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Cunliffe & Parker: Bollard Calls For Rebalancing Of New Zealand Economy

Cunliffe & Parker: Bollard Calls For Rebalancing Of New Zealand Economy

Reserve Bank Governor Dr Alan Bollard has confirmed the need for active rebalancing of the New Zealand economy, says Labour Finance Spokesperson David Cunliffe.

Carter: Older People Need To Be Financially Savvy Too

Senior Citizens Minister, John Carter, has today urged older people to take control of their finances and get budgeting advice if they need it.

Heatley: More Bad News For Paua Poachers

Fisheries Minister Phil Heatley today announced a new move to close the net around greedy paua poachers.

From October 1 the "accumulation defence" - claiming that large numbers of paua in your freezer are the result of many previous days fishing - will no longer wash.

Collins: Labour Knows Better Than Police?

The constant stream of misinformation flowing from Labour regarding the conduct of the Police undermines the good work done by New Zealand's law enforcement, Police Minister Judith Collins said today.

Speech - Turia: Spinz National Symposium 2009 Culture And Suicide Prevention In Aotearoa

Speech - Turia: Spinz National Symposium 2009 Culture And Suicide Prevention In Aotearoa

Ē ngā iwi, ē ngā reo, ē ngā mana rangatira ō te motu, he mihi maioha tēnei ki ā koutou katoa.

He mihi hoki ki ō tātau tūpuna, ki ngā tāongā tuku iho, i whakarērea mai ē rātau, hei tauira, hei korowai manāaki mai i a tātau i ngā wā katoa.

Speech - Anderton: World Suicide Prevention Day

Speech - Anderton: World Suicide Prevention Day

We are here to remember those lost to suicide and also to support those who grieve after loss. Every year we lose around five hundred New Zealanders who take their own lives - more than are killed on our roads each year.

Labour Pledges To Suspend Tree Felling Law

Labour Pledges To Suspend Tree Felling Law

Labour today pledged to suspend and review the tree felling provisions contained in Clauses 52 and 151 of the RMA Bill passed through parliament under urgency late last night.

Govt Announces Targets For Rural Broadband

Communications and IT Minister Steven Joyce has today announced coverage targets for the roll out of broadband to rural communities. He says getting fast broadband to the 25% of New Zealanders living outside the footprint of the government's urban initiative is a priority.

Biosecurity Cuts Break National's Frontline Promise

The loss of 54 frontline jobs at MAF Biosecurity makes a lie of National's promise to protect frontline public service jobs, Labour's State Services spokesperson Grant Robertson said today.

New Opportunities For Invercargill Students

New Opportunities For Invercargill Students

Education Minister Anne Tolley today announced capital funding of almost $800,000 to establish a new teen parent facility attached to Invercargill's James Hargest College.