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1. Bill Targets Registration of Social Workers

24 April 2015 2:41pm | New Zealand First Party

"We should demand the highest of standards when it comes to the care of our children," says Spokesperson for Social Development Darroch Ball. .. More >>

2. Update on 6.2 St Arnaud earthquake

24 April 2015 5:27pm | New Zealand Government

GeoNet recorded a 6.2 earthquake located 35km south-east of St Arnaud, at a depth of 52km, just after 3.30pm today. .. More >>

3. Anzac Day 2015 - Message from the Governor-General and PM

25 April 2015 9:27am | New Zealand Government

On 25 April every year we gather to remember our nation's fallen, as well as the brave men and women who have served in all conflicts in both combat and peace-keeping roles... More >>

4. Governor-General's speech for Dawn Service, Anzac Day

25 April 2015 6:35am | Government House

Ka mihi anō ahau ki a koutou katoa e huihui nei ki te whakamaumāhara i te rā o ANZAC me te whakamaumāhara ki a rātou mā i mate ki tēnei pakanga - ngā hoia hoa piri me ngā hoia hoa riri. E kore rawa koutou e warewaretia. Kia ora tātou ..... More >>

5. Govt breaks free doctors visit promise to kids

21 April 2015 9:47am | Green Party

The Government has already broken a key election promise by reneging on a pledge to make all doctors' visits for under 13 year olds free, the Green Party says... More >>

6. Request for Ellis Commission of Inquiry declined

21 April 2015 11:28am | New Zealand Government

Justice Minister Amy Adams has declined a request from supporters of Peter Ellis for a Commission of Inquiry on the basis that an inquiry cannot be used to determine the liability of any person. Mr Ellis was convicted in 1993 on multiple charges of ..... More >>

7. Housing Warrant of Fitness Must Be Enforceable

24 April 2015 3:12pm | New Zealand First Party

It is heartening that Housing Minister Nick Smith has finally accepted that there is a rental housing problem in Christchurch, says New Zealand First Housing Spokesperson Denis O'Rourke... More >>

8. Extension of NZDF commitment in Afghanistan

20 April 2015 4:19pm | New Zealand Government

The New Zealand Defence Force's commitment of mentors and support staff to the Afghan National Army Officer Academy in Afghanistan has been extended out to December 2016, Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee says... More >>

9. Minister vows to hold slumlords to account

23 April 2015 9:54am | New Zealand Government

Minister vows to hold slumlords to account Māori Development Minister Hon Te Ururoa Flavell is outraged by the squalid state of some private rental properties in Christchurch. "My first reaction was to name and shame those landlords, particularly those who ..... More >>

10. Housing crisis hurting export growth

24 April 2015 2:49pm | New Zealand Labour Party

If Steven Joyce wants to revive his failing export growth target he needs to make sure the Government gets to grips with the housing crisis, says David Parker, Labour's Export Growth and Trade spokesperson... More >>

11. Green Party to get public involved in question time

24 April 2015 5:26pm | Green Party

In a first for New Zealand, the Green Party is giving the public a unique chance to be more involved in Parliament's question time by having their own question on climate change asked of the Government... More >>

12. Key: Official opening of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park

20 April 2015 9:28am | New Zealand Government

Thank you all for being here to witness the official opening of this park as a place of commemoration and remembrance for the whole nation. This opening comes as we are focussed on the 100th commemorations of the First World War... More >>

13. PM's housing outburst bizarre

20 April 2015 3:52pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Labour's Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford has described the Prime Minister's latest comments on the Auckland housing crisis as bizarre. "John Key is deep in denial. He must be one of the only people left who are not concerned about the risk ..... More >>

14. United Nations Commission on the Status of Women

10 March 2015 12:33pm | New Zealand Government

I am honoured to present the New Zealand Government's national statement to the Commission on the Status of Women. .. More >>

15. Greens Call For Remembrance of Armenian Genocide

24 April 2015 9:35am | Green Party

The Green Party is the first New Zealand political party to call for the remembrance of the 100th anniversary of the genocide of the 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman government... More >>

