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1. New Zealand First Spokespersons Roles

24 October 2014 3:52pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First Spokespersons 24 OCTOBER 2014 New Zealand First Members of Parliament Spokespersons roles .. More >>

2. Rotorua shift for Maori TV a bizarre move

25 October 2014 1:05pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The bizarre idea to move Maori TV to Rotorua is either poor planning or possible political interference that adds to the perception of a service in crisis, says Labour MP for Tamaki Makaurau Peeni Henare... More >>

3. Govt strains to get tea break law through

24 October 2014 9:56am | New Zealand Labour Party

The Government has been left with egg on its face - failing to get its much-vaunted, but hugely unpopular, meal break law passed in the first week of its new term, Labour spokesperson on Labour Issues Andrew Little says... More >>

4. NZ Becomes Soft Touch for So-Called Business Immigrants

24 October 2014 12:38pm | New Zealand First Party

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse needs to explain why New Zealand has allowed the country to become a soft touch for so-call business immigrants, given the sharp rise in investor approvals... More >>

5. Tea breaks gone by lunch time

22 October 2014 1:02pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Labour is calling for an eleventh hour reprieve to employment law changes which could see thousands of Kiwi workers not covered by collective agreements lose their smoko breaks, its spokesperson on Labour Issues Andrew Little says... More >>

6. Come Clean on Agenda for TVNZ

24 October 2014 4:19pm | New Zealand First Party

Prime Minister John Key must state today whether the government is prettying up Television New Zealand for sale now or in the future, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

7. Maiden Speech to Parliament - David Seymour

21 October 2014 6:58pm | ACT New Zealand

I rise on behalf of the ACT Party in reply to His Excellency's speech. .. More >>

8. Questions and Answers - October 23

23 October 2014 5:51pm | Office of the Clerk

Economic Programme-Policies 1. JAMI-LEE ROSS (National-Botany) to the Minister of Finance : What measures is the Government taking to help the New Zealand economy become more productive and competitive? .. More >>

9. Minister to attend TPP Ministers' Meeting

24 October 2014 4:18pm | New Zealand Government

Trade Minister Tim Groser will depart today for Sydney to join Ministers from countries participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) for the next round of negotiations. .. More >>

10. Wairarapa's needs assessments a one stop shop

24 October 2014 12:50pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has today seen first-hand Wairarapa DHB's innovative approach to streamlining the region's needs assessments. "We want New Zealanders to live healthier lives away from hospitals," says Dr Coleman... More >>

11. New coroners appointed

06 June 2007 4:35pm | New Zealand Government

Thirteen new coroners have been appointed under the new Coroners Act 2006, Attorney-General Michael Cullen announced today. The new coroners join Chief Coroner Judge Neil MacLean appointed in December last year... More >>

12. Kapa haka as a tool of social transformation

04 October 2010 2:21pm | New Zealand Government

It is an honour to be with you for this symposium and congratulations to Te Ipukarea - the National Maori Language Institute for organising the hui and drawing together such a knowledgeable line-up of speakers... More >>

13. Red zone offer extended to rest homes

27 January 2012 2:32pm | New Zealand Government

Red zone offer extended to rest homes Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has today announced the extension of the Government's buy-out offer to residents of rest homes and retirement villages in Christchurch's residential red ..... More >>

14. Chris Bishop - maiden speech

21 October 2014 3:23pm | New Zealand National Party

Chris Bishop - maiden speech I move, that a respectful address be presented to His Excellency the Governor-General in reply to His Excellency's speech. .. More >>

15. Metiria Turei to lead fight on feeding hungry children

22 October 2014 11:15am | Green Party

Green Party Co-leader Metiria Turei is urging all political parties to support the Feed the Kids Bill which she inherited today from Mana leader Hone Harawira. Mrs Turei, who leads the Green Party's work on child poverty, will pick up Mr Harawira's ..... More >>

