Today (Friday) New Plymouth District Council has given approval for the Mayor and Chief Executive to enter into a heads of agreement with Te Atiawa post-settlement governance entity (PSGE).
New Zealand First has been proved right yet again - there’s no stopping the foreign buy-up of our land, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Pacific Island Affairs Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-IIga must explain questionable spending and controversial staff appointments at his ministry, Labour’s Pacific Island Affairs spokesperson, Su’a William Sio says.
In an historic week for New Zealand politics, departing MÄori Party founding leaders give their unreserved support to the new generation of MÄori Party candidates.
The next round of applications for the Racing Safety Development Fund opens today, Minister for Racing Nathan Guy has announced.
"The fund supports important projects around the country that improve racecourse health and safety standards," Mr Guy says.
A new independent survey of Rotorua residents reveals an improved perception of the performance of the district’s mayor and councillors.
The survey was carried out by independent research company National Research Bureau (NRB).
John Key must come clean after revelations that a US National Security Agency (NSA) engineer was in New Zealand in 2013 discussing with the GCSB the setting up of an interception site on New Zealand’s only fibre optic cable, the Green Party said today.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel has welcomed the announcement that Christchurch City Holdings Ltd has entered a lock-up agreement with Port Otago Limited for Port Otago’s 15.48% holding in Lyttelton Port Company Limited.
NZEI Te Riu Roa has welcomed the government’s announcement today of $160,000 for science workshops for primary and intermediate teachers.
Hemp milk and associated protein products could add $1 billion to New Zealand's agricultural economy, ALCP Leader Julian Crawford says.
Proposed changes to food regulations by FSANZ are set to make Hemp the most important cash crop for Kiwi farmers.
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