The government today fobbed off drinking water issues in the Canterbury town of Mayfield claiming no responsibility, says Primary Industries Spokesperson and Canterbury-based List MP Richard Prosser.
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The Prime Minister’s vacuous economic policy just comprises the Christchurch Rebuild and mass immigration, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New Zealand First is calling on the government to limit regional councils’ potential exposure to liability for maritime disaster costs.
A $2.2 million dollar investment in slip nets in the Manawatu Gorge fails to address the long term solution for this crucial transport route, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First Primary Industries spokesperson, Richard Prosser, will seek a ‘please explain’ from Local Government Minister Paula Bennett over the Waikato Regional Council prosecuting an award winning farmer for removing weeds and pest plants
Hospitality New Zealand Conference
Wednesday 17 September, 2.15pm
Rotorua Energy Events Centre, Rotorua
VISION, REGULATIONS, ALCOHOL LAWS, SAFETY AND SECURITY
Local Democracy Coalition Public Meeting
Tuesday 9 September, 7pm
Expressions Arts & Entertainment Centre, 838 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt
Keeping the Local in Local Government
Claims that home building costs will drop with changes to developers’ contributions are balderdash,” says New Zealand First Spokesman on Local Government, Andrew Williams.
Rates are a large and often dreaded bill for many home owners, especially those on fixed incomes, says New Zealand First Spokesperson on Local Government Andrew Williams.
Andrew Williams will be attending the Local Government New Zealand Conference 2014 on Monday 21 July 2014 at the Rutherford Hotel, Nelson.
Local Democracy Coalition Political Panel
Wednesday 4 June, 2.45pm
Tawa Room, Brentwood Hotel, 16 Kemp Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington
Put the ‘Local’ Back Into ‘Local Government’
I take a call on behalf of New Zealand First on the Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill (No 3). New Zealand has two tiers of government: central government and local government.