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Beaumont: Do-Nothing Minister's Poor Advice To Families Struggling With Soaring Food Bills - 'Shop Around'

Beaumont: Do-Nothing Minister's Poor Advice To Families Struggling With Soaring Food Bills - 'Shop Around'

Heather Roy's pathetic shoulder-shrugging over the news Kiwi families are facing faster-rising grocery prices than almost every other OECD country is not good enough, says Labour's Consumer Affairs Spokesperson Carol Beaumont.

Values On Land To Be Protected

Values On Land To Be Protected

Government Departments, State-Owned Enterprises and Crown entities have been advised what values the Government expects to be considered when Crown land is being disposed of.

Release Of Section 59 Review

Release Of Section 59 Review

A review of the section 59 law change has been tabled today in Parliament, says Social Development and Employment Minister Paula Bennett.

Williamson: Faster, Cheaper Building Consents On The Way

Williamson: Faster, Cheaper Building Consents On The Way

Building and Construction Minister Maurice Williamson says the introduction of the National Multiple-Use Approval service meets the Government's promise to cut red tape and to reduce compliance costs in the building sector.

Williamson: Pilot Project To Facilitate Passengers Between The United States And New Zealand

Williamson: Pilot Project To Facilitate Passengers Between The United States And New Zealand

"New Zealanders travelling on selected Air New Zealand flights to Los Angeles will shortly have an improved travel experience as a result of a joint project between U.S.

Tolley: $29.8 Million Boost For School Buildings

Tolley: $29.8 Million Boost For School Buildings

Education Minister Anne Tolley has today announced additional funding of $29.8 million for new buildings at 27 schools across New Zealand.

English: NZ Comes Through Financial Crisis In Good Shape

English: NZ Comes Through Financial Crisis In Good Shape

New Zealand's banking and finance sector is coming through the global financial and economic crisis in relatively good shape, Finance Minister Bill English says.

Cunliffe: Banking Inquiry Shows Banks Did Not Pass On Full OCR Cuts

Cunliffe: Banking Inquiry Shows Banks Did Not Pass On Full OCR Cuts

The multi-party Parliamentary Banking Inquiry has confirmed that banks did not pass on the full effect of reductions in the Official Cash Rate to hard-working Kiwis struggling to make ends meet, says Labour Finance spokesperson David Cunliffe.

Speech - Turia: National Community-government Forum

Tena koutou katoa

You know it is a really wonderful thing to be amongst people who have such a generosity of spirit in the work you are doing in our communities - and I want to thank you for the work that you are doing.

Urgent Inquiry Into Monetary Policy Now

Urgent Inquiry Into Monetary Policy Now

We must put party politics aside and come up with a new approach to monetary policy which supports people in New Zealand who produce tradeable goods, rather than those who speculate on property and take the profits off-shore, says MP for Wigram and Progressive Party leader, Jim Anderton.