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National's Denise Lee

Denise Lee speaks with bFM each Friday about what's going on national-ly.

The National Party with Denise Lee: 17th of January, 2020

The National Party with Denise Lee: 17th of January, 2020 The National Party with Denise Lee: 17th of January, 2020, 22.34 MB
Fri 17 Jan 2020

The National Party's Denise Lee joins host, Laura Kvigstad. This week they chat about the concerns of the politicisation of the police and the recent debate that has sparked around the rising minimum wage. 

The National Party with Denise Lee: 20th of December, 2019

The National Party with Denise Lee: 20th of December, 2019 The National Party with Denise Lee: 20th of December, 2019, 25.25 MB
Fri 20 Dec 2019

For the last wire of the year, National MP, Denise Lee joins us to recap her year in National. She tells us about the highs and lows of the year and lets us know what she's looking forward to as we head into the election year, 2020. 

The National Party with Agnes Loheni: 13th of December, 2019

The National Party with Agnes Loheni: 13th of December, 2019 The National Party with Agnes Loheni: 13th of December, 2019, 33.65 MB
Fri 13 Dec 2019

The National Party’s, Agnes Loheni, joins Laura Kvigstad to discuss the terrorism suppression bill coming into law, governments' infrastructure spending potentially reviving former National Party road projects and National's Health Discussion Document, and why the National Party wants to ax DHB local elections.

The National Party with Chris Penk: 6th of December, 2019

The National Party with Chris Penk: 6th of December, 2019 The National Party with Chris Penk: 6th of December, 2019, 39.3 MB
Fri 6 Dec 2019

This week the National Party’s, Chris Penk, joins host, Laura Kvigstad to keep us up to date on all the national news. This week they discuss the National Party's concerns around governments' infrastructure spendings. Then, they chat about the foreign donations bill and the draft bill for the cannabis referendum. Penk points to where the flaws are in both of these bills in his eyes. 

The National Party with Denise Lee: 29th of November, 2019

The National Party with Denise Lee: 29th of November, 2019 The National Party with Denise Lee: 29th of November, 2019, 37.68 MB
Fri 29 Nov 2019

On today's weekly chat with the National Party's Denise Lee, she joins Laura Kvigstad to discuss the National Party advocating for an elite police force to target gangs. After that, they chat about Andrew Little's announcement to restore voting rights to former convicts who served three years or less in prison. Finally, they chat about the National's latest Palmerston North MP candidate, a 17-year-old youth MP, William Woods. If elected woods would be the youngest MP by three years. 

The National Party with Denise Lee: 22nd of November, 2019

The National Party with Denise Lee: 22nd of November, 2019 The National Party with Denise Lee: 22nd of November, 2019, 33.32 MB
Fri 22 Nov 2019

The National Party’s, Denise Lee, joins Laura Kvistad for their weekly chat. They talk about the decision to scrap the ban on parliamentary tv footage for political advertising, the conflict of interest in the provincial growth fund and the recent meeting Denise has had in Mount Wellington after a survey from the public where some are saying the area is not receiving enough attention in regards to crime and safety. 

 

The National Party's Denise Lee: November 15, 2019

The National Party's Denise Lee: November 15, 2019 The National Party's Denise Lee: November 15, 2019, 27.36 MB
Fri 15 Nov 2019

We spoke to Denise Lee of the National Party about… The Education Discussion Paper, Next year’s referendum, and the Ōwairaka tree removals.

The National Party's Denise Lee: November 1st, 2019

The National Party's Denise Lee: November 1st, 2019 The National Party's Denise Lee: November 1st, 2019, 26.33 MB
Fri 1 Nov 2019

The National Party's Denise Lee joins us to discuss the National Party's new social services policies, Armed Police Patrols and government plans to stregthen our millitary ties to the Pacific.

The National Party with Denise Lee: 25th of October, 2019

The National Party with Denise Lee: 25th of October, 2019 The National Party with Denise Lee: 25th of October, 2019, 35.23 MB
Fri 25 Oct 2019

On this weeks regular chat with the National Party's Denise Lee she talks with host, Laura Kvigstad on the partnership visa that has been labeled as racist by the Indian community and why Lee believes Immigration New Zealand is being too rigid.

Then, Laura and Denise chat about how the government has made a step in the right direction by giving an interium period for the farming industry to not pay for carbon emissions in National's eyes but they touch on the concerns of National. 

Finally, they chat about the End of Life Choice Bill being voted to go to referendum. Denise tells us why she didn't support this choice saying it's the job of MP's to navigate intricate legislation.

The National Party with Denise Lee: 18th of October, 2019

The National Party with Denise Lee: 18th of October, 2019 The National Party with Denise Lee: 18th of October, 2019, 36.71 MB
Fri 18 Oct 2019

Denise Lee joins Laura Kvigstad for their weekly chat. This week they discuss the Terrorism Suppression Bill and the National Party's controversial amendments to the bill that were rejected quickly by government. After that, they touch on Simon Bridges questions being slashed by Speak of The House, Trevor Mallard. This follows the National Party's refusal to remove ads that have been deemed misleading to the public. The Labour Party has also been argued this has breached the 1993 Electoral Act's section 3A, as parties are not permitted to use parliamentary video for election advertisements. Laura and Denise finish up by discussing the recent case of a repeat drunk driving offender being granted residency. The National Party expressed concerns around the decision however it was National MP Michael Woodhouse who granted the individual protected person status back in 2012. Denise says a repeat offender shouldn't have been granted residency as the individual poses a threat to the public's safety.