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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.

Proposed Closed Season For Shellfish At Cockle Bay

18 July 2008 - The Ministry of Fisheries is proposing a closed season for shellfish gathering at Cockle Bay in Manukau City to protect depleted cockle beds.

NZ First: Address At The Opening Of Mount Eden Gardens Retirement Village

NZ First: Address At The Opening Of Mount Eden Gardens Retirement Village

18 July 2008 - Ron Anderson, Bob Foster and Aaron Armstrong, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen,

Thank you for the invitation to open the Mount Eden Gardens Retirement Village.

This site is ideally located for seniors seeking a boutique retirement option.