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New primary school and classrooms for 1,200 students in South Island

Education Minister Chris Hipkins unveiled major school building projects across the South Island during a visit to Waimea College in Nelson today.

It’s part of the Government’s latest investment of $164 million to build new classrooms and upgrade schools around the country.

Minister of Maori Development pays tribute to Rudy Taylor

Today the Minister of Māori Development, alongside other Government Ministers and MP’s said their final farewells to Nga Puhi Leader Rudy Taylor.

Government must intervene to halt mass wage theft - First Union

FIRST Union, the union representing 1200 Ambulance Professionals at St John, are calling on the Government to intervene in what can only be described as "Mass Wage Theft".

Minister of Maori Development pays tribute to Rudy Taylor

Today the Minister of Māori Development, alongside other Government Ministers and MP’s said their final farewells to Nga Puhi Leader Rudy Taylor.

New primary school and classrooms for 1,200 students in South Island - Hipkins

New primary school and classrooms for 1,200 students in South Island

Education Minister Chris Hipkins unveiled major school building projects across the South Island during a visit to Waimea College in Nelson today.

Community feedback wanted on Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw - council

The Central Otago District Council is calling for feedback on its Draft Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw 2020.

During the development of the Waste Management and Minimisation Plan 2018 a number of important waste management problems emerged.

Prime Minister to attend APEC Leaders' Summit

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will attend the annual APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting and associated events virtually today and tomorrow.

Keeping Pike River Mine promises 10 years on - Ardern and Little

Ten years after the Pike River Mine tragedy in which 29 men lost their lives while at work, a commemorative service at Parliament has honoured them and their legacy of ensuring all New Zealand workplaces are safe.

New Conservative Party leadership change

After a thorough and robust review of the party leadership by the New Conservative Board, we have come to the difficult decision to look for a fresh approach to the leadership of New Conservative and have relieved Leighton Baker of the leadership of the party at this time.

New Dunedin Hospital project progresses to next stage - Andrew Little

As the new Dunedin Hospital project progresses, the Government is changing the oversight group to provide more technical input, ensure continued local representation, and to make sure lessons learnt from Dunedin benefit other health infrastructure projects around the country.