All articles by Richard Prosser

Richard Prosser is a former NZ First politician, who served as a Member of Parliament from 2011 to 2017.

Where Britain Goes, Maybe NZ Should Follow?

by Richard Prosser

Whatever reservations one might have regarding the wisdom of holding an election on the day of a full moon, Britain has just done just that, and the result has been a stunning but completely predictable victory for Boris Johnson and the Conservatives.

Cops, Guns and Untruths

by Richard Prosser

Right now, in New Zealand, a quiet revolution is taking place. It isn’t technological, or a change to the education system, or a new and widespread understanding of an holistic approach to health and wellbeing. Rather, it involves the steady, systematic,…

Conservation

Hate and Poison The New Black

by Richard Prosser

Seven hundred-odd kilometres south of Papakura, as the crow flies, the Department of Conservation is waging war on introduced pests. Great stuff, many people might think, giving the matter a quick nod of approval before carrying on with their busy lives.