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  • Andrew Little's Tribute to Helen Kelly

    Today, we have lost a champion of working people and many of us have lost a dear friend.

    Helen Kelly leaves a strong legacy. She was an inspirational New Zealander.

    Helen was utterly fearless. She fought not just for union members but for the dignity of all working people.

    New Zealanders deserve to feel safe in their homes

    Being safe in our homes and safe in our communities is part of the Kiwi dream. Under National, that is under threat. For years, National has under-funded Police and crime is getting out of control.

    There are fewer Police Officers today than there were in 2014, even though the population of New Zealand has grown by 170,000 in the past two years. Community police stations have been closed. 86% of Police Association members say that front line Police are under resourced.

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    Labour's Working Futures Plan

    Labour’s Working Futures Plan will provide three years of free post-school education across a person’s life so New Zealanders can thrive in the 21st century economy.

    The nature of work is changing constantly. To compete into the future and seize opportunities as they arise we need one of the best educated workforces in the world.

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September benefit figures disappointing

· October 21, 2016

The Government is out of touch with the reality that fewer people are going off the benefit and into employment or study, says Labour’s Social Development spokesperson Carmel Sepuloni. 

“The quarterly benefit numbers for September are concerning. They show that it is even harder for people on a benefit to find work or go in to study.

MFAT officials refuse to back Prime Minister on Saudi sheep claims

· October 21, 2016

An Ombudsman’s interim decision released about the existence or otherwise of legal advice on the multimillion dollar Saudi sheep deal shows MFAT has failed to back up the Prime Minister’s claims on the matter, says Labour MP David Parker.

“The Prime Minister and Murray McCully have both repeatedly claimed that there was a legal risk to New Zealand taxpayers that justified the payment of $4m to a Saudi businessman.”

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