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National's 90 Day Policy Would Lower Wages - EPMU

National's 90 Day Policy Would Lower Wages - EPMU

At a time when New Zealanders need to raise their wages to deal with skyrocketing costs of living the National Party is pledging policy that would do the exact opposite says the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union.

Coleman: Broadcasting Policy: Diversity & Choice

7 July 2008 - National Party Broadcasting spokesman Jonathan Coleman has released the party's broadcasting policy today.

Collins: Drug And Alcohol Beneficiaries - A-G To Investigate

Collins: Drug And Alcohol Beneficiaries - A-G To Investigate

7 July 2008 - Answers are needed on what Labour is doing to help the number of beneficiaries claiming sickness and invalid benefits for drug or alcohol problems, says National's Welfare spokeswoman, Judith Collins.

Family Party: Christian Heritage Addition To Family Party

7 July 2008 - The Family Party is pleased to announce Albert Ruijne has joined the Family Party Management Board. Mr Ruijne is a founding member of the Christian Heritage Party and served as a National Board member.

New Electoral Rolls Open For The Public To View

New Electoral Rolls Open For The Public To View

7 July 2008 - The Electoral Enrolment Centre is urging people to check just released electoral rolls, as another milestone towards the 2008 general election is reached.

Barker: Hand-over Of Responsibility For War Pensions Marked

7 July 2008 - A group of New Zealand's war veterans took part in a special event held at Parliament today recognising Veterans' Affairs New Zealand becoming the sole agency with responsibility for delivering all aspects of War Disablement Pensions.

Goff: Goff Condemns Triad, Vigilante Suggestions

Goff: Goff Condemns Triad, Vigilante Suggestions

7 July 2008 - Correction Minister and acting Minister of Police and Justice Phil Goff says that suggestions of employing Triad enforcers and armed vigilante groups are extreme, counterproductive and unacceptable.

Greens: Bradford Challenges Key To Come Clean On NGOs

Greens: Bradford Challenges Key To Come Clean On NGOs

7 July 2008 - Green Party MP Sue Bradford is alarmed at indications the National Party has plans that could silence local NGOs on social issues.

Greens: Government Should Help NZ Cricket Stop It's Tour Of Zimbabwe

Greens: Government Should Help NZ Cricket Stop It's Tour Of Zimbabwe

6 July 2008 - Green Party MP Keith Locke wants the Government to ensure the Black Caps tour of Zimbabwe doesn't go ahead.

Change Of Government And Direction

6 July 2008 - A Speech to ACT Wellington Regional Conference by Rodney Hide MP; The Museum Hotel, Cable St, Wellington; Sunday, July 6 2008

Elections allow us to chuck out bad governments, once we're sick of them. That's what's going to happen this election - Labour is toast.