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Proposal To Remove Tobacco From Public View

Proposal To Remove Tobacco From Public View

Consultation will begin this week on a proposal to ban the display of tobacco products in all retail outlets in New Zealand.

Dunne: April 1 Tax Changes Promote Fairness, Boost Business

Dunne: April 1 Tax Changes Promote Fairness, Boost Business

Tax changes taking effect tomorrow are in line with the Government's vision to make the tax system fairer and encourage productivity through saving and enterprise, Revenue Minister Peter Dunne said today.

Minister Welcomes Draft Code Of Conduct For Financial Advisers

Commerce Minister Simon Power has today welcomed the publication of the draft Code of Professional Conduct for Authorised Financial Advisers.

Minister Announces Student Gallipoli Winners

Veterans' Affairs Minister Judith Collins today announced the 21 students who will be joining the official New Zealand contingent at Gallipoli for this year's ANZAC commemorations.

Banks: Taxi Drivers Must Feel Safe

Auckland Mayor John Banks has welcomed the indication from Transport Minister Steven Joyce that taxis will be required to have video cameras installed in time for the Rugby World Cup.

Amalgamation Study Petition Lodged With Local Government Commission

The petition calling for a review of Council amalgamation options is being sent to the Local Government Commission today.

Labour Opposes Suspending Access To The Internet As A Penalty

Labour Opposes Suspending Access To The Internet As A Penalty

Labour today announced it would support the Government's Copyright Infringement File Sharing Amendment Bill but remains strongly opposed to some aspects of the Bill.

Minister To Recommend Cameras In Taxis

Transport Minister Steven Joyce today met with representatives from the taxi industry to discuss a report from officials recommending that security cameras are made mandatory in all taxis operating in our major towns and cities.

McCully Throws Tanty On Whaling - Labour

McCully Throws Tanty On Whaling - Labour

Labour's Chris Carter says Foreign Minister Murray McCully's refusal to clarify his Government's position on allowing limited commercial whaling to proceed is petty.

Harawira Speech On Environment Canterbury Sackings

Harawira Speech On Environment Canterbury Sackings

Hone Harawira, MP for Te Tai Tokerau: Kia ora tatou katoa e te Whare. Whenever this House goes into urgency - and it has been happening a lot lately - we sacrifice the principle of democracy.