Labour leader Phil Goff has admitted the party made mistakes with its so-called nanny-state policies as he tries to win back voters turned off by Helen Clark's regime.

Mr Goff said he wanted to "draw a line under the past", citing unpopular policies such as those telling people what size shower heads and which lightbulbs they could use.

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