New Zealand First is calling on the Commerce Commission to investigate the obvious price gouging by Air New Zealand on regional routes.
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New Zealand First was contacted by Mr John Tully on August 14 by email.
We replied immediately and also followed up. However, the emails kept bouncing back.
New Zealand First is calling for an immediate moratorium on the use of aerial 1080, and alternative strategies to be put in place, ahead of a total ban on the use of the controversial poison.
Allegations have surfaced that Whare Oranga Ake Prison rehabilitation centre in Hawkes Bay is under investigation, says New Zealand First.
Fonterra’s new deal with a Chinese infant food maker signals New Zealand may be losing control of its dairying future, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
National’s limp housing policy simply means more money for foreign owners, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is pleased to release the Party list for the 2014 election. We believe the list is a balance of experience, youth, skill and ability.
New Zealand First’s plan for a state agency to buy and hold land is common sense, and will be effective into the future, says New Zealand First Housing spokesperson Denis O’Rourke.
New Zealand First supports the removal of secondary tax, because it has already been announced in our policy, New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters said today.
The National Party has been caught playing underhanded politics in Tauranga, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New Zealand First congratulates the membership of the New Zealand Educational Institute for their courage in standing up against the Government’s “winners and losers” education changes.
New Zealand cannot deal with almost 800 people settling here every week - it is just not common sense, says New Zealand First.