The two ancient Kauri trees beside the Darby and Joan bridge in Northland will not be victims of National’s vote-buying attempt.
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Parliament today refused leave for the Member for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters to introduce a Bill to remove the right of paedophile’s to name suppression when the victim wants their attacker named.
The government’s admission that Child Youth and Family is now eight to ten years behind in the international child protection field is a disgrace, says New Zealand First.
Information is needed on the rate of re-offending by Māori youth attending the Rangatahi (Māori Youth) Courts, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters is calling on the Prime Minister to use taxpayer control of Air New Zealand to stop the airline axing its Christchurch to Tokyo route in favour of Auckland.
New Zealand First is urging the Minister of Health to step-in to help the residents of Port View rest home in New Plymouth which is closing.
New Zealand First supports the call from the New Zealand Nurses’ Organisation for the Minister of Health to look at the ‘big picture’.
Just days after telling Northlanders he had “a few things” he would do for the region after the by-election, the Prime Minister appears to have no detail.
Northland MP Winston Peters has urged John Key to take a lesson from the by-election and change his attitude towards cooperating with other political parties.
Our worst fears around the controversial investment chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) have been realised, says Fletcher Tabuteau, New Zealand First Commerce and Trade Spokesperson.
FORCE FOR THE NORTH BUS TOUR SCHEDULE – Thursday, 26 March
New Zealand First says Fonterra’s latest downwards revision in the 2014/15 forecast to a total cash payout of $4.90 - $5.00 per kilogram of milksolids (kg/MS) for a fully-shared up farmer, can be blamed on an urban focused government that is not