The Government is turning a blind eye to the continuing stream of job losses as it talks up the economy, says New Zealand First.
Job openings for Pacific peoples remain low and the outlook for employment is dismal, says New Zealand First spokesperson for Pacific Island Affairs Le’aufa’amulia Asenati Lole-Taylor.
The Justice and Peace Commission of the Auckland Catholic Diocese has invited Tracey to attend a forum at the St Columba Centre in Ponsonby on Youth and Unemployment.
On behalf of New Zealand First, I would like to welcome the wandering minstrel of a trade Minister, Tim Groser, back to this country for a rare visit to this Parliament. Unfortunately, he needs to get his facts right.
This week in the House, New Zealand First questioned Finance Minister Bill English over their election promise to create 170,000 new jobs between 2011 and 2015.
New Zealand First says the Government has broken its election promise of creating 170,000 new jobs between 2011 and 2015.
New statistics revealing a fall in the unemployment rate from 6.8 per cent to 6.2 per cent does little for Pacific Islanders, according to New Zealand First’s Spokesperson for Pacific Island Affairs, Asenati Lole-Taylor.
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Friday 19 April, 2pm
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New Zealand First says the impact of up to 1230 jobs to be cut at Telecom is an economic death rattle for the Government’s failed employment strategy.
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