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Deaf Student Selected For Gallipoli Trip

Associate Minister of Education Heather Roy and Minister of Disability Issues Tariana Turia today welcomed the announcement from Veterans' Affairs Minister Judith Collins that a student with special needs has been selected to join the official New Zealand contingent to Gallipoli for this year's A

NZ To Host First Global Research Alliance Meeting

NZ To Host First Global Research Alliance Meeting

The Government today released details of an ambitious international plan to produce more food with fewer emissions.

Goff & Parker: National Window Dressing On Seabed And Foreshore

Goff & Parker: National Window Dressing On Seabed And Foreshore

National's preferred option on the foreshore and seabed shows that the whole process has been window dressing, Labour Leader Phil Goff said today.

Bullying No Way To Start Foreshore And Seabed Consultation

Bullying No Way To Start Foreshore And Seabed Consultation

John Key's threat to retain the current foreshore and seabed legislation if Māori don't like his proposals is a patronising and inappropriate way to begin consultation, said the Green Party today.

Govt Seeks Public Views On Foreshore And Seabed Solutions

In announcing the Government is seeking public feedback on options to replace the Foreshore and Seabed Act, Prime Minister John Key says it is important for all New Zealanders to see the matter resolved effectively once and for all.

Foreshore And Seabed Consultation Document Released

The government is seeking feedback from the public on a consultation document released today setting out options for a possible replacement of the Foreshore and Seabed Act, and outlining the government's proposal, Attorney-General Chris Finlayson said.

Over To The People Now - Sharples

Over To The People Now - Sharples

Maori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples is urging tangata whenua and all New Zealanders to have their say on what should replace the Foreshore and Seabed Act.

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.