National is being sneaky and deceitful about its plans for SuperGold Card travel benefits, says New Zealand First.
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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.
A New Zealand First Bill that would give all SuperGold cardholders three free doctors’ visits each year has been drawn from the Members Ballot today.
New Zealand First has commended Challenge Service Stations for introducing an 8 cents per litre discount on up to 100 litres petrol for over 600,000 SuperGold Card holders nationwide.
New Zealand First has put forward a new measure to ease the burden on the public health system by introducing a SuperGold rebate for health insurance premiums and scrapping fringe benefit tax (FBT) on employer-paid health insurance.
Speech: Launch of SuperPower Magazine
Level 16, The James Cook Hotel, The Terrace, Wellington
It’s a pleasure to be here this evening for the launch of SuperPower - the magazine.
We are facing a flu epidemic. While most of us think of the flu in terms of headaches, coughs, and a couple of recuperative days lying under a duvet, the reality is often something quite different.
Speech: New Zealand First 19th anniversary celebrations St Peter's Church Hall, Victoria Street, Mount Maunganui.
This week nineteen years ago, the political landscape of New Zealand changed forever.
It changed for the better.
New Zealand First is pleased that 2000 new businesses have signed up to the SuperGold Card scheme but it is urging the Government to also include discounted power and free doctors’ visits for the elderly.