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Education, it's all about trust - Rt Hon Winston Peters and Tracey Martin

"Today Judith Collins said that National will prioritize lifting achievement, but their track record reveals the very opposite, said Mr Peters.

Top 10 Government spending blowouts - Seymour

"With $180 billion in debt and all other political parties in a race to see who can spend the most on election bribes, it’s time to remember the Top 10 spending blowouts from this Government," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

NZ First's East Coast bribery unbelievable - Seymour

"We are in the midst of one of the worst economic crises this country has ever seen and Shane Jones’ answer is to flush $45 million down the toilet," says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Approval given to Commercial Film and Video Production Proposal - Williams

A Proposal to provide for the development and operation of commercial film and video production facilities in areas of Christchurch has been given the go ahead.

'MySmile: Tamariki Niho Ora'

The next National Government will ensure New Zealand’s youth has improved access to better dental health services with the MySmile (Tamariki Niho Ora) policy.

Supporting a thriving wananga sector to benefit Maori learners - Davis

As part of the Government’s focus on building closer partnerships with Māori and enhancing the quality of, and access to, Māori medium education, a payment of $8 million will be made to Te Wānanga o Raukawa in partial recognition of its Waitangi Tribunal claim (WAI 2698), Associate Edu

Timaru's Theatre Royal to be upgraded and new heritage facility built - Ardern

The Government is supporting a major upgrade of Timaru’s iconic Theatre Royal and the construction of a new connected Heritage Facility museum and exhibition space with $11.6 million from the Government’s Infrastructure Fund, Jacinda Ardern announced today.

Stronger, fairer education system - Hipkins

Labour is committed to reducing inequalities in education and making the right training opportunities available as the country recovers from COVID-19.

New Zealand First pledges $10 million to mental health programme 'Gumboot Friday'

Last year, 175 young New Zealanders died by suicide and it is estimated another 3,500 attempted to take their own lives.

New Zealand first in the world to require climate risk reporting - James Shaw

New Zealand will be the first country in the world to require the financial sector to report on climate risks, the Minister for Climate Change James Shaw announced today.

The changes build on the huge progress this Government has made to tackle the climate crisis.