Consumer NZ challenges super-sized supermarket profits

Consumer NZ has launched a petition, asking Minister David Clark to put consumers first and go…

Cancer Control agency’s medicines report ‘deeply disappointing’

An advocacy group for those living with breast cancer says it is “deeply disappointed” by a…

The lost generation – how young Kiwis are bearing the brunt of rising inflation

The latest Financial Services Council’s (FSC) research report, ‘Money and You – The Lost Generation?’ shines a…

$12,000 car loan wiped due to domestic abuse of borrower

A woman who was forced by her abusive partner to borrow money has had the loan…

Retirees prepared to spend their last dollar and stuff the funeral

Leaving money or lifestyle on the table is the big choice facing those heading into retirement…

Covid made rental crisis worse

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, New Zealand’s housing crisis has only worsened with time.…

Bank of mum & dad supporting adult children

From buying a home to help with the groceries, the “Bank of Mum and Dad” is…

Power prices could cost an extra $1,000 a year

Consumer NZ’s Powerswitch has been crunching the numbers and found some power uses will face price…

Limited progress on reducing child poverty

New statistics show very limited progress towards lifting children out of poverty, three years on from…

Time for covid mandates to be scrapped

The protest convoy that arrived in Wellington is just a small representation of the thousands of…

Government must pause children’s bill to allow consultation – Child Poverty Action Group

Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) is calling on the Government to pause progress on the Oversight…

New scheme launched to give kids a chance to play sport – all welcome

Children looking for ways to play sport, who may have been forced to leave their vaccinated…

Why is New Zealand facing a ‘food crisis’?

Parliament is coming under pressure from AUT Law students to ensure New Zealanders always have enough…

Price of food up 4.5% (but we knew that already)

Annual food prices were 4.5 percent higher in December 2021 than they were in December 2020,…

Covid will pass, but discrimination of the un-vaxxed will be remembered

It’s a shame that we as a country have decided to follow a policy of discrimination.…

NZ Human Rights commissioner uses a form letter to bat away complaints

It appears the country's Human Rights commissioner has recieved so many complaints these past few months…

Let unvaxxed kids have fun and freedom – petition launched

A petition has been launched – 45,000 supporters so far – saying children as young as…

BNZ bank demands customers, staff, be vaccinated

Bank of New Zealand says its staff, contractors, suppliers, and customers who visit Partners Centres and…

Requirement to accept cash proposed by Reserve Bank

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand s seeking feedback on issues facing the cash system and…

GPs told they can’t discriminate against the unvaxxed – low risk of transmission

In an extensive briefing to the medical community the MoH has published a PDF making it…

Hamilton to join worldwide freedom rally this Saturday

Thousands of freedoms supporters will meet at Claudelands Park, Hamilton, this Saturday 20 November at 11am…

Poverty Action Group disappointed at Ardern’s tax credit top-up

The Government's family tax credit announcements show little understanding of the plight of families and children…

Thousands ready to break out of prison Auckland for summer holidays

Press release: Outdoors Party In the last week or so it has been hinted at several…

Call for unvaxxed to complain to Human Rights Commission

First published by Freedoms & Rights Coalition (abridged) We now have many vaxxed people who believe…

Aucklanders are not waiting for PM Ardern’s green light

Anyone on Auckland's motorways must wonder if anyone is 'staying safe' at home. The roads are…

Three Waters proposal should be flushed down the drain

By Chris Leitch, Leader Social Credit Party Ratepayers and water users are being forced by the…

Hikoi stopped at Auckland border by police

An estimated 50 cars in a hīkoi hoping to cross into Northland spent the night parked…

Half a million New Zealanders have no savings

New findings from the Consumer NZ sentiment tracker found that 15% of New Zealanders had no…

When debt collection becomes bullying

Christians Against Poverty has revealed the disturbing and sometimes illegal tactics money lenders and debt collectors…