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Emergency motels making millions and set to grow - Nicola Willis

New figures show the multi-million dollars being netted by top-earning emergency motels with the Government expecting this to continue for at least the next few years, National’s Housing spokesperson Nicola Willis says.

Strengthening trans-Tasman ties: Australia-NZ Foreign Minister consultations

New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon Nanaia Mahuta and Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, met in Wellington today for biannual Australia-New Zealand Foreign Minister Consultations.

Labour wrong to limit where kids can go to school - Paul Goldsmith

Proposed changes to the Education and Training Act 2020 are part of an ongoing attack on school choice by Labour, National’s Education spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says.

"Labour is hell-bent on a one-size-fits-all approach to our education system."

How much power is Robertson trying to grab now? - Andrew Bayly

The Finance Minister needs to give New Zealanders peace of mind that the new powers he’s proposing to give himself over bank lending won’t over-reach into retail banking, National’s Finance spokesperson Andrew Bayly says.

Strengthening Trans-Tasman Ties: Australia-New Zealand Foreign Minister Consultations

New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon Nanaia Mahuta and Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, met in Wellington today for biannual Australia-New Zealand Foreign Minister Consultations.

Deposit taking measures protect financial stability and New Zealanders - Robertson

Cabinet has finalised a package of new measures to protect New Zealanders’ interests in the banking and financial system, including guaranteeing deposits of up to $100,000 per eligible institution.

Greens welcome protections for Kiwis' savings

The Green Party is welcoming the Government’s announcement that bank deposits up to $100,000 will be protected under new rules.

Former Govt spies should be stopped from private spying - Tuiono, Green Party

Former employees of Government security and intelligence agencies should face at least a five-year stand down period before taking up private sector security contracts, the Green Party said today.

Apprenticeship numbers jump in 2020 - Hipkins

The number of apprentices continues to grow, with people from across the community signing up for careers in the trades, Education Minister Chris Hipkins says.

Civic and Community Awards are back - council

The Kāpiti Coast Civic Awards paired with the Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards are back again to honour the outstanding people who make our neighbourhoods and communities the special places they are.