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New Enviro Tool For Businesses Launched

New Enviro Tool For Businesses Launched

15 JULY 2009 - A new web-based management tool to help businesses take the first steps towards understanding and improving their environmental and economic performance was launched today by Commerce Minister Simon Power.

RIANZ Applauds Commitment To Creative Industries' Rights

RIANZ Applauds Commitment To Creative Industries' Rights

15 JULY 2009 - The Recording Industry Association of New Zealand is pleased that the government remains committed to protecting the rights of the creative industries.

Clinical Network To Reform Inadequate Cardiac Services

15 JULY 2009 - The country's leading heart surgeons have formed the National Cardiac Clinical Network to lead much needed reform of New Zealand's cardiac surgical services.

Funding Injection For Children's Health Camps

Funding Injection For Children's Health Camps

15 JULY 2009 - The Government is to invest an extra $1.5 million into Children's Health Camps each year.

All Talk And No Jobs

All Talk And No Jobs

15 JULY 2009 - National is talking big about agriculture, but it's running up a surrender flag with no new ideas, Opposition agriculture spokesperson Jim Anderton says.

Seddon Bennington Great Ambassador For Te Papa

15 JULY 2009 - Labour MPs Steve Chadwick and Grant Robertson have paid tribute to Te Papa chief executive Seddon Bennington, and expressed sorrow at his death and the death of his tramping companion Marcella Jackson.

NZ Free To Give Consumers Choice On Folic Acid

NZ Free To Give Consumers Choice On Folic Acid

Green MP Sue Kedgley said there is no Australasian standard requiring New Zealand to fortify bread with folic acid.

Statement On Death Of Dr Seddon Bennington

Statement On Death Of Dr Seddon Bennington

Arts Culture and Heritage Minister Christopher Finlayson expressed his sorrow at the death of Te Papa chief executive Seddon Bennington.

"Seddon Bennington served Te Papa and the people of New Zealand well over his seven years as chief executive," said Mr Finlayson.

Key Speech On Economy Exposes Lack Of Plan

Prime Minister John Key's speech on the economy today exposes National's lack of a plan to boost the economy and keep New Zealanders in work, says Labour finance spokesperson David Cunliffe.

Turia Announces Boost For Research Website

Tariana Turia is pleased to announce a $25,000 boost for the Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Research Centre so it can continue to share knowledge across the community sector.