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New Conservative Party promotes Dieuwe de Boer for Botany seat

The New Conservative Party has selected Dutch-born Dieuwe de Boer as their candidate for Botany in September’s general election. The seat is held by independent...

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...

Opinion: Women’s health shouldn’t be a crime

Last month I joined 80 other MPs in supporting the Abortion Legislation Bill to advance further. In the next two weeks, it’s likely abortion...

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...

Cockle doodle don’t: Poachers anger local residents

A local woman has persuaded a group of alleged cockle poachers, to return the molluscs to the ocean after confronting them on Cockle Bay...

Jami-Lee Ross one of 4 charged by SFO

Botany MP Jami-Lee Ross is one of four men charged by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) over allegations about two $100,000 donations to the...

Jami-Lee Ross:Listening to Cockle Bay’s Brian

About a year ago local man Brian approached me, perplexed about why, over many years, no government department or minister has taken seriously the...

OPINION: Fuel tax an unnecessary burden

The Auckland regional fuel tax should be scrapped to alleviate some of the pain local motorists are feeling at the pump. A Members' Bill I've...

Beach protection unites Nash & Ross

Keen observers of New Zealand politics may know how unusual it is for an opposition Member of Parliament to work on a policy matter...

Legalising recreational cannabis the wrong move

When voters go to the polls at next year’s General Election, they won’t just be asked who they think will be their best champion...

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