New Zealand First is calling on the Government to make a full buyout of properties owned by Christchurch residents who were not insured or owned bare sections.
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The Court of Appeal judgement that the Government’s 50 per cent offer to bare land owners and uninsured property owners in Christchurch’s red zone was illegal, vindicates the Quake Outcast’s position and their refusal to accept the offer says New
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New Zealand First has welcomed Labour’s support for a state owned insurance company – put forward by Rt Hon Winston Peters a fortnight ago.
New Zealand First would require all parent reunion migrants entering New Zealand to take out health insurance on their arrival to ease the pressure on New Zealand’s healthcare system.
I rise to take a call on behalf of New Zealand First on the Insurance (Prudential Supervision Amendment Bill. New Zealand First will be supporting this bill.
News that the Residential Advisory Service will assist Christchurch home owners with insurance problems from tomorrow is a case of too little, too late for many of those affected says New Zealand First.
I take a call on behalf of New Zealand First on the Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Amendment Bill. New Zealand First will be supporting it through to the select committee stage.
All Christchurch uninsured red-zoned land owners who accept the current Government’s 50 per cent compensation offer will get the other half should New Zealand First become part of the next coalition Government.
New Zealand First supports the online petition calling for the Government to stop taking advantage of a natural disaster and give red zoned home owners in Christchurch a fair deal in their fight for home and section compensation.
The approved sale of the “good bits” of failed insurer AMI is just another case of the “banana republic” economic policies followed by the National coalition government, says Rt Hon Winston Peters.