If Northland power lines have been damaged intentionally the perpetrators should face a tough penalty, says Northland MP and Leader of New Zealand First Rt Hon Winston Peters.
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The compensation that Corrections might need to pay to former prisoners with incorrect release dates could cost millions, says New Zealand First.
Kiwis are in with a chance to watch the British and Irish rugby tour next year live on TV without having to subscribe.
“New Zealand First’s bill for live, free-to-air sports broadcasts will be introduced into Parliament next year.
National is in la-la land with its decision to increase the age of the Youth Court’s jurisdiction to include 17 year olds, says New Zealand First.
National’s cover-up of foreign ownership of land in New Zealand continues, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
A proposal for a major Northland wood processing plant, potentially employing hundreds at Ngawha, appears to have been killed off by a self-serving, dysfunctional electricity industry, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston
Minister of Economic Development Stephen Joyce has ducked for cover to avoid embarrassment over the dumping of a plan to build a $300 million pulp mill at Ngawha near Kaikohe, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Ho
The government is turning a blind eye to the fact that the youth justice system in New Zealand is failing, says New Zealand First Youth Affairs Spokesperson Darroch Ball.
New Zealand First’s Bill to set up a foreign land ownership register will end of the era of secrecy in this country, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
“A string of accidents across Northland involving tourists driving emphasises the need for quick action as the holiday season approaches,” says New Zealand First Leader and MP for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New University of Otago research shows the government was wrong to allow sunbed use to continue, says New Zealand First.
Prime Minister John Key’s announcement today that he is to stand down cannot be credible , or for any reasons he has given, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.