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O’Connor confirms breach of industry agreement

Confirmation from the Minister for Agriculture today that he’s going to force the cattle industry outside of an agreed mandate to pay to eradicate Mycoplasma Bovis is chilling, National’s Agriculture...


Sage failing to protect marine species

Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage has once again failed to do her job to improve environmental protections, today blocking an attempt to better protect endangered Great White Sharks, National’s Conservation spokesperson...


No more guns for gangs

A National Party Members’ Bill drawn from the ballot today will crack down on dangerous gang members and ensure they don’t have access to firearms, says National’s Police spokesperson Chris...


100% of submissions oppose Govt Electoral Bill

The Ardern-Peters Government should withdraw its Bill that enables party leaders to dismiss an MP from Parliament following unanimous opposition to it, National’s Electoral Law spokesperson Dr Nick Smith says....


Stronger punishment for litterbugs

National’s Environment Spokesperson Scott Simpson’s Members Bill to toughen up the penalties for people caught illegally dumping rubbish has passed its first reading in Parliament today. “Nothing annoys me more...


Nicola Willis – Maiden Speech

E nga mana, e nga reo, e nga rangatira, tena koutou, tena koutou, kua huihui kia ora koutou, katoa.   Mr Speaker, I acknowledge your mana.  I do so with...


Highest proportion of women in NZ Parliament

The New Zealand Parliament now boasts the highest proportion of women in its history, and that’s cause for celebration National’s spokesperson for Women Paula Bennett says. “With the recent return...


Cattle industry heavied into paying for M-Bovis

Reports from the cattle industry that the Government is effectively forcing it outside its mandate to contribute towards biosecurity incursions are extremely concerning, National’s Agriculture spokesperson Nathan Guy says. “The...


Simon Bridges connecting with communities

National Party Leader Simon Bridges will this week begin a comprehensive tour of New Zealand aimed at hearing from Kiwis increasingly concerned by the Ardern-Peters Government and its unchecked assault...


More oil and gas shocks exposed

The oil and gas industry will be devastated to learn that the Government has more law changes in store for it – changes it hasn’t been up front about, National...