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New Zealand’s newly-elected conservative government scraps Jacinda Ardern government’s smoking ban to fund tax cuts

The anti-smoking law was passed in 2022 by the left-wing government in New Zealand led by Jacinda Ardern and was due to be implemented in July 2024.

Jacinda Ardern resigns as New Zealand Prime Minister, says no reason or angle, just tired

Jacinda Ardern will step down as New Zealand Prime Minister no later than February 7, 2023.

New Zealand: Riots break out as police clamps down on demonstrators protesting against Covid restrictions

Anti-mandate protesters had been demonstrating against govt of New Zealand for imposing restrictions and vaccine mandates

New Zealand abandons cricket series in Pakistan citing security concerns even after Imran Khan told their PM they have the ‘best intelligence system’

Despite Pakistan claims of 'full proof security,' New Zealand team decided against taking any chances and abandoned cricket series.

New Zealand: Knife attack terrorist identified as Samsudeen with history of violent extremism, was under watch after release from jail

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern conceded that the prosecutors had ran out of legal options to keep the terrorist behind bars

Auckland: ISIS-inspired man stabs six in a mall, PM Jacinda Arden calls it ‘terrorist attack’

The attack in New Zealand was carried out by a Sri Lankan national who had arrived in New Zealand in October 2011

New Zealand: Staggered Covid-19 vaccination to begin from end of July, eligible people out of 50 lakh population to be vaccinated by year-end

New Zealand, that has the population of less than 50 lakh, will be able to vaccinate all eligible citizens only by year-end

Well supported by govt of India, NZ Embassy should have used normal channels to get oxygen: PM Jacinda Ardern speaks up on controversy

New Zealand embassy had courted controversy after it requested the youth wing of Congress party for oxygen cylinder

New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern may remain silent on China’s atrocities on Uyghur Muslims. Here is why

China is now New Zealand’s biggest trading partner with annual two-way trade of more than NZ$32 billion ($22.3 billion)

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