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Goodhew: Improving Ambulance Services

Goodhew: Improving Ambulance Services

National Party members of the Health Select Committee are supporting recommendations to make ambulances services safer.

Coleman: Thanks For The Vote Of Confidence, Trev

National Party Broadcasting spokesman Jonathan Coleman is welcoming the Minister's support for aspects of National's broadcasting policy which was released yesterday.

Cullen: National Signals Kiwisaver Cuts - Again

National must come clean on their plans for KiwiSaver after a second National MP has accidentally revealed plans to cut contributions to the scheme, Finance Minister Michael Cullen said today.

Barker: Confidential Listening And Assistance Service To Support Victims Of Abuse In State Care

8 July 2008 - Internal Affairs Minister Rick Barker today announced the appointment of Judge Carolyn Henwood as Chair to the confidential Listening and Assistance Service, and released its terms of reference.

Dalziel: Dianne Yates Appointed To FSANZ Board

8 July 2008 - Food Safety Minister Lianne Dalziel is delighted that former Labour list MP Dianne Yates has been appointed to the Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) Board for four years.

Kedgley: National's Broadcasting Policy - More Of The Same

Kedgley: National's Broadcasting Policy - More Of The Same

Green Party MP Sue Kedgley says that National's Broadcasting Policy, announced today is likely to add further commercial pressure to an already fragile public broadcasting environment.

Mallard: National Signals It Will Prepare TVNZ For Sale

Mallard: National Signals It Will Prepare TVNZ For Sale

National's plans for broadcasting are a Trojan horse for the ultimate privatisation of Television New Zealand and Radio New Zealand, Broadcasting Minister Trevor Mallard said today.

National's 90 Day Policy Would Lower Wages - EPMU

National's 90 Day Policy Would Lower Wages - EPMU

At a time when New Zealanders need to raise their wages to deal with skyrocketing costs of living the National Party is pledging policy that would do the exact opposite says the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union.

Coleman: Broadcasting Policy: Diversity & Choice

7 July 2008 - National Party Broadcasting spokesman Jonathan Coleman has released the party's broadcasting policy today.

Collins: Drug And Alcohol Beneficiaries - A-G To Investigate

Collins: Drug And Alcohol Beneficiaries - A-G To Investigate

7 July 2008 - Answers are needed on what Labour is doing to help the number of beneficiaries claiming sickness and invalid benefits for drug or alcohol problems, says National's Welfare spokeswoman, Judith Collins.