Latest New Zealand National Party News

More Kiwi families in hardship
Covid-19 failings highlight need for border agency
Grapes will rot on vines without Govt action
Vaccine rollout raises more questions than answers
Labour doesn’t have a plan to pay down debt
Time for Kelvin Davis to show some leadership
National will hold Speaker to account
Taxpayers should not foot bill for Ihumātao
Cook Islands bubble is taking far too long
RBNZ confirms Govt isn’t doing enough on housing
Govt’s lack of housing ideas leaves Kiwis cold
$333,000 bill to settle Speaker’s legal battle
Failing education standards won’t help wellbeing
Royal Commission must lead to meaningful change
Housing wait list continues to surge under Labour
Tax hike will create more problems than it solves
Second inquiry into Pharmac vetoed by Labour
Where is Roche/Simpson report?
Light rail debacle stains NZ’s business reputation
RSE deal too little too late
Govt must ask Reserve Bank hard questions on housing
National unveils team to take on Labour Government
Changes to parliamentary term must go to a referendum
More evidence of broken promises from Labour
Labour failed to deliver on their key promises
National caring for New Zealand’s senior citizens
A choice with Labour – drowning in debt or higher taxes?
National to give young Kiwis a better start at life
National out to stop Wealth Tax
Supporting New Zealand’s proud wine industry
A Labour/Greens Govt would introduce a Wealth Tax
Outrageous use of taxpayer funds so close to election
National focused on creating at least 10,000 jobs
David Parker identifies error in Labour’s tax policy
Auckland Council governance reset under National
National to build for school growth
Labour pumped up on debt
Labour has serious questions to answer
Reskilling & Retraining offers hope of fresh start
Survey results show need for tax relief
National will give children best start in life
National will nurture New Zealand’s technology talent
Transport under Labour a shambles in Wellington
Second harbour crossing needed now, more than ever
Labour’s economic hypocrisy on full display
An extra 100,000 New Zealanders to lose their jobs under Labour
A modern health service that delivers for everyone
Further investment in children with additional needs