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Key: Labour Out Of Ideas To Improve Economy

Wednesday, 9 July, 2008 - 13:15

Labour is showing they have no significant ideas for improving the faltering economy and are spending time dodging responsibility for the issues Kiwis are facing, says National Party Leader John Key.

News Gets Worse For Workers In Small Business

Tuesday, 8 July, 2008 - 17:41

"After confirmation workers in small businesses will be able to be fired unfairly in the first 90 days, now a National MP has said that KiwiSaver employer contributions need 'adjusting' for small businesses," CTU president Helen Kelly said today.

Borrows: Labour Should Explain Need For Private Street Patrols

Tuesday, 8 July, 2008 - 17:21

The Government should explain why it is that a city council feels so neglected that it's considering hiring private security guards to patrol the streets, says National's Police spokesman Chester Borrows.

New $15m Cancer Care Centre In Christchurch Gets Go Ahead

Monday, 7 July, 2008 - 12:25

7 July 2008 - Christchurch's St George's Hospital has been given the green light to proceed with the development of its $15m comprehensive cancer care service.

What Sort Of Government Legislates For Unfairness?

Monday, 7 July, 2008 - 12:21

7 July 2008 - "What sort of party has policy that advocates legislating for unfair workplace practice," Council of Trade Unions president Helen Kelly said today.

ASB Customers Can Have Their Pie And Eat It Too

Monday, 7 July, 2008 - 12:20

7 July 2008 - ASB is launching a new savings product, offering customers the opportunity to pay less tax on their investment income.

Change Of Government And Direction

Sunday, 6 July, 2008 - 19:13

6 July 2008 - A Speech to ACT Wellington Regional Conference by Rodney Hide MP; The Museum Hotel, Cable St, Wellington; Sunday, July 6 2008

Elections allow us to chuck out bad governments, once we're sick of them. That's what's going to happen this election - Labour is toast.

Libertarianz: Libz To CAFCA: Don't Vote For Us

Friday, 4 July, 2008 - 19:01

4 JULY 2008 - Libertarianz spokesman Richard McGrath said members of the xenophobic far-left organization Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa should avoid voting Libertarianz at the coming election.

Regional Fuel Tax Is An Option For Ecan

Friday, 4 July, 2008 - 18:57

4 July 2008 - Following the approval of legislation in Parliament yesterday, Environment Canterbury (ECan) says that a regional fuel tax is one option available for raising the additional funding necessary to achieve the outcomes of the Canterbury Transport Regional Implementation Plan (TRIP), bu

English: Labour Lining Up Households For More Costs

Friday, 4 July, 2008 - 14:22

"Labour's planned rewrite of monetary policy threatens to load even more costs on to households at a time when they're screaming out for relief from relentlessly high mortgage rates," says National Party Finance spokesman Bill English.