The National Party's Denise Lee joins Laura Kvigstad for their weekly chat. This week they discuss the conversations being had around the reopening of butchers, dairies and veggie shops. Then they have a chat about governments' lastest lending scheme to keep businesses afloat.
National’s Denise Lee joins Laura Kvigstad for their weekly chat. This week they discuss Denise's volunteer database, where people in her community are delivering goods to those who may not have internet access and the ability to get online deliveries. Then they chat about the potential for a grand coalition amongst these unprecedented times and many questions about what the world of politics may look like over this year. Lastly, they discuss the protections put in place for renters and some of the concerns that renters may have amongst these uncertain times.
Denise Lee joins Laura Kvigstad to discuss the recent criticism Simon Bridges has received for his handling of issues related to covid 19. After that, they chat about why National is calling for better transparency on the criteria for school closures. Finally, they chat about National's calls for biotech in the attempts to make Aotearoa predator-free.
The National Party's Denise Lee joins us for our weekly chat...
This week Denise joins Laura Kvigstad to discuss Simon Bridges plans to cut the red tape, deregulating industries in order to stimulate the economy. Then they chat about the pay equity amendment bill and why it's stalled on it's second reading. Finally, they chat about National advocating for coalition government to stall the minimum wage increase set to begin on April 1st, 2020.
The National Party's Denise Lee joins Laura Kvigstad for their weekly catch up. This week they discuss governments place-based assessments for housing which has started in Rotorua most recently. Then they have a chat about transparency international calling for political funding reform which follows the Serious Fraud Office’s investigations in National and New Zealand First’s donation scandals. Finally, Denise expresses her concerns over the fire hazard that One Tree Hill has become since the Tūpuna Maunga Authority has stopped livestock grazing.
On the wire this week the National Party’s, Chris Penk stepped in for Denise Lee to keep us up to date on National News. He joined Laura Kvigstad to discuss the effects of the drought in rural Auckland, Simon Bridges teasing of a tax cut package and the right to silence debate that has been sparked around child abuse cases.
The National Party’s, Denise Lee, joins Laura Kvigstad for their weekly chat. This week they discuss the loss of three National Party MPs ahead of the 2020 election and the coalitions governments homelessness package and why it has prompted criticism for National's previous moves while in leadership.
The National Party’s, Denise Lee joins Laura Kvigstad for their weekly catch up. They chat about the Serious Fraud Office filing charges in relation to National donations, infrastructure spending and why she is campaigning for an East-West link and whether The National Party will sign up for Facebook's political ad transparency tool in their election campaign.
The National Party's Denise Lee joins host, Laura Kvigstad. This week they chat about the concerns of the politicisation of the police and the recent debate that has sparked around the rising minimum wage.