New Zealand First wants Social Development Minister Paula Bennett to apologise for hiding the true nature of child abuse and neglect happening around New Zealand.
The Government has introduced a number of bills that put the interests of children as paramount. An example, of course, is the Family Courts Amendment Bill, which was recently passed.
The Family Court Proceedings Reform Bill started out with some very good intentions, and, indeed, there are a number of good things in it.
If the Government is serious about protecting children from harm, it would do well to fast track the Sentencing (Protection of Children from Criminal Offending) Amendment Bill which is currently aw
New Zealand First spokesperson for Social Policy, Asenati Lole-Taylor, is urging MPs to think about children and families instead of a mere building or political agenda when casting their conscienc
Parents and caregivers with outstanding arrest warrants should front up and sort out their issues so that children are not affected by their mistakes, says New Zealand First welfare and social spok
New Zealand First says the Government’s decision to become involved in feeding children at school should come with an apology to principals who’ve been dealing with children battling to reach their
Asenati together with the Kiwi Indian Community Trust will be taking children from struggling families out on a fun day to Rainbows End.
New Zealand First says new laws imposed by the National-led Government through its flawed social welfare reforms are a giant step towards a fully-fledged Nanny state.
New Zealand First is asking the Government whether it intends to issue pregnant mothers with frequent flier cards in case they need to be airlifted to specialised intensive care units.