16. Questions and Answers - October 22

22 October 2014 5:41pm | Office of the Clerk

Child Poverty-Government Priorities and Policies 1. Hon ANNETTE KING (Acting Deputy Leader - Labour) to the Deputy Prime Minister : Will he make reducing child poverty a Better Public Service target given the statement in the Speech from the Throne ..... More >>

17. Dunne Speaks: Gough Whitlam and the NZ Labour Party

23 October 2014 9:21am | Peter Dunne

23 October 2014 Earlier this week we marked the passing of the former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam. The patrician, suavely elegant, physically imposing, polished orator, and silver haired Whitlam was very much a product of his time - ..... More >>

18. Power price rises more than double the inflation rate

23 October 2014 12:04pm | Green Party

Power prices have risen at more than double the inflation rate since National took office, showing National's hands-off approach to the electricity market is a failure, the Green Party said today... More >>

19. What next for TVNZ? Outsourcing the news?

23 October 2014 1:15pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Television New Zealand's decision to outsource Māori and Pacific programming is a real blow to the notion that our state broadcaster is a public broadcaster, says Labour... More >>

20. Agreement in Principle With Waikato-Tainui

17 December 2007 9:38am | New Zealand Government

For the settlement of the historical claims of Waikato-Tainui in relation to the Waikato River .. More >>

21. MRP share offer document registered and loyalty bonus scheme

05 April 2013 12:36pm | New Zealand Government

5 April 2013 Media Statement MRP share offer document registered and loyalty bonus scheme announced New Zealand retail investors in the Mighty River Power share offer will receive one loyalty bonus share for every 25 shares they hold for two years ..... More >>

22. EPA finds Shell Oil illegally drilled two wells

22 October 2014 6:50pm | Green Party

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded that Shell Todd Oil Services (STOS) broke the law by drilling two wells without a marine consent off the coast of Taranaki, the Green Party said today... More >>

23. Notice of Motion: The Loss of the soldier killed in Ottawa

24 October 2014 12:44pm | The Maori Party

I stand today on behalf of the Māori Party to express our heartfelt sympathies to the Canadian Parliament, the Canadian people, and most of all to the family and loved ones of the soldiers whose lives have been tragically stolen... More >>

24. Helen Clark confesses deceit over Peter Doone

09 September 2005 2:26pm | New Zealand National Party

National Party Law & Order spokesman Tony Ryall says at long last Helen Clark has nearly come clean on her deceit in the Peter Doone case... More >>

25. Bradford launches Bill to lower voting age to 16

21 June 2007 9:07am | Green Party

Green Party MP Sue Bradford has announced she will be putting forward a Bill - the Civics Education and Voting Age Bill - in the next Parliamentary private members ballot, to lower the voting age... More >>

26. Hakatere Conservation Park expands

30 April 2008 3:26pm | New Zealand Government

Hakatere Conservation Park will grow by 17,000 hectares with the addition of land from the Mt Potts and Redcliffe high country pastoral leases, Conservation Minister Steve Chadwick announced today... More >>

27. Scallop Season Opens

31 August 2010 1:49pm | New Zealand Government

Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Phil Heatley is calling on scallop fishers to follow the rules when the season opens in Auckland tomorrow. .. More >>

28. Fonterra must explain self-reporting inaccuracy

13 December 2011 11:22pm | Green Party

13 December 2011 Fonterra must explain self-reporting inaccuracy Fonterra needs to explain the vast discrepancy between claims made today about the success of the Clean Stream Accord and the findings of an independent review commissioned by the Ministry ..... More >>

29. New Zealand Apprenticeships to boost skills & support jobs

25 January 2013 1:12pm | New Zealand Government

The Government is to boost the number of people in apprenticeships by combining all apprenticeships into a single nationwide scheme and providing new financial incentives for employers and workers to take up more apprenticeships, Tertiary Education, Skills ..... More >>

