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New water regulator board announced as major Government reform moves forward - Mahuta

Major water reform has taken a step closer with the appointment of the inaugural board of the Taumata Arowai water services regulator, Hon Nanaia Mahuta says.

Dutch Parliament declares Uyghur genocide, NZ Parliament should too - Uyghur Solidarity NZ

Uyghur Solidarity Aotearoa NZ welcomes the declaration by the Dutch parliament recognising that the systematic, horrific oppression of the Uyghurs is genocide.

Air NZ on dangerous ground proposing health passport - NZ Outdoors Party

Air New Zealand and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) are on dangerous ground with their "Health Passport" policy for proof of a negative covid test or covid vaccine status for travelers.

Roadside drug testing delayed again - Nick Smith

More New Zealand lives will be lost due to drug impaired drivers as a result of the Government’s decision to further delay the introduction of roadside drug testing, National MP Dr Nick Smith says.

2020 Residents Satisfaction Survey confirms Council is on 'the right track'

The Annual Grey District Council Resident Satisfaction Survey has just been completed. The survey measures the resident’s satisfaction with the Council and the services provided. The survey has been undertaken on Council’s behalf by Opinions Market Research Limited.

Critical step to new housing deal for Pacific communities - Aupito William Sio

Today the Government has taken a key step to support Pacific people to becoming Community Housing providers, says the Minister for Pacific Peoples, Aupito William Sio.

Minister fudging more public housing numbers - Nicola Willis

Housing Minister Megan Woods should stop fudging the numbers around New Zealand’s public housing stock and just get on with building more houses, National’s Housing spokesperson Nicola Willis says.

Maori wards Bill passes third reading - Nanaia Mahuta

The Local Electoral (Māori Wards and Māori Constituencies) Amendment Bill passed its third reading today and will become law, Minister of Local Government Hon Nanaia Mahuta says.

Government hiding mental health progress - Matt Doocey

Mental health professionals across New Zealand are concerned progress on the Government’s promise to transform the mental health system has stalled, National’s Mental Health spokesperson Matt Doocey says.

Nash should front up to desperate tourism businesses - Todd McClay

Tourism destinations dependent on international visitors need urgent government action if they are to survive the Government’s closed border, National’s Tourism spokesperson Todd McClay says.