Prime Minister John Key deliberately misled Parliament today over a statement he made about putting New Zealanders First.
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New Zealand First Deputy Leader Tracey Martin says Parliament now has the chance to protect both taxpayers and Auckland ratepayers from potential financial disaster.
The government’s ‘Mr Fix It’ man Steven Joyce is in a muddle trying to mask why it took him a year to reveal the SkyCity contract was not a goer, says New Zealand First.
Fallout from the abortive attempt to get taxpayers to underwrite the SkyCity Convention Centre will see New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters ask the Financial Markets Authority to examine the trading of SkyCity shares.
The Prime Minister John Key and Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce’s performance on the SkyCity deal has been rambling, shambling and pitiful, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The Leader of New Zealand First, Rt Hon Winston Peters, is encouraging SkyCity to walk away from the so-called National Convention centre. This comes after SkyCity bosses put out the corporate begging bowl despite that company making a $123 mill
Less than a year after the Government openly backed the expansion of pokie machines and gaming tables at SkyCity, they have rolled the dice against Pasifika people struggling with gambling addiction, says New Zealand First.
Speech: Tauranga Public Meeting BayCourt,
Tauranga Saturday 16 March 2013, 1pm
“Liquidation Sale – New Zealand Inc”
The great Scottish poet Sir Walter Scott wrote a poem called The Lay of the Last Minstrel.
Prime Minister John Key looked like a ridiculous schoolboy in Parliament today when withdrawing an incorrect statement he made in regards to his knowledge over the SkyCity convention centre deal, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First leader Rt Hon Winston Peters said today that TVNZ Board Member Barrie Saunders has some serious explaining to do on the question of TVNZ’s “lack of knowledge” over land it owns being targeted by the SkyCity Convention proposals.
New Zealand First says Prime Minister John Key must apologise and withdraw his false statement made yesterday in Parliament in relation to the sale of TVNZ land to SkyCity.
New Zealand First says the National Government must have instigated backroom deals to offer TVNZ land on Hobson St to SkyCity to build its convention centre.