30. Mighty River Power share offer opens

15 April 2013 9:45am | New Zealand Government

The Mighty River Power share offer opens for business tomorrow with New Zealanders having three weeks to apply to buy shares. .. More >>

31. Maori Party congratulate Dame Kahurangi Nganeko Minhinnick

05 September 2013 4:37pm | The Maori Party

The Māori Party congratulate Dame Kahurangi Nganeko Minhinnick who today was invested into the Order of New Zealand. She has an outstanding record of achievements and continues to lead her people of Ngāti Te Ata i Rehia into the future... More >>

32. Hon Steven Joyce: Speech to the Higher Education Summit

05 March 2014 10:35am | New Zealand Government

Good morning. It's great to be here. Today I'm going to outline and launch the new Tertiary Education Strategy for 2014-19. .. More >>

33. Cash for access deals run with help of PM's office

10 May 2014 2:34pm | Green Party

The Green Party can reveal details of an exclusive Wellington dinner where a select group paid about $3000 each to the National Party to dine with and lobby the Prime Minister in a cash for access deal involving the Prime Minister's own staff. The ..... More >>

34. New District Court Judge appointed to New Plymouth

19 May 2014 3:22pm | New Zealand Government

Wellington lawyer Chris Sygrove has been appointed as a District Court Judge with jury and Family Court warrants to serve in New Plymouth, Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson announced today. Mr Sygrove was a partner of McCulloch & Sygrove from ..... More >>

35. Fairness and certainty for bodies corporate

06 June 2014 10:24am | New Zealand Government

Fairness and certainty for bodies corporate Minister of Revenue Todd McClay has announced his intention to clarify through legislation that bodies corporate will not be required to register for GST and file returns, thereby aligning them with the rules for other ..... More >>

36. New Zealanders don't believe John Key about US spying

21 June 2014 2:14pm | Green Party

New Zealanders believe Edward Snowden ahead of John Key when it comes to the US spying on us, the Green Party said today. John Key has previously downplayed New Zealanders concerns that the US National Security Agency (NSA) has been involved ..... More >>

37. Ministerial Inquiry into diplomatic immunity

11 July 2014 12:18pm | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has announced a Ministerial Inquiry will be held into the way the Ministry of Foreign Affairs handled the case of a Malaysian High Commission official accused of an attack on a Wellington woman... More >>

38. John Key: Speech to Local Government New Zealand

22 July 2014 9:26am | New Zealand Government

Thank you for inviting me to the Local Government New Zealand conference. It's great to be here in Nelson, and it's great to see all the local mayors, chief executives and elected members... More >>

39. Pākeha Voters Keen to Vote Māori Party

10 September 2014 9:05am | The Maori Party

The Māori Party is fielding daily enquiries from Pākeha voters wanting to know if they can vote for the Māori Party. .. More >>

40. Crown accounts show steady improvement

07 October 2014 3:16pm | New Zealand Government

The Government's operating deficit before gains and losses narrowed for the third consecutive year to $2.9 billion in the 12 months to 30 June - down from $4.4 billion the previous year, Finance Minister Bill English says... More >>

41. A New Generation for Labour to Win

19 October 2014 3:36pm | Grant Robertson - Labour MP

The Labour Party must reconnect with New Zealanders through a new generation of leadership that looks forwards and outwards, Labour Leadership contender Grant Robertson said today... More >>

42. New Māori Party MP confronts a long-standing dilemma

20 October 2014 8:08am | The Maori Party

Māori Party List MP Marama Fox has given careful consideration to whether she will get ejected from the House of Representatives on her first day for wanting to uphold Te Tiriti o Waitangi as a MP during the Commission Opening of the 51st Parliament... More >>

43. New Analysis Shows Government Cut Tertiary Education Funding

21 October 2014 12:41pm | Green Party

New analysis done by the Green Party today shows the Government has made cuts to funding of tertiary education since 2008... More >>

