Minister for Women Louise Upston hid behind her recent appointment, claiming she was too green in the job to know any details when questioned in Parliament today, says New Zealand First.
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The Operation Clover - Investigation Overview released by police on the Roast Busters sex investigation case raises more questions than it answers, says New Zealand First.
Kiwi savers are being let down by the National government which is shirking its responsibility to protect their bank deposits, says New Zealand First.
New minister Simon Bridges will have to pick up speed if he wants to go the distance on transport matters, says New Zealand First.
The government is to blame for the unfair wages of aged care workers, says New Zealand First.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse needs to explain why New Zealand has allowed the country to become a soft touch for so-call business immigrants, given the sharp rise in investor approvals.
The government is failing young New Zealanders by allowing the cost of tertiary education to spiral out of the reach of many, says New Zealand First.
The National government is using uncontrolled migration as a crude device to drive down wages and lower living standards, says New Zealand First.
Prime Minister John Key is now denying he admitted to playing politics and delaying the release of official information.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should be complimented for New Zealand’s successful campaign in securing a temporary seat on the United Nations Security Council, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Pet
New Zealand First is calling on Prime Minister John Key to reassure New Zealanders that all is being done to ensure there is no risk of Ebola being carried into the country.
New Zealand First is offering Finance Minister Bill English a day out to meet Kiwis who live in poverty.