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1. Treatment of councillor's family - simply shabby

03 November 2016 11:15am | New Zealand Labour Party

The refusal by Auckland Council staff to allow a Samoan councillor's family to sit in VIP seating at his swearing in smacks of racial discrimination, says Labour's spokesperson on Pacific Island Affairs Su'a William Sio... More >>

2. $65.2m in Marsden funding for NZ researchers

03 November 2016 10:08am | New Zealand Government

New Zealand's top researchers have been awarded $65.2 million in Marsden Fund grants in the 2016 funding round, Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce announced today... More >>

3. Red Zone mental health issues won't go away

03 November 2016 2:59pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Today's Human Rights Commission report shows that the nightmare of the Christchurch earthquakes has not gone away for a lot of Cantabrians and more money has to be spent on the city's mental health services, says Labour's Canterbury spokesperson Megan ..... More >>

4. Minister delayed banning seclusion rooms until shamed

03 November 2016 10:37am | Green Party

Minister of Education Hekia Parata would have known about seclusion rooms for more than a year and did nothing to stop their use until she was publicly shamed into doing so, the Green Party said today... More >>

5. Key Didn't Want to Upset Modi Over Fraud And Exploitation

03 November 2016 9:09am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand's foreign student industry is worth $3.5 billion every year but Prime Minister John Key is not interested in cleaning up the widespread fraud involving Indian students, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader Ron Mark... More >>

6. Seclusion in schools to be made illegal

03 November 2016 9:16am | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Hekia Parata has today announced that she is proposing to make the use of seclusion in schools illegal. .. More >>

7. Key Didn't Want to Upset Modi Over Fraud And Exploitation

03 November 2016 9:09am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand's foreign student industry is worth $3.5 billion every year but Prime Minister John Key is not interested in cleaning up the widespread fraud involving Indian students, says New Zealand First Deputy Leader Ron Mark... More >>

8. Affordable housing needed so people can buy in Mt Roskill

02 November 2016 3:32pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Fewer than one in five adults under 40 in Mt Roskill own their own home according to new research, says Opposition Leader Andrew Little. .. More >>

9. Red Zone mental health issues won't go away

03 November 2016 2:59pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Today's Human Rights Commission report shows that the nightmare of the Christchurch earthquakes has not gone away for a lot of Cantabrians and more money has to be spent on the city's mental health services, says Labour's Canterbury spokesperson Megan ..... More >>

10. Questions and Answers - 2 November 2016

02 November 2016 4:43pm | Office of the Clerk

1. ANDREW LITTLE (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister : Does he have confidence in his Minister for Building and Housing, given the nearly 8,000 shortfall in new houses in Auckland in the past year?.. More >>

11. Minister delayed banning seclusion rooms until shamed

03 November 2016 10:37am | Green Party

Minister of Education Hekia Parata would have known about seclusion rooms for more than a year and did nothing to stop their use until she was publicly shamed into doing so, the Green Party said today... More >>

12. NZ tops Global Prosperity Index

03 November 2016 2:27pm | New Zealand Government

New Zealand has been ranked first in the world in the 2016 Legatum Institute's Global Prosperity Index, up from fourth position last year. .. More >>

13. Key Reveals He'll Sell Us Out for TPPA

01 November 2016 12:16pm | New Zealand First Party

Prime Minister John Key has revealed he is ready and only too willing to sell this country out to get the TPPA through, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

14. Affordable housing needed so people can buy in Mt Roskill

02 November 2016 3:32pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Fewer than one in five adults under 40 in Mt Roskill own their own home according to new research, says Opposition Leader Andrew Little. .. More >>

15. "The Grapes of Wrath - America Votes - What It Means"

03 November 2016 2:49pm | New Zealand First Party

When Chambers of Commerce were first established they were organisations to facilitate trade and you are concerned about events abroad. .. More >>

16. Joseph Parker fight was almost a corporate welfare trap

03 November 2016 11:50am | ACT New Zealand

"It turns out funding wasn't needed for New Zealand to host the Joseph Parker fight. But the Government never ruled out giving gravy to Duco - it was actually Duco who ran away from the idea when they realised it was getting political... More >>

