With 6 months to go, Bill English and Paula Bennett are excited about the election and National's plan to keep NZ on a strong, forward-looking path. If you're committed to the cause you can support our 2017 campaign here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Tune in this evening for what's sure to be an entertaining final speech to Parliament from John Key.
“Labour and the Greens are in la-la land if they think they can use $20 billion earmarked for a long-needed Defence Force upgrade as a slush fund for their election policies.”

Lloyd Burr: Labour/Greens will decimate the Defence Force

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John Key is delivering his final speech to Parliament on Wednesday 22 March. Click below and sign your name to thank him for his service to New Zealand.

Sign your name to thank John Key

1351 people applied to join the Police in January and February this year. This is a record high for police applications and more than double the number from the same time last year. More and more Kiwis have faith in our Police who are working hard to keep our communities safe. Check out one of National's current Ministers and former policeman Mark Mitchell MP with his police dog from a few...
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National is delivering stronger, better public services with a focus on results for all of New Zealand.

Strong Better Public Service results

We're backing Kiwi workers with an economic plan that's creating more jobs and delivering higher wages.
Today we're celebrating International Women's Day with Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett and some of our women in Cabinet: Amy Adams, Judith Collins, Nikki Kaye, Anne Tolley, Maggie Barry MP and Louise Upston. #IWD #IWD2017
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Strong support for National's NZ Super Plan

Kiwis are living longer and our plan will ensure Super remains affordable for future generations.
The Government’s books are better than expected, with a $1.1 billion OBEGAL surplus for the seven months to January.

BREAKING: Seven month surplus better than expected

"The Prime Minister has to his credit accepted the reality, proposing a progressive lifting of the threshold from 65 to 67 in 2037 ... Politicians who oppose extending the age, however, need to explain to the voters how they propose to pay the bill." - The Dominion Post

Editorial: English sees sense on Super

Read about our responsible and fair plan to lift the NZ Super entitlement age from 65 to 67 in 20 years' time:

National moves to secure NZ's future

Prime Minister Bill English on the Government's intention to progressively increase the age of eligibility for NZ Super to 67 from 2037.
Watch Prime Minister Bill English's announcement on NZ Super
Our vision is for a safe, prosperous country that continues to be a place where all Kiwis can get ahead and reach their full potential.
We've been backing businesses by getting them better access to compete in world markets and as a result it's helping diversify our economy and create more good paying jobs.