Westpac’s closure of 19 branches around New Zealand is another bitter blow for rural areas and seniors, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
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The Prime Minister is, as usual, skipping responsibility by saying he can do nothing about Westpac closing 19 branches, many in rural towns, says New Zealand First.
The Northland economy will suffer if the decision goes through to stop the use of powerboats on Lake Waikere, one of the Kai Iwi lakes, says Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Ngāi Tahu and Tainui-owned company Go Bus is recruiting driver and trainee drivers from overseas, instead of training and hiring Maori looking for work, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The appalling suicide rates in Northland have a number of origins and reasons, says Northland MP and New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Auckland’s dire housing crisis is deepening, yet the Government continues to ignore one of the chief causes – open door immigration, says New Zealand First.
Rt Hon Winston Peters
State of the Nation Speech
Orewa Rotary Club
2 Hibiscus Highway
7.30 pm, Tuesday, 26th January, 2016
With unemployment as high as 6 per cent New Zealand First wants to know why a German holidaymaker ended up getting injured in a dangerous meat works job in the Bay of Plenty – a job which a New Zealander should have been doing.
The National government’s wholesale immigration policy is seriously limiting New Zealanders chances of finding a job and rental housing, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The blow of job losses on the West Coast could have been cushioned had mine royalties been retained on the Coast, says New Zealand First.
Speech by New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland, Rt Hon Winston Peters
International Workers’ Memorial Day Service
Maritime Transport Union
New Zealand First says Kiwi employers and new immigrant employers are exploiting thousands of Indian ‘students’ flooding into New Zealand.