It is heartening that Housing Minister Nick Smith has finally accepted that there is a rental housing problem in Christchurch, says New Zealand First Housing Spokesperson Denis O'Rourke.
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New Zealand First wants mandatory registration for social workers dealing with vulnerable children.
The latest record migration figures continue to cast a shadow of gloom over Auckland house hunters, says New Zealand First.
While it is sad to hear of the death of refugee Kadhem Chilab Abbas, 42, in Iraq , there are serious questions that should be raised over the vetting of refugees coming to New Zealand, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First Deputy Leader Tracey Martin says the government continues to promote early childhood education for increasing numbers of preschool children to meet National’s artificial Better Public Service Target.
New Zealand First welcomes the Waikato District Health Board’s decision to fund Mama and Pepi (baby) Packs for expectant mothers and believes such an initiative should be adopted throughout New Zealand.
The National government has gone back on its Budget announcement of free GP visits and prescriptions for under 13s, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters and Member of Parliament for Northland.
Wellington’s volunteer 7th Battalion Band has been thoughtlessly ruled “not good enough” for Wellington’s centennial Anzac Day Dawn Service service by cultural snobs, breaking a link between the battalion that served at Gallipoli and its band tha
New Zealand First is pleased to announce that Ms Ria Bond will become a list Member of Parliament for New Zealand First.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee’s announcement that the government will make a new offer to the Quake Outcasts group as directed by the court, subject to public consultation, is only what it should have done years ago, says New Zealan
New Zealand First wants the Minister for Māori Development to seek an injunction against the Māori Education Trust to block the sale of the former Holmes Farm – Mapuna Atea.
Australian Prime Minister, the Hon Tony Abbott, has again shown up the New Zealand government by revealing the likely cost of acquiring Boeing’s C17 Globemaster to be at least $1 billion.