Minister for Social Development Anne Tolley is living in wonderland, claiming her government has concern for New Zealand workers, says New Zealand First.
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There are not enough houses for Kiwis in Auckland let alone for immigrants, says New Zealand First.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse needs to explain why New Zealand has allowed the country to become a soft touch for so-call business immigrants, given the sharp rise in investor approvals.
Whanganui Public Meeting
Friday 12 September, 5.00pm
Central Baptist Church, Cnr Wicksteed & Dublin St, Whanganui
PROVINCES DESERVE A FAIR GO
Thursday 11 September, 12pm
Red Square, Tauranga.
Knowing the way forward
An election calls on us all to think about our country.
New Zealand cannot deal with almost 800 people settling here every week - it is just not common sense, says New Zealand First.
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 –