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Mallard’s last hack at parliamentary democracy - David Seymour

"ACT has stood as the only party in favour of parliamentary democracy after all other parties supported the introduction of a new so called ‘Independent Parliamentary Commissioner for Conduct,’" says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Maori voter choice a significant Green win - Green Party

A strong Green Party voice in Parliament is helping deliver more choice and flexibility for Māori voters.

Friday drinks provide no relief to Kiwis - Damien Smith

"Labour’s assault on your back pocket continues tomorrow, as the tax on alcohol will undergo its largest increase in 30 years," says ACT's Associate Finance spokersperson Damien Smith.

Corrections Union warned chief exec/minister of more assaults a month ago

"Less than a month ago Floyd Du Plessis, the President of the Corrections Association (CANZ), wrote a letter to the Chief Executive warning of more assaults against prison officers if things didn’t change," says Darroch Ball Leader of Sensible Sentencing Trust.

Biggest year for clean cars on biggest year for clean cars on record - Wood, Shaw

The Government’s Clean Car Discount Scheme has been a success, with more than 57,000 light-electric and Non Plug-in Hybrid vehicles registered in its first year of operation, the most on record.

Moratorium on deep sea mining needed right now - Green Party

The Green Party is calling on the Government to announce its support urgently for a moratorium on deep sea mining under the high seas, after Pacific nations joined forces this week to demand change.

ACT forces Significant Natural Areas backdown - Mark Cameron

"The Government has confirmed in Parliament today that it will allow land use on Significant Natural Areas (SNAs) to continue after pressure from ACT," says ACT’s Primary Industries spokesperson Mark Cameron.

Labour's dream of a divided health system comes true - Brooke van Velden

"Tomorrow is a sad day for New Zealanders, as Labour’s health reforms come into effect and our health system becomes divided by race," says ACT’s Health spokesperson Brooke van Velden.

Police Wing 355 includes the highest ever proportion of Wahine Maori - Hipkins

Police Minister Chris Hipkins congratulates the newest Police wing - wing 355 - which graduated today in Porirua.

Efeso Collins must come clean - Leo Molloy

Auckland Mayoral candidate Leo Molloy is calling on Labour’s man, Efeso Collins, to set the record straight and start telling the truth about an incident involving his family on Monday.