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Brett's Brief - 25th September 2019

The Government is cheering on its mediocre performance. Economic growth has slowed and is nearing stall speed. Under National the economy had been growing at around four percent year on...


Brett's Brief - 11th September 2019

"Something is rotten in the state of Denmark". Or rather, a little closer to home. The New Zealand Transport Agency appeared before select committee a fortnight ago to give a...


Brett's Brief 28th August 2019

This week National launched our Economic Discussion Document. A strong economy matters and New Zealand should be booming, yet 63 per cent of business leaders think the Government is managing...


Brett's Brief - 12th August 2019

Last week NZ Post and Kiwibank appeared again before a parliamentary select committee to face questions on the proposed changes to services in Johnsonville. NZ Post plans to partner with...


Brett's Brief - 17th July 2019

A fortnight ago I wrote about the increasing burden of new and increased taxes the Government is imposing on hard-working Kiwis. Well they’ve gone and proposed yet another one. A...


Brett's Brief - 2nd July 2019

You can’t trust Labour on tax. When you add up all of the new taxes, and factor in the cancelled tax relief, Kiwi families are going to be worse off by...


Brett's Brief - 19th June 2019

Despite claiming to prioritise wellbeing, the Budget has offered nothing but more taxes for hardworking Kiwis struggling to keep up with the rising cost of living. The first piece of...


Brett's Brief 9th June 2019

Where’s the “well-being” in a Budget that imposes higher taxes and greater costs? The Botched Budget has offered nothing but more taxes for hardworking Kiwis who are struggling to keep...


2018 Christmas Newsletter

Congratulations on what’s been an astounding year.When parties go into opposition they’re supposed to be bent, bowed and limping. We have emerged from the past year every bit as strong...


Hudson to run for two ticks in Ōhāriu

National’s Ōhāriu-based List MP and candidate Brett Hudson is asking National Party supporters to make it 'two ticks for National' following Hon Peter Dunne’s withdrawal and retirement from politics. “The...