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Tax Cuts Best for Students – Best For Everyone!

Posted on 09 Aug 2005
Speech to Victoria University students, GBLT 4, Law School, Wellington, Monday August 8, 1.15pm.

ACT’s tax cuts better for students

Posted on 09 Aug 2005
Students will be far better off with ACT’s tax policy than Labour’s loans bribe, ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today.

Media Advisory

Posted on 09 Aug 2005
ACT Leader Rodney Hide will today outline ACT’s plan to nail student debt to students and the media.  

Tinkering will not fix NCEA mess

Posted on 05 Aug 2005
The NCEA is fundamentally flawed and should be scrapped, says ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington.  

Facts overlooked in lolly scramble for student votes

Posted on 28 Jul 2005
Address to Massey University students; Albany Campus, Auckland; 27 July 2005.

Labour’s tertiary bribe unprecedented foolishness - ACT

Posted on 27 Jul 2005
Labour’s attempt to outbid National by slashing the interest off student loans for people who stay in New Zealand will encourage students to get deeper and deeper into debt, ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today.

Tertiary report election-year window dressing - ACT

Posted on 19 Jul 2005
ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington today labelled Labour’s report-back on the tertiary education sector as election-year window dressing.

Labour's bungling likely to cost taxpayers

Posted on 08 Jul 2005
The Labour Government’s “we know best” attitude has brought it on the wrong side of a High Court decision today, says ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington.

Reward teaching excellence - ACT

Posted on 29 Jun 2005
Paying teachers what they are worth is the first step to improving teaching standards in New Zealand, ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

No Winners No Losers. No Pride.

Posted on 01 Jun 2005

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