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Goldsmith Update - Getting New Zealand back on track

October 15, 2020 Share

Earlier this week I went to a cottage meeting in Remuera – fifteen or so people. Before I poured my soul into a final pitch, I asked who had already voted. Everyone had; except two.

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Who’s for the workers now?

October 01, 2020 Share

Someone asked me earlier in the campaign, where did you grow up and what influence has it had on your politics?

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Goldsmith Update - Restoring New Zealand's Prosperity

September 19, 2020 Share

The lives and livelihoods of many New Zealanders have been upended by the pandemic and many businesses, large and small, have been pushed to the brink by events out of their control. Families are suffering as a result. Our economy has shrunk and our public debt has ballooned.

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Strong team, More jobs, Better economy

September 01, 2020 Share

Election season brings the return of billboards, waving signs along Shore Road and other vantage points, cottage meetings, debates and plenty of media coverage.

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The 30kph economy

August 01, 2020 Share

The Epsom News isn’t a publication to rival The Hobson.   It’s just a pamphlet we deliver around the electorate twice a year, with a questionnaire attached.   Since the latest edition was delayed by the lock down, I missed the pleasure of a few feijoas from my favourite trees on my route this time.

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Capital Markets report: Paul Goldsmith - National's less-taxing future

July 31, 2020 Share

The year 2020 will surely prove to be one of the most dramatic and volatile years in recent history — in health, in the economy and in politics.

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Speech to INFINZ, Getting New Zealand Back on Track

July 16, 2020 Share

The year 2020 will surely prove to be one of the most dramatic and volatile years in recent history – in health, in the economy and in politics.

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Ngāti Epsom

June 05, 2020 Share

My great great grandfather Charles George Goldsmith received a bit of attention in the press recently.  As I said in my maiden speech in Parliament, ‘He was a typical big-hearted pioneer, and a trader, and over the 50 years or so he lived in New Zealand he had four wives—two Ngāti Porou and two Pākehā—and 16 children. That is the sort of spirit that built this nation’. 

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Goldsmith Update: Todd Muller special edition

May 25, 2020 Share

Friday’s leadership change, difficult though it was, has given the National Party the opportunity to reclaim the agenda four months out from the General Election.

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Rebuilding

May 15, 2020 Share

What a relief that The Hobson has survived the Covid19 crisis; a little piece of localism nipping through to elude the giant hammer blows of a global pandemic.

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