Sunday Star Times, New Zealand by Jarred Williamson 20 Aug 2017 Fifteen per cent of serious criminal charges in one of New Zealand’s busiest crime districts are not making the grade for prosecution double the national average. Police in South Auckland are privately expressing concern that too many of their investigations are not making the […]
Wairoa Star, Wairoa East Coast by STUART NASH 10 Aug 2017 ON WEDNESDAY afternoon I was the guest speaker at the launch of Sir Bob Jones’ new commercial wooden building in Wellington. At 12 storeys, it will be the tallest commercial wooden building in the world. It is notable for a number of reasons. First […]
Hawke’s Bay Today, Hawke’s Bay by Victoria White 11 Aug 2017 Labour’s pledge to charge royalties for commercial water bottling has been welcomed by the long-time champion of such a move, Napier MP Stuart Nash. Water bottling has been a contentious issue in Hawke’s Bay, heating up after the Havelock North gastro outbreak in last […]
Wairarapa Times Age, Wairarapa 31 Jul 2017 Labour urges review of online market after family pair slain Labour has demanded an inquiry into online gun sales following revelations the man behind Northland’s double fatal shooting was able to buy firearms online. But the police minister says the police need to be left to carry out […]
Manawatu Standard, Palmerston North Manawatu by Kirsty Lawrence 24 Jul 2017 Random drug testing is yet to be introduced by the police, two years after the then deputy police commissioner said there were plans to bring it in. Information released under the Official Information Act shows it is only mandatory for police to be drug […]
Wairoa Star, Wairoa East Coast by STUART NASH 20 Jul 2017 Nash Notes Labour MP Wairoa, /Napier this week Superintendent Tania Kura officially started her new role as the Eastern District’s Regional Police Commander. I welcome her appointment and especially her stated focus to target domestic violence. With an estimated 500,000 incidents of family violence […]
LABOUR MP Stuart Nash will host a meeting at Ngatapa Community Hall on Thursday, with roading and the impact of forestry trucks to be among the issues discussed. Other speakers will include Mayor Meng Foon, Ben Payne, Harvest Manager at PF Olsen and Chris Berry, Manager at PF Olsen. Read more here.
Wairoa Star, Wairoa East Coast by STUART NASH 06 Jul 2017 Nash Notes Stuart Nash Labour MP Wairoa, /Napier as a Member of Parliament it annoys me when, from time-to-time, politicians we forget we are well paid to primarily develop and implement solutions to the issues that are important to New Zealanders. The past couple […]
Hawke’s Bay Today, Hawke’s Bay by Victoria White 14 Jul 2017 The Government is to invest in Napier based charity Whatever It Takes, which delivers mental health services, community support and residential care for the homeless. Victoria White reports, p3. Govt to help fund homeless initiative The Government has stepped in after weeks of public […]
12 Jul 2017 8:00AM • Radio NZ – National, Wellington (08:00 News) hosted by Newsreader Police are being warned that they are sending a dangerous message by slashing the number of roadside alcohol breath tests. Paula Bennett, Minister of Police has said it is an operational matter Listen now here.