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King: Further Proof Government Has No Coherent Plan

King: Further Proof Government Has No Coherent Plan

Paula Bennett's pathetic mini backtrack on the Training Incentive Allowance also highlights the stupidity of the Government decision to remove the bonding obligations on Step Up Scholarship recipients, says Labour's Social Development spokesperson Annette King.

McCully: McCully Names New Ambassador To Germany

McCully: McCully Names New Ambassador To Germany

New Zealand's next Ambassador to Germany will be career diplomat Peter Rider, Foreign Minister Murray McCully said today.

Mr Rider will also have responsibility for New Zealand's relations with Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Slovak Republic, and Switzerland.

Ryall: Doctors, Nurses Dominate New National Health Board

Ryall: Doctors, Nurses Dominate New National Health Board

Seven of the ten new National Health Board (NHB) members announced today are doctors and nurses says Health Minister Tony Ryall.

Tolley & Joyce: 100 More Schools To Receive Broadband Boost

100 more schools around the country are set to receive ICT upgrades as part of the Government's commitment to high speed broadband in schools.

Finlayson: Statement On Justice Wilson

Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson said he had confirmed today that the Judicial Conduct Commissioner has received a complaint relating to Justice Wilson's failure to recuse himself from a Court of Appeal case despite the nature and extent of his financial relationship with counsel in the ca

New Green Plan For Jobs And More, Healthier Forests

New Green Plan For Jobs And More, Healthier Forests

New Zealand can create thousands of jobs and store millions of tonnes of carbon according to new research from the Green Party.

Meth Offences Put More Women Behind Bars

Methamphetamine-related offences are driving an increase in the number of women in New Zealand prisons, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said.

Nash: National's Failure To Rule Out GST Increase Alarming

Nash: National's Failure To Rule Out GST Increase Alarming

Finance Minister Bill English's failure to rule out an increase in GST should alarm low-income Kiwis and superannuitants, particularly given Mr English's warnings of a tough Budget next year, says Labour Revenue spokesperson Stuart Nash.

New Study Assistance For Beneficiaries

New Study Assistance For Beneficiaries

Some beneficiaries undertaking certain types of tertiary study will be eligible to borrow an additional $500 per year to help with their costs, says the Minister for Social Development and Employment.

Statement Regarding Hone Harawira From The Maori Party

Statement Regarding Hone Harawira From The Maori Party

Te Ururoa Flavell (Party whip):

The Maori Party has reached resolution of the process of whakahou wairua which is a process that restores the spirit of all those who have been affected by a particular action.