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High Stakes In Trans Tasman ETS Harmonisation Move: Kiwis Risk $200m A Year In Extra Costs

High Stakes In Trans Tasman ETS Harmonisation Move: Kiwis Risk $200m A Year In Extra Costs

New Zealand taxpayers face paying an extra $200 million a year if the Government fails to properly think through how to harmonise Australian and New Zealand emissions trading schemes, Labour's Climate Change Issues spokesperson Charles Chauvel says.

Commission Of Inquiry Into Child Abuse Essential

Commission Of Inquiry Into Child Abuse Essential

'How many more children have to die before we do something?' Family First NZ is repeating its call for a Commission of Enquiry into the unacceptable levels of child abuse and deaths in NZ.

Digital Dividend Must Ensure No Digital Divide

Digital Dividend Must Ensure No Digital Divide

Regional New Zealanders deserve to know if they will benefit from some of the Government's 'digital dividend', says Labour's broadcasting spokesman Brendon Burns.

Regime Will Improve Quality Of Trustees' Supervision

Regime Will Improve Quality Of Trustees' Supervision

The Government has agreed to a new regime for corporate trustees and statutory supervisors who supervise debt issuers and some collective investment schemes, Commerce Minister Simon Power announced today.

Government Moves On Finance Company Moratoria

Government Moves On Finance Company Moratoria

The Government hopes to have regulations simplifying and clarifying disclosure obligations for finance company moratoria introduced by the end of the year.

Latest Developments And Legislative Objectives For Securities Law In New Zealand

Keynote Address to the 5th Annual Securities Law Update: 9.15am, Wednesday 26 August 2009 Duxton Hotel, Wellington

Thank you for the introduction and for welcoming me to the 5th Annual Securities Law Update.

New Securities Regulations Will Improve Disclosure

The Cabinet has approved new securities regulations that will improve the quality of disclosure to investors, improve flexibility for issuers, and reduce compliance costs, Commerce Minister Simon said today.

All Kiwis To Benefit From Lotteries' Record Year

All Kiwis To Benefit From Lotteries' Record Year

Internal Affairs Minister Nathan Guy said tonight that all New Zealanders will benefit from the record profit made by the New Zealand Lotteries Commission.

Telecom CEO Suitcases Of Money : Redundant Workers Nil

Telecom CEO Suitcases Of Money : Redundant Workers Nil

Labour's Associate Labour spokesperson Darien Fenton says the $5 million salary paid to Telecom Chief Paul Reynolds is a bitter pill for the frontline Telecom workers who are facing a terrible choice between lay-offs with no redundancy pay or buying their own jobs to work for up to 50% less pay.

McGrath: Parents Want Justice, Not 'comfort'

McGrath: Parents Want Justice, Not 'comfort'

"When less than 33% of eligible voters wanted MMP, we were landed with a system that allows electoral rejects back into parliament on party lists," said Libertarianz leader Richard McGrath.