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Labour's Record: More Serious Offenders On The Street

More than half the people on home detention have been convicted of either violent, sexual, or drug offences, says National's Justice & Corrections spokesman, Simon Power.

Power Crises In 2001, '03, '06 & Looming In '08

National Party Energy spokesman Gerry Brownlee says Labour's total failure to future proof our energy infrastructure is about to be laid out in front of New Zealand households.

Labour Dodges Harder Line On Gangs

1 May 2008 - The Labour Government's admission that it is losing the war against methamphetamine can in a large part be sheeted home to the fact that Labour has failed to do anything substantial to tackle gangs, says National's Justice & Corrections spokesman, Simon Power.

$1.75 Million Community Sector Research Fund Opens

1 May 2008 - Internal Affairs Minister, Rick Barker today declared the new Lottery Community Sector Research Fund open for applications.

Ministers See Industry Training In Action

1 May 2008 - Tertiary Education Minister Pete Hodgson and his Associate Minister Maryan Street today saw the direct benefit of the government's $180 million ongoing commitment to Industry Training through visits to several worksites.

Don't Delay The Ets - Get It Right

1 May 2008 - The Green Party says delaying the Emissions Trading Scheme will just cause more problems and higher costs.

Zaoui's Mates In Spy Base Fiasco

1 May 2008 - New Zealand First says the raid on Waihopai spy base by a Dominican friar who sheltered Algerian fugitive Ahmed Zaoui should send shivers up the spine of every security conscious New Zealander.

NZ Needs A Balanced And Realistic ETS

The phasing in of sectors, such as agriculture, into the Emissions Trading Scheme is a realistic and necessary way to minimise the disruption to the economy and give people and their business time to adjust says Agriculture Minister Jim Anderton.

Four Decades Of Dioxin Deception Deserves An Apology

30 April 2008 - Tariana Turia, MP for Te Tai Hauauru, has picked up on the disappointment expressed by the Chemically Exposed Paritutu Residents Association (CEPRA), that the offer of free GP visits was an 'insult', a hollow 'political gesture of little value'.

Offender Volumes Report

30 April 2007 - Corrections Minister Phil Goff welcomed the release today of a new Department of Corrections publication providing information on offenders within the Corrections system.