17. Ministers' Show of Indifference Over PTSD is Insulting

02 November 2016 12:21pm | New Zealand First Party

A significant percentage of veterans who served in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan could be suffering with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and neither the government, nor the Defence Force have a realistic understanding of the scale of the problem, ..... More >>

18. Urgent Review of Mental Health Services Required

02 November 2016 4:20pm | New Zealand First Party

The government needs to listen to the pleas of New Zealanders and order an urgent independent review into mental health services, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

19. McCully will not contest East Coast Bays in 2017

23 February 2016 1:21pm | New Zealand National Party

Foreign Affairs Minister and National Party Member for East Coast Bays Murray McCully has announced that he will not contest the East Coast Bays constituency in next year's general election. He advised his East Coast Bays electorate AGM of his decision last ..... More >>

20. Handover of petition calling for visual fire alarms

02 November 2016 9:59am | Green Party

Tomorrow Mojo Mathers will be accepting a petition from Kim Robinson, Chairperson of Deaf Action New Zealand, that calls for visual fire alarms to be made mandatory in public buildings... More >>

21. Parliament's time no longer used on lost luggage

03 November 2016 1:20pm | ACT New Zealand

Parliament's time will no longer be consumed debating Matt Doocey's member's bill , as a Supplementary Order Paper put forward by ACT Leader David Seymour has passed, adding Mr Doocey's bill to the broader Statutes Amendment Bill. The infamous ..... More >>

22. Construction set to start on PÅ«hoi to Warkworth Motorway

03 November 2016 3:40pm | New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Simon Bridges today welcomed a significant step towards completing a key section of the Government's PÅ«hoi to Wellsford Road of National Significance. .. More >>

23. Process Amending RMA Becomes Farcical

03 November 2016 11:48am | New Zealand First Party

The government's Resource Legislation Amendment Bill reforming the Resource Management Act (RMA) and six other acts has turned into a giant-sized shemozzle, says New Zealand First... More >>

24. Key Reveals He'll Sell Us Out for TPPA

01 November 2016 12:16pm | New Zealand First Party

Prime Minister John Key has revealed he is ready and only too willing to sell this country out to get the TPPA through, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

25. Cutting edge curriculum design tool goes live

03 November 2016 10:53am | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Hekia Parata today launched a new online curriculum design tool to improve learning experiences for children and young people inCommunities of Learning | Kāhui Ako around the country... More >>

26. National should take Members' Bills seriously

03 November 2016 1:22pm | New Zealand Labour Party

National has conceded that it is wasting the time of Parliament and taxpayer's money by supporting Labour amendments to the Statutes Amendment Bill, Labour's Tourism spokesman Kris Faafoi said today... More >>

27. Select Committee suppresses Smith's bungling of RMA reforms

03 November 2016 3:28pm | New Zealand Labour Party

After 11 months, including 5 months of inaction, Government members of the Environment Select Committee today took what the Clerk of Parliament called the "extraordinary" step to block any report back to Parliament explaining the delay, says Labour's ..... More >>

28. Questions and Answers - 3 November 2016

03 November 2016 4:48pm | Office of the Clerk

1. NUK KORAKO (National) to the Minister of Finance : What progress is the Government making in its programme to get better results from public services? .. More >>

29. Agricultural Compounds Bill passes into law

03 November 2016 9:41am | New Zealand Government

Food Safety Minister Jo Goodhew welcomes the final passage through Parliament of The Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary Medicines Amendment Bill, which will result in more innovative agricultural products being brought to the New Zealand market... More >>

30. New Zealanders' bank savings need protecting

03 November 2016 12:06pm | Green Party

The Green Party is calling on the National Government to introduce sector-wide deposit insurance following Kiwibank's withdrawal of its deposit guarantee. .. More >>

31. Funding boost for FMA and Companies Office

03 November 2016 12:52pm | New Zealand Government

Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith has today announced the government's approval to increase funding for the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) and the Companies Office... More >>