16. $776,000 for new Marlborough recycling facility

24 April 2015 1:37pm | New Zealand Government

$776,000 for new Marlborough recycling facility The Government is to provide $776,000 from the Waste Minimisation Fund for a new Marlborough waste sorting facility, Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith announced today during a visit to the Marlborough District ..... More >>

17. Prince Harry to visit centres across New Zealand

13 April 2015 4:32pm | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key released today further details on Prince Harry's visit to New Zealand in May. "Prince Harry will arrive in Wellington on Saturday 9 May and will leave New Zealand from Auckland on Saturday 16 May. "An interesting ..... More >>

18. NZ showcased at Chilean Innovation Forum

23 April 2015 11:15am | New Zealand Government

New Zealand's strengths in business, innovation and education were highlighted by Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce yesterday in a speech to Chile's private and public sector leaders. "New Zealand has a long relationship with Chile. ..... More >>

19. Minister welcomes Air NZ announcement

24 April 2015 10:43am | New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Simon Bridges is welcoming Air New Zealand's news that the Christchurch Engine Centre will be one of the first facilities in the world capable of dealing with new generation aircraft engines. The Christchurch Engine Centre, ..... More >>

20. Biography: Corporal Bill Henry Apiata VC NZSAS

02 July 2007 12:06am | New Zealand Government

Bill (Willy) Henry Apiata (pronounced A-pea-a-ta) was born on 28 June 1972 in Mangakino in the Waikato. His birth certificate carries the first name "Bill" but he is known as Willy... More >>

21. Greens wrong on free GP visits for under 13s

21 April 2015 11:34am | New Zealand Government

Greens wrong on free GP visits for under 13s Health Minister Jonathan Coleman and ACC Minister Nikki Kaye say the Greens have got it wrong on free under 13s doctor visits. "We expect levels of uptake by general practices of the free under 13s ..... More >>

22. Speech to Stewart Island Public Meeting

22 April 2015 9:08am | New Zealand First Party

Speech by New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland, Rt Hon Winston Peters .. More >>

23. 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 >>

24. New process for red zone Crown offers

21 April 2015 11:13am | New Zealand Government

Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced a process to give everyone a say on the Crown offers to owners of vacant, commercial/industrial and uninsured properties in the Residential Red Zone... More >>

25. John Key should be judged by his own 'high' standards

23 April 2015 12:40pm | Green Party

John Key should be judged by the "high" standards that have been the downfall of MPs and state sector bosses, instead he is trivialising his harassment of an Auckland woman, the Green Party says. "Backbench MP Aaron Gilmore lost his job for abusing ..... More >>

26. 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 >>

27. GG thanks retiring Usher of the Black Rod

07 November 2005 10:05am | Governor General

Colonel William (Bill) Nathan, OBE, ED, has retired from the position of the Usher of the Black Rod. Colonel Nathan of Te Atiawa-Pipitea, Ngati Kahungunu and Ngai Tahu was appointed to the position in 1993, and has served as Black Rod and an Honorary ..... More >>

28. Dunne lists Capital's earthquake-prone buildings

03 March 2011 4:33pm | United Future NZ Party

Ohariu MP and UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne today placed Wellington City Council's list of earthquake-prone Wellington buildings on his Facebook page and the UnitedFuture website... More >>

29. 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 >>

30. Food Bill changes better balance legislation

12 June 2013 10:14am | New Zealand Government

Food Safety Minister Nikki Kaye has today announced changes to the Food Bill that ensure communities will be able to continue fundraising that involves the sale of food... More >>

31. The Future of Work - Labour Leader Andrew Little Speech

01 December 2014 8:27am | New Zealand Labour Party

This morning I want to outline what will be a signature piece of work for the parliamentary Labour Party over the next two years. It will confront what I and many others regard as one of the biggest medium and long-term challenges facing New Zealand and many ..... More >>

32. Magna Carta essay competition launched

16 March 2015 5:30pm | New Zealand Government

Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson has today launched the Magna Carta 800 Essay Competition for New Zealand students to recognise the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta... More >>

33. Questions For Oral Answer March 17

17 March 2015 11:36am | Office of the Clerk

1. ANDREW LITTLE to the Prime Minister: Does he still believe that people who oppose the deployment of New Zealand soldiers to train Iraqi Government forces need to "get some guts and join the right side" in light of widespread evidence that Iraqi Government ..... More >>

