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Ryall: Cunliffe Must Release Real Electives Figures

Ryall: Cunliffe Must Release Real Electives Figures

15 October 2008 - National Party Health spokesman Tony Ryall says David Cunliffe's continuing silence on the smoke and mirrors used in Sunday's health targets release speaks volumes.

Progressive Party: People, Not Potatoes

Progressive Party: People, Not Potatoes

15 October 2008 - New Zealand should take a leadership role in making international institutions effective, the Progressive Party says.

Greens: Whale Rider Star Campaigns In London

Greens: Whale Rider Star Campaigns In London

15 October 2008 - Whale Rider star Rawiri Paratene will be in London this week to campaign for the Green Party. Rawiri, best known for his acting and directing abilities, is standing as a candidate for the Maungakiekie electorate.

Key And Clark Miss The Mark On Family

15 October 2008 - Family Party leader Richard Lewis says both John Key and Helen Clark failed to recognise the importance of family in tackling the major issues in last nights televised debate.

Labour Heats Up The Left Overs And Promises Hot Air

Labour Heats Up The Left Overs And Promises Hot Air

14 OCT 2008 - Labour's sustainable infrastructure announcement is a disappointing mixture of already-announced initiatives and promises so vague they have no real meaning, the Green Party says.

National To Deliver On Plunketline

14 OCT 2008 - National Party Health spokesman Tony Ryall is disappointed that Labour's maternity policy has no room for the trusted PlunketLine Service.

National's Approach To Energy Efficiency Costed And Workable

14 OCT 2008 - "National is not committed to the Labour/Greens household insulation policy because it is unfunded and impractical, and we have a better approach", says National's Climate Change spokesman, Nick Smith.

Cullen's Cut & Paste Policies Too Little Too Late

14 OCT 2008 - National Party Finance spokesman Bill English says Michael Cullen has released a largely cut and paste set of economic policies that repeats many of Labour's failed ideas and offers little hope for struggling Kiwis.

Labour's Legacy On Law And Order: At Least 10 Broken Promises

14 OCT 2008 - The Labour Government cannot be trusted to deliver what it says it will do on law and order, says National's Justice & Corrections spokesman, Simon Power.

"This Labour Government has broken at least 10 major promises on law and order.

Greens: National Announces Plan To Keep Homes Cold And Damp

Greens: National Announces Plan To Keep Homes Cold And Damp

14 October 2008 - National's plans to cancel the Green Party's $1 billion home insulation programme reveals yet again that they are not interested in the health and welfare of ordinary New Zealanders, Green Party Co-Leader Jeanette Fitzsimons says.