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Maori Party: Government Conceals Harsh Truths In Poverty Report

Thursday, 3 July, 2008 - 18:08

3 July 2008 - 60 percent of the children of unemployed families still live in poverty, and incomes for the poorest families have not increased at all over the past ten years, according to the government's own MSD report on poverty which was released today.

Working For Families Brings Necessary Reduction In Child Poverty

Thursday, 3 July, 2008 - 18:05

3 JULY 2008 - Figures released today show Working for Families has brought a necessary reduction in child poverty and improved circumstances for a substantial number of New Zealand children.

LPG - The Cleaner, Cheaper Fuel Of Choice

Thursday, 3 July, 2008 - 17:41

3 June 2008 - With petrol and diesel prices hurtling well past $2 a litre, LPG is re-emerging as the clean, cost-effective alternative fuel of choice, according to Contact Energy subsidiary, Rockgas.

New Child Poverty Figures In The Right Direction But Little Relief In Sight For Those Left Behind

Thursday, 3 July, 2008 - 14:11

3 July 2008 - Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) says government figures released today confirm the expected improvements in child poverty from Working for Families (WFF). Extra money in families' pockets makes all the difference, CPAG says.

Greens: Greens Criticise Government's 'bandaid' Welfare Plans

Thursday, 3 July, 2008 - 13:24

3 July 2008 - The Green Party welcomes minor changes to supplementary assistance for beneficiaries announced today, but says they fail to address fundamental faults in the benefit system.

Cox: Prison Fellowship Funding Shortfall Will Cost Us All

Thursday, 3 July, 2008 - 12:45

News that Prison Fellowship is facing a funding crisis has spurred UnitedFuture deputy leader Judy Turner to request the government considers the group's current shortfall and acknowledges the benefits of their restorative justice programmes.

Cullen & Dunne: Tax Reform To Help Nz Companies Compete Overseas

Wednesday, 2 July, 2008 - 14:37

2 July 2008 - Comprehensive reform of our international tax rules, to help New Zealand-based companies compete more effectively overseas, is the main feature of a taxation bill introduced today.

PSA Concerned About Job Losses And Increased Costs If ACC Privatised

Wednesday, 2 July, 2008 - 14:04

2 July 2008 - "Privatising ACC will push up the cost of accident compensation for workers and employers and could result in ACC staff losing their jobs," says Public Service Association National Secretary, Brenda Pilott.

PSA Calls For TV Debates On Future Of Public Services

Wednesday, 2 July, 2008 - 11:08

The Public Service Association is today asking TVNZ and TV3 to screen debates between the Prime Minister Helen Clark and Opposition Leader John Key on the future of public services.

Commins: Investors Struggle With Complex And Unfair New Tax Rules

Tuesday, 1 July, 2008 - 14:58

New tax rules introduced on 1st April last year are coming home to roost for taxpayers with offshore investments and their tax agents. The new rules are so complicated that few investors will be able to do their own returns predicts John Commins, a consultant for financial intermediaries.