The Maori Party Members of Parliament have selected student representatives from their electorates to participate in Youth Parliament 2013.
Leaders of major schooling organisations in New Zealand are welcoming the Government’s decision to consult with teachers on the outcomes of a review of the Teachers Council.
There has been no cut to the baseline funding of the Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs in the 2013 Budget despite reports suggesting otherwise says Minister of Pacific Island Affairs Hekia Parata.
The Public Service Association says petrol tax increases will unfairly add to the cost burden faced by low paid home support workers who often travel long distances to care for the elderly and disabled.
National’s Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges’ insistence on ramming through a law which extends the controversial protest ban into the high seas is arrogant and makes bad policy even worse, says Labour Energy spokesperson Moana Mackey.
New Zealand First wants the Government to respond to the stark, unpalatable fact that Pacific people are over-represented in unemployment and low-skilled, low-paid jobs.
Labour’s Associate Disarmament spokesperson and President of Parliamentarians for Global Action, Ross Robertson, welcomes Indonesia’s increased support for the Rome Statute progressed by a delegation to Jakarta last week.
Nga Kaikokiri Matauranga is pleased to see the Government has heeded many of the calls iwi have been making to improve Maori educational achievement.
Wellington’s residents are interested in discussing change to local government, a new survey has found.
Wellington’s planning must respond to changing demographics and community expectations, was the message delivered today by visiting transport expert Todd Litman.
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