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'Government’s review of GE falls short' - Mark Cameron

Saturday, 25 June, 2022 - 10:29

"The Government’s review of genetic engineering needs to be widened to address the potential benefits to the agriculture industry and climate," says ACT’s Primary Industries spokesperson Mark Cameron.

'Price of a pint going up thanks to Labour' - Damien Smith

Saturday, 25 June, 2022 - 08:41

"Labour is continuing to hammer small businesses and everyday Kiwis, with record inflation leading to the biggest increase in alcohol excise tax in over 30 years," says ACT’s Associate Finance spokesperson Damien Smith.

Time for Government to accept science - Mark Cameron

Friday, 24 June, 2022 - 08:31

"ACT is joining the primary sector in calling on the Government to embrace the science and give farmers a fair deal when setting methane targets," says ACT’s Primary Industries spokesperson Mark Cameron.

Climate Commission’s virtue signalling costing Kiwis - Simon Court

Thursday, 23 June, 2022 - 12:05

"James Shaw has once again shown that his Government is more focussed on platitudes than progress when it comes to climate policy," says ACT’s Climate Change spokesperson Simon Court.

Labour-National coalition trashing the Kiwi Dream - Seymour

Thursday, 23 June, 2022 - 09:35

"With housing affordability for first-home buyers the worst it’s been in six decades, New Zealand’s political duopoly has irreparably damaged the chances of young New Zealanders," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Government in action or a live performance of Monty Python? - David Seymour

Thursday, 23 June, 2022 - 06:29

"Only this government could hire thousands of bureaucrats to take money from New Zealanders and then hundreds more to work out how to give the money back," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

'BNZ supports businesses with merchant fee reductions, PayClip fee rebates'

Wednesday, 22 June, 2022 - 13:32

Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has announced further reductions and a refreshed pricing plan for merchant services for SMEs, both online and at point of sale. The new plan and pricing continues the development of a range of options for businesses to take payments from their customers.

Update on Hidden Economy real estate campaign - Inland Revenue

Wednesday, 22 June, 2022 - 11:35

The Inland Revenue campaign focussing on the real estate sector has resulted in a drop in the amount of private expenses claims being made.

NZ14 billion dollars global illicit alcohol trade targeted by World Spirits Alliance

Tuesday, 21 June, 2022 - 18:41

Globally, over 26% of all alcohol is considered illicit, costing the consumer, governments and producers almost $NZ14 billion dollars annually.

Consumer confidence hits generational low - Nicola Willis

Tuesday, 21 June, 2022 - 11:49

Westpac’s latest consumer confidence survey result is a massive vote of no confidence in the Government’s approach to economic management, National’s Finance spokesperson Nicola Willis says.