Winston Peters
Winston Peters
04/29/2017 at 00:57. Facebook
Business owners complaining they can no longer employ cheap labour need to remember where they are.
They bring in staff from their own country and pay them peanuts.
That's not the NZ way.
Now they say a new law requiring skilled immigrants to earn $49,000 a year will ruin them.
Tough.
Pay decent wages or take your business somewhere else.
Business owners complaining they can no longer employ cheap labour need to

Immigration laws may affect restaurants

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Matt Lyons
Anne Degia-Pala
Rachel Price
Winston Peters
Winston Peters
04/27/2017 at 04:02. Facebook
Susan Devoy, as Race Relations Commissioner, has criticised us.
She says Winston Peters should focus on what journalists write, not their ethnicity or race.
Well we did.
As we pointed out the journalists, both immigrants, wrote immigration is not mostly from Asia. They were wrong.
They used crude figures from arrival and departure cards.
We also got criticised by the NZ Herald editor.
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Susan Devoy as Race Relations Commissioner has criticised us

Focus on what journalists write not their ethnicity

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David Billing
Cat Johnson
Rick Ferguson
Winston Peters
Winston Peters
04/26/2017 at 04:49. Facebook
The NZ Herald is big on “alternative facts” today.
It went front page today to mislead us on immigration.
The two reporters, who are immigrants themselves, state that the top 5 nations for work visas are NOT Asian.
That’s an alternative fact.
They relied on those arrival/departure forms we all fill out when we go through immigration, not on the number of work visas issued - many people change...
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The NZ Herald is big on “alternative facts” today
Mark Hartley
Jo Catley
Cameron Alexander Rutten
Winston Peters
Winston Peters
04/25/2017 at 03:57. Facebook
Anzac Day Service at Mangonui a great setting and turnout. Was honoured to meet two servicemen, Mr Ornise Edwards, WW2 and Korean war veteran (in the middle) and Mr Kevin Flanagan, veteran of the Malaya, Borneo and Vietnam war.
Anzac Day Service at Mangonui a great setting and turnout Was honoured
Chuck Bird
Led Cobb
Peter Edwards
Winston Peters
Winston Peters
04/24/2017 at 22:16. Facebook
Stopped by the ANZAC parade in Kaeo after the Kaikohe Dawn Service.
Stopped by the ANZAC parade in Kaeo after the Kaikohe Dawn Service
Shane Whittaker
Gordon Burnside
Liz Douglas
Winston Peters
Winston Peters
04/24/2017 at 22:12. Facebook
Men from the HMNZS Wellington at the Kaikohe Dawn Service. Great to see them in attendance.
Men from the HMNZS Wellington at the Kaikohe Dawn Service Great to see them in attendance
Warren Mihaka
Sheryl Tumai
Nick Crossan
Winston Peters
Winston Peters
04/24/2017 at 22:06. Facebook
Huge crowd at the Kaikohe Dawn Service. For a town that has received so much bad publicity recently it is great to see a small town in New Zealand has hope.
Huge crowd at the Kaikohe Dawn Service For a town that has
John Peters
Waveney Vaughan
Angela Real
Had a chance to visit Muraies Training Centre in Kaitaia today. This is a military training course that seriously needs community and government help. It's run by William Murray and his partner Sasha Saies.
Had a chance to visit Muraies Training Centre in Kaitaia today This
Karen Simmons
Pema Dudbridge
Neil Davis
ACC have shown a complete lack of understanding of the pressure workers are under.
They denied Christchurch welder Aaron Lange funding to cover his work-place injury because he kept working after being hurt.
Aaron thought he was doing the right thing for his employer.
He gritted his teeth and continued to work to the end of his shift even though he was in serious pain.
But ACC has taken a...
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ACC have shown a complete lack of understanding of the pressure workers are under

Injured worker left in agony after being denied ACC funding for finishing his shift

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Susan Whitaker
Ra Brown
James Hardy
Attended an ANZAC service at Whangarei Boys' High School last Thursday afternoon which is always held by the school prior to ANZAC Day.

Photos were a bit late coming through.
Attended an ANZAC service at Whangarei Boys High School last Thursday afternoon
Sonja Carlile
Andy Colville
Robert McAlpine
Pleasure to open the new Hospice Mid-Northern Kawakawa shop.
The work of the Hospice is deserving of the highest praise. They serve the 40,000 Northlanders from Towhai in the south to Taupo Bay in the north.
Five nurses provide care for people who are at the most vulnerable time of their lives.
The great thing is the patients can be looked after in their own homes.
This wonderful service is...
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Pleasure to open the new Hospice MidNorthern Kawakawa shop
Lorraine Levien
Wiremu Bill Pita
Suzanne McClung
Every Phil, Dave and Bill have had their say about NZ Super.
No wonder people are confused.
National and Labour are like weathercocks.
In 2014 Labour wanted to bump the retirement age up to 67.
Now they have done a somersault back to 65.
National said they wouldn’t touch NZ Super.
Now they have flip flopped to raise it to 67 – by 2040.
These two parties have swapped positions.
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Every Phil Dave and Bill have had their say about NZ Super
Sabrina Anne Watene
Peter Watson
Jocelyn Palmer Bragg
Noel L Winstone
Leah Callaghan
Gibstock Gibby
Sad to hear that John Clarke has died - Australia didn't know how lucky they were when they got our Fred Dagg.
Sad to hear that John Clarke has died Australia didnt know how
Kevin Fleming
Patricia Blake
Margaret Sowry
At the Auckland Retirement, Lifestyle and Travel Expo today. NZ First has a stand, pop in and say hello if you're in the area.
At the Auckland Retirement Lifestyle and Travel Expo today NZ First has
Robbie Wolley
Jeremy N Kylee
Rodger Short
Addressed the North Canterbury Federated Farmers AGM today.
Consecutive ministers have failed New Zealand, failed our farmers and failed small innovative businesses.
The Chinese are taking the cream out of New Zealand.
In less than 6 years they have got control of our High Value Infant Formula business.
New Zealanders are becoming the workers - serfs in our own country.
Full speech here:
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Addressed the North Canterbury Federated Farmers AGM today
Rosie Webb
Vaughan Thomas
Marina Lewis
At Harris Meats in Cheviot with Sacha Mckendry and Linda Cone.
Harris Meats Cheviot Ltd is a good example of a how a local corner butcher can grow into a major regional business.
Bryan and Nick Harris built up the business started by their parents Clare and Dennis in 1956.
The business now employs about 45 people, trains apprentices, and has a fully licensed abattoir and meat processing...
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At Harris Meats in Cheviot with Sacha Mckendry and Linda Cone
Costa Harris
Garry Craig
Sally Silver
Pleased to spend time with the Asia Plus Group of Ambassadors, hosted by the Swiss Ambassador David Vogelsanger, to talk about the winds of change blowing through the Western World and indeed now New Zealand. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Pleased to spend time with the Asia Plus Group of Ambassadors hosted
Christie Milford
Tony Moore
Ruth Kiwikiwi
At present the RMA reform bill will not help this country economically or socially. It takes New Zealand down a disastrous path and will do nothing for ordinary Māori.
Richard Kitson
Rob Paynter
Christopher Hawley
I have written to every National Party MP asking them, one last time, to suspend the RMA reform bill so it can be sorted out properly.

If National does not step away from this separatist abyss the future social and economic deterioration of this country is certain.

In its current form, the bill is a total disaster both for Māori people and this country. It will benefit the elite in Māoridom...
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I have written to every National Party MP asking them one last
Vivien Barnes
Louis Rangiuaia
Tony Moore