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Internet of Things research highlights economic benefits for NZ

Communications Minister Simon Bridges has today welcomed the release of research which suggests over $2 billion of potential economic benefits from the application of the Internet of Things (IoT) across...


Historic Wellington buildings transfer

Two historic Wellington buildings are being transferred from DOC into the care of Heritage New Zealand from tomorrow. Conservation and Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry says Turnbull...


New Zealand-Hong Kong tax treaty updated

Revenue Minister Judith Collins has today signed a new tax protocol between New Zealand and Hong Kong.  The protocol updates the existing double tax agreement between New Zealand and...


Point England Development Enabling Bill: Third Reading Speech

I move, That the Point England Development Enabling Bill be now read a third time. This bill is part of the Government's comprehensive housing plan, where we are pulling every...


NZ to deliver air traffic control services for Pacific nations

Airways New Zealand will continue to deliver air traffic control services to Niue, Samoa, the Cook Islands, and the Kingdom of Tonga after the contract was re-signed in Christchurch...


Regenerate Christchurch work programme tabled

Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Regeneration Nicky Wagner is welcoming Regenerate Christchurch’s Statement of Intent 2017-2021 and Statement of Performance Expectations 2017-18 tabled in Parliament today. The Statement of Intent...


Ensuring young people are digitally fluent for our nation’s future

Delivered to Education Cross Sector Forum on Raising Achievement – Digital Technology (not delivered word for word) Introduction Tēnā koutou katoa and greetings to you all. Thank you...


Budget 2017: Further $5 million investment in Otago schools

Budget 2017 has already provided for around $19 million to increase capacity in Wanaka and today Education Minister Nikki Kaye and Associate Education Minister Tim Macindoe announced a further...


Our Social Housing Plan

The National-led Government is helping vulnerable New Zealanders in need of a warm, safe and dry place to live.This year, the Government will spend $2.3 billion supporting 310,000 households with...


First Social Housing Valuation provides valuable insights

Social Housing Minister Amy Adams has welcomed the 2015 Social Housing Valuation as the first step in building a more sophisticated understanding of the factors that affect vulnerable New...