To prevent hundreds of thousands of Kiwis becoming renters for life in Auckland, the government must start acquiring more land and building affordable houses, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
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Kiwis waiting for hip and knee joint replacements have been left suffering in pain under National, which has frozen funding despite creating a record population boom.
Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee was questioned today on the cancellation of Parliament on Friday when Treaty of Waitangi Bills were to be heard.
Westpac’s closure of 19 branches around New Zealand is another bitter blow for rural areas and seniors, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Until a long running dispute is resolved, passing the Ngatikahu Ki Whangaroa Claims Settlement Bill is a serious mistake and will end up in a High Court case or back in Parliament, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament
As has become its trademark, the Reserve Bank statement announcing no change to the OCR was a masterpiece of bland understatement and glossing over of the threatening realities, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt
New Zealand First does not want race-based appointments taking hold in this country, New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters said today.
New Zealand First says the government should call a halt now to power pricing proposals that will mean higher bills for hundreds of thousands of Kiwis, both households and businesses.
“The failed woodwork teacher is at it again making it up as he goes along.
“And bereft of basic maths at the same time.
What a load of rubbish from Marama Fox, of the Māori Party, and Gerry Brownlee and Chris Finlayson, of National, over the Treaty of Waitangi settlement signings.
Comments made by Judith Collins eight years ago that National will be a “bunch of wusses” if they change the youth court age to include 17-year-olds are coming back to haunt her, says New Zealand First Spokesperson for Youth Affairs Darroch Ball.
There is no reason to delay settlement of five Treaty of Waitangi settlement bills this week, despite the government claiming it will have to because of New Zealand First.