32. McCully's got to go

02 November 2016 4:29pm | Green Party

The Office of the Auditor General's (OAG) report into the Saudi sheep deal makes it clear that Murray McCully has misled the New Zealand public and Cabinet, and for that reason John Key should ask him to resign, the Green Party said today. .. More >>

33. Dunne Speaks: The Topsy-Turvy World of By-elections

03 November 2016 9:30am | Peter Dunne

Two critical by-elections are about to take place on opposite sides of the world. In a few weeks, in Auckland, the Roskill by-election will be held to elect a new MP to replace former long-serving Labour MP Phil Goff, following his election as ..... More >>

34. Speech to the NZ Payroll Practitioners Conference

03 November 2016 10:05am | New Zealand Government

Good morning. Thank you for inviting me to speak to you today. This is my first address to you as Revenue Minister and it's a great opportunity to meet some of the people who help implement government policies. .. More >>

35. Saudi Hub Report 'Disappointing'

03 November 2016 9:03am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First is disappointed in the report by the Auditor-General into the Saudi agribusiness hub. .. More >>

36. Resource Legislation Amendment Bill a shambles

03 November 2016 4:51pm | Green Party

National's much touted changes to the Resource Management Act (RMA) are a shambles and the Resource Legislation Amendment Bill (RLA Bill) should not proceed the Green Party said today... More >>

37. Kiwibank ownership changes welcomed

31 October 2016 3:19pm | New Zealand Government

The NZ Super Fund and the Accident Compensation Corporation's purchase of minority stakes in Kiwibank has been welcomed by Finance Minister Bill English and State Owned Enterprises Minister Todd McClay... More >>

38. New Book Tackles Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

02 November 2016 9:09am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First Defence Spokesperson Ron Mark will host the launch of a book dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) tomorrow. .. More >>

39. Deed of Settlement signed with Ahuriri Hapū

02 November 2016 1:15pm | New Zealand Government

The Crown has signed a Deed of Settlement with Ahuriri Hapū settling their historical Treaty claims, the Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Christopher Finlayson announced today... More >>

40. Select Committee suppresses Smith's bungling of RMA reforms

03 November 2016 3:28pm | New Zealand Labour Party

After 11 months, including 5 months of inaction, Government members of the Environment Select Committee today took what the Clerk of Parliament called the "extraordinary" step to block any report back to Parliament explaining the delay, says Labour's ..... More >>

41. Plan shows $100 billion infrastructure projects

21 October 2016 9:28am | New Zealand Government

Finance Minister Bill English has today launched the Government's Ten Year Capital Intentions Plan (CIP) which shows a pipeline of $100.9 billion worth of infrastructure projects over the next decade... More >>

42. Abby Foote appointed to TVNZ Board

01 November 2016 4:45pm | New Zealand Government

Broadcasting Minister Amy Adams has today announced the appointment of Abby Foote to the Board of Television New Zealand (TVNZ). .. More >>

43. No moral high ground on Saudi sheep deal

02 November 2016 3:05pm | ACT New Zealand

ACT Leader David Seymour responds to the Auditor General's report on the Saudi sheep deal: .. More >>

44. Obama, like Key, Desperate for a TPPA Legacy

02 November 2016 3:29pm | New Zealand First Party

By his last ditch courting of big business to keep TPPA alive President Barack Obama is like his golfing buddy John Key - he's desperate to find a legacy, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters... More >>

45. Police Vetting Bill is Just Money-Grabbing by the Government

03 November 2016 10:11am | New Zealand First Party

Amending the Police Act to allow the police to charge for the vetting service they provide is nothing short of profiteering, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

46. Information sharing framework to protect children

03 November 2016 12:29pm | New Zealand Government

Justice Minister Amy Adams and Social Development Minister Anne Tolley say that a comprehensive information sharing framework is to be created to keep vulnerable children and young people safe from harm, as part of the radical overhaul of care and protection... More >>

47. Government must act on new Novopay debacle

03 November 2016 4:18pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The latest sorry chapter in the Novopay saga is a serious privacy breach and the Government must find out what has gone wrong, says Acting Education spokesperson Jenny Salesa... More >>