44. Speech to the NZ Police Association 79th Annual Conference

22 October 2014 10:54am | New Zealand Government

Good morning everyone and thank you for the invitation to open your annual conference, my first as Minister of Police. I am looking forward to the challenges that come with this exciting portfolio and to understanding the business of policing... More >>

45. Key incompetent or misleading over war coalition meeting

22 October 2014 11:33am | Green Party

Analysis released by the Green Party shows multiple international news organisations were reporting on United States President Barack Obama's attendance at an ISIS war coalition meeting at Andrews Air Force Base up to twelve hours before the meeting ..... More >>

46. Questions For Oral Answer October 22

22 October 2014 11:44am | Office of the Clerk

1. Hon ANNETTE KING to the Deputy Prime Minister: Will he make reducing child poverty a Better Public Service target given the statement in the Speech from the Throne that his Government will continue to "have a focus on poverty, especially child ..... More >>

47. Caution needed on calls to arm police

24 October 2014 12:15pm | New Zealand Labour Party

There is no justification for routinely arming our police and doing so would change forever the way officers interact with their communities, Labour's Associate Police spokesperson Kelvin Davis says... More >>

48. Greens urge Govt to help eradicate polio

24 October 2014 12:47pm | Green Party

On World Polio Day, the Green Party is urging the National Government to resume funding for polio eradication. The New Zealand Government stopped contributing to the Global Polio Eradication Initiative in 2010... More >>

49. Whanganui River Claim - Tariana Turia Speech

08 October 2001 10:20am | New Zealand Government

Speech to Network Waitangi conference "The Whanganui River Claim - the cultural and spiritual significance to the Iwi of the Awa", Palmerston North.. More >>

50. Greens Support Ban On Water!

25 October 2001 9:43am | New Zealand National Party

"The Green Party's support for a ban on water in New Zealand shows how naïve and unscientific the Greens are and illustrates why the Government should ignore their extreme views to ban genetic technologies from New Zealand", says National's ..... More >>

51. Government thanks Dame Cheryll Sotheran

08 June 2002 1:11pm | New Zealand Government

Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Judith Tizard today paid tribute to the achievements of Dame Cheryll Sotheran as the founding chief executive of Te Papa, and acknowledged the contribution she has made to the Te Papa project... More >>

52. Budget 2003: NCEA, NZQA receives injection

02 May 2003 2:59pm | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Trevor Mallard today announced a pre-budget package of initiatives totalling nearly $78 million in new spending over four years to support the NCEA (National Certificate of Educational Achievement) and the administration of other ..... More >>

53. Select Committee Business to 11 July 2003

11 July 2003 12:24am | Select Committee Office

There were four committee meetings, all in the parliamentary complex... More >>

54. Rich Speech to National Party Conference

11 July 2003 3:49pm | New Zealand National Party

His brother's eulogy reminded mourners of one of Howard's core beliefs and reminded me as Welfare Spokeswoman, about some of the key beliefs of our Party... More >>

55. Reflections on the Tragedy of Coral Burrows

26 September 2003 9:27am | United Future NZ Party

On Tuesday 23 September a small yellow coffin decorated with beautiful spring flowers made its way through Featherston from a memorial service at St. Teresa's Catholic Church, to Matamata a day later for a funeral and burial... More >>

56. Sonographers' Strike No Surprise

03 November 2003 6:36pm | ACT New Zealand

It is totally unacceptable that patients urgently requiring ultra-sound scans to diagnose often sinister illnesses are being forced to wait up to five months to be seen at Whangarei Hospital, ACT New Zealand Health Spokesman Heather Roy said today... More >>

57. NATIONHOOD - Don Brash Speech Orewa Rotary Club

27 January 2004 8:29pm | New Zealand National Party

Soon after becoming leader of the National Party, I outlined my five main priorities. First, we must, as a country, take vigorous steps to counter the long-standing relative decline in New Zealand incomes, which sees our per capita incomes now around $180 ..... More >>

