It’s time for political leaders to listen to the people and desist from imposing their will to force through change, says New Zealand First spokesperson for Local Government Andrew Williams.
New Zealand First has welcomed the announcement of an early election date of September 20.
“And we will be ready for it,” says New Zealand First leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New Zealand First MP Le’aufa’amulia Asenati Lole-Taylor is calling on the government to immediately pass her “Prostitution (Control of Street Prostitutes and Their Clients) Amendment Bill to provide a form of safety for prostitutes and their loca
A referendum on the New Zealand flag this year would be completely inappropriate and badly timed, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is disappointed the Government has whitewashed significant health recommendations.
The Government is completely out of touch with the suffering of Christchurch residents and the ongoing effect of the earthquakes, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First MPs welcomed Brando Yelavich on the steps of Parliament today and congratulated the 20 year old for his perseverance and self-sacrifice as he completes an extraordinary walk around the New Zealand coast.
The Government is forcing schools into debt to pay for the repeated mistakes of its education payroll system Novopay, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is pleased that its 2007 ‘baby’, the SuperGold Card, continues to reach new heights of popularity with both users and participating businesses.
New Zealand First challenges the Government to take immediate measures to stop the exploitation of people forced to pay excessive rents.