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Julie Anne Genter: Happy Birthday PlunketLine!

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Associate Minister of Health Julie Anne Genter have congratulated PlunketLine on its 25th anniversary.

Major step in expanding access to Wellington’s waterfront - Genter

The Associate Minister of Transport Julie Anne Genter has announced that the Ngauranga to Petone section of the Wellington to Hutt Valley pathway is a major step closer, following a greenlight from the NZ Transport Agency Board to proceed to the next phase of the project.

Surging emissions show NZ needs stronger action on climate

Thursday, April 11: New data released today showing that New Zealand’s emissions have continued to grow rapidly in 2017 have been called "disturbing" by Greenpeace.

NZ needs two-factor security to fight cyber crime - MYOB

With nearly one third of local SMEs - potentially up to 150,000 businesses - having experienced a cyber attack and a majority of SME operators expressing fears about cyber security, leading accounting software provider MYOB is calling on the Government to address online security in the financial

Fees Free critical for only six per cent of students

A recent survey of Canterbury University students condemns the Labour-led Government’s fees free policy, National’s spokesperson for Tertiary Education Shane Reti says.

Andrew Little leads NZ delegation on global anti-terrorism taskforce

Justice Minister Andrew Little leaves for the United States today to take part in a global taskforce that’s tackling terrorism and anti-money laundering.

Dunne Speaks: National shooting PHARMAC messenger

National's unsuccessful attempt to get a Parliamentary inquiry into PHARMAC is a classic case of shooting the messenger. PHARMAC is a procurement agency, charged with securing the nation's supplies of medicines and medical devices. But it is not, and was never intended to be, a policy agency.

Greenhouse Gas Inventory shows need for action - Shaw

New Zealand’s latest Greenhouse Gas Inventory shows emissions are on the rise, underscoring why the Government is taking action on climate change.

150th anniversary of the first royal visit to New Zealand

Today marks 150 years since the first ever visit to New Zealand by a member of the royal family.

$1 million for Communities of Readers - Martin

A grant of $1 million to Te Puna Foundation will fund a new initiative designed to connect more children and young people to reading, Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin announced today.