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Small business suffers as consumers think twice - Jacqui Dean

Times are tough for small business retailers as consumer nerves hit them in the back pocket, National’s Small Business spokesperson Jacqui Dean says.

Minister of Defence concludes successful visit with his US counterpart

Minister of Defence Ron Mark met with United States Secretary of Defense Mark Esper today.

"This was an excellent opportunity to meet with one of our closest security partners," Ron Mark said.

Log trains to begin on Wairoa-Napier line

Log trains are about to start running between Wairoa and Napier following Provincial Growth Fund investment to reopen the rail line, Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones says.

More crime and more victims under this Government - Hudson

Under this soft on crime Government the number of victims of crimes has skyrocketed with 278,644 victims recorded last year, National’s Police spokesperson Brett Hudson says.

More victims of serious assault under Government - Mitchell

With regular reports of gang violence, drug crime and shootings, it’s no surprise the number of victims of serious assaults has increased, but an almost 40 per cent increase in the last year is staggering, National’s Justice spokesperson Mark Mitchell says.

New Zealand acknowledges ICJ decision on Myanmar

Foreign Minister Winston Peters today acknowledged the ruling of the International Court of Justice in relation to the Rohingya people in Myanmar.

NZ acknowledges ICJ decision on Myanmar - Winston Peters

Foreign Minister Winston Peters today acknowledged the ruling of the International Court of Justice in relation to the Rohingya people in Myanmar.

NZ’s trade aims advanced at Davos meetings - David Parker

A proposal to cut "trade and production-distorting subsidies" in the agricultural sector by 2030 has set out important measures to ensure a fair agricultural trading system.

Rents and fuel driving up cost of living - Paul Goldsmith

Rents are rising at the fastest pace in more than a decade and Kiwis are struggling with the increasing cost of living, National’s Finance spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says.

No war on Iran, day of action - Peace Action Wellington

Peace Action Wellington supported by unions and community organisations will hold an anti-war demonstration on Saturday, 25 January at 12 noon at Midland Park on Lambton Quay.

"We are mobilising because a new US war on Iran is still on the table.