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Speech: Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, And Compensation Amendment Bill - Rahui Katene

Speech: Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, And Compensation Amendment Bill - Rahui Katene

Injury Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Compensation Amendment Bill

Rahui Katene, MP for Te Tai Tonga

Third Reading; Wednesday 24 February 2010; 8pm

Smith: Affordable, Sustainable And Fair ACC

Smith: Affordable, Sustainable And Fair ACC

The Government's Accident Compensation Amendment Bill passed its third reading in Parliament today with the support of the ACT and United Future Parties.

ACC Changes Hurt Hawke's Bay Seasonal Workers

ACC Changes Hurt Hawke's Bay Seasonal Workers

Changes to ACC legislation will badly hurt Hawke's Bay seasonal workers and could act as a disincentive for people to undertake seasonal work, says Labour MP Rick Barker.

Gareth Hughes: Maiden Speech - Green Party Media Release

Gareth Hughes: Maiden Speech - Green Party Media Release

Kia ora Mr Speaker.

Moroney: Minister Of Women's Affairs Must Come Clean On Ministry's Future

Moroney: Minister Of Women's Affairs Must Come Clean On Ministry's Future

Minister of Women's Affairs Pansy Wong needs to say where she stands on rumours her Ministry will be axed, Labour Spokesperson for Women's Affairs Sue Moroney says.

Commercial Fisheries Value Cracks $4 Billion

Commercial Fisheries Value Cracks $4 Billion

New Zealand's commercial fisheries are making a vital contribution to the economy, highlighted by today's release of the Fish Monetary Stock account by Statistics New Zealand, which shows the value of commercial fisheries has passed $4 billion, Fisheries Minister Phil Heatley said today.

Wong Needs To Stop Talking And Start Doing

Wong Needs To Stop Talking And Start Doing

National's preoccupation with holding even more talkfests will do nothing to solve the alarming problem of increasing Asian unemployment in New Zealand, says Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo.

Ryall: Bonding Scheme For Health Grads Expanded

Ryall: Bonding Scheme For Health Grads Expanded

The Government has expanded eligibility for its voluntary bonding scheme for health graduates working in hard to staff areas and specialties.

Power: Govt Not Introducing Filing For Large Non-Issuer Companies

Power: Govt Not Introducing Filing For Large Non-Issuer Companies

The Government has decided that large non-issuer companies will not be required to file their financial statements with the Registrar of Companies.

Turia: Don A Bow Tie In Support Of Muscular Dystrophy

Turia: Don A Bow Tie In Support Of Muscular Dystrophy

Disabilities Issues Minister Tariana Turia is encouraging people to don a bow tie this week in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association's awareness campaign.