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EV policy has some grunt but needs more drive - Greenpeace

Greenpeace says the Government’s proposal to make clean cars more affordable in New Zealand is a good first step, but needs more drive to tackle the climate emergency.

'Back to drawing board' for Bolger's Fair Pay proposals

The Government must reject the recommendations made by former Prime Minister Jim Bolger’s Fair Pay Agreements Working Group (FPAWG) or face harming economic growth and productivity and the interests of workers, the unemployed and consumers, says public policy think tank The New Zealand Initiati

Q+A: Minister Andrew Little interviewed by Jack Tame

Justice Minister Andrew Little is considering a central repository for court suppression orders to assist companies like Google from disseminating suppressed information again following the breach in the Grace Millane case.

Pay-to-stay approach no answer to falling business confidence - McClay

If the Government’s response to the lowest levels of business confidence in a decade is to write big taxpayer-funded cheques then expect more to reach for their passports, National’s Economic Development spokesperson Todd McClay says.

Capital charge changes merely a band-aid - Woodhouse

Today’s announcement that the Government will assist District Health Boards (DHB) with their capital charge costs doesn’t address the underlying causes of their deficits, National’s Health spokesperson Michael Woodhouse says.

Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Attack on Christchurch Mosques

The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Attack on Christchurch Mosques is providing the fourth update on its inquiry as it welcomes further public submissions.

Many submissions already received are providing significant value to the inquiry.

PSA welcomes fairer wage for family carers

The PSA is welcoming fairer pay rates for family members who provide essential care to whānau with disabilities.

Not-for-profits alliance welcomes family carers payment policy

The Government’s announcement that it will make payment rules fairer for parents and spouses caring for elderly, ill, and disabled loved ones has been welcomed by the Carers Alliance, a coalition of 45 national NFPs whose networks include family carers.

Family First welcomes National's stand on drugs

Family First NZ is welcoming National’s opposition to the decriminalisation of all drugs.

Justice Doogue appointed Judge of the High Court

Chief District Court Judge Jan-Marie Doogue has been appointed a Judge of the High Court, Attorney-General David Parker announced today.