34. Pacific Island peoples' health focus of meeting

13 April 2015 4:30pm | New Zealand Government

Associate Health Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga will travel to Fiji tomorrow to attend the 11th Pacific Health Ministers Meeting. .. More >>

35. NZ First Opposes Special Privileges Over Water Rights

14 April 2015 9:16am | New Zealand First Party

"One thing New Zealanders have learnt about the Key Government is the need for constant vigilance - in this case, against a toxic cocktail of blind ideology and naivety," says Rt Hon Winston Peters. "National Ministers Bill English and Nick ..... More >>

36. Battle For Our Birds a great success

22 April 2015 11:43am | New Zealand Government

Conservation Minister Maggie Barry says the success of the Battle For Our Birds programme is a welcome victory for endangered native species. The Department of Conservation today released preliminary monitoring results for the eight-month long anti-predator ..... More >>

37. Patients take more control of their own health

23 April 2015 11:58am | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has today launched a campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of patient portals. .. More >>

38. More House Buying Gloom for Auckland with Record Migration

23 April 2015 4:24pm | New Zealand First Party

The latest record migration figures continue to cast a shadow of gloom over Auckland house hunters, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

39. Kaipara District Council Commissioners reappointed

24 April 2015 11:46am | New Zealand Government

Associate Minister of Local Government Hon Louise Upston has today announced the three Commissioners appointed to the Kaipara District Council in 2012 are to be re-appointed for a further year. "The Commissioners have made significant progress in addressing ..... More >>

40. Goff Speech: Mt Erebus 'time of remembrance'

29 November 2004 8:58am | New Zealand Government

Phil Goff Speech to Mt Erebus memorial service, Scott Base, Antarctica 11.30am, 28 November 2004.. More >>

41. Helen Clark Address - Mt Albert Anzac Day Service

25 April 2006 1:23pm | New Zealand Government

As we gather here today on Anzac Day 2006, we mark a day of special significance to New Zealand. It is 91 years since New Zealand soldiers first reached the shores of Gallipoli on the morning of 25 April 1915. One in five of these men became casualties ..... More >>

42. Turia: The Removal of Treaty Related Legislation

25 September 2006 9:59am | The Maori Party

Harry was born at Tapuaeharuru (Taupo) in 1874 and Roger at Ohinemutu in 1885. Their mother, Wikitoria, was the daughter of Ihakara Kahuao, leader of Ngati Rauhoto hapu of Ngati Tuwharetoa. Harry joined the civil engineering section of the railway service ..... More >>

43. Questions And Answers - Thursday, November 2007

23 November 2007 9:33am | Office of the Clerk

1. Hon MARIAN HOBBS (Labour-Wellington Central) to the Minister for Tertiary Education: Has he received any reports on the proportion of New Zealanders holding a tertiary qualification?.. More >>

44. Baragwanath appointed Court of Appeal Judge

21 December 2007 9:00am | New Zealand Government

The Honourable Justice William David Baragwanath has been appointed a Judge of the Court of Appeal, Attorney-General Michael Cullen announced today. .. More >>

45. 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 >>

46. 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 >>

47. World Recession: How is New Zealand Faring?

28 August 2010 2:42pm | ACT New Zealand

In late 2008, the huge American bank Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, and many other major financial institutions suddenly looked shaky. The US financial system froze as banks refused to lend to each other and the panic quickly spread. In Britain the ..... More >>

48. Local Hero of the Year Inspires us All to Greater Things

17 February 2012 12:05pm | The Maori Party

Co-leader of the Maori Party, Tariana Turia, is delighted that Henare Ngaera O'Keefe, of Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Porou and Irish descent has been crowned 'local hero of the year' in last night's New Zealander of the Year ceremony... More >>

49. Goff: China-US Relations - Implications for New Zealand

24 July 2012 5:51pm | New Zealand Labour Party

I have been asked to talk about China-US relations, and what implications this has for us. The contest for power between two countries, the United States and China, dominates international relationships in the 21st century... More >>

50. Supergold Card Benefits Keep Coming

01 August 2013 9:38am | New Zealand First Party

1 August 2013 Supergold Card Benefits Keep Coming New Zealand First has commended Challenge Service Stations for introducing an 8 cents per litre discount on up to 100 litres petrol for over 600,000 SuperGold Card holders nationwide. The SuperGold ..... More >>

