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Speech - McCully: Address To NZ-Fiji Business Council

Speech - McCully: Address To NZ-Fiji Business Council

Thank you for the opportunity to address members of the NZ Fiji Business Council today.

Last year two-way trade between New Zealand and Fiji totalled $434 million, with New Zealand exports to Fiji accounting for $363 million, and imports from Fiji worth $71 million.

Libertarianz: PM's Clumsy Bribe Insults Dignity Of Maori

Libertarianz: PM's Clumsy Bribe Insults Dignity Of Maori

Libertarianz leader Richard McGrath branded the National Government's decision to take money from working people in order to insulate homes owned by Maori families as despicable, and likely part of a political trade-off with the Maori Party.

McCully: NZ Supporting US-Led Response To Pandemic

McCully: NZ Supporting US-Led Response To Pandemic

New Zealand is fully supportive of a United States-led initiative to ensure developing countries can fight an influenza pandemic, Foreign Minister Murray McCully said today.

Prime Minister To Face Family Groups At Forum

Prime Minister To Face Family Groups At Forum

Over 120 delegates representing 70 family-focused organisations are gathering in Auckland today for the fourth annual NZ Forum on the Family, hosted by Family First NZ.

Look For Unity, Sharples Urges Whanganui

Look For Unity, Sharples Urges Whanganui

The Minister of Maori Affairs, Dr Pita Sharples, has welcomed the NZ Geographic Board's recommendation that the 'h' be restored to the name of Whanganui city.

Huo Will Continue To Fight For Asian Voice In Auckland

Huo Will Continue To Fight For Asian Voice In Auckland

Labour Associate Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Raymond Huo will continue to advocate for an Asian voice in Auckland governance despite his amendment to set up an Asian Advisory Board being defeated by the Government and its allies.

Maori Party ETS 'Wins' As Clear As Mud

Maori Party ETS 'Wins' As Clear As Mud

The so-called wins made by the Maori Party over the ETS deal appear to be disintegrating by the day and highlight how shambolic the negotiations must have been, Labour's Associate Energy spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.

Renewable Power Generation Increases

Renewable Power Generation Increases

The Minister of Energy and Resources says a high level of renewable electricity generation has been recorded in the latest New Zealand Energy Quarterly release this afternoon.

Judicial Appointments Announced

Auckland High Court Judge Hon Justice Helen Winkelmann has been appointed Chief High Court Judge to replace Hon Justice Anthony Randerson when he joins the bench of the Court of Appeal next year, Attorney-General Christopher Finlayson announced today.

Will Ace Redundancies Cost More Than The Ace Cuts?

"I hope Anne Tolley thinks the cuts to Adult and Community Education are worth it once the redundancies start biting," says Maryan Street, Labour's Tertiary Education Spokesperson.