New Zealand cannot deal with almost 800 people settling here every week - it is just not common sense, says New Zealand First.
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Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse is unable to explain to unemployed Kiwi workers why the government is allowing so many permanent migrants into New Zealand who are not in the skilled category, says New Zealand First.
A protest march is not for everyone. Many Kiwis tend to lodge their protests quietly.
Speaking to a Hutt Valley Grey Power meeting this morning, the Rt Hon Winston Peters accused the Government of “betraying New Zealanders” and any chance of improving housing and infrastructure in Auckland, with an immigration policy that will bri
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:
Budget in Reply Speech
Thursday 15 May, 4pm
Speaking on behalf of the fastest rising political party in New Zealand, New Zealand First says that in this National Party Budget –
Grey Power AGM
Wednesday 7 May 2014, 2.30pm
Ascot Park Hotel, Invercargill
“It’s Time To Work For All New Zealanders - Clearly Minister Collins did not.”
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 held the door open for almost 100,000 people to come and live here in the past year, including some Kiwis returning home.
At the same time we waved goodbye to 66,100 people, about half were Kiwis going to Australia.
Scan through the Business for sale listings and there are small cafes, shops and franchises for about $100,000 but the “best buy’’ is to found elsewhere.
Migrants will continue to get back-door entry into New Zealand on the back of business visa schemes, despite changes this week, says New Zealand First.