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Celebrating Children’s Day and Foster Carers

Minister for Children Anne Tolley says that events are being held all around New Zealand this Sunday to celebrate Children’s Day, as Foster Care Awareness week gets under way....


Stats NZ takes lead on open data

Statistics Minister Mark Mitchell has welcomed the transfer of the Government’s open data programme to Statistics New Zealand (Stats NZ), saying it will help boost the Government’s commitment to providing...


Kiwis benefiting from lifestyle prescriptions

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says more adults and their families are benefiting from medication-free healthy lifestyle prescriptions.“The Government is committed to supporting New Zealanders to live healthier more active lives...


Preferred bidder for third schools PPP

ShapEd has been selected as the preferred bidder for the Ministry of Education’s third Public Private Partnership (PPP) to build six schools, Education Minister Hekia Parata announced today. “The...


Major state highway upgrade planned from Whangarei to Northport

Transport Minister Simon Bridges has announced that the NZ Transport Agency is working to ensure significant improvements to a section of State Highway 1 between Whangarei and Port Marsden...


Northland transport projects making solid progress

Transport Minister Simon Bridges says transport infrastructure continues to be a priority in Northland as the region marked the start of two new transport projects and celebrated the completion...


Three new primary schools to open in 2019

Education Minister Hekia Parata has announced Auckland, Tauranga and Canterbury will each see a new primary school opening their doors for students in 2019. Minister Parata today signed establishment...


Address to International Fiscal Association Conference

Address to International Fiscal Association Conference Thank you for inviting me to open your conference. It is a pleasure to be here. I haven’t been in...


Three BEPS consultation documents released

Finance Minister Steven Joyce and Revenue Minister Judith Collins have released three consultation papers proposing new measures to strengthen New Zealand’s rules for taxing large multinationals. “Our broad-based low...


New Corrections officers graduate

Corrections Minister Louise Upston has congratulated 65 new Corrections officers and offender employment instructors who graduated from their 12-week training course today.“I thank these men and women for choosing a...