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Simon Bridges
Leader of the . MP for Tauranga since November 2008. Authorised by Simon Bridges, 35a Third Avenue, Tauranga.
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David Farrar 2h
If Duncan Garner is correct, then the Government has stopped more homes, than it has built with Kiwibuild.
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If the rumour is to waste $45m on Ihumatao is true, this is a slap in the face to everyday New Zealanders who are working harder & paying too much tax under Labour. It’s also a disastrous precedent, rewarding protestors & unwinding full & final treaty settlements.
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David Farrar 3h
Gang numbers up 35% in HB
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Anusha Bradley 22h
Standing room only at a public meeting in Taradale to talk about the recent gang tensions in Napier
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NZ National Party 22h
National’s Justice Spokesperson is at a public meeting on gang violence in Hawke’s Bay. Standing room only. Kiwis are sick and tired of the Government’s inaction. Families deserve to feel safe and secure in their own communities. We’ll crack down hard on gangs.
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NZ National Party 23h
The Government needs to front up on Coronavirus. Watch here:
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Simon Bridges Jan 25
2/2 National is the party of infrastructure & wont wait three years into Govt to announce anything. We will get moving from day one on projects that will get you out of traffic on your way to work or dropping kids to school. & unlike Labour, when I say something, I will do it.
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Simon Bridges Jan 25
1/2 With Govt announcements on Transport this week, we already know they won’t deliver. Labour is incompetent on infrastructure & doesn’t really believe in it (remember Twyford saying we’d over invested in roads & Julie-Anne calling us “car-Nazis”).
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Simon Bridges Jan 24
And what’s wrong with Clark that he won’t lead the significant issues that matter to NZers within his Health portfolio?
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NZ National Party Jan 24
We were pleased to hear the PM finally commit to telling the truth this election. But her track record doesn't give Kiwis much confidence.
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NZ National Party Jan 23
"When I say something, I'll do it. When the National Party say something, we'll do it." -
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Simon Bridges Jan 23
Rātana is always a special start to the year. It was great to see whānau from Oparure Marae.
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Simon Bridges Jan 23
Let's get real about gangs. Just this month a shotgun pellet struck a child's car seat in Taradale and an innocent mother was gunned down in her own home in Favona. They're not misunderstood. My thoughts are with Meliame's family.
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Matthew Hooton Jan 22
“Social Development Minister Carmel Sepuloni put the increase down to a softening in some sectors, and low unemployment which made for a tight labour market.” How does low unemployment cause higher benefit numbers? What on earth does she mean?
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Simon Bridges Jan 22
In Auckland today and popped in to see the team at HQ. Backing you all the way boys!
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Christopher Bishop Jan 22
Here’s a thread about Shane Jones, NZ Future Forest Products Limited (NZFFP) and the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF). TL;DR – this is yet another instance of murky behaviour by Jones over the PGF. In any other government he would have been or would be sacked. 1/
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NZ National Party Jan 22
Nine years of progress undone in two.
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Christopher Bishop Jan 21
I am shocked. Shocked.
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Simon Bridges Jan 21
Met with yesterday who is now serving as a Senator of the Philippines. He said he and his family would love to visit our beautiful country one day. Come over, Manny!
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Simon Bridges Jan 21
Important work being done against meth in our towns but it's also worth noting it wouldn't be as big an issue if the very gangs you praise Russell didn't manufacture and peddle it.
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