48. Fraud And Mistreatment of Amputees

03 November 2016 4:47pm | New Zealand First Party

Acting ACC Minister Nathan Guy had no answers when amputee mistreatment and allegations of fraud by an ACC supplier were raised by New Zealand First in Parliament today. .. More >>

49. Key: Speech to New Zealand Contractors Federation

21 August 2007 9:29am | New Zealand National Party

You've asked me to talk about the New Zealand economic situation as it affects the construction industry. Let me start by saying that I think the prospects for New Zealand are better than they have been in decades... More >>

50. More New Zealanders join call for a mental health inquiry

02 November 2016 1:19pm | Green Party

A petition from Life Matters Suicide Prevention Trust presented at Parliament today shows that more people are joining the call for a mental health inquiry, the Green Party said... More >>

51. Saudi sheep deal exposed as a shabby deal to buy a FTA

02 November 2016 4:14pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The Saudi sheep deal report provides extraordinary criticism by the Auditor General of the Saudi sheep deal, says Labour's Shadow Attorney General David Parker .. More >>

52. Trans-Tasman collaboration on cyber security

03 November 2016 10:26am | New Zealand Government

New Zealand and Australia are working together on practical initiatives to boost trans-Tasman cyber security, Communications Minister Amy Adams says. .. More >>

53. Questions to Ministers - 2 November 2016

02 November 2016 4:40pm | Office of the Clerk

1. ANDREW LITTLE to the Prime Minister: Does he have confidence in his Minister for Building and Housing, given the nearly 8,000 shortfall in new houses in Auckland in the past year?.. More >>

54. 2016 Clinicians Challenge highlights innovation

03 November 2016 11:23am | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has congratulated this year's Clinicians Challenge winners for their innovative IT solutions to improve healthcare. .. More >>

55. Questions to Ministers - 3 November 2016

03 November 2016 3:53pm | Office of the Clerk

1. NUK KORAKO to the Minister of Finance: What progress is the Government making in its programme to get better results from public services? .. More >>

56. Work on critical Queenstown roading project now underway

03 November 2016 2:55pm | New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Simon Bridges turned the sod on a long awaited transport project in Queenstown today along with recently elected Mayor of the Queenstown Lakes District, Jim Boult... More >>

57. Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga to visit China

02 November 2016 3:10pm | New Zealand Government

Local Government and Ethnic Communities Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga leaves for China today to discuss issues across both portfolios. .. More >>

58. Bill to strengthen ranger powers passes second reading

03 November 2016 11:40am | New Zealand Government

Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has welcomed the second reading of a bill to modernise and strengthen DOC rangers' ability to protect native wildlife from poaching and smuggling... More >>

59. Another step forward for Puhoi to Warkworth

02 August 2016 3:17pm | New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Simon Bridges has welcomed today's announcement that the NZ Transport Agency will enter into preferred bidder negotiations with the Northern Express Group for the Puhoi to Warkworth motorway project north of Auckland... More >>

60. Questions and Answers - 1 November 2016

01 November 2016 4:51pm | Office of the Clerk

1. DAVID SEYMOUR (Leader-ACT) to the Minister of Police : Does she believe the public has a right to be concerned about Police conducting roadside breath-screening tests with the intention of collecting personal information for investigations unrelated ..... More >>

61. Dairy price rise real or 'another dead cat bounce'?

02 November 2016 12:28pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First says erratic swings on the Global Dairy Trade Platform raises serious questions over whether it is helping the New Zealand dairy industry. .. More >>

62. Health Practitioners Bill passes 3rd reading

01 November 2016 4:29pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman welcomes the passing of legislation which enables a wider range of appropriate health practitioners to undertake certain functions currently restricted to medical practitioners... More >>

63. New pool fencing law passed

20 October 2016 4:15pm | New Zealand Government

Parliament has today passed improved laws to better protect children from drowning in swimming pools while also making the requirements more practical and enforceable, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith says... More >>

64. Warning on TPPA to voters

30 October 2016 8:00pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First warned today that pro-TPPA politicians will revive the Trans Pacific deal if voted in next year. .. More >>

