New Zealand First’s policy of removing GST from food and rates would do more for struggling families than a slight rise to the family tax credit, says New Zealand First.
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New Zealand’s tourism industry is being stunted by rising levels of foreign ownership, says New Zealand First.
At the whim of the Prime Minister New Zealand’s attention is now on changing the flag – this will cost us dearly, not only in money, but in taking our eye off serious social and economic challenges, says New Zealand First.
The Government needs to investigate why milk ‘made in New Zealand’ is such a high price when the world price of milk is still dropping, says New Zealand First.
Meddling by Minister for Tertiary Education Steven Joyce has led to the poor performance of two public training establishments, which has been devastating for students, says New Zealand First.
The dreadful British experiment with zero hour jobs is a lesson New Zealand must heed – we don’t want that experience here, says New Zealand First.
The Employment Court ruling in favour of an exploited migrant chef in Christchurch is just the tip of the iceberg, says New Zealand First’s Ethnic Affairs Spokesperson Mahesh Bindra.
The new Minister of Health must act immediately to stem the tide of nurses forced out of the country, says New Zealand First.
The Reserve Bank confirmed today Auckland house prices will continue to soar while the government allows wholesale immigration, says New Zealand First.
Prime Minister John Key promised to “save” the regions – he must commit to that election pledge and ensure Air New Zealand keeps all services, says New Zealand First.
Prime Minister John Key’s hullabaloo over the “urgent” need to “tighten laws” around the removal of passports is window dressing for political gain, says New Zealand First.
Education funding must support students in need no matter what school they attend, says New Zealand First.