Southern District Health Board’s failed outsourcing of kitchen services should be a warning for other DHBs around the country not to follow suit, says New Zealand First.
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The government should never have allowed the White Ribbon campaign to end up cash-strapped – it needs to front up with money immediately, says New Zealand First.
Pulling police from West Coast towns is a direct result of the government’s frozen police budget, says New Zealand First Police Spokesperson Ron Mark.
The government’s newly proposed recreational fishing parks will undermine Māori fishing rights and the Māori Party remains silent on the issue, says New Zealand First.
A postal ballot at the same time as New Zealand Post is removing thousands of post boxes is another farcical feature of the government’s flag referendum, says New Zealand First.
In another more bizarre twist to the KiwiRail Cook Strait ferry shambles, the company is introducing risky rubber-tyred trailers to replace railway waggons on the Cook Strait run.
Expected cuts to funding for four DHBs is worrying and will have serious consequences for frontline health services, says New Zealand First.
With Whole Milk Powder (WMP) 4.5 per cent below its sale price at the beginning of the 2015/16 season, the answer is not poor quality trade deals, says New Zealand First.
The Prime Minister is exaggerating the trade benefits of signing up to the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), says New Zealand First.
Following the latest EFTPOS outage, New Zealand First is calling on the Reserve Bank to purchase EFTPOS processor, Paymark, which is reportedly on the market.
Only 13 days after National trumpeted its legally questionable flag on Auckland Harbour Bridge, it is now coming down because it is the wrong colour.
“It is a pathetic flag in any light but better in the dark,” Mr Peters says.
We do not need this drongoistic, medieval, four-flushing twit in our country breaking our laws.