It will be deeply frustrating for all those waiting to sit driver’s licences tests that people have been getting dodgy qualifications for $500 through a scam, says Labour’s Transport spokesperson Sue Moroney.
“The Government has created the environment which allowed this scam to flourish and the result is an unknown number of people are on our roads without having passed the tests required.
As Labour’s Transport Spokesperson, I want to visit as many regions as I can to hear what their issues are.
Listening to the locals is how we will get a well-informed transport policy that addresses not only the regions, but the pressing issues in Auckland and the opportunities that the rebuild of Christchurch presents.
National's lack-lustre approach to workplace deaths in the agriculture sector seems to be rubbing off on its workplace safety regulator Worksafe, Labour’s Workplace Safety spokesperson Sue Moroney says.
“Worksafe board chair has informed a parliamentary select committee it is reluctant to take prosecutions against farmers for workplace deaths on their farms.
Thousands of car owners whose vehicles are incorrectly classified under National's shambolic ACC motor vehicle risk rating system face further delays in getting their levies right, Labour ACC spokesperson Sue Moroney says.
“The Government has admitted it wrongly classified 115,000 vehicles last year, but several other models have subsequently been identified as having nonsensical ratings.