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Greens: Elitist Govt Leaves Kiwis In The Poo

Greens: Elitist Govt Leaves Kiwis In The Poo

22 December 2008 - Ordinary Kiwis who like to swim in a river, surf at a beach, catch a fish or collect shellfish have been left drowning in cow effluent while the Government has exclusive meetings with industrial agriculture companies over the future of water in our country, says the Green Party

Ryall: Emergency Department Performance Falling

Ryall: Emergency Department Performance Falling

21 December 2008 - "Evidence just keeps piling up of the mess we've inherited in Health from the previous Labour Government " says new Health Minister Tony Ryall.

McCully: Air Force Spots Blacklisted Boat In Southern Ocean

McCully: Air Force Spots Blacklisted Boat In Southern Ocean

19 December 2008 - New Zealand is urging Spain to take action against Spanish-based owners of a blacklisted fishing boat spotted by an Air Force Orion on a Southern Ocean patrol, Foreign Minister Murray McCully said today.

Key: Cabinet Committees Announced

Key: Cabinet Committees Announced

19 December 2008 - Details of the make-up of the new National-led Government's Cabinet committees were announced today by Prime Minister John Key.

"A new development is the inclusion of support party Ministers as members of Cabinet committees," says Mr Key.

Williamson: Investigation Into Timber Allegations - Update

Williamson: Investigation Into Timber Allegations - Update

"I have received a report on the investigation into allegations concerning the use of non load-bearing timber for trusses and frames," says Building and Construction Minister Maurice Williamson.

Smith: Minister Decides Board Of Inquiry Best Process For Turitea Wind Farm Proposal

Smith: Minister Decides Board Of Inquiry Best Process For Turitea Wind Farm Proposal

19 December 2008 - Environment Minister Nick Smith today announced his decision to refer the Mighty River Power proposal for a 131-turbine wind farm at Turitea, near Palmerston North, to an independent Board of Inquiry.

Joyce: Stay Safe On The Roads This Festive Season

Joyce: Stay Safe On The Roads This Festive Season

19 December 2008 - Transport Minister Steven Joyce is urging motorists to take care on the roads this festive season.

Collins: Corrections Minister Makes Historic Visit To Prison

Collins: Corrections Minister Makes Historic Visit To Prison

18 December 2008 - Corrections Minister Judith Collins today visited Rimutaka Prison in the first official inspection of a New Zealand prison by a woman Corrections Minister.

Tolley: Remarkables Primary School

Tolley: Remarkables Primary School

18 December 2008 - Education Minister Anne Tolley today announced capital funding of $17.3 million for a new primary school in Queenstown, Remarkables Primary School.

Collins: Bill Clamps Down On Prison Contraband And Crime

Collins: Bill Clamps Down On Prison Contraband And Crime

18 December 2008 - The Government today reintroduced a Bill to the House that would make it harder for inmates to bring prohibited items into prison and commit crimes.