The landslide of dairy farms being sold up will push massive amounts of productive land into foreign ownership, unless the drawbridge is pulled up quickly, says New Zealand First.
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The sale of iconic Mt Cook high country station presents a wonderful opportunity for the government to unlock more of Mt Cook National Park, home of New Zealand’s highest peak.
Auckland’s dire housing crisis is deepening, yet the Government continues to ignore one of the chief causes – open door immigration, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is set to approach the regulators over what it believes are serious irregularities involving the sale of our largest meat exporter - Silver Fern Farms.
Prime Minister John Key has absurdly blamed other political parties for his failure to tighten rules around foreigners buying land and businesses, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is unsurprised that Silver Fern Farms has reacted bitterly to the latest counter proposal to keep it Kiwi.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee thought of giving away the RNZAF Iroquois helicopters, but then decided on a loss-making sale to the US, says New Zealand First.
The rejection of the sale of Lochinver to a Chinese company, because benefits will not be substantial, is baffling, says New Zealand First.
Finance Minister Bill English turned down a request to meet New Zealand’s biggest beef exporter Silver Fern Farms when it was seeking investment, says New Zealand First.
Confirmation Silver Fern Farms will seek foreign capital from Shanghai Maling, a subsidiary of Chinese state-owned enterprise Bright Food, shows government bias towards foreign companies, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is calling on Prime Minister John Key to explain what is going on in the background of New Zealand-owned beef company, Silver FernFarms.