are registering in the preferred Prime Minister stakes.
ACT's ascent is smashing National and Judith Collins.
The farming advocacy group has been criticised numerous times.
"It's because of actions like this and wording like that, that prevents people from coming forward."
"Now is not the time to be coming out saying, 'Let's get rid of mandates in schools.'"
Data shows up to the end of 2020, only one three-strikes offender had actually served the maximum sentence.
ACT has launched a petition against the repeal.
ACT leader David Seymour asked Ardern if she'll explain it to hairdressers when she visits Auckland.
Health Minister Andrew Little says systems are in place to begin.
Ardern says she won't open up parts of New Zealand with low vaccination rates just so she can have the Christmas holiday she wants.
National leader Judith Collins said Aucklanders were in tears after the announcement.
"We want to see New Zealand do well in the world," said National's trade spokesperson.
A top economist shares his view.
"Jacinda Ardern and her Government will likely go into self-congratulation mode now because of a day of feel-good fun."
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