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1. Groser's emotions should not define NZ's TPPA stance

03 August 2015 10:50am | Green Party

Tim Groser should not let his personal stake in the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) negotiations supersede the best interests of the New Zealand public, said the Green Party today... More >>

2. Groser disappointed TPP deal not reached

01 August 2015 5:03pm | New Zealand Government

Trade Minister Tim Groser is disappointed that the TPP negotiations were unable to reach a conclusion today, but TPP ministers collectively pledged to meet again as soon as possible to finalise the deal... More >>

3. PM announces honorary military appointments

03 August 2015 2:40pm | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister John Key has announced that Her Majesty The Queen has approved the appointment of HRH The Prince of Wales to three honorary positions in the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF): Admiral of the Fleet of the Royal New Zealand Navy Field Marshal, ..... More >>

4. The New Kiwi Deal

02 August 2015 6:53pm | New Zealand First Party

This is Maori Language Week and there is a Maori proverb that should be at the front of every politician's mind. .. More >>

5. Cook Islands Language Week celebrated

03 August 2015 9:11am | New Zealand Government

The theme is "to tatou reo tupuna e korona ia no to tatou matakeinanga" - our language is a crowning glory of our community. The theme of the language week, which began yesterday, reflects the contribution the Cook Islands language and culture ..... More >>

6. Smelter decision creates opportunity for new economic plan

03 August 2015 10:36am | Green Party

The Green Party is calling on the Government to show leadership and work with the Southland community to develop an economic plan for a post-Tiwai Point aluminium smelter world. "It's a relief for Southlanders that the smelter will stay open ..... More >>

7. Six NZ finalists in global tech awards

03 August 2015 1:29pm | New Zealand Government

Communications Minister Amy Adams has acknowledged six New Zealand companies which have been selected as finalists in this year's World Summit Awards for creativity and innovation in ICT... More >>

8. More housing support for vulnerable youth

02 August 2015 10:37am | New Zealand National Party

Vulnerable young people needing a supportive and stable living environment will benefit from a new accommodation service, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says. .. More >>

9. Can the TPPA Be Rebooted?

03 August 2015 2:55pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First believes the only way to save the Trans-Pacific Partnership is to go back to the small group of countries who came up with the original concept and base an agreement on trade without various non-trade projects and agendas getting ..... More >>

10. Collins Comments - August 3

03 August 2015 8:56am | Judith Collins

Papakura has a tremendous community spirit with many of our community volunteers being senior New Zealanders. We are fortunate to have that commitment by so many. .. More >>

11. Easier, faster way to upgrade RealMe accounts

29 May 2015 10:15am | New Zealand Government

Minister of Internal Affairs Peter Dunne says thousands of New Zealand online passport renewal applicants now have an easy, fast way to get a RealMe verified identity and access a range of online services... More >>

12. Government can support Māori Language Month

03 August 2015 2:05pm | Green Party

Government can support Māori Language Month The Green Party is challenging the Government to back a Te Reo Māori language month. "Te Reo is a living language, cherished by many New Zealanders Pākehā and Māori alike. Supporting a month of ..... More >>

13. Report shows Govt is letting down the most vulnerable Kiwis

03 August 2015 3:03pm | Green Party

The Salvation Army's Hard Times report into homelessness in West Auckland shows an urgent need for more emergency accommodation in the area, as well as increased financial assistance from Government for our most vulnerable people, the Green Party ..... More >>

14. Appointments to Transport Accident Investigation Commission

03 August 2015 5:31pm | New Zealand Government

Minister of Transport 3 August 2015 Media Statement Appointments to the Transport Accident Investigation Commission .. More >>

15. TPPA a botch-up from the start

02 August 2015 11:03am | New Zealand First Party

The TPPA was a botch-up from the start, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters. .. More >>

16. More housing support for vulnerable youth

03 August 2015 9:46am | New Zealand Government

Vulnerable young people needing a supportive and stable living environment will benefit from a new accommodation service, Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says. .. More >>

17. Stalled TPP chance for wider discussion

01 August 2015 5:43pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Failure to get the TPP agreement across the line gives New Zealanders an opportunity to put more pressure on the Government not to sign away our sovereignty, Opposition leader Andrew Little says... More >>

18. The climate, the Council, and the People of the Canoe

01 August 2015 5:31pm | Green Party

It is not hyping it to say that the 7,499th meeting of the UN Security Council was unique. .. More >>