65. National dragging its feet on anti-money laundering law

01 November 2016 8:59am | New Zealand Labour Party

The National Government has once again caved in to special interests and has shelved plans to introduce legislation this year that would extend anti-money laundering requirements to lawyers, accountants and real estate agents, Grant Robertson Labour ..... More >>

66. Ten thousand student loan borrowers located

01 November 2016 1:52pm | New Zealand Government

An information exchange agreement with the Australian Tax Office (ATO) has carried out its first match, locating 10,400 student loan borrowers living across the Tasman. .. More >>

67. Young New Zealanders being left behind

02 November 2016 1:09pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The latest Household Labour Force figures reinforce the case to better prepare our young people for the future, says Leader of the Opposition Andrew Little. .. More >>

68. Minister welcomes release of AG report

02 November 2016 2:22pm | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully today welcomed the release of the Auditor-General's inquiry into the Saudi Arabia Food Security Partnership. .. More >>

69. 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 >>

70. Questions and Answers - 19 October 2016

19 October 2016 5:10pm | Office of the Clerk

1. ANDREW LITTLE (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister : Does he stand by his statement that "we are on the cusp of something special", given P is cheaper and easier to get, youth unemployment has risen nearly 30 percent on ..... More >>

71. NZ training support for White Helmets in Syria

26 October 2016 1:39pm | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully and Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne have announced that the NZ Fire Service will provide training support to the Syrian White Helmets civil defence organisation... More >>

72. More Kiwis receiving help via telehealth service

01 November 2016 10:27am | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says the national telehealth service has helped around 425,000 New Zealanders since its launch one year ago. .. More >>

73. Relocation of Redcliffs School a Mistake

01 November 2016 5:39pm | New Zealand First Party

The use of part of Redcliffs Park in Christchurch for a new school means a significant reduction in parkland, where park space is already at a premium, says New Zealand First Spokesperson on Christchurch Earthquake Issues Denis O'Rourke... More >>

74. $1.5m to boost school capacity in Blenheim and Nelson

02 November 2016 9:17am | New Zealand Government

Around $1.5 million will be invested to deliver a total of five new classrooms at schools in Blenheim and Nelson, Education Minister Hekia Parata announced today. .. More >>

75. Dux Quest plumbing withdrawn 24 years ago

19 April 2011 8:59am | New Zealand Government

"Dux Quest was withdrawn from the market about 24 years ago. It pre-dates the current Building Code and the Building Act," Building and Construction Minister Maurice Williamson said... More >>

76. Questions and Answers - May 28

28 May 2015 5:13pm | Office of the Clerk

1. Hon ANNETTE KING (Deputy Leader-Labour) to the Minister for Social Development : Does she stand by her statement that "this Government is working with a number of service providers to make sure that those clients of Relationships Aotearoa are ..... More >>

77. Government must be more than a bystander on the economy

04 October 2016 12:39pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Despite what he might think John Key is not a political commentator, but actually a leader in a Government who needs to take responsibility for the conditions that mean a rise in interest rates will represent a major threat to the New Zealand economy, ..... More >>

78. Tenancy law change on damage claims being considered

15 October 2016 8:44pm | New Zealand Government

Tenancy law change on damage claims being considered The Government is considering changes to the Residential Tenancy Act over when property damage costs can be reclaimed from tenants, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith says... More >>

79. Canterbury a stand out on the spending front

21 October 2016 9:31am | New Zealand Government

Canterbury will continue to benefit from major investment from central and local government and the private sector for the next decade. .. More >>

80. Immigration Continues to Wreak Havoc

21 October 2016 12:14pm | New Zealand First Party

Immigration to New Zealand¬ continues to climb through the roof, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters. .. More >>

81. Speech: Peters - Eight Years of Promises

30 October 2016 7:59pm | New Zealand First Party

Speech by New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters Kelston Community Centre, 126 Awaroa Road, Sunnyvale, West Auckland 2pm, Sunday, 30th October, 2016 "Eight Years of Promises, But Where is the Performance" Ladies and gentlemen, ..... More >>

