New Zealand First is calling for the Government to address high unemployment in the regions.
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The Government needs to stop playing political games with the New Zealand public, says New Zealand First Spokesperson for Social Policy Le’aufa’amulia Asenati Lole-Taylor.
Kiwi home loan borrowers and exporters are being sacrificed as the Reserve Bank desperately tries to deflate the country’s housing bubble, especially in Auckland, says New Zealand First.
The West Coast is reeling today from more job losses, and the National Government’s total neglect of the regions means there is nothing to soften the blow, says New Zealand First.
One in five Pacific young people do not have a job, an appalling fact that the National Government should be ashamed of, 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.
New Zealand First challenges the government to show where Pasifika will find “more jobs and higher incomes” as it claimed in Budget 2014.
A protest march is not for everyone. Many Kiwis tend to lodge their protests quietly.
New Zealand First is astounded with the Government’s remark that this is a “family-friendly budget.”
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 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 –
In the past six years about half a million people have come and gone from New Zealand.
There has been a constantly revolving door.