Common sense on foreign drivers will not hit tourism numbers, says New Zealand First.
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The cost to the taxpayer of the inquiry into former Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee deliberately breaching security at Christchurch Airport is $43,550.
The Police Commissioner has regretfully missed the point in a media statement issued today trying to explain the failed ‘Reach the Beach’ summer road safety campaign.
New Zealand First is calling on the Minister of Police, Michael Woodhouse, to apologise to frontline police and the public for the failed Reach the Beach campaign that has massively confused Kiwis over road safety.
Hospitality New Zealand Conference
Wednesday 17 September, 2.15pm
Rotorua Energy Events Centre, Rotorua
VISION, REGULATIONS, ALCOHOL LAWS, SAFETY AND SECURITY
Participating in the Campaign for Better Transport (CBT) Election Debate who are a politically independent, voluntary incorporated society which is committed to better transport alternatives for Auckland and New Zealand.
The National Party has been caught playing underhanded politics in Tauranga, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New Zealand First challenges Prime Minister John Key to accept Minister of Transport Gerry Brownlee’s resignation.
“But it’s a charade isn’t it, offering his resignation for breaching security,” says Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Total madness – that’s how future generations will label the rejection of the Christchurch to North Canterbury commuter rail service, says New Zealand First.
A light rail link between Wellington city and the airport is a common sense, smart move, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First announced today it will develop Railways of National Importance (RONI) as part of a balanced transport policy for the country.
New Zealand First’s Transport Policy Announcement
Sunday 13 July, 2pm
Henry Lawson Field Theatre, 15 Fitzherbert St, Gisborne
There Will Always Be A Place For Rail