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The curious case of the RAT in the Pharmacy - David Seymour

"I’d never normally bring a politician’s partner into politics, but everyone should break a rule from time to time, and I want to commend Clark Gayford for advocating Rapid Antigen Tests.

Ice cream exporters frozen out - David Seymour

"A media release from Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash talking up New Zealand ice cream exports is ridiculous when New Zealanders are frozen out of going overseas to promote their products," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Government own-goal will cost students - Erica Stanford

As teacher shortages mount, National is again calling for COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins to urgently act and allocate MIQ spots for the teachers that he announced would be able to enter the country last July, National’s Immigration spokesperson Erica Stanford says.

Major events fund falls short - ACT New Zealand

"Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash was poorly advised when he restricted the Government’s Major Events Fund to events with over 5000 attendees. He could support far more events for the same money," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Honouring the legacy of legendary kaumatua Muriwai Ihakara - Kiri Allan

Associate Minister for Arts, Culture, and Heritage Kiri Allan has expressed her great sadness and deepest condolences at the passing of esteemed kaumātua, Muriwai Ihakara.

ACT will protect freedom of expression on campus

"A Bill from the ACT Party will soon be debated in Parliament that will require tertiary education institutions to protect freedom of expression," says ACT MP Dr James McDowall.

Where's the urgency on boosters and kids? - Chris Bishop

It’s ridiculous that the Book My Vaccine website will not allow people to book in for booster vaccinations four months after a person’s second dose, and still doesn’t allow parents to book in for kids’ vaccinations, says National’s COVID-19 Response spokesperson Chris Bishop.

'Overseas Kiwis are in an abusive relationship with the NZ Government'

There are a million New Zealanders living abroad, most of them in Australia. At any one time, 30,000 want to come home. Families are separated. Workers cannot return to their jobs. People cannot access medical care in New Zealand.

ACT’s plan to revolutionise mental health - Brooke van Velden

"The ACT Party is encouraging the Government to introduce our innovative solution for the Mental Health crisis facing New Zealand," says ACT Deputy Leader and Health spokesperson Brooke van Velden.

Time For ‘No Jab No Job’ Policy To Go

The Don’t Divide Us.nz campaign, which presented a petition to Parliament last month with 87,269 signatures, is calling on the Government to ditch the divisive ‘no jab no job’ policy and allow for the use of COVID rapid antigen testing as an alternative for unvaccinated kiwis to access wo