There is no good news in the pre-election economic and fiscal update released today, says New Zealand First.
Updates filtered by: Economy
New Zealand First Convention Speech
Sunday, 20 July, 2pm
Alexandra Park, Auckland
“It’s Common Sense”
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Timaru Grey Power Speech
Wednesday 16 July, 10.30am
South Canterbury RSA, 21 Wai-iti Rd, Timaru
“TWENTY NINE YEARS – HOW LITTLE HAS CHANGED”
In the past six years about half a million people have come and gone from New Zealand.
There has been a constantly revolving door.
New Zealand First recommends the authors of the “Open for Business: Removing Barriers to Foreign Investment” report should bring themselves up to date.
The National Government’s handling of the economy is making little difference to many Kiwis, says New Zealand First.
Many younger New Zealanders have no memory of the great country we once were.
Friday 21 February, 1.30pm
AMI Netball Stadium, Northcote Rd, Takapuna, Auckland.
‘The Real State Of The Nation’
It is part of the character of New Zealanders to be positive.
The Government is turning a blind eye to the continuing stream of job losses as it talks up the economy, says New Zealand First.
The Prime Minister wants the House to express its confidence in the National Government – well we don’t!
That plan outlined by the Prime Minister for 2014 brought to mind the word Hoover.
Predictably, the Prime Minister today gave a feel good speech implying that all is rosy and that the country is heading in the right direction, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First says alarm bells are sounding in many vital areas of the economy according to this year’s Global Competitiveness Index.