Latest Speeches & Releases11 Nov 2008
NZ FIRST TO KEEP UP THE GOOD FIGHT
The New Zealand First caucus has resolved to regroup and prepare to get back into Parliament at the next election.
05 Nov 2008
NEW ZEALAND FIRST SAYS NO TO PRIVATE PRISONS
New Zealand First spokesman for corrections Ron Mark confirmed today that the party will not support the tendering of prison management to private companies.
04 Nov 2008
BROWN WARNS OF TRANSPORT PROMISE
New Zealand First transport spokesperson Peter Brown has warned that the National Party’s $100 million commitment to building the Tauranga central corridor is more an ‘anti Winston Peters’ move than a pledge to improve roading in the area.
31 Oct 2008
Supersize Me – Auckland’s Weighty Problems
An address by Rt Hon Winston Peters to a public meeting at the AMI Netball Centre, 44 Northcote Road, Takapuna at 11am, 31 October 2008
30 Oct 2008
THANKS FOR THE ENDORSEMENT MESSRS MCCULLY AND GROSER
Rt Hon Winston Peters says the foreign affairs and trade policies released by the National Party are a ringing endorsement of everything the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade was doing under his leadership.
29 Oct 2008
MORE CONCERNS ABOUT MATERNITY SERVICES
The revelation that the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has warned the Australians not to copy our maternity system has been met with the usual excuses from the usual people says New Zealand First health spokesperson Barbara Stewart.
29 Oct 2008
TAKE NOTHING FOR GRANTED
An address by Rt Hon Winston Peters to a public meeting at the Invercargill Workingmen’s Club, 10 am 29 October 2008
28 Oct 2008
“Myths and Legends of Election 2008”
Rt Hon Winston Peters address to GreyPower, St John Ambulance Hall, 10 Douglas Street, Frankton, Queenstown at 4.30pm, 28th October 2008
26 Oct 2008
“From X Factor to Kiwi Factor” and “John Key’s Mistake”
Rt Honourable Winston Peters address to a public meeting at Massey High School, 274 Don Buck Road, 1pm, Sunday 26 October 2008.
24 Oct 2008
DONATION GIVEN TO SUSAN COUCH TRUST
New Zealand First made a donation of $78,000 this year to the Susan Couch and Crime Victims Charitable Trust, Rt Hon Winston Peters announced this evening.
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