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Industry Leaders Warn Of Imminent Oil Crunch

The Green Party is calling on our Government to prepare for a significant oil crunch, in light of an industry led report warning the UK Government about the threat of rising oil prices.

Opponents To Govt ACC Cuts To March On Parliament Today

Opponents To Govt ACC Cuts To March On Parliament Today

Supporters of ACC from across the spectrum will be marching on parliament at lunchtime today to voice their anger at the government's plan to raise ACC levies, cut entitlements and coverage, and privatise the work account.

Creative NZ Governance Streamlined

Creative NZ Governance Streamlined

Creative New Zealand's four governing bodies will be streamlined into a single board to improve its effectiveness and to free up resources that would be better directed to artists, under a proposal announced today by Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Christopher Finlayson.

Speech: Inaugural International Indigenous Problem Gambling Symposium - Hon Tariana Turia

Speech: Inaugural International Indigenous Problem Gambling Symposium - Hon Tariana Turia

Inaugural International Indigenous Problem Gambling Symposium - Practice, research and knowledge gathering

Tamatekapua, Te Paipaiouru Marae, Ohinemutu, Rotorua

Hon Tariana Turia, Associate Minister of Health

Monday 15 February 2010; 2pm

John Key's Success Scrutinised In New Book

John Key's Success Scrutinised In New Book

A new book is set to uncover the secrets of John Key and National's success in the 2008 general election.

Turia: New Zealand Hosts A World Health Organisation Meeting

Turia: New Zealand Hosts A World Health Organisation Meeting

New Zealand is hosting a World Health Organisation meeting, opening tomorrow in Auckland, aimed at promoting people to quit smoking across more than 160 countries.

Wilkinson: Submissions Sought On Part 6a Review

Wilkinson: Submissions Sought On Part 6a Review

Public submissions are being called for following the release today of a discussion document on the review of Part 6A of the Employment Relations Act 2000, says Minister of Labour Kate Wilkinson.

Bennett: Respect Beneficiaries

Bennett: Respect Beneficiaries

Reports of beneficiaries being approached by an advocacy group on the way to Work and Income have concerned Social Development Minister Paula Bennett.

Bennett: Report Shows Fresh Start Legislation Needed

Bennett: Report Shows Fresh Start Legislation Needed

"A report into the effectiveness of Youth Court Supervision orders on re-offending, released today, shows the Government's Fresh start legislation is urgently needed, " says Social Development Minister Paula Bennett

Greens: John Key Scrabbles For The Scraps Of Mining

Greens: John Key Scrabbles For The Scraps Of Mining

John Key's Government is playing down the true extent of mining in New Zealand in order to exploit our last remaining wild places, the Green Party said today.