Government in full swing to free up the movement of fuel to where it is needed, and minimise disruption to Kiwis and visitors.
Auckland fuel crisis exposes frailties of overseas investment.
According to our budget released today, we will pay down debt faster than Labour. (just don’t mention the extra $9.6 billion of budgeted taxes on kiwi households and businesses over the next three years.
National’s report card on health: Three more years of National would bring the same as the past nine – underfunded health services that are cracking under the strain.
Taxpayers’ Union figures show ACT is the only party that would cut government spending – all other parties are guilty of election bribing.
Reid Research Tāmaki Makaurau – Labour Party’s Peeni Henare (46%), Maori Party’s Shane Taurima (32.6%), Green Party’s Marama Davidson (21.4%).
National Party $8.3b; Labour Party $23.0b; Green Party $14.9b; NZ First $27.5b; Maori Party $12.2b; ACT -$2.4b; TOP $13.7b. Full details here.
A full-page spread of the cost of potential coalitions featured in newspapers across the country. See here.