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Little's claims smack of scaremongering - Woodhouse

Little's claims smack of scaremongering - Woodhouse

Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Woodhouse today refutes Labour MP Andrew Little’s claims that the Employment Relations Amendment Bill is ‘mean-spirited and unfair’.

Approval of two Chch city transport projects recommended

Approval of two Chch city transport projects recommended

Christchurch City Council will meet on 13 November 2014 to consider the Council’s Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee’s recommendation to approve the scheme designs for two Central City transport projects. Shared paths will be separately considered at that Council meeting.

Coastal hazard areas to be withdrawn

The withdrawal of contentious provisions from the Kapiti Coast District Council Proposed District Plan (PDP) - including coastal hazard provisions - will take effect this week.

WCC named among the best in Australasia at community engagement

Two Wellington City Council teams were highly commended when the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) named the best in Australasia at its annual Core Values awards event in Sydney on Wednesday (22 October).

Come clean on agenda for TVNZ - NZ First

Come clean on agenda for TVNZ - NZ First

Prime Minister John Key must state today whether the government is prettying up Television New Zealand for sale now or in the future, says New Zealand First.

Minister to attend TPP Ministers' Meeting

Trade Minister Tim Groser will depart today for Sydney to join Ministers from countries participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) for the next round of negotiations.

On The Nation this weekend

This weekend on The Nation… with dairy prices falling, China growing its agriculture sector, and the environmental costs piling up, we ask the Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings if New Zealand is too dependent on milk powder and if we’ve almost reached ‘peak cow’.

Govt urged to do more to fight Ebola

As Ebola continues to tear through West Africa, Save the Children NZ is urging the government to do more in the fight against the deadly virus.

Session on proposed Southland air quality rules

Invercargill residents will have an opportunity to talk to Environment Southland staff about the proposed new air quality rules and how to make a submission at the Invercargill Library this Tuesday.

Growth highlighted in Selwyn District Council annual report

The opening of the Eastern Selwyn Sewerage Scheme, completion of the new Lincoln Library, adoption of a town centre master plan for Rolleston, and record building consent numbers were among highlights for Selwyn District Council over the past year.

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