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Big Spending But Promises Hollow

08.09.2014
Rt Hon Winston Peters

The Conservatives are spending millions pushing their binding referenda mantra to New Zealanders, but now all is revealed – it is an insincere, scatter-brained attempt to win votes.

Government Ignores Sexual Violence Until Election Year

05.05.2014
Asenati Lole-Taylor

New Zealand First says the Government’s $10.4 million cash injection over two years for sexual violence services is only electioneering and not a long-term solution.

Time To Do The Sums On Cook Strait Lemon

08.04.2014
Rt Hon Winston Peters

Should the Aratere set sail again across Cook Strait? That’s the question KiwiRail must now ask itself, says New Zealand First.

We're Not To Be Fooled About Crime

01.04.2014
Asenati Lole-Taylor

New Zealanders should not be fooled by Police Minister Anne Tolley, says New Zealand First.

Snapper Cuts Hitting Wrong Target

01.04.2014
Rt Hon Winston Peters

The rights of the Kiwi fisher are being dealt a blow today with the reduction in the snapper bag limits by the Government, says New Zealand First.

Migrants Buy Way In On Business Visa

26.03.2014
Rt Hon Winston Peters

Migrants will continue to get back-door entry into New Zealand on the back of business visa schemes, despite changes this week, says New Zealand First.

Milk Maid's Explanations Turn Sour

19.03.2014
Rt Hon Winston Peters

The Key Government is contaminated with the taint and smell of corruption from Oravida’s milk maid, Minister for Justice Judith Collins, says New Zealand First.

Devaluations A New Nightmare For Residents

19.03.2014
Denis O'Rourke

Fifty-six Christchurch residents on the Port Hills fear much reduced earthquake payouts after massive devaluations of their properties, says New Zealand First.

Collins Falls Short On 'Very Short' Dinner

18.03.2014
Rt Hon Winston Peters

Questions still hang over Minister for Justice Judith Collins and her activities while visiting China as a Crown minister, says New Zealand First.

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