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'Winston supports Conservatives'

The Conservative Party wishes to congratulate Winston Peters for finally agreeing to honour the wishes of New Zealanders.

Why criticise Police for upholding the law?

Recent concerns over police dogs being set on children are focusing on the wrong point. It's not the police, nor their dogs at fault. The police neither want to set dogs on people nor Taser them.

PNCC to consult on Maori representation

Palmerston North City Council is to ask the community about its views on the possibility of establishing a Maori ward or wards for the 2019 local body elections. The decision was made at a meeting of the full Council on Monday.

New Zealand commits to Fiji border security

Customs Minister Nicky Wagner is welcoming a commitment to help strengthen Fiji’s border security.

Where’s the funding for tourism infrastructure? - NZ First

The government’s plan to pump up tourism from China must include more money being made available to councils to provide much-needed infrastructure, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.

Call for independent watchdog for Ministry for Vulnerable Children

Family First NZ has appeared before the Select Committee today considering the bill to establish the new Ministry for Vulnerable Children to replace Child, Youth and Family, and has called for a fully independent Complaints Authority as a watchdog on the new state agency.

China-NZ to collaborate on biomedical research

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman and Science and Innovation Minister Paul Goldsmith have welcomed the signing of a bilateral cooperation arrangement in biomedical research between New Zealand and China.

NZ’s economic kowtow to China begins

With Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in Wellington today, New Zealand First is demanding transparency over the secret deals being done behind closed doors.

McCully welcomes cooperation with China

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has today signed two arrangements with China aimed at strengthening cooperation in the areas of fisheries and international development, particularly in the Pacific region.

Labour and Greens fiscal management rules "offer no change"

Labour and Greens new Budget Responsibility Rules for fiscal management demonstrates a lack of commitment to the low paid and unemployed. Their commitment is to change nothing.

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