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ACT will scrap all gaming taxes

Posted on 17 Jun 2005
ACT MP Ken Shirley delivered good news to the New Zealand racing industry by announcing that ACT will abolish all gaming taxes.

Labour anti-landlords

Posted on 14 Jun 2005
Extract from speech to the Tauranga Property Investors Association, Compass Village, Monday 13 June, 7.30pm.

Greedy govt hoarding away the gold - ACT

Posted on 04 Jun 2005
The Labour Government's over taxation of hardworking New Zealanders has seen its coffers increase by a whopping 23 percent in just the last 10 months, ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today.


Posted on 03 Jun 2005
Speech to Cambridge Rotary, Cambridge, 7pm, Thursday 2 June 2005

A Free and Prosperous New Zealand

Posted on 02 Jun 2005
Speech to Kensington Swan, Wellington, 12.30pm, Wednesday 1 June 2005.

Memo to Cullen: Tax Cuts drop prices

Posted on 31 May 2005
Finance Minister Michael Cullen is falsely using the bogeyman of higher interest rates to scare people off from voting to keep more of their own money, ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today.

Tax cuts by Christmas 2014?

Posted on 27 May 2005
Labour and National appear to be in a perverse auction to boast the stingiest tax cut promise, ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today.

OECD points finger at Cullen as inflation culprit

Posted on 26 May 2005
ACT Leader Rodney Hide today hit out at Finance Minister Michael Cullen as the culprit in causing higher interest rates and inflation.

ACT tax policy slashes income tax rates

Posted on 25 May 2005
ACT will return the Government’s $21 billion forecast surplus to hard working New Zealanders by slashing taxes, ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today.

A Tax Cut for Every Worker

Posted on 25 May 2005
ACT's vision is of a low tax country, where Kiwis keep more of what they earn, and the country grows and prospers.
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