To battle widespread criminal behaviour by young people socially DNA-ed for destruction as seen in Kaikohe last weekend, New Zealand First will, among other measures, repeal the anti-smacking law.
The first step to cutting crime in Kaikohe, where youth have been on yet another rampage, is to boost the police strength, says New Zealand First Leader Northland MP and Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The planned closure of the BNZ branch in Paihia and reduction in hours at Dargaville and Kaikohe branches is another example of a foreign corporate’s indifference to small town New Zealand, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
While the Electricity Authority and the National government are demanding Northpower and Top Energy customers pay over $9 million more for their power each year, the real cost on Northland’s biggest businesses takes the impact closer to $11 million.
Rt Hon Winston Peters - Speech to opening of Northland Field Days, Dargaville: Appreciating Rural New Zealand
As the Member of Parliament for Northland, it is a pleasure to make these opening remarks at the start of the 33rd Northland Field Days, here, in Dargaville.
With milk production sharply down on the same point in 2016 and beef prices sliding, Northland MP and New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters, has welcomed the declaration of a medium-scale adverse event in Northland.
Speech to Centenary of 1917 Parliamentary Tour of Northland
Te Ahu, Centre, Kaitaia
4pm-5pm Thursday, February 2, 2017
A sense of déjà vu
It’s a pleasure to be here today to welcome the Centenary of the 1917 Parliamentary Tour of Northland.