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TOP intends to slash the tax rates on salaries and wages, and ask the owners of assets to pay more. The result is a fairer tax system.
The TOP test for migrants is: if you can improve our standard of living we welcome you. If not, thanks but no thanks.
We should leave the environment for our descendants in no worse shape than we inherited it – and preferably in better shape.
The strength of our democracy is eroding, we need to restore full public participation.
We need to prepare our children for the 21st Century, but we still have a 20th Century education system.
If we are smart, we can implement a climate change action policy in a way that makes us better off.
We'll invest in the next generation and get the richest ¼ of elderly to pay for it.
We want to legalise and regulate cannabis to reduce the harm it causes
Polluters and commercial water users should pay, so that the rest of us can play in our fresh water.
Reducing overall harm caused by alcohol to both individuals and society
People starting out in adult life need support to help them reach their potential.
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We’ve been asked by a lot of people what is the difference between The Opportunities Party (TOP) and the Greens. While the Greens may be close to TOP on some issues, it turns out there are quite a few stark differences. We’ve found 8 main ones.
Today the National Government announced a package to bolster the Emissions Trading Scheme that may achieve its conservative emissions targets. It’s great they have finally woken up and are acknowledging that climate change isn’t going away, that we will eventually have to do something to reduce emissions. But the key word here...
Over the past few years all Establishment Parties – National, Labour, and the Greens have proposed or enacted changes to the targeted benefit regime (including Working for Families). Which is better, targeted welfare or an Unconditional Basic Income? Here are 5 questions you can ask yourself to help make up...
Seven Kiwis are dead, and paramedics in Auckland see 20 users of synthetic cannabis a day with life threatening effects from this drug.
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