51. Sharples leads trade delegation to Malaysia

20 March 2014 9:24am | New Zealand Government

Sharples leads trade delegation to Malaysia Businesses from a wide range of sectors are taking part in a trade delegation to Malaysia as part of New Zealand week 2014. The delegation will be led by Māori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples. "The theme ..... More >>

52. Free doctors' visits, prescriptions for under 13s

15 May 2014 2:49pm | New Zealand Government

Free doctors' visits and prescriptions for children aged under six will be extended to all children aged under 13 from July next year, Health Minister Tony Ryall says. "Budget 2014 is investing $90 million over three years from 1 July 2015 so primary ..... More >>

53. Opening of the Breakthrough Wellness Centre, Taumarunui

21 July 2014 10:24am | The Maori Party

Opening of the Breakthrough Wellness Centre, Taumarunui E ngā iwi, e ngā mana, tēnā koutou. Ka nui te mihi ki a koutou katoa i runga i te kaupapa o te rā, huri atu te pō, nau mai te ao! Nā reira, tēnei au he muka nō te taurawhiri a Hinengakau ..... More >>

54. Next steps for Māori ICT Fund

14 August 2014 1:04pm | New Zealand Government

Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams and Māori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples have today announced the next stage in the creation of a Māori ICT Development Fund... More >>

55. National fails to produce evidence justifying attack on RMA

22 January 2015 10:55am | Green Party

The National Government is misusing evidence provided in the Motu report on planning rules to justify gutting the environmental protections secured by the Resource Management Act (RMA), says the Green Party today... More >>

56. Nominations for 2015 Youth Awards open today

05 March 2015 12:43pm | New Zealand Government

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Youth Awards, which celebrate young people who've achieved outstanding results, or people who've made a significant contribution to support and champion young people, says Youth Minister Nikki Kaye. "The 2015 ..... More >>

57. State house sell-off puts people at mercy of speculators

23 March 2015 11:01am | Green Party

The Government's grand state house sell-off will pit the welfare of the most vulnerable Kiwis against the profit motives of big business, as good community organisations refuse to have a bar of the extreme housing reforms, the Green Party says... More >>

58. HomeStart package for 90,000 first home buyers

01 April 2015 5:27pm | New Zealand Government

A Government support package for first home buyers that comes into effect today will help 90,000 lower and middle income people into home ownership over the next five years, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith says... More >>

59. Govt. Snubs Lt Col William Malone's Band From Anzac Day 2015

05 April 2015 2:33pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First is to protest to the Prime Minister after discovering that the volunteer 7th Battalion Band, the drums of which carry battle honours from Gallipoli including Chunuk Bair, has been shunted aside for Wellington's Centennial ANZAC ..... More >>

60. Budget surplus back-down deeply embarrassing for Govt

10 April 2015 11:38am | Green Party

The Government must be deeply embarrassed that it won't achieve its long-promised Budget surplus this year, the Green Party said today. Government financial statements published today show a $269 million deficit in the Crown's operating balance before ..... More >>

61. Pre-Budget speech to Business New Zealand function

14 April 2015 12:28pm | New Zealand Government

Good afternoon. It's great to be with you today. I'd like to thank Business New Zealand for hosting this event. .. More >>

62. Milk price halves: A $7b economic black hole

16 April 2015 9:12am | New Zealand Labour Party

Global milk prices have halved since the peak last year, creating an economic black hole of almost $7 billion that will suck in regions reliant on dairy, crucial industries and the Government's books, says Labour's Finance Spokesperson Grant Robertson. ..... More >>

63. PM welcomes direct flights to Houston

16 April 2015 9:26am | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism John Key has welcomed Air New Zealand's announcement that it will begin operating direct flights between Houston and New Zealand. The new service will provide for a more direct route for the millions of ..... More >>

64. Dedication of Australian Memorial in Pukeahu Park

20 April 2015 10:14am | New Zealand Government

It is a pleasure and it is also fitting to be here with my Australian counterpart today for the dedication of this magnificent memorial. .. More >>

