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Speech - Flavell: Education (Polytechnics) Amendment Bill

Speech - Flavell: Education (Polytechnics) Amendment Bill

Tēnā koe, Mr Speaker. Kia ora tātou katoa i tēnei ahiahi.

Speech - Flavell: Education (polytechnics) Amendment Bill

Tēnā koe, Mr Speaker. Kia ora tātou katoa i tēnei ahiahi.

Maori Party: Day Of Shame For Nelson Says Maori Party

The Maori Party is shocked to hear that 95 study places for people with intellectual disabilities look to be cut at Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.

Mapp: River Plate Battle Honoured At Navy Graduation

Mapp: River Plate Battle Honoured At Navy Graduation

New Navy junior officers and sailors are today's custodians of the values that distinguished New Zealand sailors fighting in the Battle of the River Plate, Defence Minister Wayne Mapp told a graduation parade at the Devonport Naval Base in Auckland today.

Smith: Govt To Consult With Industry On ETS Allocations

Smith: Govt To Consult With Industry On ETS Allocations

The Government today released a consultation document as a first step in the process of allocating emission units to industry under the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), Minister for Climate Change Issues Nick Smith says.

Roy: New Zealand Defence Force 'Reservist Of The Year'

Roy: New Zealand Defence Force 'Reservist Of The Year'

Associate Minister of Defence Heather Roy will tomorrow announce the inaugural New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) Reservist of the Year at a special award ceremony in Wellington.

"This new award is recognition of the contribution made by Reserves to the NZDF," Mrs Roy said.

Fenton: New Thinking Vital To Bringing Down Road Toll

Fenton: New Thinking Vital To Bringing Down Road Toll

Labour's Transport Safety spokesperson Darien Fenton has welcomed recent input into the road toll debate by well-known car industry commentator Clive Matthew-Wilson.

Maori Party: Maori Party Welcomes Research On Maori In Local Government

Maori Party: Maori Party Welcomes Research On Maori In Local Government

The Maori Party has welcomed research that local government authorities work more effectively when they have Maori representation.

Speech: Supporting Consumers And Building Effective Markets - Hon Heather Roy, Minister Of Consumer Affairs

Hon Heather Roy address to Consumer NZ 50th Board Meeting; Wellington; Friday, December 11 2009.

Good afternoon everyone. Thank you for the invitation to speak to you today.

Seven New Service Academies Confirmed

Seven new Service Academies will open at New Zealand secondary schools in 2010, Education Minister Anne Tolley has announced.