Denis is speaking at a Christchurch Housing Forum which is being hosted by the Tenants Protection Association Christchurch.
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So much New Zealand land is being sold to foreigners the office that is supposed to be the watchdog for Kiwis should be renamed the Office for Selling off New Zealand.
Denis O'Rourke will be speaking at the Community Housing Aotearoa National Conference in Nelson on New Zealand First's housing policies.
New Zealanders may lose out if building contractors end up favouring overseas suppliers as a result of the Government’s decision to lift import tariffs on a range of building products, says New Zealand First.
Upper Hutt Grey Power Public Meeting
Wednesday 18 June, 1.30pm
Hapai Rooms, Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt
TIME TO PREPARE FOR THE BATTLE
The Government needs to stop playing political games with the New Zealand public, says New Zealand First Spokesperson for Social Policy Le’aufa’amulia Asenati Lole-Taylor.
Interest rates up. Power prices up. Fruit and vege prices up. Milk and cheese prices up.
No wage rises for half the workforce but everything is costing more.
Had enough? There’s more.
Kiwi home loan borrowers and exporters are being sacrificed as the Reserve Bank desperately tries to deflate the country’s housing bubble, especially in Auckland, says New Zealand First.
A protest march is not for everyone. Many Kiwis tend to lodge their protests quietly.
Temporarily removing duties and tariffs on building materials for home builders is a drop in the ocean, saving only about $3,500 on a new home, says New Zealand First.
Grant Thornton New Zealand and Westpac Budget 2014 breakfast
Friday 16 May, 8am
Te Marae, Te Papa Museum, 55 Cable Street, Wellington
“Cake for Cronies - Crumbs for Kiwis”
Budget 2014 completely ignores the elephants in the room – immigration, housing, jobs and exports, says New Zealand First Leader, Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The problems are: