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Why I'm speaking up on He Puapua

May 10, 2021 Share

Since my speech on the Government’s He Puapua report last week, I’ve been asked why I’m speaking up on it. I’m speaking up because it’s a conversation that needs to be had.

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Week in Review

May 03, 2021 Share

Where does the Prime Minister stand on He Puapua? - National is calling on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to reveal where she stands on the report Labour commissioned, which proposes separate Māori authority across multiple layers of government and discusses constitutional change.

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Week in Review

April 26, 2021 Share

News the Government will move to a risk-based approach for overseas arrivals is welcome but well overdue. Back in January National proposed precisely this approach and since then we’ve been calling for a traffic light system for MIQ arrivals.

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Week in Review

April 18, 2021 Share

Like many Kiwis across New Zealand, we were shocked to find, yet again, that the Government have not been doing their job to keep our border secure.

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National proposes new law to get more houses built

April 14, 2021 Share

National is proposing an alternative solution to the housing shortage that will urgently address the country’s land supply problem and help councils fund supporting infrastructure.

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Week in Review

April 10, 2021 Share

This week, Jacinda Ardern finally fronted up and announced the trans-Tasman safe travel bubble will open from 19 April 2021. This isn’t a case of job done, however. This should be the first step in the Government laying out its roadmap for how it plans to safely reconnect New Zealand to the world.

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Labour owes Mental Health Foundation an apology

April 09, 2021 Share

Labour Minister David Parker has thrown the Mental Health Foundation under the bus in a continuance of his Government’s refusal to take responsibility for their series of failings when it comes to mental health.

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Week in Review

April 04, 2021 Share

We hope everyone is having a safe, enjoyable, and relaxing Easter weekend break, with family and friends, during this important time for many Kiwis in New Zealand and around the world.

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Week in Review

March 27, 2021 Share

On Monday, the Prime Minister had a chance to do the right thing and announce a date when the trans-Tasman safe travel bubble will be open. She chose not to. Instead, she announced that she will soon announce an announcement of a date.

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Week in Review

March 20, 2021 Share

Government inaction will cost jobs and livelihoods.

New Zealand’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) fell 2.9% over the year to Dec 2020. The largest annual fall ever in New Zealand.

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