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Tomorrow’s Schools Review process needs improvement

News last week that the Tomorrow’s Schools Taskforce received over 5000 submissions and pieces of feedback shows the public and educators are very invested in the potential reforms, National’s Education...


Emergency housing & hardship grants higher than ever

The number of New Zealanders needing assistance to eat and live is at record highs under the Labour-led Government, National’s Social Development spokesperson Louise Upston says. “Hardship assistance has increased...


City Rail Link is running off the rails

Today’s announcement that the cost of the country’s biggest transport project, Auckland’s City Rail Link, has ballooned out by $1 billion is extremely concerning and raises serious questions about the...


Capital Gains Tax back down a win for Kiwis – but more taxes coming

After 18 months of waiting and a $2 million tax working group, National’s relentless opposition to a Capital Gains Tax has forced the Government to back down, Leader of the...


PM breaks commitment on Early Intervention

The Government has failed to deliver on the Prime Minister’s commitment to reduce children’s waiting times for early intervention services, with wait times significantly increasing instead, National’s spokesperson for Early Childhood...


National offers conditional support for Waikato DHB appointment

National is offering cautious support for the Government’s intention to replace the Waikato District Health Board (DHB) with a commissioner, but on the condition David Clark commits to returning the...


Economy slowing while Government in denial

The newly released Performance of Services Index (PSI) shows that the services sector just had its weakest month in six years, National’s Finance spokesperson Amy Adams says. “Bad economic policies...


Bridges thanks Korako for services to Parliament

National Party Leader Simon Bridges has thanked retiring MP Nuk Korako for his hard work and dedication to the National Party after he announced his retirement today. “Nuk Korako has...


Nuk Korako to retire from Parliament

National List MP based in Port Hills, Nuk Korako, today announced he will retire from Parliament. “It’s been a privilege and a pleasure to work for our Port Hills community. We have...


Capital Gains Tax response will still bring pain to many

The Government will this week report back on what it will do with a Capital Gain Tax, Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges understands. “The Government will take its decision...