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Eleven tertiary institution appointments made

Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Paul Goldsmith has today announced 11 appointments to the governing councils of eight tertiary education institutions (TEIs), including two leadership positions. “I welcome...


Key appointments for Predator Free 2050

Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has welcomed two crucial appointments on the road to Predator Free 2050 and the implementation of the New Zealand Threatened Species Strategy. “Experienced entrepreneur Ed...


Government supports Z Energy recycling

Z Energy are installing new forecourt recycling facilities at 117 of their retail sites with a grant of $218,000 from the Government’s Waste Minimisation Fund. Associate Environment Minister Scott...


New guide to investing with Māori launched

Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges has today launched a new guide for potential investors highlighting opportunities in the Māori economy. Speaking at the He kai kei aku ringa –...


Hundertwasser Arts Centre set to go ahead

Economic Development Minister Simon Bridges and Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry say the Whangarei Art Museum Trust will receive up to $3 million towards its bespoke project...


New report highlights importance of how we eat

Health Minister and Sport & Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman has welcomed the release of ‘How We Eat’, a report that assesses evidence on eating behaviours and their influence on...


Takeovers Panel reappointment

Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Jacqui Dean has announced the reappointment of Roger Wallis to the Takeovers Panel for a twelve month term. “I am pleased Mr Wallis will...


Scholarships for aspiring Pacific health professionals

Associate Health Minister Nicky Wagner is congratulating 70 tertiary students awarded Pacific Health Scholarships during a special ceremony at the University of Auckland this evening. The Ministry of Health-funded...


Primary sector exports to reach record levels

Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy says the primary sector is forecast for a bumper year ahead after some challenging past seasons of wet conditions, earthquakes, cyclones, and volatile global commodity...


Cladding rule changes make NZ high-rises safer

New Zealand is less exposed to the risks of fire as a result of combustible claddings on high-rise buildings due to these products being restricted earlier this year, Building...