58. Don Brash congratulates Keisha Castle-Hughes

28 January 2004 12:31am | New Zealand National Party

National Party Leader Don Brash is congratulating Keisha Castle-Hughes for becoming the world's youngest ever nominee for the Best Actress Academy Award... More >>

59. Top scholars from 2003 bursaries exams

24 March 2004 10:14am | New Zealand Government

Top Scholars from the 2003 University Bursaries examinations were announced today by Education Minister Trevor Mallard... More >>

60. Need for rule of law highlighted by Zaoui case

19 April 2004 1:36pm | Progressive Party

Matt Robson says that New Zealand must uphold the rule of law and the protection of proper legal process for all... More >>

61. 'Xenotransplantation' Treated With Concern

31 August 2004 10:28am | The Maori Party

The invitation to public consultation about 'Animal to Human Transplants' by the Bioethics Council is greeted with significant concern from tangata whenua, Co-leader of the Maori Party, Tariana Turia said today... More >>

62. Clean Slate Act to help 500,000 Kiwis

25 November 2004 5:30pm | New Zealand Government

The Criminal Records (Clean Slate) Act comes in to force on Monday, allowing hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders with minor convictions to finally put past mistakes behind them... More >>

63. 2005 Candidate Profile Fact Sheet - Hone Harawira

25 July 2005 10:22am | The Maori Party

Hone Harawira Maori Party Tai Tokerau Occupation: CEO Age: 50 Campaign manager: Hilda Halkyard Harawira.. More >>

64. Turia: What is Rongoa Practice?

10 February 2006 10:08am | The Maori Party

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, Ngāti Raukawa, tēnā koutou katoa... More >>

65. Questions & Answers for Oral Answer 15 March 2006

15 March 2006 9:15pm | Office of the Clerk

1. Whangamata Marina-Minister's Intervention 2. KiwiSaver Scheme-Alternatives 3. Payroll Tax-Employment 4. Pharmac-Subsidies 5. Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology-COOL IT Programme.. More >>

66. Sarona Com. Trust 20th Anniversary Celebration

01 May 2006 10:29am | New Zealand Government

We owe a great debt to everyone involved in caring for our mentally ill. When we think about the way our community looks after mental illness, we ask a lot from carers and we recognise their work poorly... More >>

67. Sharples: Protected Objects Third Reading Speech

03 August 2006 8:59am | The Maori Party

My office here in Parliament is a bit like a museum. For the space I have created here in Parliament is one in which I am surrounded by nga taonga tüturu, objects which speak to me of my tribal history, who tell me who I am... More >>

68. KiwiSaver - Questions and answers

24 August 2006 1:12pm | New Zealand Government

Why is the SSCWT exemption being introduced for KiwiSaver? A targeted SSCWT exemption represents a moderate and prudent means for firms to help their employees reach their retirement savings goals. The exemption also demonstrates that the government has ..... More >>

69. Nga Manu Korero "Exceptional Standard of Debate"

14 September 2006 12:23am | The Maori Party

Co-leader of the Maori Party, Tariana Turia, today spoke of the inspiration she gained in her role as adjudicator in Nga Whakataetae mo Nga Manu Korero, the National Speech contest taking place in Taranaki this week... More >>

70. Hauraki Family Start launched

02 October 2006 11:03am | New Zealand Government

Intensive support will now be available to 91 local families with young children from today, following the launch of the government's Family Start programme in Hauraki... More >>

71. NZ joins fight against dangerous red fire ant

15 November 2006 5:17pm | New Zealand Government

Minister for Biosecurity, Jim Anderton today announced Cabinet's approval for up to $10.96 million to be used in the fight against the imported red fire ants following their discovery at Whirinaki, in Hawkes Bay earlier this year... More >>

