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Rest Homes Are Not Prisons

Rest Homes Are Not Prisons

The Green party strongly supports the Hastings Coroner's call for an overhaul of the aged care sector, and his call for an urgent review of staffing levels in aged care facilities.

Astounding 40 Percent Tax Claim Arrogant And Wrong

Astounding 40 Percent Tax Claim Arrogant And Wrong

Prime Minister John Key's arrogance in falsely claiming that 40 percent of New Zealanders don't pay tax is astounding, says Labour Revenue spokesperson Stuart Nash.

Stuart Nash said the motives for Mr Key's attack on hard-working Kiwis were clearly highly political.

Multiproof : Faster, Smarter Building Consents For Volume Builders

MultiProof, a new streamlined National Multiple-use Approval Service for volume builders, was launched today by Building and Construction Minister Maurice Williamson.

New Dedicated Elective Theatres For Auckland Confirmed

New Dedicated Elective Theatres For Auckland Confirmed

Four new operating theatres dedicated to elective operations in Auckland, have been given the go-ahead by the Government.

Health Minister Tony Ryall has confirmed the plans for the Auckland DHB's Greenlane campus.

Speech: New Zealander Of The Year : Semi-Finalists - Hon Tariana Turia

Speech: New Zealander Of The Year : Semi-Finalists - Hon Tariana Turia

I am so proud to be here tonight, to pay tribute to those champions within our midst who willingly, cheerfully build our communities.

Robertson & Pillay: Labour Urges Government To Listen On Special Education

Robertson & Pillay: Labour Urges Government To Listen On Special Education

Labour has welcomed the release of the Government's consultation document on the review of special education and is urging it to take seriously the submissions of parents, students and other interested parties.

Tim Groser: Address To Kea China

Tim Groser: Address To Kea China

Beijing, China

Maori Party Welcomes Kainga Whenua Initiative

Housing spokesperson and Māori Party co-leader, Tariana Turia, is proud that another key milestone in the Māori Party's policy manifesto has been achieved with the Housing Minister's announcement of a new home ownership product called Kāinga Whenua.

Minister Releases Special Education Review Discussion Document

Minister Releases Special Education Review Discussion Document

Associate Minister of Education Heather Roy today opened public consultation on the Review of Special Education initiated as part of ACT and National's commitment to providing all students in New Zealand with the opportunities and tools they need to fulfil their potential.

Speech: Review Of Special Education 2010 - Hon Heather Roy

Speech: Review Of Special Education 2010 - Hon Heather Roy

Review of Special Education 2010

Hon Heather Roy speech to launch the 'Review of Special Education: discussion document'; Evans Bay Intermediate, Wellington; Wednesday, February 3 2010.

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