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Tracey Martin on the CPTPPA and Horse Trading

Tracey Martin Tracey Martin, 22.42 MB
Wed 22 Nov 2017

Tracey tells us what she's been up to this week, explains the 'horse trading' muck up last week and NZ First's stance on the CPTPPA.

Tracey Martin on the government inquiry into abuse of children in State care

Tracey Martin Tracey Martin, 29.54 MB
Wed 15 Nov 2017

Tracey Martin from New Zealand First is hopefully finding out her responsibilities as associate minister for education today and is settling into her parliamentary routine. I talked to her to find out the specific method of testing that will replace National Standards, or what will be reinstated as she explains, and her plans for Oranga Tamariki.

Tracey Martin on the TPP and the new parliament's early days

Tracey Martin on the TPP and the new parliament's early days Tracey Martin on the TPP and the new parliament's early days, 26.74 MB
Wed 8 Nov 2017

We have Tracey for another week! Tracey is currently in the state opening of parliament I believe but I spoke with her earlier this morning and we talked about the incident in parliament yesterday, and what NZ First is thinking about the TPPA-11

Tracey Martin on the new government and new policies

Tracey Martin Tracey Martin, 19.77 MB
Wed 1 Nov 2017

Tracey Martin is back after a busy few weeks and talks with Lillian Hanly about negotiations, the new coalition government and explains the "Waka Jumping" policy.

NZ First's Tracey Martin on housing and child poverty

NZ First's Tracey Martin on housing and child poverty NZ First's Tracey Martin on housing and child poverty, 13.81 MB
Wed 20 Sep 2017

This week Sam talks to Tracey about the future of housing in New Zealand, as well as the future of our lowest earning families.

Tracey Martin on health and NZ First candidate Kym Koloni

Tracey Martin on health and NZ First candidate Kym Koloni.mp3 mp3, 12.86 MB
Wed 13 Sep 2017

Carrying on with this week's election topic of health, Jogai Bhatt speaks to Tracey Martin about their health system funding policies and NZ First candidate Kym Koloni's controversial vow to remove the Treaty of Waitangi from New Zealand law. 

Tracey Martin on economic policy and migration

Tracey Martin on economic policy and migration Tracey Martin on economic policy and migration, 17.52 MB
Wed 6 Sep 2017

This week with New Zealand First MP Tracey Martin we discuss how her party will tackle immigration and buying back state assets while keeping the economy on track. 

Tracey Martin on NZ First’s environmental policies

Tracey Martin on NZ First’s environmental policies Tracey Martin on NZ First’s environmental policies, 8.08 MB
Wed 23 Aug 2017

This week, we kick-off our election focused coverage in the five weeks remaining before September 23, where each week we look at different key policy areas that matter the most in #Decision17. This week, we start things off with the environment, so we ask Tracey about what environmentally-focused policies NZ First has on offer for New Zealand.
 

Tracey Martin on extension of Government’s learning support pilot

Tracey Martin on extension of Government’s learning support pilot Tracey Martin on extension of Government’s learning support pilot, 13.81 MB
Wed 16 Aug 2017

Education Minister Nikki Kaye announced last week that a learning support pilot in schools will be expanded to cover 70,000 more children around the country. As part of the pilot extension, 15 Ministry of Education senior staff will be placed as facilitators across 30 Communities of Learning around New Zealand to provide help for students who may need additional learning support. However, critics of the move say it ignores the findings from a recent inquiry into the needs of children who require extra learning help. This week, Ximena chats to Tracey about why the pilot extension isn’t the right solution.  

Tracey Martin on National & Labour transport plans

Tracey Martin on National & Labour transport plans Tracey Martin on National & Labour transport plans, 14.72 MB
Wed 9 Aug 2017

Both Labour and National released their transport policies in the weekend: Labour has pledged to build light rail from downtown Auckland to the airport within a decade and charge Auckland with a fuel tax, while National has promised to invest $267 million into rail. But New Zealand First says neither of the parties are “hitting the mark”. Ximena chats to Tracey to find out why the solutions aren’t enough and what New Zealand First would do differently.