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Anzac Day 2020: Apart but together as one

Anzac Day 2020: Apart but together as one   For the first time since Anzac Day services began in 1916 we are not able to gather together as a country...


An important message from North Shore MP Maggie Barry here to help you during the Covid-19 Lockdown

As a country we are now in a level four lockdown that is likely to last at least four weeks. These are extraordinary and challenging times, and it’s important we all...


Land of lost opportunities

In just two years, New Zealand has become a land of lost opportunities as Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Government has failed to deliver on its promises and instead piled on taxes,...


It’s the putting right that counts

Since this Labour led government took office in 2017, there have been 24,386 reports of anti-social behaviour by state or emergency housing tenants. When the Minister for public housing Kris Faafoi...


Maggie's Messenger: Years in review

Read the latest issue of Maggie's Messenger: years in review, reflections and highlights of 2011 - 2017


Maggie Barry to retire from politics in 2020

North Shore MP Maggie Barry has today announced she will not be seeking re-election and will be retiring from Parliament in 2020.   Ms Barry...


No protections for the vulnerable in Euthanasia Bill

I make no apology for standing firm on behalf of the vulnerable for what I believe is right, although I have copped a lot of politically motivated flack for speaking...


National's taking care of business

As those of us who live on Auckland’s North Shore know very well, building a strong economy is a team effort. Along with good Government policies, a robust economy is...


You Just Can’t Trust Labour with Tax

It’s a real stretch to believe this Labour Government’s claims of being kind and caring Maggie Barry. when you look at all the extra costs they’ve imposed on us. When...


Community First

Advocating on behalf of those of us fortunate enough to call the North Shore home, is one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling aspects of my role as your local...