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Rangers Park homes to become social and affordable housing

Forty temporary accommodation homes at Rangers Park village will become social and affordable homes to help Christchurch residents in need of housing, Housing New Zealand Minister Amy Adams and...


Innovation and investment drives food industry growth

Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges and Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy have today launched the latest investor guides to New Zealand’s Food and Beverage Industry, showing a strong and...


NZ continues to support demining in Colombia

New Zealand is committed to helping Colombia achieve its target of being landmine free by 2021, Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee says. Mr Brownlee is currently in Colombia to attend...


NZ and Solomon Islands sign post RAMSI police arrangement

Police Minister Paula Bennett has announced that New Zealand Police will continue to support the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force once the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI)...


Joint report compares European and New Zealand qualifications frameworks

A new report comparing the qualifications frameworks, levels, and quality assurance arrangements will help support more transparent and consistent recognition of qualifications between European Union Member States and New...


Budget 2017: $49m investment in Family Start

Minister for Children Anne Tolley says a total of $49 million is being invested in Budget 2017 to boost Family Start, an intensive home visiting programme. Mrs Tolley today...


Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation Board appointments

Finance Minister Steven Joyce today announced that Lindsay Wright and Philippa (Pip) Dunphy have been reappointed to the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation Board. “As a New Zealander based...


Changes recognise tobacco tax increases

The Government is taking steps to ensure that small grocery businesses can continue to hold liquor licences, Associate Justice Minister Mark Mitchell announced today.The moves are designed to ensure the...


Current state of New Zealand’s transport system revealed

Associate Transport Minister Tim Macindoe has launched the first product of the Transport Outlook project, the Transport Outlook: Current State report. The Transport Outlook project aims to provide information,...


New elder abuse intervention services

The Minister for Seniors, Maggie Barry, says a new elder abuse intervention service which starts tomorrow will help keep older New Zealanders safe. “Elder abuse is a scourge on...