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Ryall: Health Update: New Zealand Health Response In Samoa Winds Down

New Zealand's emergency medical response to help tsunami victims in Samoa is winding down.

Carter: Hayes Needs To Apologise

The attack on the Governments of three Pacific territories associated with New Zealand by a senior National MP is unprecedented and must be condemned by John Key, Labour's Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Chris Carter said today.

Turia: NZ Support For People With Disability In The Pacific

Turia: NZ Support For People With Disability In The Pacific

Minister for Disability Issues Tariana Turia has today stressed New Zealand's commitment to increasing social and economic participation by people with disability in the Pacific.

Laban: Hayes Acting As "stalking Horse" For National In The Pacific

Foreign Affairs Select Committee chair John Hayes is clearly acting as a "stalking horse" for National in wanting to administer Pacific nations like Tokelau and the Cook islands as local government organisations, Labour's Pacific Island Affairs spokesperson Luamanuvao Winnie Laban said today.

Poroporoaki Ki A Arapeta Tahana

Pokarekare ana nga wai o Rotoiti i te hau makariri o te mate! Tangi ana nga parikarangaranga o Ngati Pikiao i te aue o te iwi kainga!

Libz Applaud Proposed Acc Excess Surcharge

Libertarianz Party leader Richard McGrath said his party would back the introduction of an excess of $100 payable by ACC claimants for the treatment of their injuries, as long as premium holders were refunded accordingly.

PM Launches $1 Million Prizes For Science

PM Launches $1 Million Prizes For Science

PM launches $1 million Prizes for Science

Prime Minister John Key has delivered on another promise to the science community by launching the inaugural Prime Minister's Prizes for Science.

Speech: Health Minister Tony Ryall - Emergency Departments Conference Taupo. 23 10 09.

Introduction:

Good morning, this is the second day of the New Zealand Emergency Departments' Conference. Thank you Midland ECCT for inviting me here to talk - and for organising such a well planned, thought provoking conference.

Capital Landmark To Change Hands

The Government is set to hand Wellington's iconic Carter Observatory over to the Wellington City Council.

The Carter Observatory Act Repeal Bill received its first reading in Parliament yesterday. It transfers the assets of the Carter Observatory Board to the council.

Drive Safe This Labour Day Weekend

Drive Safe This Labour Day Weekend

Transport Minister Steven Joyce is urging motorists to take care on the roads this Labour Day weekend.

"This is the first long weekend in a few months and, with more Kiwis choosing to holiday in New Zealand this year, it's likely that the roads will be unusually busy.