Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse needs to explain why New Zealand has allowed the country to become a soft touch for so-call business immigrants, given the sharp rise in investor approvals.
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The government is failing young New Zealanders by allowing the cost of tertiary education to spiral out of the reach of many, says New Zealand First.
The National government is using uncontrolled migration as a crude device to drive down wages and lower living standards, says New Zealand First.
Prime Minister John Key is now denying he admitted to playing politics and delaying the release of official information.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs should be complimented for New Zealand’s successful campaign in securing a temporary seat on the United Nations Security Council, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Pet
New Zealand First is calling on Prime Minister John Key to reassure New Zealanders that all is being done to ensure there is no risk of Ebola being carried into the country.
New Zealand First is offering Finance Minister Bill English a day out to meet Kiwis who live in poverty.
Prime Minister John Key should take a holiday before deciding whether to commit New Zealand to a war in the Middle East, says New Zealand First.
The Prime Minister’s handing over of serious Prime Ministerial responsibilities to the Attorney-General is a serious break with the Prime Minister’s role and traditional oversight of critical intelligence and security issues, says New Zealand Fir
New Zealand First list candidate Mahesh Bindra says he is honoured to be confirmed today as a new MP in the 51st Parliament after the counting of special votes.
Workers who lost their jobs today have a right to ask Prime Minister John Key where and when he will find new jobs for them, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters is calling for a vote in Parliament on whether New Zealand should have military involvement in the fight against ISIS in Iraq.