Unless we address the underlying issues that drove our housing to crisis point, it will continue to get worse. Find out how we can do this.
There is a growing chorus of those wanting to change the tax system, and close the loopholes that have lead to the housing crisis. Read about them here.
Find out how we can protect our native birds, and ensure how they can thrive on mainland New Zealand.
The two most similar parties in the New Zealand political sphere are, National and Labour. Read on to see why they should create a Grand Coalition and form the next Government.
Alcohol causes around $6 billion worth of harm in New Zealand each year. The laws surrounding alcohol are in need of an update, see how TOP will develop these.
Budget 2017 was a valiant attempt to play catch-up on a bunch of issues that we have refused to deal with for many years now. Read why it fell short.
The Government will take our money and offer it back to us in a lolly scramble, while the opposition will cry out that it is not enough. It's the same old same old, and it needs to change ..
The Opportunities Party is not anti-immigration, but instead believe it should be responsibly managed. Find out how our current levels are effecting our economy.
Negative gearing is the process of off-setting losses on housing against other income. In principle there is nothing wrong with negative gearing, however when it comes to the housing market this practice has some issues.
One of our top policy priorities at The Opportunities Party (TOP) is constitutional reform. Find out how TOP will reform our constitution.
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