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Gisborne road plans reveal murky money-go-round

Today’s roading announcement in Gisborne shows what damage Phil Twyford is doing to the transport sector, National’s Transport spokesperson Jami-Lee Ross says.


PM has real questions to answer over Curran

Clare Curran’s resignation has done real damage to the credibility of both the Prime Minister and the Government and leaves Jacinda Ardern with significant explaining to do, Opposition Leader Simon...


Government must halt Twyford’s Taxes

The Government must halt their planned fuel tax increases as record breaking fuel prices are pushing up the cost of living across New Zealand, National’s Transport spokesperson, Jami-Lee Ross says. ...


Bill that will ease dog-control logjam wins support

A Bill that will speed up processing of dog control offences and divert low-level cases away from the District Court has gained broad support, the Bill’s promoter Rangitikei MP Ian...


Questions go unanswered on Broadcasting Minister

This Government has made a mockery of its claim to be open and transparent once again, says National’s Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media spokesperson Melissa Lee. “We know Clare Curran...


Australia laps NZ on growth as Govt flounders

Finance Minister Grant Robertson is desperate to downplay signs this Government is hurting the economy but he’s been shown up by Australia, where per-capita growth is running three times faster,...


NZ First balls up over Māori seats

NZ First MP Darroch Ball’s claim that it can introduce a binding referendum on removing the Māori seats from a Bill that entrenches them is false and dishonest, National’s Electoral...


Haumaha must stand aside

Deputy Police Commissioner Wally Haumaha now has no choice but to stand aside after confirmation that two official complaints about alleged bullying have been lodged against him, National’s Police Spokesperson...


Shark Cage Diving Bill to be debated in Parliament

A Members Bill to provide best practice regulations for shark cage diving activities has been drawn from the ballot and will be debated in Parliament, National’s Conservation spokesperson and local...


New Bill to ensure cowards punches aren’t tolerated

Offenders who sucker punch unwitting victims causing death would be more easily sentenced to up to 20 years in prison under Northland MP Matt King’s Member’s Bill drawn from the...