Family violence campaigns need to better target ethnic minorities in New Zealand in order to break the silence and encourage people to report domestic violence before it’s too late says New Zealand
Replacing face to face consultations with teleheath calls could lead to sick callers not getting the proper and timely care they require says New Zealand First Health spokesperson Barbara Stewart.
New Zealand First says the number of people needing surgery but not on waiting lists is a ticking time bomb requiring urgent action by the Minister of Health.
Rt Hon Winston Peters has accused the Government of being double-faced over customary title for some Māori under the Marine and Coastal Area Act.
New Zealand First says child poverty is really another name for family poverty and the Government must stop making an alarming situation even worse.
New Zealand First was saddened to hear of the death of Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first democratically elected president.
Hiring a ferry that can't take foot passengers across Cook Strait highlights the incompetence of KiwiRail management, says Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New Zealand First has questioned if the Government’s vision of a modern learning environment include a school based in pre-fab buildings and with port-a-loos set up in a paddock for the bathrooms.
Rt Hon Winston Peters says the $120 million drugs and property bust yesterday shows that Immigration New Zealand and its political masters have no idea they are bringing organised crime into the co
The Minister for Education floundered around in the House today trying to avoid explaining why the Government, in the windup of Learning Media, arranged funds to satisfy a foreign bank creditor whi