• 06 January, 2024

    No rehabilitation, no parole

    Prisoners will have a better chance of reintegrating into society and building a better life as a result of my Member’s Bill

  • 04 January, 2024

    ACT to fix housing mess

    ACT said from the get-go that Medium Density Residential Standards (MDRS) weren’t the solution to New Zealand’s housing problems. Now we’re giving councils back control over what happens in their community

  • 03 January, 2024

    Three Strikes to restore law and order

    The Labour Government turned its back on victims of serious crime when it repealed the Three Strikes legislation. ACT is bringing it back

  • 02 January, 2024

    Time to give farmers a break

    After six years of farmers having to worry about how the government is going to make things tougher for them, ACT is committed to getting the government back to basics and focused on supporting farmers to do what they do best

  • 30 December, 2023

    Put away Nana’s remedy, real cold and flu medicine is coming back

    ACT gave single-tissue voters something to support in election 2023. We’re returning the favour by ensuring the end of the ineffective ban on effective cold and flu medicines

  • 29 December, 2023

    Member’s bill lodged to protect company directors from stalking, harassment

    There is no practical justification for the current requirement that company directors have a residential address publicly listed

  • 27 December, 2023

    Good for business is good for everyone

    ACT finished 2023 delivering good news for small businesses. That’s just the beginning of a new business-friendly environment ACT will create

  • 23 December, 2023

    A public service that delivers for you

    ACT is changing the way the public service operates so it is focussed on outcomes for taxpayers rather than spending your money just because it can

  • 21 December, 2023

    ACT condemns $60,000 poetry award

    Creative NZ has decided it wasn’t enough to just fund a stage show based on Tusiata Avia’s work – they’ve now handed her a $60,000 personal award for her racist rants

  • 20 December, 2023

    Mini-budget stops work on Labour’s economic demolition

    “ACT’s stop-work notices are already ensuring significant savings to the taxpayer in the Government’s mini-budget. With HYEFU revealing the absolute state Labour left the economy in, there’ll need to be more savings where that came from,” says ACT Leader David Seymour.

  • 20 December, 2023

    Bad planning laws scrapped before Santa comes down the chimney

    Labour’s resource management regime has been scrapped before Christmas, as promised in ACT’s coalition agreement.

  • 17 December, 2023

    Finally, Wellington can get moving

    “ACT welcomes the end of the ironically named Let’s Get Wellington Moving (LGWM). The left-wing fantasy project was a drain on taxpayers and ratepayers, and would have achieved the exact opposite of what it says on the tin,” says ACT Leader David Seymour.