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National will improve care for eyes, teeth and ears

National will support programmes which will vastly improve the quality of life for thousands of New Zealanders, National’s Health spokesperson Michael Woodhouse says. “Healthy teeth, ears and eyes are all...


National will invest in quality healthcare

National has today released our eighth Discussion Document which focusses on health and outlines a range of policies which will enable more Kiwis to access high-quality healthcare, Leader of the...


Speech: Health Discussion Document Launch

I’d like to welcome you all here for the launch of our eighth discussion document, this one on health. A friend of mine has just had a significant surgery. While...


Govt thumbs nose at strengthening terrorism law

The Government has put the safety of New Zealanders at risk by forging ahead with a weak Terrorism Suppression Bill and voting down National’s proposed amendments, National’s Justice spokesperson Mark...


Govt delivers deficits, broken promises, weaker economy

Today’s half year economic and fiscal update is a damning indictment on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s economic management as she puts New Zealand back in the red, National’s Finance Spokesperson...


Law passes to speed up dog control cases

Today my Members Bill to speed up the court process for dog control offences and divert low-level cases away from the District Court has passed into law, Rangitikei MP Ian...


Petition launched to fast-track second Mt Victoria tunnel

The National Party is today launching a petition to bring forward construction of a second Mt Victoria tunnel as part of a balanced transport plan for the capital, Wellington-based National...


Jake Bezzant National’s new candidate in Upper Harbour

Local party members have today selected Jake Bezzant as National’s candidate in Upper Harbour for the 2020 Election. Mr Bezzant is replacing Paula Bennett, National’s Campaign Chair, who isn’t seeking...


Rents up again as Government’s poor policies bite

The average Kiwi renter is paying an additional $2800 a year in rent as a result of this Government’s poor policy making decisions, Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges says....


Low business confidence, less Christmas cheer

The Government’s poor economic management means more people will need food grants this Christmas, but low business confidence means City Missions will have fewer resources to keep up with demand,...