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Free Speech Coalition condemns assault on Shaw

Responding to the reported assault of Green Party co-Leader James Shaw, Free Speech Coalition spokesperson Patrick Corish says:

Membership of Australia New Zealand e-Invoicing Board - Nash

The Governments of Australia and New Zealand have announced the membership of the Australia and New Zealand Electronic Invoicing Board (ANZEIB) today.

Teachers who join students' strike tomorrow shouldn’t be paid - NZTU

The New Zealand Taxpayers' Union is calling on the Minister of Education to confirm that teachers who 'strike' with students at tomorrow's climate protests won't be paid for their time bunking off.

Minister leads pou whakairo ceremony in Santiago - Mahuta

Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta, who is on her first official mission to Chile, led the ceremony naming and gifting of a carved pou whakairo at the Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral in Santiago today.

Mid-Canterbury schools to get 99 new and upgraded classrooms - PM and Hipkins

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Education Minister Chris Hipkins have announced a major redevelopment of Ashburton College and Ellesmere College.

Humanist Society welcomes the repeal of NZ's Blasphemy Law

Yesterday New Zealand's outdated blasphemy law was officially struck from the lawbooks after receiving Royal Assent earlier this week.

LGNZ: Scrapping SHAs hamstrings housing

Local Government New Zealand is disappointed by the Government’s blanket decision to not renew the Special Housing Area (SHA) legislation, saying the policy needed refinement not a red line through it.

First step toward more life-saving organ transplants for NZers - Clark

Health Minister Dr David Clark says the Government is progressing legislation aimed at increasing the number of life-saving organ transplants for New Zealanders through improved donation rates.

Commissioner welcomes Select Committee’s Privacy Bill report

Privacy Commissioner John Edwards today welcomed the Justice Select Committee’s report on the Privacy Bill.

Speed Limit Bylaw consultation - Whangarei District Council

Whangarei District Council is making some changes to its Speed Limits Bylaw 2005 and would like your feedback.

Council is required to review speed limits across our District as part of a national "Safer Journey" programme.