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New Zealand First announces next tranche of candidates

New Zealand First is pleased to announce the next tranche of candidates that will represent our values and spread our message across the country at this year’s election.

Unions welcome extension of Flexi-Wage Scheme Policy - CTU

The Council of Trade Unions is supporting the announcement from the Labour Party today to revamp the existing flexi-wage scheme to support more Kiwis getting into, and staying in, jobs.

National releases 2020 party list

National’s 2020 Party List is a strong mix of experience coming up through our Caucus, and new and exciting talent joining our team from communities across New Zealand, Party President Peter Goodfellow says.

National Party selects Nancy Lu as List only candidate

The National Party is pleased to announce the appointment of Nancy Lu to the National Party’s List for the 2020 General Election, President Peter Goodfellow says.

Green Party condemn Coromandel mining decision

Green Party candidate for Coromandel Pamela Grealey is appalled by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s decision to grant new mining permits on public conservation land in the Coromandel.

Flexi-wage extension would boost business - BusinessNZ

The Labour Party’s proposed support package to assist businesses in hiring at least 40,000 New Zealanders impacted by Covid-19 is welcomed by BusinessNZ.

Government remains committed to Women’s Cricket World Cup

The Government has re-affirmed its commitment to supporting the hosting of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, which the ICC has delayed from 2021 to 2022.

Green light for Te Awa River Ride in $220m nationwide cycleways investment

Cyclists and walkers will now have a safer way to get around Taupō, Tūrangi, and between Hamilton and Cambridge, with funding for shared paths and Te Awa River Ride, Associate Minister of Transport Julie Anne Genter announced today.

Six major ‘shovel-ready’ cycleways funded in Christchurch

Six major cycle routes will be completed in Christchurch thanks to funding from the Government’s investment in shovel-ready infrastructure as part of the COVID-19 recovery Associate Minister of Transport Julie Anne Genter announced today.

$680,000 slap in the face for Westland farmers - DSC

The resignation of Westland Milk Products chief executive Tony Brendish almost a year to the day the company was sold to Chinese conglomerate Yili makes a mockery of assurances that there was no conflict of interest in top management preparing the company for sale in 2019.