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When Is The Right Time?

Posted on 29 Jul 2009

Who gave a speech in 2004 that led The Press to report: "National ... [has] again flagged the need for future Governments to consider raising the retirement age"?

Go If You Have To, Mr Key

Posted on 28 Jul 2009

ACT New Zealand Welfare Spokesman Sir Roger Douglas today accused Prime Minister John Key of emotionally blackmailing his colleagues to ignore much-needed superannuation reform by threatening to resign should any changes be made to superannuation eligibility.

Another Symbolic Victory

Posted on 18 Jun 2009

ACT New Zealand Finance Spokesman Sir Roger Douglas today congratulated Prime Minister John Key for another symbolic victory over Finance Minister Bill English and economic rationalism, with the announcement that the Guardians of the New Zealand Superannuation fund have been directed to invest 40 percent of their fund in New Zealand.

Speech to Grey Power Association

Posted on 26 Aug 2005
Speech by Chris Brown, ACT Candidate for Rodney Electorate, to Grey Power Association, St John's Church, 180 Centreway Road Orewa.

Growth the answer to providing for our elderly

Posted on 22 Jul 2005
Address to ASFONZ Conference; Te Papa, Wellington; Thursday, 21 July 2005.

Cullen's Super Policy - Classic Labour

Posted on 28 Oct 2004
Speech to AMP Breakfast; Auckland Club; 34 Shortland St, Auckland; Thursday October 28, 2004.

Economic Growth Key To Caring For Elderly

Posted on 30 Aug 2004
Speech to ASFONZ National Conference; Sheraton Hotel; Auckland; Monday August 30, 2004.

Commencement of the Retirement Villages Act 2003

Posted on 27 Jan 2004
Most of this Act takes effect on Sunday 1 February 2004. ACT considered this Bill was badly conceived as introduced but applying relevant professional experience I worked hard to improve it in the Select Committee.  

Superannuation - the issue that no-one's talking about

Posted on 23 Jul 2002
There’s an eerie silence in the run up to this Saturday’s election, according to Michael Littlewood, a commentator on retirement income issues.  It’s the “superannuation silence”.  Just as there is virtually no discussion on broad economic issues, there is almost a complete silence on policy differences that exist on both the public and private provision of retirement incomes.  This is in total contrast to most elections of the last 27 years when much political blood was spilt on superannuation.

2002 Manifesto - Superannuation

Posted on 23 Jun 2002
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