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NZ-Viet Nam education relationship set to grow

Education collaboration between New Zealand and Viet Nam is set to grow following the signing this afternoon of a renewed Education Co-operation Arrangement.

Encouraging Maori to have their say on family violence laws

The Māori Party urges whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori to have their say on the wide-ranging review of family violence laws.

Govt needs to front on Saudi backroom deal - NZ First

New Zealand First wants full disclosure of the Saudi Arabia sheep farm deal putting New Zealand’s reputation, sovereignty and integrity on the line.

ORC chairman elected to LGNZ role

Otago Regional Council chairman Stephen Woodhead has been elected unopposed as chairman of Local Government New Zealand’s Regional Sector Group (RSG).

Decline in demand for same-sex marriage - Family First

Family First NZ says that two years on from the definition of marriage being politically manipulated, statistics released today show that the demand for same-sex marriages by New Zealanders has decreased by over 10% in the past year (511 to 458) while traditional marriage has finally reversed it

Mayor announces Development Auckland board

Mayor Len Brown has announced the membership of the board of Auckland’s newest Council Controlled Organisation (CCO), Development Auckland.

New TPPA leak confirms fears about Pharmac - Greens

The TPPA Intellectual Property chapter leaked today confirms fears that access to medicines could be more difficult and expensive, and uncovers surprising new implications for the Treaty of Waitangi, the Green Party said today.

NZ First 'shocked' Chunuk Bair debate motion blocked

New Zealand First remains sad that its motion for a brief Parliamentary debate ahead of this Saturday’s centennial of Chunuk Bair, was reduced to a simple motion without debate.

Rangatahi key to grow Auckland Maori economy - Flavell

Māori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell, welcomes the release of a report on the Māori economy in Tāmaki Makaurau.

Racing Safety Development Fund open for applications

The next round of applications for the Racing Safety Development Fund has opened today, Racing Minister Nathan Guy has announced.