National has poured scorn on free GP visits for SuperGold Cardholders, showing appalling disrespect for over 600,000 Kiwi Seniors, says New Zealand First.
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New Zealand First expects strong support from all parties for its common sense SuperGold Card Health Check Bill coming up for its first reading in Parliament.
Claims that over 65s do not need free off-peak transport are both venal and wrong, says New Zealand First.
The government’s latest measures for transport operators entering the SuperGold Card transport scheme are a pittance when it has taken more than six years for a moratorium and review, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Nor
SuperGold Card discounts are being thwarted by National stalling its review of the travel concession programme, says New Zealand First.
The government is failing to explain its protection of a foreign monopoly on the Waiheke ferry service, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is optimistic the National government will vote to give three free GP visits to all SuperGold cardholders when New Zealand First’s Bill is introduced into Parliament.
National is being sneaky and deceitful about its plans for SuperGold Card travel benefits, says New Zealand First.
Mangawhai Ratepayers & Residents Association Public Meeting
Sunday 7 September, 1.30pm
Recreation Centre, Insley St, Mangawhai
SORRY STATE OF MANGAWHAI SEWERAGE
Winston Peters will be speaking at a public meeting focussed on Superannuation and the SuperGold Card outside the Auckland Ferry Terminal, Auckland Central, on Saturday 6 September at 9.20am.
New Zealand First is urging SuperGold Cardholders who travel for free on Auckland public transport not to waste their money buying a prepaid card.
New Zealand First is pleased that its 2007 ‘baby’, the SuperGold Card, continues to reach new heights of popularity with both users and participating businesses.