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Democracy Spurned in Iwi Control of Water and Infrastructure

New Conservative is deeply concerned at the demise of democracy the nation is experiencing under this Labour Government.  In an absolute sideshow, the Minister of …

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A Democratic Government Listens To Its People

“Labour and Parliament have shown a completely arrogant disregard for the public,” says Ted Johnston, Co-Leader of New Conservative.  Thousands of people marched to parliament …

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End of Life As We Have Known it

Yesterday, New Zealand ushered in a law that will forever impact our country, and especially those who are vulnerable. “The ‘End of Life Choice Act’ …

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Are Kiwis Interested In COP26?

New Conservative is interested to note the results of the recent survey of New Zealand businesses and individuals conducted by Energy Efficiency & Conservation Authority …

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When Does The Team Of 5 Million Become The Gang Of 4 Million?

The Prime Minister’s warm smile is wearing off, and we can see the Labour government’s lack of compassion underneath. This is not the ‘Kind NZ”, …

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The Right and Privilege of Freedom of Speech

New Conservative sees freedom of speech as an essential pillar to robust and effective democracy. The right to speak freely is also a privilege, and …

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Project 90%? Let’s Discuss

New Conservative says it is time we had an open discussion in relation to the “one size fits all” prevention and treatment mandated by this …

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Opposition Complicit in Labour’s Abuse

“When it comes to Covid, Act is Labour’s main cheerleader,” says New Conservative Co-Leader Ted Johnston. Labour last week stated that, a vaccination certificate will …

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New Conservative Leadership Announcement

New Conservative is pleased to announce the appointment of interim Co-Leaders, Helen Houghton and Ted Johnston. For the year to date we have been led …

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