19. Time for the Govt to come clean on flailing TPP

01 August 2015 5:10pm | Green Party

The Government should come clean about what concessions it has already made and what issues have been left on the TPP negotiating table, the Green Party said today. .. More >>

20. Daughter for the Return Home

03 August 2015 2:10pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Christchurch East MP Poto Williams who hails from the Cook Islands, will be returning this week as part of the Cook's celebrations on becoming self-governing 50 years ago. Her family background is connected to the northern Cooks, the islands of Manihiki, ..... More >>

21. Tiwai Point welcomed but strategy needed

03 August 2015 10:52am | New Zealand Labour Party

The news that Tiwai Point Aluminium smelter will remain open is good news for the 800 workers at the plant and the people of Southland, but points to a need for a comprehensive regional development strategy, Opposition leader Andrew Little says. ..... More >>

22. ACT welcomes NZ First to Superannuation debate

03 August 2015 2:03pm | ACT New Zealand

ACT Leader David Seymour is delighted to read of MP Denis O'Rourke's concern over 'the demographic realities of an increasingly ageing and mobile New Zealand population'... More >>

23. Hon Paula Bennett: Speech to LGNZ Annual Conference

21 July 2015 11:22am | New Zealand Government

Good morning everyone. It is my pleasure to be here with you in Rotorua. .. More >>

24. Time for the Government to Wake Up Over Rail

31 July 2015 1:13pm | New Zealand First Party

The government needs to recognise the importance of our state-owned rail and give KiwiRail the support it deserves, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

25. Winston Churchill Fellows honoured

31 July 2015 2:34pm | New Zealand Government

Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Jo Goodhew is congratulating the fifteen New Zealanders who were honoured today at an awards ceremony for Fellows of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust... More >>

26. NZ deeply concerned at Israeli settlements announcement

31 July 2015 1:11pm | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully says New Zealand is deeply concerned at the announcement by Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the immediate construction of 300 housing units in the settlement of Beit El and the additional approval of around ..... More >>

27. New premises for Auckland addiction service

31 July 2015 12:34pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has today opened the new premises for Auckland's Odyssey House alcohol and drug treatment service. "Addiction issues affect not only the individual but also their family and friends. Providing quality and timely ..... More >>

28. Forestry death guilty plea proves case for reform

03 August 2015 3:53pm | New Zealand Labour Party

A logging company's guilty plea over the death of one of their workers proves the need to strengthen health and safety laws, Labour's spokesperson for Labour Issues Iain Lees-Galloway says. Charles Finlay was killed in July 2013 when he was hit by ..... More >>

29. Appointments to the New Zealand Film Commission

31 July 2015 3:20pm | New Zealand Government

Dame Patsy Reddy has been reappointed as Chair of the New Zealand Film Commission, Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry announced today. Charles Finny has also been reappointed as a member of the Commission. Both of Wellington, Dame Patsy ..... More >>

30. Management/Worker Takeover Only Sensible Solution for Tiwai

03 August 2015 1:21pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First believes a management/worker takeover of the Bluff aluminium smelter at Tiwai is the only sensible and long term solution. .. More >>

31. The Māori Party stands firmly opposed to the TPPA

30 July 2015 11:08am | The Maori Party

The Māori Party stands firmly opposed to the TPPA Mounting concerns about the impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement on tangata whenua are shared by the Māori Party Co-leaders Marama Fox and Te Ururoa Flavell, as final negotiations continue ..... More >>

32. New Metroport Christchurch brings healthy competition

31 July 2015 2:09pm | New Zealand Government

The opening of the new Metroport Christchurch will drive competition and innovation between ports in Canterbury, Transport Minister Simon Bridges says. .. More >>

33. Real cost of Pharmac betrayal revealed

29 July 2015 2:25pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Hundreds of millions of dollars will be added to the taxpayer tab with John Key's sell out of New Zealand's drug buying agency, as indicated by the savings of just one drug purchased by Pharmac, Opposition leader Andrew Little says. "John Key ..... More >>

34. Guy: Horticulture New Zealand Conference Award Dinner

30 July 2015 5:10pm | New Zealand Government

Good evening. Thank you Julian Raine, Horticulture New Zealand President, for that introduction. It is a pleasure to join you this evening in recognising excellence and future leaders of the horticulture industry... More >>

35. World Cup audiences shouldn't be stuck at home

31 July 2015 11:16am | ACT New Zealand

ACT Leader David Seymour intends to introduce a Bill to let people watch the 2015 Rugby World Cup in bars and function rooms. .. More >>