72. Bringing Agent Orange compensation back home

07 December 2006 11:06am | Green Party

The compensation package for Vietnam veterans exposed to the toxic defoliant Agent Orange has been welcomed by Green Party Health Spokesperson Sue Kedgley, who said the package could ultimately guide the handling of dioxin poisoning issues in New ..... More >>

73. District Court Judge Appointed

19 December 2006 10:13am | New Zealand Government

New Plymouth lawyer Stephen Maxwell Harrop has been appointed a District Court Judge, Attorney-General Michael Cullen announced today. After admission in December 1981, Mr Harrop worked for Stout, Hewat, Binnie and Howorth in Invercargill in a general ..... More >>

74. Koura farming to be given a cautious green light

14 March 2007 3:21pm | New Zealand Government

The farming of koura, or freshwater crayfish, will be allowed to continue and develop sustainably under changes to regulations agreed today by Fisheries Minister Jim Anderton and Conservation Minister Chris Carter... More >>

75. Waverley High School to close

03 April 2007 4:06pm | New Zealand Government

Waverley High School will close on 20 April 2007, Education Minister Steve Maharey has today announced... More >>

76. $92 million for four new Takanini Schools

06 June 2007 4:48pm | New Zealand Government

The Labour-led government will invest $92 million to build four new schools in the Takanini area of Auckland over the next 15 years, Education Minister Steve Maharey announced today... More >>

77. Questions For Oral Answer - Thursday, 21 June 2007

21 June 2007 11:44am | Office of the Clerk

1. Hon BILL ENGLISH to the Minister of Finance: Is it Government policy to introduce the ring-fencing of losses on investment property?.. More >>

78. Fact Sheet: New Zealand Special Air Service NZSAS

02 July 2007 12:08am | New Zealand Government

FACT SHEET New Zealand Special Air Service (NZSAS) Background o 1 New Zealand Special Air Service Group (NZSAS) is the premier combat unit of the New Zealand Defence Force. The NZSAS is based in Auckland and is made up of highly trained and motivated ..... More >>

79. Record Govt spend-up one reason for high dollar

03 July 2007 1:40pm | New Zealand National Party

The Labour Government's record Budget spend-up is one of the reasons for the record high levels of the New Zealand dollar, says National Party Finance spokesman Bill English... More >>

80. 188 businesses add weight to SuperGold Card

29 August 2007 1:42pm | New Zealand Government

Discounts from 188 businesses with 2215 outlets between them are being offered to seniors through the SuperGold Card, Associate Senior Citizens Minister Winston Peters announced at today's launch... More >>

81. 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 >>

82. Who is behind 'The Standard'?

23 January 2008 11:07am | New Zealand National Party

National Party Deputy Leader Bill English says if Labour knows who is behind 'The Standard' then it should say so... More >>

83. National on Mark Prebble's resignation

25 January 2008 12:28am | New Zealand National Party

National Party State Services spokesman Gerry Brownlee says the National Party acknowledges the long career of public service by State Services Commissioner Mark Prebble who announced his resignation today... More >>

84. Farewell Missy Teka

29 February 2008 4:35pm | New Zealand Government

"Missy Teka was a talented musician in her own right, a wonderful person and a good friend. I am truly saddened by her passing" Minister of Maori Affairs, Parekura Horomia said today... More >>

85. Rapist, drug dealer, robbers, run from home D

27 May 2008 5:06pm | New Zealand National Party

A rapist, an arsonist, a drug manufacturer, a drug dealer, violent robbers, burglars, and thieves all walked away from Labour's risky home detention scheme last year, says National's Justice & Corrections spokesman, Simon Power... More >>

86. Cosgrove speech for New Zealand Security Conf.

25 June 2008 5:19pm | New Zealand Government

Venue: SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre Time: 1.30pm, 25 June 2008 Good afternoon. I would like to thank the New Zealand Security Association (NZSA) for the invitation to speak here today... More >>

