Finance Minister Bill English admits Kiwi farmers are the only ones who can make money out of New Zealand farms, yet we are still selling our land to foreigners, says New Zealand First.
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New Zealand is in danger of losing as much as 30 per cent of its red meat production to overseas ownership, but there is an alternative, says New Zealand First.
Foreigners will be lining up to snap up New Zealand farms as highly indebted dairy farmers are forced off the land, says New Zealand First.
The government has finally admitted its folly over foreign ownership of New Zealand’s farms, says New Zealand First.
Another huge tract of Crown land has now gone into foreign hands, says New Zealand First.
The Prime Minister’s solution for housing speculation is not the key but a pittance and completely ignores the issue of offshore purchases of New Zealand land and massive immigration, says New Zealand First.
Foreign corporate buy-up of farms should be ringing alarm bells with the government, says New Zealand First.
The National government must seek clarification from the buyers of a Far North camping ground that it will not be used as a workers’ camp for lowly paid Chinese workers, says New Zealand First.
The welcome surge in global dairy prices, like that of wool recently, has nothing to do with government policies but it now leaves our farms at the mercy of cashed up foreign buyers.
The wealth of rural towns is being exported as foreign buyers snap up New Zealand farms and businesses, says New Zealand First.
Kiwis have little chance of outbidding a foreign buyer for New Zealand land, says New Zealand First
“Foreign buyers can pull the rug from under our feet when it comes to purchasing, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.