36. Positive response to Draft Restoration Plan

03 August 2015 12:39pm | New Zealand Government

Associate Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Nicky Wagner has welcomed the overwhelmingly positive response to the draft restoration plan for Victoria Square. .. More >>

37. Bill advocates consultative debate on new flag

05 August 2010 11:51am | New Zealand Labour Party

Labour MP Charles Chauvel's New Zealand Flag Bill, in the ballot for Member's Bills today, advocates a wide-ranging, consultative debate on a new flag for New Zealand... More >>

38. NZ at Risk of Losing 30 Per Cent of Meat Sector Ownership

30 July 2015 11:19am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand at Risk of Losing 30 Per Cent of Red Meat Sector to Foreign Ownership .. More >>

39. $846,000 for more nurse practitioner trainee

30 July 2015 3:17pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says the Government is committing $846,000 to support an additional 20 nurse practitioner trainees in 2016. .. More >>

40. Tolley Talk

03 August 2015 1:18pm | Anne Tolley

It was a pleasure to host the Deputy Prime Minister Bill English in the electorate earlier this month. .. More >>

41. Time to listen to workplace victims' families

30 July 2015 11:01am | New Zealand Labour Party

Labour has listened to the families of whose loved ones have been killed at work and calls on other political parties to back its proposals to make workplaces safer and prevent unnecessary deaths on the job. "John Key promised the families of the ..... More >>

42. PM to attend Singapore's 50th Anniversary of Independence

03 August 2015 4:02pm | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister John Key will attend Singapore's National Day celebrations on 9 August, this year marking 50 years of Singaporean independence. He will also participate in events marking the 50th anniversary of New Zealand's diplomatic relations with ..... More >>

43. Reserve Bank's failings hurting businesses and households

29 July 2015 9:52am | Green Party

New information released by the Green Party today shows that the Reserve Bank has failed to forecast inflation accurately over the last four years meaning interest rates have been kept higher than necessary, hurting businesses and households... More >>

44. Building activity moving from Christchurch to Auckland

30 July 2015 12:24pm | New Zealand Government

The latest building consent data from Statistics New Zealand for the month of June and the latest quarter shows ongoing growth in residential building and a shift in new activity from Canterbury to Auckland, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith ..... More >>

45. No Excuses, Bring Unsigned TPPA Home for Scrutiny

30 July 2015 2:07pm | New Zealand First Party

No Excuses, Bring Unsigned TPPA Home for Scrutiny as Malaysia Will Malaysia will not finalise and sign the TPPA without thorough scrutiny by its Parliament - but the National Government is denying New Zealanders this opportunity, says New Zealand ..... More >>

46. Site purchased for Pt Chevalier Kindergarten

31 July 2015 12:02pm | New Zealand Government

Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye today announced the site of a new Community Education Hub in Pt Chevalier, Auckland, which will incorporate the relocated Pt Chevalier Kindergarten... More >>

47. Mana Wahine: Mana Whanau

29 April 2005 11:17am | The Maori Party

Mana Wahine: Mana Whanau:Celebrating our Ordinariness. Address to Mana Wahine Dinner, Tatum Park, Manakau, 29 April 2005. Tariana Turia, Co-leader, Maori Party.. More >>

48. National's growing list of broken promises

17 November 2011 9:44am | New Zealand Labour Party

Asset sales, the ever-widening wage gap with Australia, and the Kiwi exodus across the Tasman, feature on a list of National's Top 10 Broken Promises, being released by Labour today. .. More >>

49. Acting District Court Judges appointed

07 July 2015 4:46pm | New Zealand Government

Ten acting District Court Judges have been appointed, Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson announced today. Warren Cathcart, barrister and solicitor of Auckland, has been appointed as an acting District Court Judge with a jury warrant to serve ..... More >>

50. The New Zealand Queen's Birthday Honours 2001

05 June 2001 11:18am | New Zealand Government

The Queen has been pleased, on the occasion of the New Zealand celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday, to approve the following appointments to The New Zealand Order of Merit:.. More >>

51. Tariana Turia: Culture, health and safety

08 March 2004 3:11pm | New Zealand Government

As is customary when tangata whenua get together, our thoughts return to our tupuna, those who established the spiritual and cultural frameworks of our world, and who mapped out our peoples' course through life... More >>

