Patient residents seek reassurance over Auckland outage

"Epsom electorate residents have responded patiently to being without power, but want to see how future outages will be avoided," said MP for Epsom David Seymour.

"C’est la vie was the most common response from shoppers and shopkeepers in Remuera village this morning, so long as the promised restoration targets are met.

Leadership Acceptance

“I am honoured to lead the ACT Party, I look forward to the challenge and relish the opportunity.

It has been a privilege to work with Jamie Whyte. I want to acknowledge his tireless efforts through the past nine months and during the campaign.  Through his efforts the Party was rejuvenated and our membership increased.  It is a substantial achievement and on behalf of all the members and supporters of the ACT Party, we thank you Jamie.

President Release re Jamie Whyte Resignation

"Today the ACT Party Board announces with regret that it has accepted Jamie Whyte's resignation as Leader," said ACT President John Thompson.

"Jamie has proven himself a principled and clear-headed advocate of ACT's values of smaller government and greater personal responsibility.  Under his leadership, the Party has been rejuvenated and membership has swelled.

"We are proud to have had Jamie serve as Leader, and hope the New Zealand public has not seen or heard the last of him.
 

Jamie Whyte Resignation Statement

“Today I announce that I have tendered, and the Board has accepted, my resignation as Leader of ACT New Zealand.

“Clearly I make this announcement with regret, however the election result is clear, and I must now turn to my career and my family.

“I stood to lead ACT because I believe in the party’s ideas.  I will continue to advance these ideas both inside and outside the Party.  I do not rule out returning to a substantial role with ACT in the future.”

 

ENDS

ACT pleased to enter Confidence and Supply Agreement with National

ACT is pleased to enter its third consecutive Confidence and Supply Agreement with the National Party.  We will continue the tradition of working to improve public policy for all New Zealanders while maintaining stable centre-right government.

Key features of the agreement:

Commitment to continue developing the Partnership School model (and David Seymour to be Under-Secretary to the Minister of Education)

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