New Zealand First wants a moratorium on shark diving until more research is done on potential dangers to paua divers.
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Why is National allowing a poorly performing chief executive to get a pay rise bigger than many workers’ salaries, asks New Zealand First.
National’s decision to award an oil and gas exploration permit in an area that overlaps with a North Island West Coast Marine Mammal Sanctuary contradicts the clean green image that our Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism is extolling, says N
Discrimination against recreational fishers, particularly in Marlborough, needs to stop immediately, says New Zealand First.
National’s narrow thinkers are wedded to failed economic policies that the OECD says are hurting Kiwis and the country as a whole, says New Zealand First.
Fonterra’s big earning management and directors need to show solidarity with supplier-shareholders by taking a pay cut themselves after today’s announcement by Fonterra that their forecast payout to dairy farmers has practically halved, says New
As already announced by New Zealand First, KiwiRail is replacing the ageing but reliable Arahura with the Stena Alegra.
KiwiRail was quick to dismiss New Zealand First’s statement that the ferry Arahura would be replaced with the rust bucket Stena Alegra. But today that’s just what KiwiRail announced.
New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters put forward an amendment to the Countering Terrorism Fighters Bill in Parliament today, seeking to re-enact sedition laws repealed in 2007 with the support of all parties except New Zealand First.
The election of the first black President of the United States came about because enough of the US population consider themselves one nation.
New Zealand First wants tougher laws on cattle rustling as costs to farmers soar to over $120 million a year.
Farmers are under huge pressure to improve their environmental performance with regional plans setting nutrient limits using the management tool Overseer - but the tool is underfunded and not fit for purpose, says New Zealand First.