It could be the town's last race day if a recommendation to slash race tracks across the country is seen through.
He calls it "outdated and unnecessary".
"Already immigration has fallen significantly and will go on falling."
He called her a "leftard" and warned he "will not stop fighting".
"We are substantial donors to you. It's a family tradition. It ended as of today."
The Deputy PM said the meeting was "beyond what we could have hoped for".
Louisa Wall's keen on the idea, but Winston Peters says not on his watch.
Andrew Little says the man accused of her murder could convincingly argue he won't get a fair trial.
After months of negotiations, the agreement could soon be signed by New Zealand.
"The Prime Minister can duck and can dive and avoid... but not actually say anything."
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He warns that "Nazis" are trying to control how people express themselves.
He said what constitutes bullying can be unclear.
Deputy PM Winston Peters said it's unfortunate people lose their jobs based on allegations.
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He says spying has been "going on for decades".
Prime Minister Peter O'Neill spent millions on a fleet of 40 Maseratis for APEC.
"Other countries are looking at NZ with fresh eyes... out of disorder, we've got order."