52. Waikato te awa - he piko he taniwha

17 December 2007 9:31am | New Zealand Government

Kua oti i a Waikato-Tainui me te Karauna tētahi tohu whai tikanga whakahirahira e ahu ana ki te whakataunga o te kerēme a taua iwi mō te awa o Waikato. .. More >>

53. Fact Sheet 3 - Changes to Working for Families

21 May 2015 3:53pm | New Zealand Government

o Low- to middle-income working families not on a benefit will get up to $12.50 a week more from Working for Families, depending on their income. .. More >>

54. New Chairs for three Crown Research Institutes

29 June 2015 2:10pm | New Zealand Government

Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce today announced a number of appointments and reappointments to the boards of the seven Crown Research Institutes (CRIs), which carry out scientific research for the benefit of New Zealand. Three of the CRIs will ..... More >>

55. Speech: Key - National Party Conference

26 July 2015 1:13pm | New Zealand National Party

Sky Centre Convention Centre, Auckland Embargoed until the Prime Minister starts speaking Ladies and Gentlemen, isn't it great to be in the National Party? This is my ninth annual conference as Leader and it's as much a privilege today as it ..... More >>

56. New classrooms confirmed to meet Auckland growth

27 July 2015 8:56am | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Hekia Parata and Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye today confirmed that more than 230 new classrooms are on-track to be delivered over the next 18 months to help meet increasing rolls in Auckland... More >>

57. Questions and Answers - July 28

28 July 2015 6:22pm | Office of the Clerk

1. ANDREW LITTLE (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister : Does he stand by his statement that "I don't want to ban foreigners from buying residential property"? .. More >>

58. Brutal health cuts confirmed, crucial services suffer

29 July 2015 7:58am | New Zealand Labour Party

Chronic underfunding by National has seen the health budget slashed by $1.7 billion since 2010, Labour's Health spokesperson Annette King says. .. More >>

59. Poroporoaki for Anzac Pikia

29 July 2015 9:53am | The Maori Party

The Māori Party is deeply saddened at the loss of Anzac Pikia, a beautiful young man who strengthened the voice of Māori broadcasting through two decades as a reporter, producer, journalist and presenter on Te Karere and Te Kāea. "The Anzac legacy ..... More >>

60. Parliamentarians in Wellington for Human Rights conference

29 July 2015 11:49am | Office of the Speaker

The New Zealand Parliament is hosting a regional seminar for Australian and Pacific Members of Parliament focused on strengthening the role of parliamentarians in the promotion and protection of human rights. The regional seminar is being hosted in ..... More >>

61. Launch of new family violence work programme

29 July 2015 1:54pm | New Zealand Government

Justice Minister Amy Adams and Social Development Minister Anne Tolley have today launched a new work programme to ensure government agencies respond better to family and sexual violence. .. More >>

62. Report forecasts 'unprecedented' construction activity

29 July 2015 5:12pm | New Zealand Government

The total value of building and construction activity in New Zealand is forecast to top $200 billion over the next six years and peak at an all-time high of approximately $37 billion in 2016 according to the latest National Construction Pipeline Report ..... More >>

63. Urgent action needed on family and sexual violence

30 July 2015 9:08am | Green Party

The Government's stocktake of family and sexual violence spending must now be followed up by a commitment to spending the money needed to prevent the violence in the first place the Green Party said. "I'm relieved that the Government are ..... More >>

64. Aranui education vision takes shape

31 July 2015 10:36am | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Hekia Parata today planted a mānuka tree at the Aranui Community School site to mark the official start of construction. The Year 1-13 co-educational school is located at the current Aranui High School site on Shortland Street in Christchurch. ..... More >>

65. More than 1.2m flu vaccine doses distributed

31 July 2015 2:32pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says the Government has reached its target of immunising 1.2 million New Zealanders with the influenza vaccine this year. .. More >>

66. Joyce to visit the Philippines and Viet Nam

31 July 2015 3:19pm | New Zealand Government

Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce departs for the Philippines and Viet Nam on Sunday to commemorate the 40th anniversary of New Zealand's relationship with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). "The ASEAN region is our ..... More >>

67. Māori Party calling for te reo Māori on New Zealand coins

01 August 2015 11:50am | The Maori Party

The Māori Party is calling for any new distribution of New Zealand coins to have both Māori and English on them. .. More >>

68. District Court Judges appointed

06 April 2005 1:09pm | New Zealand Government

The appointment of John McDonald of Rotorua and Tony Zohrab of Wellington as District Court Judges was announced today by Attorney General Michael Cullen... More >>

