Auckland Seniors are facing chaos as Auckland Transport wrestles to regain control of its disastrous plan to switch Seniors to a new travel card.
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New Zealand First is asking what the point of the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) is, with its report on Silver Fern Farms not being worth the paper it is written on.
The seventh crash involving a logging truck in Northland in just over seven weeks proves again a balanced road and rail transport plan must be implemented in the region,” says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Win
Auckland senior citizens have good reason not to trust the Prime Minister and the National Government who are working to destroy the SuperGold Card, according to New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is asking why the Prime Minister had a closed-door meeting with Liu Qibao, the head of the Chinese Communist Party’s ‘publicity department’.
The recent increase in violent youth offending seen in Auckland shows the age of accountability through the adult justice system must remain at 17, says New Zealand First.
Manuera Tohu QSM who passed away yesterday made an important contribution to the revitalisation of the Māori language, says New Zealand First.
The Prime Minister’s EU trade deal has been shown up to be the sham it is, with a major British newspaper reporting that France is leading the charge against free trade, says New Zealand First.
New Zealanders can expect a Budget pre-occupied with a vain attempt to solve problems resulting from record immigration mainly to Auckland, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First says a politically correct view that crime is a disease, means that people like Tony Robertson will continue to be released while innocents like Blessie Gotingco and her family will continue to suffer.
Fisheries should be moving towards mandatory landing of all the catch, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand First is repeating its pledge to close charter schools in light of today’s announcement by the government to open more charter schools.