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National urges Aucklanders to submit on fuel tax

Aucklanders should make their opposition heard on the proposal to introduce a new regional fuel tax in Auckland, National Party Transport Spokesperson Jami-Lee Ross and Auckland Local Government Spokesperson Denise Lee say.

Bridges welcomes Green Party Questions

National Party Leader Simon Bridges has welcomed the Green Party’s decision to give the Opposition its allocated Oral Questions in Parliament to allow it to better hold the weak Ardern-Peters Government to account.

Diversity in Conservation Board membership sought

Nominations for Conservation Boards have been reopened to ensure they reflect the diverse communities they serve, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage announced today.

Minister launches new study on the Value of Sport to NZ

Sport and Recreation Minister Grant Robertson today launched a new study by Sport NZ which explores the value of sport to New Zealanders, their communities and our country.

'March for Maui' tomorrow at Silo Park

A ‘March for Māui’ this Sunday at 1pm from Silo Park, Auckland, will add to pressure on the Labour-led government to keep the programme of installing electronic video monitoring on the fishing fleet and to do more to protect Māui and Hector’s dolphins from accidental entrapment in fis

Justice Minister to attend UN Human Rights Council

Justice Minister Andrew Little will deliver New Zealand’s statement to the 47th Session of the United Nations Human Rights council as he leaves for Geneva, Switzerland today.

Gareth Morgan answers public call to give his NZ Super away

Philanthropist and Opportunities Party Founder Gareth Morgan is pledging his taxpayer- funded superannuation to charity after asking the public what he should do with it.

NZ supports joint statement on nerve agent attack - PM

New Zealand supports the joint statement made by the leaders of the UK, US, Germany and France on the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

Education links with Singapore strengthened

Education Minister Chris Hipkins and Singapore’s Education Minister (Schools) Ng Chee Meng signed an Education Cooperation Arrangement in Singapore today.

Implications of placing limits on freedom of expression

A panel of academics and students will be joined by an international human rights lawyer to discuss the implications for society of placing limits on freedom of expression.

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