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Third speech on three waters and still no substance

Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta needs to give certainty to the sector, instead of giving high-level keynote speeches that say nothing, National’s Local Government spokesperson Jacqui Dean says. “Today was...


More refugees – but what’s the trade off?

Labour needs to fess up about what NZ First has gained from agreeing to increase the refugee quota by 500 in two years’ time, National’s Immigration spokesperson Michael Woodhouse says....


Cut the cull Minister Sage

Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage needs to halt her cull of 17,500 Himalayan Tahr due to start on 30 September until proper engagement and consultation has taken place, National’s Conservation spokesperson...


New education bill continues Labour’s ideological agenda

Chris Hipkins’ latest piece of legislation is yet another attempt to dismantle reforms made by the previous National Government, National’s Education Spokesperson Nikki Kaye says. “National established Communities of Online...


National celebrates 125 years of women’s vote

Today is a day for all New Zealanders to take some time to reflect on women’s rights, National’s Women’s spokesperson Paula Bennett says. “I’m so proud to live in a...


Shoebox KiwiBuild studios ultimate fail

Housing Minister Phil Twyford’s pet KiwiBuild scheme is a broken project with banks not lending to prospective KiwiBuild home buyers due to their shoebox sizes, National’s Housing spokesperson Judith Collins...


Twyford winds back KiwiBuild policy

Despite almost a year in Government, and six years since the announcement of KiwiBuild, New Zealanders are increasingly confused with the changing detail around Labour’s flagship housing policy, National’s spokesperson...


More evidence that Govt policies are affecting jobs

The Government’s anti-growth policies are not only hurting business confidence but are also affecting business decisions such as hiring fewer workers, National’s Finance spokesperson Amy Adams says. “Grant Robertson has...


Business Partnership Agenda gone in 3 weeks?

The Prime Minister has given her second major speech in three weeks and bizarrely makes no mention of the key announcement of the first – her Business Partnership Agenda, National’s...


PM’s show of unity has hollow ring, no new ideas

The Prime Minister is desperate to show a united Government after the shambles of the past few weeks but it will take more than a reheated speech to convince Kiwis...