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Primary Industries Minister to visit Iran and UAE

Primary Industries Minister departs for Iran and the United Arab Emirates today on a trip to build closer trading relationships.

Angie Warren-Clark selected as Labour's Bay of Plenty candidate

Angie Warren-Clark has been selected as the Labour Party candidate for Bay of Plenty for the 2017 General Election.

More work needed on freshwater policy - Maori Party

The Māori Party is encouraged by the Government’s willingness to achieve cleaner waterways in Aotearoa but believes maintaining the mauri of freshwater should be the focus.

Appointment of Queen’s Counsel in 2017

The Attorney-General announced today that an appointment round for Queen’s Counsel will take place in 2017.

National response to Learning Inquiry an F for fail - Green Party

National’s inadequate response to the Select Committee Inquiry into Learning Support will see children on the autism spectrum, with dyslexia, and dyspraxia, continue to miss out on an education, the Green Party said today.

New classrooms to address Wanaka roll growth

Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean says new classroom space at Wanaka Primary School will help ease congestion and give teachers and students great new facilities.

LINZ improving shipping safety

Land Information Minister Mark Mitchell has today announced the results of a LINZ project that will help us improve shipping safety in New Zealand.

More than words on housing

How can people not owning a house get ahead with 15% GST, rents and other living costs when wage increases do not keep up?

She’ll be right attitude won’t do on nz super

New Zealanders must not be complacent about NZ Super, New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters warned today.

"As we get older we become more easy going, and take things for granted. It’s part of the Kiwi ‘she’ll be right’ attitude.

LINZ improving shipping safety

Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) has developed a world leading tool for improving shipping safety in New Zealand, says Minister for Land Information Mark Mitchell.

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