69. Rongonui outrage enough reason to end parole

20 June 2005 4:48pm | ACT New Zealand

Justified outrage at the prospect of parole for Janine Rongonui, barely six years after she stabbed an innocent mother of three to death, is enough reason to end all parole after the election, ACT Justice spokesman Stephen Franks said today... More >>

70. Celebrate the start of 20 Hours Free ECE

02 July 2007 9:37am | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that the take-up rate of the Labour-led Government's 20 hours free Early Childhood Education policy is a vote of confidence in the initiative... More >>

71. Succession (Homicide) Bill passed by Parliament

10 October 2007 11:45am | New Zealand Government

Associate Justice Minister, Clayton Cosgrove has welcomed the passage of the Succession (Homicide) Bill by Parliament last night... More >>

72. Nelson-Marlborough scallop season opens July 15

14 July 2008 1:29pm | New Zealand Government

The open season for recreational fishers to gather scallops in the Marlborough Sounds and Tasman and Golden Bays starts for the year on Tuesday 15 July... More >>

73. Speech: Sharples - Indigenous Peoples' Water Forum

27 July 2009 12:22pm | New Zealand Government

Water is the life giver of all things. That whakataukī describes a simple but very important truth. All life on and within Papatuanuku depends on water. To us, as tangata whenua, water is the very lifeblood of Papatuanuku; indeed it is the essence of life. ..... More >>

74. Minister opens Tamatea Police Station

07 May 2010 10:52am | New Zealand Government

Tamatea's Community Constable now has a permanent base following the opening of the new Tamatea Community Police Station by Police Minister Judith Collins today. .. More >>

75. New Zealand to open Embassy in Iraq

28 May 2015 11:19am | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has announced New Zealand will be opening an Embassy in Baghdad, which will be headed by career diplomat James Munro. "As signalled when the decision to deploy to Iraq was announced, the Government has now finalised ..... More >>

76. Livestock Threatened, Farmers Face Unfair Competition

01 July 2015 7:27pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand farm livestock could be under threat from contaminated grain, but the government refuses to act. .. More >>

77. Low volume vehicle review welcomed

09 July 2015 11:53am | New Zealand Police

Associate Transport Minister Craig Foss is welcoming a review of the certification process for vehicles built from scratch or modified for a specialised purpose. .. More >>

78. Trade And Climate Change - Tim Groser

17 July 2015 9:17am | New Zealand Government

Address to the Institute of International and European Affairs Leadership Forum on Climate-Smart Agriculture, 16 July 2015 .. More >>

79. Trades funding cut short-sighted

19 July 2015 11:26am | New Zealand Labour Party

Short-sighted funding cuts could lead to fewer school students being enrolled in trades academies, Labour's Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says. .. More >>

80. Questions and Answers - July 21

21 July 2015 7:04pm | Office of the Clerk

1. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS (Leader-NZ First) to the Prime Minister : Does he stand by all his statements? .. More >>

81. New world-class framework for UAVs

23 July 2015 10:17am | New Zealand Government

New rules on the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) will enable innovation and put New Zealand at the forefront of regulating a rapidly evolving industry, Transport Minister Simon Bridges and Associate Transport Minister Craig Foss say... More >>

82. Judge Armstrong appointed to Māori Land Court

24 July 2015 9:53am | New Zealand Government

Judge Armstrong appointed to Māori Land Court The Māori Development Minister, Hon Te Ururoa Flavell, has announced the appointment of Judge Miharo Armstrong of Te Whānau-ā-Apanui to the Māori Land Court. Judge Armstrong was temporarily appointed ..... More >>

83. Minister welcomes Health and Safety Reform Bill report

24 July 2015 1:29pm | New Zealand Government

Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse has welcomed today's Select Committee report on the Health and Safety Reform Bill. .. More >>

84. Diver Killed by Shark Highlights Stewart Island Fears

25 July 2015 8:08pm | New Zealand First Party

A recreational scallop diver killed today by a Great White Shark in Tasmania highlights the risk commercial divers face in Stewart Island and the callous disregard shown by Conservation Minister Maggie Barry, to Stewart Islanders who want cage diving ..... More >>

85. Agency sought to help reduce cyberbullying

27 July 2015 10:40am | New Zealand Government

The search is underway for an Approved Agency where victims of cyberbullying can turn to for help, Justice Minister Amy Adams announced today. .. More >>

