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Only ACT can ensure welfare reform

Posted on 01 Feb 2005

Unfortunate developments within the National Party ranks over soc

'Uncollectable' child support through the roof

Posted on 30 Jan 2005

ACT Deputy Leader and Social Welfare spokesman Dr Muriel Newman today released papers that reveal a staggering $284 million owed in child support has bee

10-year benefit plan not ambitious enough

Posted on 26 Jan 2005

ACT Deputy Leader and Social Welfare spokesman Dr Muriel Newman today said the National Party’s 10-year plan

Newman on Brash speech

Posted on 26 Jan 2005

ACT Deputy Leader and Social Welfare spokesman Dr Muriel Newman today labelled Don Brash’s Orewa speech on we

ACT welcomes Brash call for welfare reform

Posted on 25 Jan 2005

ACT Leader Rodney Hide tonight welcomed Dr Brash’s call to toughen up on open-ended welfare, but stressed tha

Sickness benefit changes admission of failure

Posted on 25 Jan 2005

Labour has all but admitted that its soft-on-welfare approach has allowed too many work-shy New Zealanders to rece

Welfare policies should measure up

Posted on 24 Jan 2005

ACT Deputy

Maharey spend-up can't hide the truth

Posted on 19 Jan 2005

ACT Deputy Leader and Social Welfare spokesman Dr Muriel Newman today accused Labour of carrying out an election ye

Newman floats fresh ideas for welfare reform

Posted on 17 Jan 2005
Speech to ACT Whangarei Electorate Committee; Monday, 17 January 2005.

DPB lifestyle for some lasts decades

Posted on 12 Jan 2005
Labour’s ‘soft on welfare’ policies are nowhere more evident than the huge increase in the number of people on the DPB who have been on that or other benefits for over 30 years, ACT New Zealand Social Services spokesman Dr Muriel Newman said today.
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