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New Zealand to review relationship settings with Hong Kong - Peters

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has announced that the New Zealand Government is reviewing the settings of its relationship with Hong Kong.

NZ to review relationship settings with Hong Kong - Winston Peters

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has announced that the New Zealand Government is reviewing the settings of its relationship with Hong Kong.

Funding for Whangarei’s infrastructure projects revealed - Shane Jones

Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones has announced details of a multimillion-dollar investment in Whangārei for infrastructure projects that will help it recover from the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Managed isolation and quarantine update - Megan Woods

Following a second incident in which a person escaped from a managed isolation facility, security is being enhanced, including more police presence onsite, Minister Megan Woods said.

Funding for Kaipara district community waste programmes - Sage

Waste reduction and recycling programmes in Kaipara are set to get a boost with Associate Environment Minister Eugenie Sage today announcing a $361,447 grant from the Ministry for the Environment’s Waste Minimisation Fund (WMF) Sustainable Kaipara.

National's Plan to get New Zealand working - Muller

National Party Leader Todd Muller has revealed the framework for the party’s Plan to create more jobs and a better economy.

At a speech to the Christchurch Employers’ Chamber of Commerce today, Mr Muller outlined the five elements of National’s Plan.

New Zealand First disappointed Rio Tinto playing games with Southlanders

Australian mining company Rio Tinto is playing games with the people of Southland, says New Zealand First List MP, Mark Patterson, following today’s announcement that Tiwai Point is to close.

Statement from Rt Hon Winston Peters

Deputy Prime Minister and New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters has announced he is taking a short stint of medical leave this week.

Pay back the money, Rio Tinto - NZTU

The New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union is calling on multinational mining corporation Rio Tinto to return the $30 million bailout it received from taxpayers in 2013, which was apparently to "future proof" the New Zealand operation.

Survey launched for Far North voting system

This week we launched a survey asking you to have your say on the way the Council is elected. The survey offers you two clear options for selecting councillors, community board members and Mayor. One is the system you already know well, First Past the Post (FPP).