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Hodgson: Murkiness Remains Over Richard Worth's Business Interests

Hodgson: Murkiness Remains Over Richard Worth's Business Interests

Internal Affairs Richard Worth's self-inflicted misery continues after it was revealed today that he has a shareholding in yet another Indian-focused company despite assuring the media yesterday that 'I have resigned from everything, absolutely everything'.

Kedgley: Green Party 'School Food Campaign' Launch

Kedgley: Green Party 'School Food Campaign' Launch

Green Party MP Sue Kedgley is launching a nationwide petition and a School Food Campaign at 12.30pm tomorrow. The petition calls for healthy food in school canteens, and for gardens in schools.

Dyson: Tell Us The Full Story Mr Ryall

Dyson: Tell Us The Full Story Mr Ryall

While Health Minister Tony Ryall is busy announcing plans to expand the North Shore Emergency Department, behind the scenes he is equally busy cutting services which were designed to keep people out of hospitals, Labour Health spokesperson Ruth Dyson said today.

Tolley All Talk On Making Early Childhood A Priority

Tolley All Talk On Making Early Childhood A Priority

Education Minister Anne Tolley has failed to stack up her claims in Parliament that early childhood education (ECE) is a high priority for her Government, Labour Associate Education (ECE) spokesperson Sue Moroney said today.

Ryall: $36m To Improve North Shore Emergency Department

Ryall: $36m To Improve North Shore Emergency Department

The Ministers of Health and Finance have approved $36 million to improve North Shore Hospital's emergency department.

Joyce: Victoria Park Project Accelerated

Joyce: Victoria Park Project Accelerated

Transport Minister Steven Joyce has today announced that construction on the Victoria Park project on State Highway 1 in Auckland will commence almost a year earlier than previously planned, thanks to the government's billion dollar boost for state highways.

World Autism Awareness Day

World Autism Awareness Day

Today, World Autism Awareness Day, is a day for New Zealanders and the international community to reflect on the challenges children, young people and adults affected by autism face, says Lynne Pillay Labour spokesperson for Disability Issues.

Collins: Minister Welcomes Expert Panel To Oversee Probation

Collins: Minister Welcomes Expert Panel To Oversee Probation

Corrections Minister Hon Judith Collins today welcomed the appointment of the chairperson and members of the expert panel to oversee improvements to the Department of Corrections' Community Probation and Psychological Service (CPPS).

Power: Commerce Commission Appointments Confirmed

Power: Commerce Commission Appointments Confirmed

The appointments to the Commerce Commission of Dr Mark Berry as the new Chair and Anita Mazzoleni as a member have been confirmed, Commerce Minister Simon Power said today.

Coleman: Minister Welcomes Decision On Mck Metals

Coleman: Minister Welcomes Decision On Mck Metals

2 APRIL 2009 - Minister of Immigration, Dr Jonathan Coleman has welcomed Immigration New Zealand's decision to cancel the Variation of Conditions issued to six foreign workers at Taranaki firm, MCK Metals Pacific Ltd.