87. 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 >>

88. Hone Harawiras' Column 22 August: Taiharuru

22 August 2008 2:27pm | The Maori Party

A couple weeks ago I attended a resource consent hearing in Whangarei for whanau wanting to build a marae out at Taiharuru. Chantez Connor led their case, and although she began rather tentatively, she presented a good case for the whanau to be able ..... More >>

89. New secondary tax rate announced

08 October 2008 4:53pm | New Zealand Government

Finance Minister Michael Cullen and Revenue Minister Peter Dunne announced today that the Cabinet yesterday agreed to a new, bottom secondary tax rate of 12.5 per cent... More >>

90. Dalziel: "Where to from here": Launch of NZAC

10 October 2008 2:41pm | New Zealand Government

University Chancellor, Dr Robin Mann; Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Town, and NZ Institute of International Affairs President, Hon Russell Marshall; Dr Te Maire Tau representing Ngai Tahu, Dr Rod Carr Vice President of the Canterbury Employers ..... More >>

91. Drug flood fears founded, vigilance urged: Greens

23 October 2008 4:04pm | Green Party

News today of a 100kg Chinese drug seizure in Auckland underscores the fears voiced by Green Party MP Metiria Turei earlier this month. .. More >>

92. Supreme Sausage Made In Canterbury

12 November 2008 2:01pm | Hellers

It's official - New Zealand's best sausage is made on the outskirts of Christchurch. .. More >>

93. Turia: Te Puke Karanga Hauora

23 February 2009 10:09am | New Zealand Government

I am always really happy to come to Pipiriki, to the heart of the awa, the middle reaches of the river. As I travelled the River Road this morning this morning, I thought about how proud we can be that right across the world, communities have sought ..... More >>

94. NZ's 2008 HIV statistics alarming

20 March 2009 11:41am | New Zealand Government

The latest annual HIV statistics report shows that 184 people were diagnosed with HIV infection last year, the highest number of diagnoses ever in New Zealand. .. More >>

95. Thoughts are with Snee whanau

08 May 2009 4:55pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Ikaroa Rawhiti MP Parekura Horomia has expressed his distress at the death of Senior Constable Len Snee and says his thoughts are with the Snee whanau during this terrible time. "Napier has been rocked by this tragic death of an officer killed in the ..... More >>

96. Calls For Voluntary Student Association Membership

29 June 2009 4:09pm | ACT New Zealand

ACT New Zealand Deputy Leader Heather Roy today reiterated her call for student association membership to be made voluntary, following an article in the 'Press' newspaper that a woman has been jailed for 22 months after defrauding the Christchurch ..... More >>

97. Factory dairy farming arrives in New Zealand

07 December 2009 9:52am | Green Party

New Zealand is on the brink of introducing factory farming of dairy cows, the Green Party said today. Consent applications were recently lodged with Environment Canterbury for factory-style dairy farms in the Mackenzie Basin. Three companies plan to establish ..... More >>

98. Martin Cooper - A Leader To Follow

05 May 2010 6:21pm | The Maori Party

On Saturday, a friend of mine turned 50 (and Tau Henare just wanted to say - Happy Birthday Skunk!), but I thought I'd dedicate this slot to recognising this son of Ngati Aamaru, committed supporter of the Kingitanga, and long-standing member ..... More >>

99. Members for new Immigration & Protection Tribunal

29 September 2010 10:39am | New Zealand Government

Justice Minister Simon Power and Immigration Minister Jonathan Coleman today announced the 16 members of the new Immigration and Protection Tribunal. .. More >>

100. Pita Sharples speech to the World Christian Gathering

15 January 2011 9:12pm | The Maori Party

Dr Pita Sharples, Co-leader of the Maori Party He Karanga ki Tua: a Call to the Future - Notes for speech to the World Christian Gathering on Indigenous People Friday 14 January 2011, TelstraClear Stadium, Manukau, 7.30pm EMBARGOED - CHECK ..... More >>

 

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