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Petition accepted on early reading instruction

Today I accepted a petition from parents and children with dyslexia on early reading instruction and how we can ensure children with learning difficulties get the best support possible, National’s...


Enough of the blame game, Julie Anne

Comments made by Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter blaming NZTA for the failure of Auckland light rail are astonishing - the Government needs to take full responsibility for this...


Rima Nakhle National’s candidate in Takanini

Today Rima Nakhle has been selected by the National Party to stand in Takanini for this year’s General Election. Takanini is a new electorate in South Auckland. Ms Nakhle is...


Todd Muller outlines National’s first term priorities

Creating tens of thousands of new full-time jobs and building a better economy than before the Covid-19 crisis will be National’s top priorities in its first term, Leader of the...


Latest income stats shows need for JobStart

The latest income stats released on Friday reiterates the importance of National’s JobStart scheme, National’s Social Development spokesperson Louise Upston says. “The figures indicate an increase of 1089 in the...


Minister turns her back on Māori media

Cutting funding for Māori news services would be an insult to Māori, National’s Māori Development spokesperson Jo Hayes says. “The creative work of Māori media is an integral part of...


PM getting a leg up from the public service

National Party campaign chair Gerry Brownlee says taxpayers deserve a good answer to why the Instagram page for the Unite for Recovery website they’re paying for – and which is...


Potential labour shortage unless visa problems fixed

The Government needs to act fast or dairy farmers will be left short-staffed during the busy calving season as thousands of worker’s migrant visas are set to expire, National’s Agriculture...


Under National international students would be back

A National Government would be working hard to safely return tertiary international students back to New Zealand as quickly as possible, Deputy Leader and Education spokesperson Nikki Kaye and National’s...


National urges Government to stop fuel hike

National is reiterating its call for the Government to defer the 4c hike in petrol excise duty and road user charges scheduled for July 1, National’s Transport Spokesperson Chris Bishop...