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DHBs said they were compliant with Holidays Act

New documents released under the Official Information Act show David Clark’s attempt to blame the previous Government for the Holidays Act debacle isn’t grounded in facts, National’s Health spokesperson Michael...


Sroubek report confirms Minister made wrong decision

A report released today following the decision to let Karel Sroubek have residency in New Zealand shows what we knew all along, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway shouldn’t have let him...


Labour wants another tax

Less than 24 hours after revealing its coffers are overflowing with Kiwis hard-earned money, the Government has decided it’s not enough and it wants to slap Kiwis with another tax,...


National will work with Government on FPOs

National will work with Police Minister Stuart Nash and the Government to ensure our Firearm Prohibition Orders are included in the new gun laws, Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges...


Govt misleading on CRL working with businesses

The Government is misleading the public when it says City Rail Link Limited is negotiating with Albert Street businesses so they can receive support following ongoing disruptions from construction, Auckland...


DHB deficits out of control, health services at risk

Health Minister David Clark has let DHB deficits blow out to a billion dollars putting the sustainability of New Zealand’s health services in crisis, National’s Health spokesperson Michael Woodhouse says....


Robertson’s pockets bulge as everyday Kiwis struggle

The Finance Minister’s fat pockets have come at the expense of hard-working New Zealanders who have been taxed to the eyeballs by this Government, National’s Economic Development spokesperson Todd McClay...


PM must show leadership & strip portfolio from Eugenie Sage

A decision to overturn a ban on the expansion of the Waihi Gold Mine shows that the Government’s land and environment policies are in disarray and that Eugenie Sage is not...


More gang members but not enough cops

The Government has overseen a rapid increase in the number of people joining gangs since it took office, but it’s no closer to achieving its promise of 1800 extra police...


Gang numbers growing rapidly in Auckland

The Government’s soft on crime approach has led to an increase in gang membership in the Auckland City area which is very concerning, MP for Auckland Central Nikki Kaye says....