New documents show that Bill English and Tony Ryall’s offices colluded with Solid Energy management, Treasury and lobbyists to hide the truth about the failing SOE from New Zealanders, says Labour’s SOEs spokesperson Clayton Cosgrove.
The latest primary care health target results show general practices are focused on improving the health of New Zealanders, with almost a quarter of a million smokers receiving brief advice to quit from their GP or practice nurse in the past year.
New Zealand has been highly successful in engaging with Southeast Asia - but is competing with more countries for attention in the region, according to a new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
The regular monthly meeting of the Upper Waitaki Zone Committee on Friday (21 June) in Twizel has been postponed.
The postponement is due to snow-fall, as well as the recent heavy rain that has closed many roads and bridges.
Rotorua District Council (RDC) has received accreditation as a Building Consent Authority (BCA) for another two years.
This follows the council’s fourth successful accreditation audit carried out by independent assessors, International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ).
Peter Dunne’s hit out at the Electoral Commission after it refused to budge on its requirements for his party's re-registration, describing it as "petty bureaucracy'," "a rogue elephant" and "living in the days of quill pens and parchment" is like the pot calling the kettle black a spokesman fo
Porirua City Council agreed tonight to support Greater Wellington Regional Council’s application to the Local Government Commission for a two-tier one council model for the Wellington region, but with a different view on Wairarapa.
Today elected members of Auckland Council attended the first post-engagement workshop following feedback on the draft Unitary Plan.
The back down by the Greens on their policy to print money is a nothing more than a sham, forced upon them by Labour in a transparent attempt to hide the Green’s economic foolishness, ACT Leader John Banks said today.
ACC Minister Judith Collins has announced Mr Mark Gilbert as Chair of the Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council (MSAC).
The MSAC advises ACC, on behalf of motorcyclists, how to invest funds collected through the Motorcycle Safety Levy, paid as part of the motorcycle relicensing process.
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