Along with Tax, it’s the most pressing issues facing our economy. Read our lips: house prices must come down. We’ll make it happen.
We can and must get smarter. If we want to keep and capitalise on our clean green image, we need to start investing in our environment.
We acknowledge the fact that it’s not only people with families that matter but also people starting out in adult life who need support to help them reach their potential.
Cannabis prohibition causes more harm than it prevents. That’s a stone-cold fact. Legalise it, regulate it, and tax it. It’s that simple.
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Polluters and commercial water users have escaped the true costs of their businesses for years. Not under TOP, they won’t.
Small businesses are the real backbone of the New Zealand economy. Tax and other reforms will give them the support they deserve.
Our 20th century education system is failing to prepare the next generation for our 21st century challenges. It has to change.
We must leave the environment in much better shape than we found it. Major polluters must face the true cost of their business.
The TOP test for migrants: will you improve our standard of living? If the answer is yes, you’re welcome. If not, thanks but no thanks.
Nearly 700,000 people didn’t vote in 2017. We must restore public faith and participation in our democracy, or risk losing it.
New Zealand’s alcohol hang over is at least $6 billion. We need more courageous, intelligent regulation to lower the cost to society.
Prisons aren't the solution. If they were, we’d know by now. The true cost of our inequitable justice system is too damn high.
We must stop putting the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff - We are pleased to release TOP's Preventative Healthcare Policy
Gene Editing has the potential to save us from Kauri Dieback and 1080 drops. It also has the potential to save and improve human health.
Try being young in New Zealand without rich parents. We’ll invest in the next generation and get the richest ¼ of elderly to pay for it.