86. 90,000 cars reclassified in botched ACC ratings

29 July 2015 10:02am | New Zealand Labour Party

New figures obtained by Labour show the ACC Minister's botched motor vehicle levy system has resulted in 90,000 vehicles having to be reclassified so far - at a cost of $6 million, Labour's ACC spokesperson Sue Moroney says... More >>

87. NZVIF board appointment announced

30 July 2015 10:38am | New Zealand Government

NZVIF board appointment announced Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce today announced the appointment of David Flacks to the board of the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund Ltd (NZVIF). "NZVIF plays an important role in developing the start-up ..... More >>

88. Appointment of Auckland Coroner

30 July 2015 4:02pm | New Zealand Government

Auckland barrister Debra Bell has been appointed a coroner, Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson QC announced today. Ms Bell fills the vacancy created when Judge Deborah Marshall was appointed Chief Coroner earlier this year. She joins four other coroners ..... More >>

89. NZ statement to SIDS Open Debate

31 July 2015 7:48am | New Zealand Government

Open Debate: Peace and security challenges facing Small Island Developing States, delivered by Murray McCully, Minister of Foreign Affairs, July 30, 2015 (New York time). .. More >>

90. Students encouraged to remember Passchendaele

31 July 2015 10:00am | New Zealand Government

Veterans' Affairs Minister Craig Foss says a multi-media competition for year 13 students will help ensure the bravery and sacrifice of New Zealand troops during the Battle of Passchendaele is not forgotten. "The Battle of Passchendaele was ..... More >>

91. Report reveals Manawatū-Whanganui opportunities

31 July 2015 10:06am | New Zealand Government

The Manawatū-Whanganui region has strong growth potential and could become a much more prosperous region if new investment can be attracted into a number of significant opportunities, a new report on the region has found. Economic Development Minister ..... More >>

92. Wellington case another sign the Govt must do more

31 July 2015 10:18am | Green Party

Wellington case another sign the Govt must do more to fix the state of our housing stock This morning's story about Lamar Aspinall contracting rheumatic fever from living in a cold, mouldy rental home is yet another reminder of why we urgently need ..... More >>

93. MP welcomes Manawatu-Whanganui Growth Study

31 July 2015 10:57am | New Zealand National Party

National List MP based in Palmerston North Jono Naylor welcomes the release of the Manawatu-Whanganui Growth Study Opportunities Report. .. More >>

94. Bennett's legacy a test for Tolley

31 July 2015 11:13am | New Zealand Labour Party

Former Social Development Minister Paula Bennett has been thrown under the bus by her successor after its been suggested that Ms Bennet gave the green light to an 'unethical' observational study of high-risk children, Labour Children's spokesperson ..... More >>

95. Will poor TPP dairy outcome stop National selling our homes?

31 July 2015 2:03pm | New Zealand Labour Party

After failing to protect the right to stop foreign speculators buying our houses it's clear the Government is not going to get wins on dairy in their TPP negotiations either, Labour's Trade and Export spokesperson David Parker says. "Labour has ..... More >>

96. Social Security Amendment Bill

31 July 2015 3:23pm | New Zealand Government

On 23 July 2015, the House of Representatives referred the Social Security (Extension of Young Persons Services and Remedial Matters) Amendment Bill to the Social Services Select Committee for consideration and report to the House by 23 January 2016... More >>

97. Hasler Speech To Open ABI Rehabilitation Centre

06 July 1999 1:41pm | New Zealand Government

As Associate Minister for ACC, it gives me great pleasure to be here today at the opening of this Cavit Rehabilitation Centre in Lower Hutt... More >>

98. Minister names Expert Advisory Committee on Drugs

19 April 2001 2:42pm | New Zealand Government

HEALTH Minister Annette King today named ten members of the new Expert Advisory Committee on Drugs that will streamline the process of classifying drugs... More >>

99. Opening of Te Whai Oranga O Te Iwi Health Centre

26 November 2001 9:41am | New Zealand Government

Greetings to Trevor Mallard, Winnie Laban, Tina Olsen-Ratana, from Kokiri Marae, Suafole Gush, the Manager of Hutt Union Health, Peter Glensor, the National Co-ordinator of Healthcare Aotearoa and other dignitaries... More >>

100. Candidates' Bios, Alphabetically By Constituencies

14 June 2002 5:03pm | New Zealand National Party

Aoraki Wayne Marriott - Constituency and List Candidate Wayne Marriott, 37, is a mediator for conflict resolution and negotiations, for the Ministry of Housing in Mid and South Canterbury, and North Otago. He has qualifications from several tertiary ..... More >>

 

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