Many months ago, we learned of alarming circumstances in the Northland electorate which would inevitably lead to a by-election.
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The cost of new food safety regulations have the potential to be the last straw for small, rural and isolated community-based early childhood centres, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader and Spokesperson for Education Tracey Martin.
New Zealand First is asking why Air New Zealand will buy new aeroplanes, then discount fares to fill the seats, rather than fly to provincial centres.
The National Government is wasting taxpayer money on marketing itself instead of investing in important work, like evaluating important initiatives for youth, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is demanding more than talk from the Ministry of Education on building relationships between schools and whānau.
Some Pacific New Zealanders are missing out on NZ Super while over 70,000 immigrants receive NZ Super after only 10 years, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is disputing the resourcing of Biosecurity New Zealand when its key Biosecurity hotline is not being manned 24/7, even during the fruit fly emergency.
Minister for Social Development Anne Tolley is living in wonderland, claiming her government has concern for New Zealand workers, says New Zealand First.
The Prime Minister has no mandate from New Zealanders or Parliament to put New Zealand into a war, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First believes the government needs to take responsibility for the threat of cancellation posed by the fruit fly outbreak to the eagerly awaited Pasifika Festival celebrating Pacific culture and heritage.
Common sense on foreign drivers will not hit tourism numbers, says New Zealand First.
Blaming a growth in fruit fly numbers in Australia is a new twist from the Prime Minister who’s trying to play down his government’s duty to protect New Zealand growers and their crops, says New Zealand First.