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No Additional Regulation For Property Managers

No Additional Regulation For Property Managers

review has found that additional regulation of property managers is not justified, says Associate Minister of Justice Nathan Guy.

Milk Auction For 2010/11 Deferred

Milk Auction For 2010/11 Deferred

Agriculture Minister David Carter has announced the deferral of the regulated milk auction due in November.

New Bill Good For Dolphins And Fishing Industry

New Zealand's iconic dolphins, sea lions and albatrosses have renewed hope for their protection with the drawing of a Green Party Bill from the Members' ballot today.

Bill Boosts Law Enforcement Tools

bill that will boost the tools available to law enforcement agencies to fight crime was introduced to the House today by Justice Minister Simon Power.

Government Improves Water Quality Monitoring

Government Improves Water Quality Monitoring

"An important part of the Government's strategy to address fresh water quality is improving the standard and frequency of monitoring", Environment Minister Nick Smith said today in addressing Fish & Game New Zealand's annual staff conference.

Minister Admits "Back To Square One" On Memorial Park

Minister Admits "Back To Square One" On Memorial Park

Arts and Culture Minster Christopher Finlayson has admitted there is no guarantee that the New Zealand War Memorial Park project will proceed, Wellington Central MP Grant Robertson said.

Government Invests In Parents

Government Invests In Parents

More than half a million dollars is to be invested around the country in the parents of pre-schoolers, says the Minister for Social Development and Employment Paula Bennett.

She's today announced $690,666 in funding for 27 community initiatives working with parents.

Pillay: Insult To Injury For Disabled People

Pillay: Insult To Injury For Disabled People

1 JULY 2009 - "Disabled people's voices in New Zealand have been shut down" says Lynne Pillay Labour Spokesperson for Disability Issues.

On Tuesday Paula Bennett was removed from her role as Minister for Disability Issues.

Tolley: Changes Reduce Bureaucracy Around Early Childhood Regulations

Tolley: Changes Reduce Bureaucracy Around Early Childhood Regulations

1 JULY 2009 - Changes to regulations covering early childhood education services will reduce unnecessary bureaucracy while ensuring the health and safety of children, Education Minister Anne Tolley said today.

Greens: Greens Condemn Israel's Boarding Of Aid Ship To Gaza

Greens: Greens Condemn Israel's Boarding Of Aid Ship To Gaza

1 July 2009 - The Green Party have called for the Israeli government to immediately release humanitarians from several countries detained, reportedly in international waters, while bringing an aid shipment to the Gaza strip.