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Robertson: Time For Key To Rein In Ryall And Tolley

Prime Minister John Key must ensure his Ministers aren't over-stepping the mark following concerns from polytechnic bosses over Beehive pressure on wage settlements with staff, Labour's State Services spokesperson Grant Robertson said today.

Cosgrove: Key And Collins In A Mess Over Police Stations Closures

Prime Minister John Key and Police Minister Judith Collins are all over the place on plans to sell off police stations, Labour law and order spokesman Clayton Cosgrove says.

Bennett: Kiwis Asked To Back New 'Never Shake A Baby' Campaign

Bennett: Kiwis Asked To Back New 'Never Shake A Baby' Campaign

New Zealanders are being asked to back a new campaign to prevent babies being shaken, says the Minister for Social Development and Employment Paula Bennett.

Collins Blowing Smoke On Police Stations Closure Plans

Collins Blowing Smoke On Police Stations Closure Plans

Police Minister Judith Collins' attempted defence of plans to close police stations due to Budget cuts are laughable, Labour law and order spokesman Clayton Cosgrove says.

Kiwis Can Speak Out On Mining

Kiwis Can Speak Out On Mining

New Zealanders will have a chance to speak out against mining in their national parks, marine reserves and wildlife sanctuaries through a Green Party petition announced today.

Labour Earmarked Dozens Of Stations For Closure

The police do not have a list of police stations identified for closure, unlike the previous Labour government under which secret reports were written targeting dozens of North Island police stations, Police Minister Judith Collins said.

Govt Takes Primary Health Care Forward

Govt Takes Primary Health Care Forward

The Government is moving to achieve the unrealised goals of the Primary Health Care Strategy, announced Health Minister Tony Ryall.

Minister Joins Leaders To Remember Start Of WWII

Minister Joins Leaders To Remember Start Of WWII

Veterans Affairs Minister Judith Collins today joined world leaders at a ceremony in Poland to mark the 70th anniversary of the start of World War II.

Fiji's Suspension Unfortunate, But Inevitable

Fiji's Suspension Unfortunate, But Inevitable

Fiji's suspension from the Commonwealth is regrettable but inevitable given the failure to take any steps to restore democracy to Fijian people, says Labour Leader Phil Goff.

Power: Section 92A: Summary Of Submissions Released

Power: Section 92A: Summary Of Submissions Released

Commerce Minister Simon Power today announced the release of a summary of submissions received in response to the Section 92A proposal document put out for public consultation in July.