New Zealand First says the report by the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security into breaches of the Government Communications Security Bureau Act reveals bungles by the Minister in charge
New Zealand First Spokesperson for Social Policy Asenati Lole-Taylor has congratulated Auckland Blues and All Blacks rugby player Charlie Faumuina who was named Sportsman of the Year, and Nadia Lov
New Zealand First wants the Government to respond to the stark, unpalatable fact that Pacific people are over-represented in unemployment and low-skilled, low-paid jobs.
New Zealand First says Trade Minister Tim Groser’s refusal to acknowledge or answer Official Information Act (OIA) requests, brings the Minister’s performance of him and his office into question.
New Zealand First is disappointed at the Government sneaking through a piece of legislation, which will breach the rights of disabled adults and their family members.
New Zealand First says that cuts to Customs and Biosecurity in the Budget will create gaping holes in New Zealand’s defences against foreign pests and diseases.
New Zealand First has accused the Government of stripping critical education dollars from mainstream schooling for pet projects.
New Zealand First says the Government’s Budget continues to neglect much needed budgeting services in low socio-economic areas.
New Zealand First says a bottom line cut of $36 million from the Police budget shows the Government pays only lip service to law and order.