Features

He Puapua is not the way forward for New Zealand

July 01, 2021 Share

The Government has tried to down play Minister for Māori Development Willie Jackson’s announcement today as a simple consultation process, but in truth it is an indication of what is to come.

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Week in Review

June 28, 2021 Share

We’re focused on holding the Government to account for their policies, decisions, and highlighting how they will affect the lives of everyday Kiwis.

Our priorities for delivery are the COVID-19 Response, Economic Recovery, Hardship & Public Safety, Housing, Infrastructure & World Class Cities, and the Tech Sector and our opportunities post-COVID.

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Have your say on hate speech law

June 28, 2021 Share

I want to be very clear with New Zealanders, the National Party will reverse any attempts Jacinda Ardern’s Government makes to criminalise speech beyond the threshold of ‘inciting violence’.

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Week in Review

June 15, 2021 Share

Labour's Car Tax will unfairly punish Kiwis who don’t have the option right now of switching to an electric vehicle. 

Labour’s Car Tax policy will unfairly hurt farmers, tradespeople and low-income earners for whom low-emission vehicles will still be too expensive or unsuitable for their lifestyle. The people who benefit will be higher-income earners who now don’t have to pay as much for a Tesla. We don’t think it’s fair to make tradies pay more for a Hilux so wealthy executives can get a discount on their next electric car.

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National's Plan to Reduce Prison Violence

June 15, 2021 Share

Working in a prison is a dangerous job and National is very grateful to those New Zealanders who work in our prisons and keep the rest of New Zealand safe. Unfortunately, we have seen our prisons become more and more violent over recent years.

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Week in Review

May 31, 2021 Share

Heavy rainfall has resulted in severe flooding across Canterbury, with ongoing dangerous river conditions and further flooding expected.

If you are in the Canterbury Region, make sure to keep an eye on local and regional updates, and follow the directions and advice of emergency services. You can find updates from Civil Defence and Emergency Management here.

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A day at Flight Interiors

May 30, 2021 Share

As Leader of the Opposition one of the best parts of my job is getting out and about with real New Zealanders and hearing their stories about their aspirations and the challenges they face.

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Week in Review

May 25, 2021 Share

Labour Broken Compass Budget delivers nothing for middle New Zealand, nothing for our senior citizens (except scrapping free annual GP and eye check visits), it lacks the plan and ambition to grow our economy and confirms Labour’s absolute failure to deliver on its promises.

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10 Broken Budget Promises

May 21, 2021 Share

Labour is big on promises but short on delivery. Finance Minister Grant Robertson’s Budget Day speeches make for sobering reading when it comes to the scale of failure to deliver under Labour.

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Week in Review

May 17, 2021 Share

The Prime Minister has still not given her Government’s view on He Puapua. This is despite receiving the report in November 2019. Conveniently for her, she says it has not gone to Cabinet.

 

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