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A Bill aimed at helping to reduce delays in the coronial jurisdiction passed its third reading today.
The Prime Minister has asked the Cabinet Secretary to conduct a review into communications between Stuart Nash and his donors.
The review will take place over the next two months.
The new Recovery Visa to help bring in additional migrant workers to support cyclone and flooding recovery has attracted over 600 successful applicants within its first month.
Bills to ensure non-teaching employees and contractors at schools, and unlicensed childcare services like mall crèches are vetted by police, and provide safeguards for school board appointments have passed their first reading today.
Wānanga will gain increased flexibility and autonomy that recognises the unique role they fill in the tertiary education sector.
Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta will travel to Vanuatu today, announcing that Aotearoa New Zealand will provide further relief and recovery assistance there, following the recent destruction caused by Cyclones Judy and Kevin.
The Government is backing Police and making communities safer with the roll-out of state-of-the-art tools and training to frontline staff.
The Government has provided Police with more tools to crack down on gang offending with the passing of new legislation today which will further improve public safety.
The Government today announced far-reaching changes to the way we make, use, recycle and dispose of waste, ushering in a new era for New Zealand’s waste system.
New legislation passed by the Government today will make it harder for gangs and their leaders to benefit financially from crime that causes considerable harm in our communities.
Tēnā koutou katoa.
Deputy Prime Minister Kamikamica; distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen.
As Whānau Ora’s national Pacific commissioning agency, Pasifika Futures plays a vital role in connecting families to their aspirations, providing the tools and resources to achieve them.
It’s clear that we need to continue investing in the services that ensure our population receives the support it requires to live good and healthy lives.
Warm Pacific greetings to all. It is an honour to host the inaugural Conference of Pacific Education Ministers here in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Migrant communities across New Zealand are represented in the new Migrant Community Reference Group that will help shape immigration policy going forward, Immigration Minister Michael Wood announced today.
It seems like only yesterday that we launched the discussion document Enabling Investment in Offshore Renewable Energy, which is the key theme for this Forum.
Chair, I am honoured to speak to you today at the sixty-seventh session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
I am very pleased to welcome you all here today to the first ever French Pacific Business Forum.
Today, I am proud to reaffirm our strong and enduring commitment to universal human rights and the international human rights system.