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Another $4b investment for new infrastructure

New Zealand’s economy is growing faster than in a long time and adding more jobs across the country. That’s a great thing, but to keep growing, it’s important we...


Budget 2017: Record Investment in Education

Budget 2017 has delivered the largest ever investment into education. This reflects National’s commitment to building an education system that caters to individual children and helps each of them to...


Budget 2017: Family incomes to go up

“The measures in this budget are expected to lift 20,000 households above the threshold for severe housing stress, and reduce the number of children living in families receiving less...


Budget 2017: growing our economy and supporting kiwi families

The National-led Government is delivering its ninth Budget on Thursday May 25th. Budget 2017 will see fresh ideas from a strong, unified Government. Under the direction of Prime Minister...


Number of people on a benefit continues to fall

The number of people on a main benefit in New Zealand is the lowest it’s been in a March quarter for the past 20 years. The number of sole...


National supports hardworking kiwis and their families

One of the hallmarks of the National Party has been our tireless belief in the value of hard work, and people getting ahead and leading better lives under their...


3 ways the NZ economy is on the right track

In Government National has worked hard to help see Kiwis get through the economic recession, natural disasters including the Christchurch Earthquakes, and confront global headwinds. Now, with our...


Strong support for National's NZ Super plan

Kiwis are living longer, which is great, but with rising life expectancy comes the need to make responsible policy decisions. That’s why our NZ Super Plan will ensure superannuation is affordable and sustainable for future generations by...


BREAKING: Seven month surplus better than expected

The Government’s books are better than expected, with a $1.1 billion OBEGAL surplus for the seven months to January, Finance Minister Steven Joyce says. “Stronger tax revenues as a result...


10 facts you need to know about National’s NZ Super Plan

1. In 20 years’ time the entitlement age will start to lift from 65 to 67.2. The Super age will increase by six months every year from July 2037 until...