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Launch of advocacy service for young people VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai

Minister for Children Anne Tolley and Associate Minister for Children Alfred Ngaro welcome today’s official launch of VOYCE – Whakarongo Mai - the independent advocacy service for children and...


Statistics House investigation findings released

Design standards and building laws will be reviewed in response to an investigation into structural damage to Wellington’s Statistics House in the Kaikōura earthquake, Building and Construction Minister Dr...


New Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki launched

Minister for Children Anne Tolley has welcomed today’s official launch of the new Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki. “It’s important our vulnerable children and young people have a...


Digital sector and Government alliance launched

Communications Minister Simon Bridges has today welcomed the launch of a digital sector and government alliance to explore the economic and social benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT)....


New modelling is helping to improve workforce planning

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is welcoming the successful introduction of a new way to assess the future profile of the country’s medical specialty workforce. “Health Workforce New Zealand (HWNZ)...


April 1 changes to help our kids

Changes squarely focussed on the protection of children and young people come into effect tomorrow, along with a range of measures to ease the burden on many families, Prime Minister...


Redevelopment to house 240 people making progress

The Government’s plan to develop 12 old houses into 44 new social housing is moving at pace in Auckland. Social Housing Minster Amy Adams and Associate Social Housing Minister...


DOC celebrates 30 years of achievements

Conservation Minister Maggie Barry congratulates the Department of Conservation (DOC) on its 30th birthday and three decades of protecting our natural heritage. “DOC can be rightly proud of its...


$9.5m project to deliver 10 extra classrooms at Fruitvale Primary School, Auckland

Fruitvale Primary School in New Lynn is the latest Auckland school to receive extra classrooms to help it accommodate a growing roll, Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye announced today....


Over 900 schools part of KickStart Breakfast

Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says over 28,000 students in more than 900 schools are receiving a healthy start to the day through the KickStart Breakfast programme.                                                                      “The KickStart Breakfast programme helps to...