Watts Happening March 2022
Simon Watts March 21, 2022 Share
National has been hitting the ground running in 2022, and with a growing cost of living crisis and omicron surge, fresh new ideas have never been more critical. The team and I are working hard in Wellington for the North Shore to get this country back on track. National is now the largest party again, according to Roy Morgan and 1 News Kantar polling, and I'll be working hard every day to get National back in the Beehive in 2023.
Watts Happening December 2021
Simon Watts December 31, 2021 Share
National is back. We've turned the page on the last four years and are pushing forward under the leadership of Christopher Luxon with Nicola Willis as our deputy leader.
Watts Happening October 2021
Simon Watts October 29, 2021 Share
We're now almost three months into lockdown, and despite the desperate calls for details on a plan or a way out, Labour continues to keep us all in the dark and drag their heels.
Watts Happening September 2021
Simon Watts September 27, 2021 Share
It's coming up to almost 11 months for me now as the MP for North Shore. I'm proud to represent our local community and keep up the work on my three portfolios - Shadow Spokesperson for ACC, Shadow Associate Health and now Shadow Associate Revenue.
Watts Happening: August 2021
Simon Watts August 20, 2021 Share
New Zealand is back in Level 4, this latest case will hit close to home for many of us having originated from Devonport.
Watts Happening: July 2021
Simon Watts July 16, 2021 Share
It's been a big past month locally with Parliament in recess for winter break. I've been out and about listening to locals, visiting local businesses, and visiting our naval base!
Watts Happening: June 2021
Simon Watts June 21, 2021 Share
Labour is pushing ahead with their proposed hate speech laws which will only divide communities. The Prime Minister has misled the public.
Watts Happening: May 2021
Simon Watts May 28, 2021 Share
It's been a busy past month locally and in Parliament, first uncovering the crisis in our health workforce, then Labour underdelivered in their Budget. The Budget failed to deliver for Kiwis or live up to campaign promises. They cut funding to Police and pledged $486m alone to their health restructure.
Simon Watts February 15, 2021 Share
Auckland is a level 3 lockdown due to the re-emergence of Covid-19 in the community. I understand that the last day's events will be frustrating and upsetting, but I know that we can pull together as a community as we have during the previous two lockdowns.
Watts Happening Christmas 2020
Simon Watts December 17, 2020 Share