New Zealand First supports Christchurch sisters Karen Beaumont and Anne-Marie Forsyth and their fight to expose the paedophile who was convicted of sexually abusing them 20 years ago.
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Upper Hutt Public Meeting
Wednesday 10 September, 10.30am
Hutt Gables, 1094 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt
CRIME: MORE ABOUT PREVENTION THAN DETECTION
Asenati Lole-Taylor will attend the Just Speak Candidates Forum on behalf of New Zealand First.
National is ignoring serious crime in New Zealand and putting young people at risk, says New Zealand First.
As the thin blue line of police gets thinner under National, the government is also resorting to trickery to cover up the true extent of crime, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First says the Government’s proposed crackdown on gangs misses the mark and does not go far enough.
New Zealanders should not be fooled by Police Minister Anne Tolley, says New Zealand First.
The Victims of Crime Reform Bill amends and improves the Victims’ Rights Act 2002 ; the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989 ; the Parole Act 2002 ; and the Sentencing Act 2002 to provide better for victims of crime generally; to b
Rt Hon Winston Peters says the $120 million drugs and property bust yesterday shows that Immigration New Zealand and its political masters have no idea they are bringing organised crime into the country.
The latest crime statistics are no cause for gloating by the Police Minister who should be redoubling efforts to get more front line police back in action, says associate Law and Order spokesperson Asenati Lole-Taylor.
Honourable members, today I want to talk about an issue of concern to all New Zealanders – that issue is CRIME.
New Zealand First says its Sentencing (Protection of Children from Criminal Offending) Amendment Bill drawn from the Member’s Ballot today will impose tougher sentences on criminals committing serious crimes such as operating a P-Lab when childre