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Blessing marks start of Justice move to Precinct

Cantabrians will soon have access to some of the most modern and efficient justice and emergency services in the country with Christchurch’s Justice and Emergency Services Precinct nearing completion....


Inquiry commences into State sector productivity

Finance Minister Steven Joyce has welcomed the release of the Productivity Commission’s issues paper for its new inquiry into measuring and improving the productivity and efficiency of core public...


Major redevelopment for Wainuiomata High School

Around $12 million will be invested to redevelop Wainuiomata High School, Education Minister Nikki Kaye and Associate Minister of Education Tim Macindoe announced today. “This investment recognises that Wainuiomata...


New initiatives bring iwi and Ministry together

Minister for Children Anne Tolley says the Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki is working with iwi to strengthen whānau connections and improve children and whānau participation in decision-making....


Changes to temporary work visas confirmed

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse today confirmed changes to temporary work visa conditions following an extensive consultation process. “The Government is committed to striking the right balance between ensuring New...


BGA refresh to sustain growth

The Government has today released the Business Growth Agenda 2017 Refresh Report with a focus on continuing to deliver strong economic growth for the benefit of all New Zealanders, Finance...


Budget 2017: New classrooms for Wellington schools

Both Berhampore School and Maungaraki School in Wellington will receive funding to build new classrooms as part of Budget 2017, Associate Education Minister Tim Macindoe announced today. Mr Macindoe...


New environment strategy to engage and inspire

Associate Conservation Minister Nicky Wagner and Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith today launched a new strategy and action plan to better equip New Zealanders, especially children and young people,...


Using social media to help save women’s lives

Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says a new website and social media campaign will help encourage women to have regular cervical smear tests and mammograms.“The Time to Screen campaign encourages and...


Geographical areas can now be registered

Wine and spirit producers are now able to register geographical indications, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Jacqui Dean says. “The Geographical Indications (Wine and Spirits) Registration Act 2006 came...