65. Auckland Council fails to consult - Again

20 April 2015 10:23am | ACT New Zealand

ACT Leader and Epsom MP David Seymour has criticised the process by which cars are set to be banned from Mt Eden/Maungawhau. .. More >>

66. NZ's Renewable Advantage, WCG Opening Address

20 April 2015 11:39am | New Zealand Government

Good morning and welcome to the World Geothermal Congress. It is a real pleasure to be here and I'm sure that, like me, you are all looking forward to a fascinating few days... More >>

67. Joyce to strengthen links in Latin America

21 April 2015 3:47pm | New Zealand Government

Strengthening education and trade links will be the focus of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce's first visit to Latin America. This afternoon Mr Joyce departs for a 10-day visit to Chile, Colombia and Brazil with ..... More >>

68. New High Commissioner to the Cook Islands named

22 April 2015 9:58am | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has named diplomat Nick Hurley as New Zealand's new High Commissioner to the Cook Islands. "New Zealand and the Cook Islands have a unique relationship, based on historical ties and shared citizenship," Mr McCully ..... More >>

69. Climate change now hurts Kiwis

23 April 2015 3:21pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Kiwis have twice been given timely and grave warnings on how climate change will hit them in their hip pockets this week, says Climate Change spokesperson Megan Woods. "The first is the closure of the Sanford mussel plant and the second a gloomy study ..... More >>

70. PM speech at Istanbul Peace Summit

24 April 2015 8:51am | New Zealand Government

One hundred years ago today, thousands of young New Zealand and Australian soldiers waited anxiously for the orders that would send them ashore in an attempt to secure the Gallipoli Peninsula... More >>

71. Ngati Tu ancestral land

28 July 2000 5:47pm | New Zealand Government

Associate Maori Affairs Minister Tariana Turia met with whanau of Ngati Tu hapu of Nga Ruahine regarding the administration of Ngati Tu land... More >>

72. National Anthem CD for Schools

07 August 2000 11:05am | New Zealand Government

New Zealand schools are being sent a CD with versions of the National anthem to help provide consistency with singing the anthem... More >>

73. Income-Related Rents

01 December 2000 8:35am | New Zealand Government

This year the Government instructed Housing New Zealand to move from charging market rents to income-related rents... More >>

74. Language Broadcasting Developments

24 July 2001 4:28pm | New Zealand Government

1960 -1970 Emergence of Maori language advocacy groups - Te Reo Maori Society and Nga Tamatoa... More >>

75. New acute mental health unit at Tauranga Hospital

09 August 2001 5:38pm | New Zealand Government

Thank you for your invitation to join you in opening this new Mental Health Unit... More >>

76. Opening of GPC Electronics facility

26 September 2001 4:13pm | New Zealand Government

GPC General Manager, Murray Lynn Your Australian CEO Christopher Janssen Mayor Garry Moore, Staff and guests of GPC Electronics... More >>

77. 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 >>

78. NZ Post Franchises Could Derail KiwiBank

06 January 2002 6:38pm | ACT New Zealand

ACT Finance Spokesman Rodney Hide said today that the New Zealand Post Franchise revolt could derail NZ Post's KiwiBank... More >>

79. Newman calls on Govt to support Starship Hospital

28 January 2002 10:11am | ACT New Zealand

Starship Hospital's one-stop-shop initiative to help reduce child abuse deserves the support of central Government, ACT's Social Services spokesman Dr Muriel Newman said in a speech prepared for delivery to a meeting in Whangarei tomorrow (Saturday ..... More >>

80. Police Corruption Claims Must Be Investigated

28 January 2002 2:11pm | ACT New Zealand

ACT Police Spokesman Ken Shirley is calling for an independent inquiry into strong allegations of corruption and dysfunction, as well as misallocation of resources at Greymouth Police Station... More >>

81. Medal Presentations To Nuclear Test Veterans

28 April 2002 10:59pm | New Zealand Government

Medal presentations will be held today in Wanganui and Palmerston North for a dozen New Zealand personnel who witnessed nuclear tests in the 1950s and 1970s, Veterans' Affairs Minister Mark Burton announced today... More >>

