Welcome to my final e-newsletter for 2018. I hope you and your family all have a wonderful holiday season and a peaceful new year. If you have any queries about anything in this newsletter, please feel free to get in touch.
News from Wellington
National’s promise to you.
The cost of living is soaring with rising rents, petrol tax increases, and electricity costs going up. That's why National has committed to no new taxes in our first term, and cutting a series of this current Government’s taxes; and unlike the Government, we'll keep our promise.
National launches ‘Have your say’ campaign for Families
National believes strong families are the foundation of a good society and that New Zealand is a great place to raise children. We want all families to feel safe, be financially secure, and have access to world-class health and education services.
Under the Labour-led Government the economy is slowing, the cost of living is rising faster than wages, and people are keeping less of what they earn. But it doesn’t have to be like that.
Part of that is ensuring we know what matters to you and your families – including how we can make New Zealand families reach their full potential. We need to make sure New Zealand has the right policies in place going into the 2020s. Share your views at https://www.national.org.nz/haveyoursay
Listen, Discuss, Propose
National want to hear about what matters to you, and your ideas for New Zealand’s future.
We’re starting by listening. We know you care for New Zealand and its future, just like we do. We’ll use your input to develop discussion documents next year, and final plans and policies in preparation for Government in 2020.
So far we have conducted ‘Have your Say’ surveys for small businesses and rural communities, with more being released over the coming months– please do get involved.
Tell us what you think at national.org.nz/haveyoursay
News from the Electorate
Te Puke, you’re invited!
As we head into the holiday season, I would like to invite Te Puke residents to my Christmas Morning Tea happening in December. Please RSVP with my Te Puke electorate office at Tepuke.email@example.com by Friday 7th December.
We shall remember them.
On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month when the guns fall silent.... we shall remember them.
Thank you to all those who attend ceremonies across the electorate for Armistice Day.
MPs visit the Rotorua electorate
National’s Finance spokesperson Amy Adams, and Workplace Relations & Safety spokesperson Scott Simpson visited our electorate where they spoke to locals about the wider changes to our economy and workplaces brought in by this Labour Government.
Thank you for all those who attended, and thank you to Amy and Scott for visiting our great electorate.
Thank you Rotorua electorate
10 years ago I was first elected as the Member of Parliament for the Rotorua electorate. It remains a huge honour over these 10 years. Rotorua, Te Puke and the rural areas in between remain a very special part of New Zealand. Thank you to friends and family for all your support.
I welcome your thoughts and feedback on all matters so be sure to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.