Finance Minister Bill English admits Kiwi farmers are the only ones who can make money out of New Zealand farms, yet we are still selling our land to foreigners, says New Zealand First.
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The government needs to recognise the importance of our state-owned rail and give KiwiRail the support it deserves, says New Zealand First.
The announcement all frontline police will carry tasers is great news for New Zealand police and New Zealanders, says New Zealand First
New Zealand First is pleased the Australian Labor Party favours fairer treatment for Kiwis living in Australia.
New Zealand First is warning the government that small and medium businesses could be crippled under the financial burden of conforming to new health and safety requirements.
The Act Party “Leader” David Seymour went AWOL from Parliament last night but allowed his vote to be counted, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader Ron Mark.
Malaysia will not finalise and sign the TPPA without thorough scrutiny by its Parliament – but the National Government is denying New Zealanders this opportunity, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand is in danger of losing as much as 30 per cent of its red meat production to overseas ownership, but there is an alternative, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First says Education Minister Hekia Parata needs to do more to ensure te reo Māori is supported throughout Secondary education so the language is not lost to all New Zealanders.
Disaster looms over Mt Eden prison unless double bunking is stopped, with its population exceeding its maximum today, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is calling on the government to withdraw from changing the New Zealand flag immediately.
The travel tax the National Government announced in the May Budget will discourage tourism and adversely impact on one of this country’s largest revenue streams, says New Zealand First.