New Zealand First says that with New Zealand Customs charging Pacific Aerospace for UN Sanction violations over North Korea, a new Act to ‘regulate arms brokering’ isn’t necessary.
The 21 communities where police stations manned by volunteers have been shut down must be given an assurance by Minister of Police Paula Bennett that they will reopen, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader and Police Spokesperson Ron Mark
New Zealand First says puritanical police bosses are putting the reputation of our police officers in jeopardy, with a liquor licensing sting against the Titahi Bay RSA speaking volumes.
The Local Government Commission’s proposal to amalgamate all three Wairarapa councils is now on their website, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader and List MP based in Wairarapa Ron Mark.
It is clear that some National Ministers did listen to secret recordings of a conversation in the Clutha-Southland electorate office, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader Ron Mark.
The callous disregard by the government for cancer sufferers in remote parts of Tararua District is just another example of their indifference to those living in rural areas, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader Ron Mark.
A lost and found Police M4 Bushmaster rifle magazine, shows how the Police Association is wrong to target legal firearms owners while wanting to arm “all” police.
Auckland Council has caught the outsourcing bug with Auckland ratepayers paying $266m to Australian-based Ventia – a company with ‘colourful owners’ to say the least.