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Govt must break deadlock on teacher strikes

The Government must settle pay negotiations and avoid a two day teacher strike to give teachers what they deserve, ensure learning is uninterrupted and that parents aren’t having to scramble...


Housing New Zealand turns down good houses

Housing New Zealand’s decision to only lease houses built since 2001 will be a disappointment for many tenants, National’s Housing spokesperson Judith Collins says. “Turning down good homes on the...


State houses on Airbnb inappropriate

Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford needs to swiftly clamp down on state housing tenants that are renting out surplus rooms in their social housing properties, National’s Social Housing...


National’s NAIT amendments deserved due process

While some changes to the National Animal Identification and Tracking Act (NAIT) are needed, Parliament has been denied the opportunity to properly scrutinise Government amendments which may not be in...


Labour’s Māori relationship in tatters

The Government is failing Māori by playing politics with an important issue like freshwater, National’s Māori Development spokesperson Nuk Korako says. “The Government claimed at the start of this year...


Govt failing New Zealanders on freshwater

Environment Minister David Parker’s bull in a china shop approach to resolving freshwater issues in New Zealand is hindering progress on an issue of real importance to all New Zealanders,...


NZ First MPs signed $300k good behaviour bond

Revelations that Government MPs are required to sign a legally enforceable contract meaning they must pay $300,000 if they do not follow their Leader’s instruction is an affront to our...


Important Wellington road at risk

The Government must come clean on what its new transport plan and its focus on building a new tram in Auckland at the expense of regional roads means for the...


Strikes, strikes, strikes – and more to come

There have now been twice as many people go on strike in the past ten months than in the entire nine years of the previous National-led Government, National’s spokespeople for...


Broadcasting Amendment Bill drawn from the ballot

A National Party Members’ Bill drawn from the ballot late last week in the name of National list MP Melissa Lee would ensure that broadcasting content funding decisions by the...