82. 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 >>

83. Paintergate's A Diversion

09 July 2002 10:12am | New Zealand First Party

"Richard Prebble's accusation that Helen Clark had a 'memory lapse of Wine Box proportions' over "Paintergate" is the last writhe of a desperate ACT," the New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters said... More >>

84. NCEA Must Go - Challenge to Mallard

21 August 2002 10:49am | ACT New Zealand

The bureaucratic mush served by NZQA and Education Ministry representatives at a parents' meeting to discuss NCEA last night confirmed the new qualification must be dumped, ACT New Zealand Associate Education Spokesman Deborah Coddington said ..... More >>

85. Maiden Speech - Judith Collins

30 August 2002 9:26am | New Zealand National Party

Since this is the first time that I have spoken in Parliament, I take this opportunity to congratulate you on your reappointment. I also take the opportunity to congratulate the Deputy Speaker and the Assistant Speakers on their appointments... More >>

86. Jules Mikus: A Murderer Who Lived Off the Taxpayer

11 October 2002 4:11pm | ACT New Zealand

Jules Mikus, found guilty of the murder of six-year-old Teresa Cormack, is in prison awaiting sentencing on November 1. As Teresa's family - and indeed the country - expresses relief that justice has finally been done in a case that shocked us all, ..... More >>

87. Medal Presentation to Next of Kin

11 August 2003 5:25pm | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister Helen Clark and Defence Minister Mark Burton have asked the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) to help locate family members of New Zealanders who lost their lives in post World War II military operations... More >>

88. Tvnz Tokenism Belittles Maori Says Peters

12 August 2003 10:10am | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First has described the appointment of a Maori "programme policeman" by TVNZ as a gross insult to all New Zealanders and Maori in particular... More >>

89. New Plunket contract provides increased funding

03 November 2003 4:55pm | New Zealand Government

Health Minister Annette King says more children and their families from high-needs groups will benefit from the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society's care... More >>

90. Questions And Answers For Oral Answer Wednesday

12 November 2003 11:57pm | Office of the Clerk

1. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS (Leader-NZ First) to the Minister of Immigration: Why has she answered questions with regard to Ahmed Zaoui, Obaidullah Rahemy, Wahidullah Rahemy and Mohammed Saidi, when the acting Minister of Immigration yesterday repeatedly ..... More >>

91. United's Policy Proposal Restructuring CYFS

01 April 2004 11:08am | United Future NZ Party

How many times have New Zealanders heard the tragic stories of children who are murdered by the very people they trust to provide them with care and protection? These disturbing stories are made all the worse by the realisation that in many of these cases, the ..... More >>

92. Rt Hon Helen Clark Budget Speech

27 May 2004 5:48pm | New Zealand Government

Congratulations to the Minister of Finance for his work in drawing together this budget. Thank you to all Ministers for their work on the very significant new initiatives the budget provides for... More >>

93. Mallard Speech: We are all New Zealanders now

29 July 2004 3:04pm | New Zealand Government

Hon Trevor Mallard: Speech to the Stout Research Centre for NZ Studies, Victoria University, Wellington.. More >>

94. MACCAH report released

02 August 2004 5:06pm | New Zealand Government

A need for more research on complementary and alternative medicine is highlighted in a major report released today... More >>

95. Colonel Malone gets parliamentary recognition

10 August 2004 9:51am | Progressive Party

A commemorative plaque for one of New Zealand¹s greatest war heroes will be installed prominently during the refurbishment of the Beehive Progressive Leader Jim Anderton announced today... More >>

96. Turia: Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference

01 November 2004 11:52am | The Maori Party

1st National Maori Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference Wainuiomata Marae, Wellington, Monday 1 November Tariana Turia, Co-leader, Maori Party.. More >>

97. Anderton: Speech - Return of the Unknown Warrior

11 November 2004 5:20pm | Progressive Party

Hon Jim Anderton Progressive Party Leader - Speech on the Return of the Unknown Warrior - 5.00PM Thursday, 11 November 2004. Parliament, Wellington.. More >>

98. 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 >>

99. 20 new police for North Island districts

10 December 2004 9:41am | New Zealand Government

Twenty of the 75 police recruits graduating from the Police College today will be posted to Police Stations in North Island districts, from Kerikeri to Palmerston North... More >>

100. 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 >>

 

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