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Winston Peters, take note: NZ Firsts most favoured constituency does NOT support Bradfords anti-smacking Bill.

Posted by watchingcyfswatchnewzealand on April 3, 2007

As posted on CYFSWATCH NZ

Winston Peters, take note: NZ Firsts most favoured constituency does NOT support Bradfords anti-smacking Bill.
Tuesday, 03.04.2007, 08:00am (GMT12)

NZ First the Only Choice for Seniors

Media Release

2 April 2007

NZ First the Only Choice for Seniors

The significant increase in New Zealand Superannuation of more than $20 a week for married couples and $13 a week for singles highlights why New Zealand First should remain the party of choice for seniors, says party leader Winston Peters.

Mr Peters reminded New Zealand seniors that his party was delivering on its policy promises to seniors and would keep on delivering.

“We are the only party with a substantial section within its confidence and supply agreement dedicated to seniors and although we have been attacked in some quarters for being such strong advocates for seniors and their plight – we make no apology for continuing to fight for this too often neglected sector of our community,” said Mr Peters.

“With New Zealand First in Parliament, seniors have a strong voice and advocate. But more importantly we actually get on and deliver on our promises.

“While other parties offer our seniors little more than lip service – New Zealand First delivers the goods. We would never take our seniors’ support for granted, but we will always keep our promises,” concluded Mr Peters.

ENDS

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