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Heather Roy's Diary »

At a time when the media all too often focuses on young people who are in trouble or who are troubled, it can be easy develop a skewed perspective of our young people in general. It is easy to forget that the vast majority of our young people are hard-working and dedicated.

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, Melissa »

ACT New Zealand Mt Albert Candidate John Boscawen today challenged National's Melissa Lee to prove how serious she is about the issue of law and order by showing her support for ACT's 'Three Strikes' legislation.

Guiding NZ Out Of Recession And Building An Economy For The Future »

Speech to Simpson Grierson Insight Series Lumley Centre, Shortland Street, Auckland

Local Government Faces Serious Spending Issues »

An analysis of draft 2009 - 2019 long-term council community plans (LTCCPs) shows that local authorities are planning significant rates increases over the next 10 years to fund their extra spending, the Minister of Local Government Rodney Hide said today.

How Long Until Something Is Done? »

The arrest of prison officers forming part of a cannabis supply operation with inmates is the latest debacle in a clearly dysfunctional Department of Corrections, ACT New Zealand Law & Order Spokesman David Garrett said today.

About ACT

National/ACT Agreement

"I see National and ACT's Confidence and Supply Agreement as a victory for democracy.

A week ago New Zealand voted for a Centre-Right government and today, with this historic agreement, we have one.

All our discussions this week indicate we have the basis for a long and fruitful relationship based on mutual respect.

This isn't an agreement cobbled together out of self-interest, but one developed through our shared vision to create a better and brighter future for New Zealand."
- Rodney Hide

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Upcoming Events

Reflections On The One Big City Proposal - Michael Bassett

5.30pm Friday 26 June,2009
Special Guest Speaker:
Hon Dr Michael Bassett, Historian and former Cabinet Minister

Michael will talk about his experiences as Minister of Local Government and his current views on the Super City and policies going forward.

Venue: Mecca Café,Corner Nuffield St and Remuera Rd,Newmarket

Free Entry. Cash bar available. Everyone welcome
For more information phone 524 6173 or email
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