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Positive signs for CRL impacted businesses

City Rail Link delays are having a devastating impact on Albert St businesses, MP for Auckland Central Nikki Kaye says. “Some businesses have closed and others are struggling to stay...


Guy to call time on Parliamentary career in 2020

Otaki MP Hon Nathan Guy will not be seeking re-election next year and will instead be retiring from politics. Mr Guy became an MP in 2005 and a Minister in...


Government’s only contribution is delays

The Draft Global Settlement Agreement released today largely follows the plans and work started by the previous National Government, but with an unnecessary dose of delay and indecision, National’s Greater...


Speech: National commits to world class cancer care

Thank you for that incredibly warm welcome. It is an absolute pleasure to be here at my second National Party Conference as Leader. It is an immense privilege to lead...


National’s $200m Cancer Fund and Cancer Agency

A National Government will fund an independent Cancer Agency and set up a $200 million fund dedicated to cancer drugs, National Party Leader Simon Bridges says. “New Zealanders shouldn’t have...


Paul Goldsmith – Speech to National Party Conference

You will have noticed a strong economic theme to the start of the conference. It’s true, we in the National Party do bang on a lot about the economy. It...


Speech to National Party Conference. Our bottom line: You

Welcome to the 83rd National Party Conference. How good is it to be back in Christchurch celebrating 83 years of the National Party? Can I start by welcoming two very...


National. Our bottom line: YOU

A strong economy means we can provide the services and support that New Zealanders are looking for. As our economy falters, welfare numbers increase and this Government heaps costs on...


Thanks for supporting our roading policy, Labour

The Government must be closet fans of National’s transport policies after all, given how much pride it took today in announcing the completion of seven road safety projects that started...


Mana in Mahi looking like the next KiwiBuild

The Prime Minister’s feted Mana in Mahi programme is looking more and more like a flop as the Government scrambles to scale it back, National’s Social Development spokesperson Louise Upston...