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NZCVS Perceptions of Criminal Justice System report - Ministry of Justice

New Zealanders are divided in their views of whether crime is a choice, but there is strong consensus that people who offend can go on to lead productive lives with the right effort and support, a study has found.

Relief for temporary migrants, employers and New Zealanders who need work - Lees-Galloway

The Government is making immediate short-term changes to visa settings to support temporary migrants already onshore in New Zealand and their employers, while also ensuring New Zealanders needing work are prioritised, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says.

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Freshwater commissioners and fast-track consenting convenor appointed - Parker

Professor Peter Skelton CNZM has been appointed as Chief Freshwater Commissioner and Alternate Environment Court Judge Craig James Thompson as Deputy Chief Freshwater Commissioner for the newly established Freshwater Planning Process (FPP).

Statement on Hamish Walker - Muller

Hamish Walker has informed me that he received and then disclosed health information regarding active Covid-19 cases to members of the media.

New Zealand First calls for tahr cull halt - Mark Patterson

New Zealand First is supporting calls by hunters and the New Zealand Tahr Foundation (NZTF) to halt a large scale cull of Himalayan Tahr by the Department of Conservation in National Parks.

Reduce reliance on migration and upskill Kiwis - NZIER

New Zealand has put up a ‘no entry’ sign. We have stopped international tourism. Historically high rates of inward economic migration have fallen to a trickle, forgoing what has been at best a small positive impact on GDP per capita.

Response to Spin-off allegations - Peters

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters today scoffed at suggestions that a team of six political operatives have been dispatched to New Zealand to assist his campaign.

‘As President Ronald Reagan once said, ‘there they go again.’

Govt must not pass up opportunity for transformation - Greenpeace

Greenpeace says the newly released Government plan for the Primary Sector is a missed opportunity to build back better.

Relief for temporary migrants, employers and NZers - Lees-Galloway

The Government is making immediate short-term changes to visa settings to support temporary migrants already onshore in New Zealand and their employers, while also ensuring New Zealanders needing work are prioritised, Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway says.

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Feedback sought: Commercial Film and Video Production Facilities - Poto Williams

The Associate Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration, Poto Williams, is seeking feedback on a proposal to better enable the development and operation of commercial film and video facilities in Christchurch.