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Te Matawaka: Greens support iwi led housing solutions

The Green Party’s Te Mātāwaka Caucus welcome the Government’s investment into iwi Māori-led housing initiatives.

Why did Ministry tell Rako to not reserve any public testing capacity? - Bishop

Extraordinary revelations from Rako Science today before the Health Select Committee raise further troubling questions about the way the Government has handled saliva testing, says National’s Covid Response spokesperson Chris Bishop.

Mayors' win-win for rural youth and employers - 1,300 jobs found - LGNZ

The Mayors Taskforce for Jobs (MTFJ) is celebrating a successful year having placed over 1300 youth and Covid-displaced workers into sustainable employment in rural New Zealand as part of its Community Recovery Programme.

Govt's disturbing bout of 'banana republic lawmaking' - David Seymour

"In a disturbing bout of banana republic-style lawmaking, the Government is legislating to take the private property of Covid-19 testing laboratories and questioning the motives of businesses who speak out," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Rapid antigen testing long overdue - David Seymour

"ACT is applauding the Government for introducing rapid antigen testing just seven short months after we first called for it," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Iwi-led housing solutions build homes for the future - Henare

Whai Kāinga, Whai Oranga will open on 20 October, to receive applications for investment through Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga - Ministry of Housing and Urban Development and Te Puni Kōkiri

Fairness for the team of six million - David Seymour

"Today’s announcement from the Government that it will let people who’ve tested positive for COVID isolate at home, demonstrates how inconsistent its policies are," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

New Zealand needs National's Covid plan at tipping point for Delta - Collins

New Zealand is at a tipping point in the fight against Delta and more than ever New Zealanders need and deserve strong and decisive leadership, says Leader of the Opposition Judith Collins.

Major contract awarded to power NZ Battery investigation - Woods

A consortium of specialist firms has been awarded a major contract to advance the New Zealand Battery Project’s feasibility investigation into a pumped hydro storage scheme at Lake Onslow, the Minister of Energy and Resources Megan Woods has announced.

If it's good enough for MPs, it's good enough for nurses - Seymour

"If it’s ok for MPs to isolate at home for five days after leaving Auckland, why can’t the same be done for highly skilled migrants and New Zealanders coming to boost the health response?" asks ACT Leader David Seymour.