• 14 June, 2022

    PM rejects farmers… again

    “The Prime Minister and Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor have once again declined to meet with Groundswell, turning their backs on a group who feels let down and betrayed by the Labour Government,” says ACT’s Primary Production spokesperson Mark Cameron....

  • 14 June, 2022

    James Shaw’s secret SNA briefings

    “The ACT Party is today challenging Associate Environment Minister James Shaw to show some transparency around the work he is doing on Significant Natural Areas,” says ACT’s Primary Industries spokesperson Mark Cameron....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Where’s the cost benefit analysis for the bridge?

    “Transport Minister Michael Wood needs to release the cost benefit analysis for the walking/cycling bridge he’s proposing for Auckland,” says ACT’s Transport spokesperson Simon Court....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Where is the support for our Police?

    “Our Police officers are being confronted by increasingly dangerous situations thanks to this soft on crime Government and they feel like the Government doesn’t have their back,” says ACT’s Police spokesperson Chris Baillie....

  • 14 June, 2022

    ACT support Communities 4 Local Democracy

    “The ACT Party will today meet with the newly formed Communities for Local Democracy – He hapori mō te Manapori, as it fights the Government’s undemocratic Three Waters policy,” says ACT’s Local Government spokesperson Simon Court....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Government must apologise for MIQ debacle

    “The Prime Minister needs to apologise to the thousands of Kiwis who were cruelly stranded overseas after her Cabinet had been briefed that MIQ was pointless in November last year,” ACT’s Leader David Seymour says....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Civil Defence tsunami warning fail

    “Residents in Northland are rightly concerned that neither the Emergency Mobile Alert system nor any Tsunami sirens were activated prior to strong surges that destroyed dozens of boats in the Tutukaka Marina, flooded at least one campground, and put lives...

  • 14 June, 2022

    Coal imports up again, Govt must reverse gas exploration ban

    “The Government’s marketing-led environmentalism has been mugged by scientific reality”, says ACT’s Climate Change spokesperson Simon Court.

  • 14 June, 2022

    Ten things better than vouchers

    “It’s great that the Government is issuing vouchers for businesses still alive after the lockdown, but here are the top ten things they could have done, or still do, for business,” according to ACT Leader David Seymour....

  • 14 June, 2022

    What happened to governing for all New Zealanders?

    “Jacinda Ardern’s reasoning for forcing undemocratic union contracts on people who don’t want any part of them just doesn’t add up,” says ACT Leader David Seymour....

  • 14 June, 2022

    Tasmania the latest to progress human rights

    “I’m so pleased to welcome another Australian state passing voluntary assisted dying legislation, with last night’s victory for the new law in the Tasmanian Parliament,” says ACT Health spokesperson Brooke van Velden....

  • 14 June, 2022

    ACT’s new approach to mental health

    “Andrew Little needs to take some responsibility after blaming the Ministry of Health who “has struggled to achieve as much as we would have liked them to" on mental health,” says ACT Deputy Leader and Health spokesperson Brooke van Velden....