In her last address to Parliament, former prime minister Helen Clark harked back to her maiden speech and her goal 27 years ago of making New Zealand a better place to live in. The 59-year-old said her final speech to Parliament was "an occasion I view with mixed emotion" - but she left politics with no regrets. - Stuff on Helen Clark's valedictory speech Cullen has studded his long career in politics with memorable one-liners, some witty, some waspish, but all the more memorable because wit is rare in New Zealand debates. Now he says he regrets some of the things he said. Sometimes he's felt bad, he says. Maybe even enough to apologise? "Let's wait and see." - Stuff "exit interview" with Michael Cullen
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