82. Young people recruited to lead new rheumatic fever campaign

31 October 2016 2:29pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman and Acting Youth Minister Anne Tolley say young people will be recruited to help raise awareness of rheumatic fever amongst their peers... More >>

83. NPS on Urban Development agreed as building boom continues

31 October 2016 3:24pm | New Zealand Government

The Government has signed off on a National Policy to ensure councils in rapidly growing urban areas provide enough land for new housing and business development, Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith says... More >>

84. Health Practitioners Bill passes 3rd reading

01 November 2016 4:29pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman welcomes the passing of legislation which enables a wider range of appropriate health practitioners to undertake certain functions currently restricted to medical practitioners... More >>

85. Deed of Settlement signed with Ahuriri Hapū

02 November 2016 1:15pm | New Zealand Government

The Crown has signed a Deed of Settlement with Ahuriri Hapū settling their historical Treaty claims, the Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Christopher Finlayson announced today... More >>

86. McCully's got to go

02 November 2016 4:29pm | Green Party

The Office of the Auditor General's (OAG) report into the Saudi sheep deal makes it clear that Murray McCully has misled the New Zealand public and Cabinet, and for that reason John Key should ask him to resign, the Green Party said today. .. More >>

87. Minister welcomes new graduates

03 November 2016 3:03pm | New Zealand Government

Corrections Minister Judith Collins has welcomed 19 new Corrections Officers who graduated today. .. More >>

88. 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 >>

89. Dr Pita R Sharples - TE WHANAU AWHINA

18 October 2007 9:26am | The Maori Party

TE WHANAU AWHINA An Indigenous ProgramME for Restorative Justice by the MAORI of NEW ZEALAND Inaugural Conference of Restorative Practices International Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia Wednesday 17 October 2007 Dr Pita R Sharples, Member ..... More >>

90. 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 >>

91. Poroporoaki - Lt Col Eru Ihaka Manuera

07 August 2012 4:29pm | The Maori Party

Hon Tariana Turia and Hon Dr Pita Sharples Maori Party Co-Leaders 7 August 2012 Poroporoaki - Lt Col Eru Ihaka Manuera .. More >>

92. Careers New Zealand to become part of TEC

18 May 2016 12:22pm | New Zealand Government

Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce and Education Minister Hekia Parata have today announced Careers New Zealand will become part of the Tertiary Education Commission in a reform which will result in better and more consistent ..... More >>

93. Matt Doocey welcomes early support for his Member's Bill

01 September 2016 3:27pm | New Zealand National Party

Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey has welcomed early support for his Companies (Annual Report Notice Requirements) Amendment Bill. .. More >>

94. Appointments to Education New Zealand board

21 October 2016 12:02pm | New Zealand Government

Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce today announced three appointments to the board of Education New Zealand (ENZ). .. More >>

95. New High Commissioner for South Africa

26 October 2016 11:00am | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully today announced the appointment of diplomat Michael Burrell as High Commissioner to South Africa. .. More >>

96. New public transport hub open in South Auckland

29 October 2016 8:38pm | New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Simon Bridges today officially opened the newly upgraded Ōtāhuhu Station train and bus interchange in Auckland with Mayor Phil Goff. The new $28.7 million facility will incorporate the existing train station, linking the rail platform ..... More >>

97. Key's Propaganda Can't Hide National's Broken Promises

31 October 2016 12:47pm | New Zealand First Party

John Key knows all about political parties making promises they have no intention of keeping, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters... More >>

98. Social Investment lifting Better Public Services Results

31 October 2016 2:19pm | New Zealand Government

Targeted early intervention and a Social Investment approach is being reflected in the steadily improving Better Public Services (BPS) Results, Ministers Bill English and Paula Bennett say... More >>

99. Date set to commemorate land wars

31 October 2016 4:30pm | New Zealand Government

Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has welcomed a date set by iwi to hold a national day to commemorate the New Zealand Land Wars. .. More >>

100. Stop playing tricks and start cutting emissions

02 November 2016 11:17am | Green Party

The National Government must stop relying on dodgy accounting loopholes in order to continue avoiding responsibility for real reductions in New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions, the Green Party said today... More >>