• 14 June, 2022

    Time to be transparent and call in vaccine favours

    “At current rates the Government is on track to run out of Pfizer doses on September 2nd. It needs to either source more doses, or slow down on the ‘incredible news’ of 90,000 vaccines per day,” says ACT Leader David...

  • 14 June, 2022

    Hate Speech Petition reaches 20,000 signatures

    “Tens of thousands of Kiwis have exercised their right to free speech, standing up to Jacinda Ardern and her divisive Hate Speech Laws. The Prime Minister needs to back down and dump this confused initiative,” says ACT Leader David Seymour....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Government must open up about what next

    “As the World starts to get on top of COVID-19, New Zealand’s focus must turn to how the country will move from the emergency measures of closed borders and rolling lockdowns that come with an elimination strategy to preparing our...

  • 14 June, 2022

    Government adopts ACT language – should adopt ACT policy

    “Chris Hipkins’ adoption of ACT’s language of continuous improvement in announcing his latest COVID-19 review shows the impact of effective opposition,” says ACT Leader David Seymour....

  • 14 June, 2022

    ACT housing petition sending strong message

    “The madness of removing mortgage interest tax deductibility on rental properties is percolating through the nation, with almost 6500 people having signed ACT’s petition to abolish the bright-line test and reinstate the ability for landlords to deduct mortgage interest from...

  • 14 June, 2022

    Super Saturday is over, now let’s get back to reality

    “Super Saturday was a fun but desperate event. Now it’s over, the Government needs to say what’s next,” says ACT Leader David Seymour....

  • 14 June, 2022

    ACT tackles the cost of living crisis

    “The cost of living for New Zealand families is through the roof. Rents are up, mortgage rates are on the rise, the cost of food is up, petrol is up - but wages aren’t keeping up. It’s time Kiwi battlers...

  • 14 June, 2022

    Captain Climate Change and the First XV

    “Captain Planet James Shaw is taking 14 officials to Glasgow with him, the first XV of climate change,” says ACT Leader David Seymour....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Free Press, 21 December 2021

    The so-called Tai Tokerau Border Control checked 20,000 cars on State Highway 1. The occupants of 19,900 cars were vaccinated or tested. TTBC then gave up. A real Prime Minister would have just said the costs outweighed the benefits to...

  • 14 June, 2022

    Gangs recruiting 10 times faster than Police

    “Alarming new figures show that the gangs are recruiting 10 times faster than Police,” says ACT Firearms Law Reform spokesperson Nicole McKee....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Government relying on something that doesn’t exist for energy shortages

    “When questioned by the ACT Party about the risk of energy shortages, Energry and Resources Minister Megan Woods said she’s considering a range of projects through the NZ Battery Project which doesn’t even exist yet,” says ACT’s Energy spokesperson Simon...

  • 14 June, 2022

    Govt adopts ACT's Freedom Day

    “ACT’s Freedom Day has effectively been adopted by the Government – if only they’d offered certainty earlier,” says ACT Leader David Seymour....