New Zealand First has serious concerns about the Te Tau Ihu Claims Settlement Bill and as a consequence voted against the passing of the Bill in Parliament today.
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While many Kiwi firms were left struggling by the Fonterra botulism scare in China, the Government rushed to bail out Oravida in an act of favouritism for Minister of Justice Judith Collins’ husband’s company, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First’s Spokesperson for Pacific Island Affairs Le’aufa’amulia Asenati Lole-Taylor has congratulated new members on their election to the Wellington City Council’s Pacific Advisory Group.
New evidence released by New Zealand First today reveals Justice Minister Judith Collins used her position to manipulate the Government to help her husband’s company, Oravida, after the Fonterra botulism scare, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Ho
New Zealand First supports all police recruitment drives, including adding more women to the frontline to strengthen police work overall and better represent the community.
As the strong dollar tips more people onto the unemployment queue, the Government’s failure to create jobs is being highlighted, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters tonight challenged Prime Minister John Key to a debate on foreign ownership of housing and land in New Zealand.
“Any time, any place,” says Mr Peters.
“Bring it on.”
New Zealand First congratulates doctors and health officials in their positive response to an effort aimed at banning legal highs.
The National Government’s handling of the economy is making little difference to many Kiwis, says New Zealand First.