Workers who lost their jobs today have a right to ask Prime Minister John Key where and when he will find new jobs for them, says New Zealand First.
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Invercargill Public Meeting,
Sunday 14 September, 2pm
Invercargill Workingmen’s Club, Invercargill
TRUTH, HONESTY AND EXPORT WEALTH
Levin Public Meeting
Saturday 13 September, 10.30am
Levin War Memorial Hall, Chamberlain St
TIME FOR COMMON SENSE
Thank you for the opportunity to talk to you today.
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.
Porirua Public Meeting
Tuesday 9 September, 1.30pm
Porirua Club, Lodge Place, Porirua
Capital Gains Tax
Tax Cuts and Debt
Rotorua Public Meeting
Friday 5 September, 12pm
Waiariki Student Union, Rotorua
SOME REAL QUESTIONS THAT YOUNG VOTERS NEED TO ANSWER
Epsom Public Meeting
Sunday 24 August, 2pm
Alexandra Park, Cnr Greenlane West and Manukau Road, Greenlane, Auckland
“THE WORDS MEAN WHAT I SAY THEY MEAN”
New Zealand cannot deal with almost 800 people settling here every week - it is just not common sense, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First 2014 Campaign Launch
Kelston Community Hall, Awaroa Road, Kelston, Auckland
Sunday 10 August, 1.30pm
IN PURSUIT OF ECONOMIC NATIONALISM – PUTTING NEW ZEALAND FIRST
Kawerau Grey Power Public Meeting
Kawerau Concert Chambers, Kawerau
Friday 8 August, 1.45pm
New Zealand Forestry for New Zealand Jobs and Wealth
A New Zealand log price.
The investigation of beneficiaries who took cash to work in Christchurch but did not show up to their jobs comes as no surprise to New Zealand First, says Spokesperson for Social Policy/Welfare Asenati Lole-Taylor.