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Korero: Ngati Tuwharetoa, Raukawa, And Te Arawa River - Te Ururoa Flavell

Ngati Tuwharetoa, Raukawa, and Te Arawa River

Iwi Waikato River Bill: Third Reading, Thursday 21st October 2010

Flavell Confident He Can Be Open-Minded On Foreshore

Flavell Confident He Can Be Open-Minded On Foreshore

Wellington, Oct 27 NZPA - Maori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell is confident he can listen to submitters and remain unbiased when representing his party on the committee considering replacement legislation for the Foreshore and Seabed Act.

Regulation Reversal Will Save Households

Regulations come into force today that reverse a Labour Government decision to require hundreds of household products like washing powders and household cleaners be sold in child-resistant plastic containers.

Green Party: Invest In Homes Not Landlord Subsidies

The Government needs to invest in building new houses to address the current shortage of 70,000 homes, otherwise there will be a massive blowout in housing subsidies to landlords.

Govt Reverses Plastic Container Regulations

Govt Reverses Plastic Container Regulations

Wellington, Oct 27 NZPA - The Government has reversed regulations approved by the previous government which would have required hundreds of household products to be sold in child-resistant plastic containers.

Next Step For Considering Criminalisation Of Cartels

Next Step For Considering Criminalisation Of Cartels

Commerce Minister Simon Power today announced that the Government will release a draft exposure bill on the criminalisation of cartels.

Green Party: Don't Turn Hobbiton Into Mordor, Mr Key

Green Party: Don't Turn Hobbiton Into Mordor, Mr Key

Overseas investors should have no say in changing New Zealand laws, Green Party industrial relations spokesperson Keith Locke said today.

Eight Candidates Stand In Mana By-Election

Eight Candidates Stand In Mana By-Election

The Electoral Commission has released the details of who is standing and where people can vote in the 20 November Mana by-election.

Security Concerns Keep Politicians From Their iPads

Security Concerns Keep Politicians From Their iPads

Wellington, Oct 27 NZPA - Politicians love their gadgets and several are upset security protocols mean they are not permitted to link their new iPads into the Parliamentary computer network.

PM Receives Education Funds From ROC

Prime Minister Danny Philip has today received the final portion of the Funding Support for the 2010 Solomon Islands Government Training and Education Award from the Ambassador of ROC (Taiwan) HE George Chan.