Eighty thousand migrants over 50 years of age have settled in New Zealand in the past 15 years, with full rights to use the public health system.
Updates filtered by: Superannuation
Any Kiwis missing out on NZ Super because of injustices in entitlement will get no relief from the National government, says New Zealand First.
Finance Minister Bill English claims NZ Superannuitants are better off under National, despite revelations NZ Super falls well below supporting a no-frills lifestyle.
With New Zealand’s population ageing as revealed in recent population statistics, it’s time to review residence eligibility to NZ Super without altering age eligibility and universality, and without means testing, says New Zealand First.
The government has ignored their appointee, Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell, who voiced serious concerns on immigrants’ getting full New Zealand Superannuation, says New Zealand First.
A New Zealand First Bill changing the eligibility for NZ Super was today selected to be introduced to Parliament.
The Key government has done a massive disservice to Kiwis, young and old, by not keeping up payments to the Cullen Fund, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Some Pacific New Zealanders are missing out on NZ Super while over 70,000 immigrants receive NZ Super after only 10 years, says New Zealand First.
Invercargill Public Meeting,
Sunday 14 September, 2pm
Invercargill Workingmen’s Club, Invercargill
TRUTH, HONESTY AND EXPORT WEALTH
Whanganui Public Meeting
Friday 12 September, 5.00pm
Central Baptist Church, Cnr Wicksteed & Dublin St, Whanganui
PROVINCES DESERVE A FAIR GO
Christchurch Grey Power Political Panel
Wednesday 20 August, 1.30pm
Cashmere Club, Colombo Street, Christchurch
Being in Christchurch means we must address the latest situation here.
Rangiora Grey Power Public Meeting
Tuesday 5 August, 1.30pm
Rangiora Baptist Church, 111 East Belt, Rangiora
NEW ZEALAND FIRST’S COMMITMENT TO CHRISTCHURCH