New Zealand First is accusing Fonterra of catching the Maori separatist bug by employing Tiaki Hunia as its new general manager: Māori strategy and just over a month after Mr Hunia was announced by Minister Flavell as the supposed head of the Maori Land Service.
New Zealand First will stop synthetic carpets being installed in government funded buildings by specifying natural fibre carpets like wool and the use of wool insulation.
New Zealand First says the slow response of MPI Biosecurity to the outbreak of a parasite that threatens the Bluff oyster shows up the National Government’s dithering.
New Zealand First says there’s no threat to our key primary industries from 3D printed milk aside from these products ripping off use of the name, milk.
New Zealand First says the Otago Regional Council’s desire to change the name of Gypsy Day because someone has decided it is offensive to Roma people is yet another example of unwanted political correctness.
New Zealand First says further discoveries of Myrtle Rust at a second Waitara nursery and a garden centre in New Plymouth, along with the original Kerikeri nursery, are failures in biosecurity that the Minister must now take responsibility for.