Only three months after the Northland by-election, National has double-crossed on seven bridge promises by falling to deliver on the 10 two-lane bridges they promised, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Wi
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Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy must promptly question his staff – they appear to have no clue around the illegal export of swamp kauri, says New Zealand First.
West Coasters and Northlanders are facing higher charges proposed by the Electricity Authority, says New Zealand First.
National is attempting to gain praise for building a “ghost” highway into Northland, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Northland College’s ghetto-like conditions are not stirring Prime Minister John Key into fixing the neglect in Northland, says Northland Member of Parliament and New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
With a budget blowout for Crown limos it’s time the National Party refunded the taxpayer for the swarm of limos used in the Northland by-election, says New Zealand First.
The government has failed to deliver a much needed boost for New Zealand’s struggling regions like Whangarei and Northland which remain crippled by unemployment.
The regions are off National’s radar in Budget 2015, and promises made to Northlanders by the Prime Minister have been broken, says the New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Most of you are in your first year of political science studies at a time when there has been a seismic shift in the New Zealand political landscape as a result of the Northland by-election.
Prime Minister John Key has been playing with Northlanders over promises, says New Zealand First.
Prime Minister John Key has re-announced for the third time funding for Northland’s Twin Coast Cycleway
The problems with the Northland Emergency Services Trust date back a long time and is one of funding for a rural and provincial rescue helicopter and these services need a direct bridge to government funding, says Northland’s new Member of Parlia