Minister of Tourism Prime Minister John Key is a phoney, talking up New Zealand tourism but on the other hand allowing a foreign investor to shut down a Kiwi tourism business.
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Serious questions must be asked over Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples appointments to the Waitangi Tribunal on the eve of the General Election, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New Zealand First covered the matters relating to Prime Minister John Key and Kim Dotcom that are being raised in the New Zealand Herald today.
In the Wairarapa today New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters said some of the alternatives being offered New Zealand voters in this election were a serious cause for concern.
Prisoners doing a full day’s work is nothing new, but National is pretending it’s had an innovative idea to get prisoners working, says New Zealand First.
National’s charter schools are “crashing and burning” while the Education Minister Hekia Parata blindly defends this failed experiment in taxpayer funded privatisation of education, says New Zealand First.
The Conservatives are spending millions pushing their binding referenda mantra to New Zealanders, but now all is revealed – it is an insincere, scatter-brained attempt to win votes.
National’s new fishing policy is yet another ‘steal’ from New Zealand First, and they can’t even get it right, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
National is being sneaky and deceitful about its plans for SuperGold Card travel benefits, says New Zealand First.
National is rejecting a game changer for the regions - the sharing of hundreds of millions of dollars from royalties from oil, gas and minerals, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is calling on the Commerce Commission to investigate the obvious price gouging by Air New Zealand on regional routes.
New Zealand First was contacted by Mr John Tully on August 14 by email.
We replied immediately and also followed up. However, the emails kept bouncing back.