Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee was questioned today on the cancellation of Parliament on Friday when Treaty of Waitangi Bills were to be heard.
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War has broken out in the National government over the flag referendum, says New Zealand First.
Environment Minister Nick Smith has bowed to “brownmail” over council planning decisions under the RMA.
The sale of an historic Wellington house that was home to four prime ministers and several cabinet ministers should never have been sold to the National Party, says Rt Hon Winston Peters.
I want to tell this House a story, not a fairytale, which we have heard from the Government benches, but a true story about the history of the political life of one Mr John Key, for its benefit.
New Zealand First says the Prime Minister’s State of the Nation speech was unable to conceal the National Government’s lack of a viable economic plan.
New Zealand First has accused National and the Maori Party of deception and deceit over their water rights trading behind closed doors late last night.
The National Party received $60,000 from Sky City before the shonky convention centre for pokie machines deal was announced.
New Zealand First says the Attorney General cannot claim court costs from a free lance cameraman over the teacup tape court case because the case does not involve the government – just the National and Act parties.