The Government is failing New Zealand children by not supporting the teaching of Māori in schools.
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Kiwis have little chance of outbidding a foreign buyer for New Zealand land, says New Zealand First
“Foreign buyers can pull the rug from under our feet when it comes to purchasing, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New Zealand First is optimistic the National government will vote to give three free GP visits to all SuperGold cardholders when New Zealand First’s Bill is introduced into Parliament.
The National government is once again allowing more forests to fall into foreign ownership, says New Zealand First.
With the Official Cash Rate held at 3.5 percent, the Reserve Bank needs to take lessons from the Bank of Canada over how to surprise the markets, says New Zealand First Leader, the Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Selling thousands of state houses to charities will do little to solve the country’s housing crisis, says New Zealand First.
Foreign students are being promised they will be able to stay here permanently, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First wants the government to make resolution of the impasse between Russia and the Ukraine a serious priority for the Security Council.
Give the light rail proposal for Auckland the big tick off now and get on with sorting the money and construction, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First believes the government is trying to spin itself out of the embarrassment of being fooled by three rusty trawlers flying false flags.
Planned changes to the Resource Management Act will not deliver affordable housing because this government is unwilling to attack the real reasons for housing unaffordability.
Potentially life-saving surgery is being postponed in New Zealand hospitals due to bed shortages in Intensive Care Units, says New Zealand First.