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BREAKING: Three Waters – Council ownership of confirmed

  ·       Local councils ownership of water entities confirmed and new shareholding structure put in place ·       Local community and council voice further strengthened in Regional Representative Groups...

Seymour: Labour won’t be re-elected

ACT leader David Seymour, who spoke to party faithful in Pakuranga last week, believes Labour will not be re-elected at the next general election. Seymour,...

Rein it in before it’s too late!

Christopher Luxon is National Party leader and the MP for Botany It's great to be back at Parliament for 2022 with our hard-working National...

Luxon takes the reins

Just one year after entering Parliament as the new MP for Botany, former Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon is the new leader...

Luxon named as leadership contender

East Auckland’s two National Party MPs are tight-lipped on who they believe should replace ousted former leader Judith Collins. Collins was dumped by her party’s...

Doing what we love this summer

By Naisi Chen, Labour List MP based in Botany Let's not mince words - it's been a tough couple of months for east Auckland....

Follow-through needed on Eastern Busway

By Christopher Luxon, MP for Botany News that the Government backed down on their unfathomable $785 million cycle bridge, and instead chose to reprioritise...

Petition opposes water reforms

Almost 25,000 people have signed a petition opposing the Government's "Three Waters" plan to reform the management of New Zealand's drinking water, waste water,...

Luxon: Government must park Three Waters plans

Labour must listen to the multitude of mayors pleading for the Three Waters plans to be dumped, National’s Local Government spokesperson Christopher Luxon says. “With...

Three Waters a big worry

I recently travelled to Blenheim for the Local Government New Zealand conference in my role as National's Local Government spokesperson. The annual conference is one...

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