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Cunliffe: Minister Welcomes Decision On Belhaven

Minister of Health David Cunliffe has welcomed a decision to move residents of the Belhaven Rest Home into a new home

Dunne - Royal Society Confirms Need For Robust Legislation

The statement today by the Royal Society of New Zealand's expert committee on climate has emphasised the need for legislation that will stand the test of time, said UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne.

Hughes Launches Health Practitioner Handbook

Hughes Launches Health Practitioner Handbook

Associate Minister for Social Development and Employment Darren Hughes has today launched the Work and Income Health Practitioner handbook saying it is a tool to help move Sickness and Invalid's beneficiaries back into work with the same kind of government focus that has seen unemployment benefit

Street & Cunliffe: Rewarewa Court To Get Million Dollar Make Over

10 July 2008 - The Government is investing more than a million dollars on upgrading Rewarewa Court in New Lynn, West Auckland over the next 12 months.

The block of 33 units, built in the 1970's, has had a history of maintenance issues dating back several years.

Norman: Royal Society Is Clear: Deniers Are Mischief Makers

Norman: Royal Society Is Clear: Deniers Are Mischief Makers

The Green Party welcomes the unambiguous statement today by the Royal Society of New Zealand's expert committee on climate.

Mallard: ANZ Analysis On Govt Spending Ignores The Facts

Mallard: ANZ Analysis On Govt Spending Ignores The Facts
10 July 2008 - A report by an ANZ bank economist has decided frontline spending at the Ministry of Social Development, Child Youth and Family and education services for children with special needs is "non-productive" or back-office spending, Associate Finance Minister Trevor Mallard said t

Goff & Street: Prisoners To Refurbish State Houses

Goff & Street: Prisoners To Refurbish State Houses

10 July 2008 - A new building construction yard at Spring Hill Prison will see prisoners refurbishing state houses for families in need while learning new skills, Corrections Minister Phil Goff and Housing Minister Maryan Street said today.

Ryall: Specialist Care Contracting To Big Cities Under Labour

10 July 2008 - There is more evidence today that under Labour, specialist healthcare is contracting to the big cities, with warnings of a critical shortage of obstetricians and gynaecologists.

Unitedfuture: Transparency Essential In Govt Spending

10 July 2008 - Greater public transparency in how the Government and government departments spend money is essential says UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne.

Alliance Party: Lack Of Obstetricians A Legacy Of Student Debt

10 JULY 2008 - Alliance Party Health Spokesperson Tom Dowie agrees with Greymouth Mayor Tony Kokshoorn that it is unacceptable for West Coast women to be forced to travel to give birth, due to the critical shortage of obstetricians.

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