Cut down a tree, truck it out of a forest and ship it overseas – a simple way for New Zealand to put money in the bank. Sure, it looks good, but look closer and it’s far from the truth.
Auckland is facing a giant step toward racial separation with iwi using claims of cultural significance to line their pockets.
We have always had a big problem in New Zealand with prisoners re-offending and ending up back in jail.
The celebrations and commemorations at Waitangi were held under rain clouds this year, but a great number of people turned out nevertheless. Cities and towns around the country held their own celebrations.
New Zealand First will always stand up for workers and businesses. The simple truth is that when people are in jobs, and businesses have plenty of work, we have a healthy economy. And that’s good for every Kiwi family.
At New Zealand First’s annual convention in Christchurch last weekend, we announced our KiwiFund policy.
The policy has been part of New Zealand First’s manifesto for some years, we’ve now just given it a name!
On Tuesday night, the passengers on the ferry Aratere were told that a shaft had snapped and a propeller had been lost on the sailing from Picton to Wellington.
The issue of the ongoing Constitutional review and the role of the Treaty of Waitangi is something that all New Zealanders should be concerned about.
Recently, an orange envelope should have turned up in your mailbox. It contains the papers for you to vote in the citizens-initiated referendum on asset sales. The question seeking your answer is:
For the past five years there has been a very cynical manipulation of the democratic process by the National Party.