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Jami-Lee Ross:Transport minister considering Eastern Busway

Parliament has recently been legislating measures to fast-track infrastructure projects as an economic booster in the wake of Covid-19. With all infrastructure, particularly roading projects,...

Donations scandal: Jami-Lee Ross appears in High Court

Independent Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross appeared in the Auckland High Court this morning (July 8) for a pre-trial review hearing on charges related to...

Jami-Lee Ross:rates freeze should go ahead

Very few households or businesses have managed to escape the financial impacts that we have experienced, and will continue to experience, off the back...

‘Fresh out of the John Key mould’-MPs’reaction to Muller

After the announcement Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller had succeeded Simon Bridges as the leader of the opposition, with Nikki Kaye elevated as...

Muller new face of National:Bridges removed as leader

Simon Bridges has been removed as leader of the National Party in favour of newcomer Todd Muller. His deputy Paula Bennett has also lost her...

#election2020:Botany MP confirms set up of new party

Rogue independent MP Jami-Lee Ross has confirmed her will set up a new political party. “A couple of weeks ago I raised publicly some questions...

Jami-Lee Ross: Where to next?

Isn’t is good to be reading a paper copy of the Times once again! Long may our trusted local newspaper reign over us. Being locked...

Elections 2020:Ross looks to set up new political party

Rogue independent Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross is looking at starting a new political party. Tentatively given the working name Advance NZ, Ross has floated the...

‘Nats got $150k from China’: Jamie-Lee Ross claims

Independent Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross, under parliamentary privilege, has accused the National Party of receiving foreign cash from China’s Communist Party. RNZ reported that Ross,...

National Party donations scandal: Jami-Lee Ross appears in court

Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross appeared in Auckland District Court on Tuesday, February 25 to answer charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office in relation...


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