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Norman: Don't Kill The Golden Goose, Fonterra

Norman: Don't Kill The Golden Goose, Fonterra

Green Party Co-Leader Russel Norman has welcomed figures announced today showing boosted export success for Fonterra, but warns the company needs drastic change to protect New Zealand's and the company's long-term future.

Locke: Immigration Bill Improved, But Still Oppressive

Green Party MP Keith Locke has welcomed improvements in the Immigration Bill, reported back to Parliament today, but says it is still oppressive.

Kedgley: Questionable Supermarket Policy Needs Investigation

Kedgley: Questionable Supermarket Policy Needs Investigation

"These are precisely the kind of tactics that penalise small independent growers and suppliers who are already struggling in a highly competitive environment," Ms Kedgley says.

Brownlee: Out-of-control State Sector Hits Businesses At Both Ends

21 July 2008 - National's State Services spokesman, Gerry Brownlee, is not surprised by reports that Labour's obsession with growing the public sector is making life hell for businesses up and down the country.

Power: Minister Must Explain Why Waist Restraints Rules Are Ignored

Power: Minister Must Explain Why Waist Restraints Rules Are Ignored

21 July 2008 - The Corrections Minister must explain why his department is allowing rules on the use of waist restraints on prisoners to be ignored, says National's Justice & Corrections spokesman, Simon Power.

Family First: Flawed Prostitution Law Ignores Dannevirke Community Concern

21 July 2008 - Family First says that the Dannevirke community has felt the full impact of the ideologically flawed decriminalisation of prostitution.

Family First: Flawed Prostitution Law Ignores Dannevirke Community Concern

21 July 2008 - Family First says that the Dannevirke community has felt the full impact of the ideologically flawed decriminalisation of prostitution.

Dalziel: Launch Of Capital Market Development Taskforce

21 July 2008 - A taskforce launched today by Commerce Minister Lianne Dalziel will see government and the private sector work together to develop New Zealand's capital markets.

Barker: New Regulations To Help Get P Cases Moving

21 July 2008 - Courts Minister Rick Barker has today outlined regulatory changes resulting from the Criminal Procedure Act aimed at freeing up High Court sitting time.

Roy: National To Enhance Protection Of NZers' Birthright

18 July 2008 - National's Outdoor Recreation policy will ensure that current and future generations will continue to enjoy the great outdoors, while the safeguarding of New Zealand's unique biodiversity remains a priority.