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National supports firearms reform

Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges has welcomed the changes proposed by the Government today to reform our firearms legislation. “The terrorist attack in Christchurch last week has changed us...


Opposition Leader’s Address to Parliament on Christchurch terror attacks

Mr Speaker, as New Zealand woke on the 15th of March 2019, none of us could have imagined the horror and terror about to be unleashed on our way of...


Opposition Leader visits Christchurch

Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges has today visited Christchurch alongside the Prime Minister and other Party Leaders and met with the Islamic community, some of the affected families and...


Opposition Leader condemns Christchurch attack

Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges has condemned the Christchurch attacks and expresses condolences to the people of Canterbury. “Details are still emerging but the attacks are shocking. “We stand...


Nash acting like Minister Against Small Business

Stuart Nash seems oblivious to the harm a Capital Gains Tax would cause small business owners, National’s Small Business spokesperson Jacqui Dean says. “The Minister for Small Business said last...


Taxpayers paying for Mr Twyford’s mistakes

Housing Minister Phil Twyford’s contract to underwrite KiwiBuild houses with developer Mike Greer Homes is looking murkier and murkier, National’s Housing spokesperson Judith Collins says. “There were 13 houses already...


Wellington bustastrophe is now a Govt failure

Continuing issues with Wellington’s public transport system, including driver shortages and service cut backs, demand a genuine response from central Government, local National Party Wellington-based MPs say. Associate Transport spokesperson...


Govt won’t rule out taxing the family home

The Government is providing no certainty to homeowners, despite claiming the family home would be exempt from a Capital Gains Tax because it won’t say whether a home-based business or...


CGT valuations would pile on costs, benefit no-one

Valuing every single business, farm, rental property or family bach to comply with a Capital Gains Tax regime would impose billions of dollars of costs on New Zealanders while benefiting...


CGT would hit over 400,000 properties in New Zealand

Labour’s proposed Capital Gains Tax would apply to more than 400,000 properties around the country because they are greater than 4,500 square metres, Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges says....