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Politicians should butt out of cricket tour – ACT

Posted on 04 Jul 2005
ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today that National and Labour were scoring cheap political points at the expense of New Zealand cricket and New Zealanders’ freedom to travel, with their chest-thumping over the Black Caps’ tour of Zimbabwe.

Labour out of touch over nuclear ban

Posted on 22 Jun 2005
ACT Foreign Affairs and Trade spokesman Ken Shirley today labelled the Labour Government’s refusal to consider a referendum on lifting the ban on nuclear-powered US ships visiting New Zealand ports as arrogant.

Majority of NZers support lifting of nuclear ban

Posted on 20 Jun 2005
ACT Foreign Affairs and Trade spokesman Ken Shirley today released the results of a new survey that shows a majority of Kiwis support lifting the ban on nuclear-powered US ships visiting New Zealand ports.

Kelly should resign or be sacked

Posted on 15 Jun 2005
ACT MP Kenneth Wang today labelled the New Zealand High Commissioner to Canada’s anti-Asian comments as disgraceful.

End nuclear nonsense – restore ANZUS

Posted on 10 Jun 2005
Finally Parliament will have an opportunity to reverse the foolish clause 11 of the New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone Disarmament and Arms Control Act of 1987, ACT MP Ken Shirley said in response to his private members bill being drawn from the ballot today.

Grovelling to Mugabe.

Posted on 09 Jun 2005

Labour ignored official advice over Pacific Islanders

Posted on 16 May 2005
The Labour Government ignored official advice and went ahead and lowered the minimum income threshold for new Pacific Island migrants applying for New Zealand residency last year, AC

The Government's politically correct immigration agenda

Posted on 07 May 2005
This Week Newman Online looks at the Labour Government’s softly, softly immigration process and outlines how tighter visa application controls and a national quota system would better protect New Zealanders from the threat of terrorism.

Uncaring Labour Govt abandons Samoan officers

Posted on 05 May 2005
The Labour Government has abandoned the Samoans it recruited to work as prison officers many of whom I predict will end up on welfare, ACT deputy leader Dr Muriel Newman said today.<

ACT Endorses RSA’s Defence Statement – Challenges other parties to do same

Posted on 05 May 2005
ACT Leader Rodney Hide today endorsed the RNZRSA’s Defence Statement declaring it a wake-up call for New Zealanders.
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