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Tuesday, 9 September 2014
GOVERNMENT 10:42AM
Coffee Beans Could Hold Key to Election Results Forget reading tea leaves, if you want an indication of who is likely to win this year’s highly controversial election then the answer could in fact be in the coffee beans. By Impact PR: Fleur Revell
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Friday, 27 September 2013
GOVERNMENT 10:01AM
Please Vote CHRISTCHURCH — “Please vote.” That from Shirley Papanui council candidates Ali Jones and Pauline Cotter who are reacting to the current voting return figures which show Shirley Papanui has the lowest turn out to date. By Ali Jones PR and Communications
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Monday, 26 August 2013
GOVERNMENT 10:51AM
Deon Swiggs to Seek Labour Selection for Christchurch East CHRISTCHURCH — Community advocate and founder of Rebuild Christchurch is the first candidate to officially seek nomination in the Christchurch East By-Election, for the Labour Party. By Deon Swiggs
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Wednesday, 21 August 2013
GOVERNMENT 12:34AM
Ministry of Economic Development refuses information request Ministry of Economic Development lawyer Grant Slevin, today rejected requests for further information about the policies adopted by the Official Assignee to allow the executor of a deceased estate to take bankruptcy proceedings against her own estate. By New Zealand Justice Forum
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Sunday, 11 August 2013
GOVERNMENT 1:07AM
Foss flip flops over insolvency policy Last month, the Minister for Commerce, the Hon Craig Foss answered a Parliamentary Question about the powers of the Official Assignee in New Zealand and advised that the OA had no power to override a statute. By New Zealand Justice Forum
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Wednesday, 22 May 2013
GOVERNMENT 12:38PM
New Customer Service Centre for Christchurch Justice Minister Judith Collins today opened a new multi-jurisdictional Customer Service Centre and marked the returning of full registry services to the District and High Courts in central Christchurch. By Judith Collins
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Thursday, 9 May 2013
GOVERNMENT 2:33PM
Young people to take on Parliament Youth Affairs Minister Nikki Kaye today announced the names of the Youth Members of Parliament and Youth Press Gallery, as well as the topics they’ll be discussing at Youth Parliament 2013. By Nikki Kaye
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Monday, 11 February 2013
GOVERNMENT 4:32PM
Development contributions review in response to housing cost concerns The Government is looking at changes to the way Councils charge for new sections and other developments by today releasing a discussion paper as part of its work on housing affordability and local government reform. By Nick Smith
103 views


Tuesday, 5 February 2013
GOVERNMENT 4:57PM
Crown signs Social Development Accord with Te Hiku Iwi The Crown today signed a Social Development Accord with Te Hiku o Te Ika as part of the iwi Treaty Settlement. By Paula Bennett
266 views


Monday, 4 February 2013
GOVERNMENT 7:07PM
Prime Ministers Key and Gillard to meet in Queenstown Prime Minister John Key will host Australian counterpart Julia Gillard in Queenstown this coming weekend for the annual New Zealand – Australia Prime Ministers’ talks. By John Key
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GOVERNMENT 3:20PM
$21m of new funding to benefit research partnerships The Government will invest $21 million over a maximum of seven years to support research that will benefit two of New Zealand’s primary industries Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce announced today. By Steven Joyce
180 views


Thursday, 31 January 2013
GOVERNMENT 5:47PM
PM congratulates new Speaker of the House Prime Minister John Key today congratulated newly-elected Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt Hon David Carter. By John Key
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Tuesday, 29 January 2013
GOVERNMENT 5:16PM
More New Zealanders using online government services More New Zealanders are choosing to interact with government agencies online says Internal Affairs Minister Chris Tremain. By Chris Tremain
156 views


GOVERNMENT 5:11PM
National's new whips announced Prime Minister John Key has announced the election of National’s new whips following the National Party Caucus this morning. By John Key
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Friday, 25 January 2013
GOVERNMENT 3:27PM
Strong agenda to encourage investment, jobs The Government is pressing ahead with a wide range of measures to build a more productive and competitive economy, Prime Minister John Key says. By John Key
61 views


Tuesday, 22 January 2013
GOVERNMENT 4:53PM
Federated Farmers welcomes Cabinet reshuffle The announcement that the Hon. By Federated Farmers of New Zealand
172 views


GOVERNMENT 3:06PM
PM announces changes to Cabinet line-up Prime Minister John Key today announced a series of changes to the National-led Government’s Cabinet, refreshing a Ministerial team which is firmly focused on delivering results for New Zealanders. By John Key
150 views


Friday, 21 December 2012
GOVERNMENT 2:56PM
Former deputy PM appointed to Bay of Connections BAY OF PLENTY — Former Deputy Prime Minister, Sir Michael Cullen is one of two new appointments to the Bay of Connections Governance Group. By Bay of Plenty Regional Council
201 views


GOVERNMENT 2:53PM
PM supports Tim Groser's WTO bid Prime Minister John Key said the Government has nominated Trade Minister Tim Groser for the position of Director-General of the World Trade Organisation. By John Key
127 views


Thursday, 20 December 2012
GOVERNMENT 3:23PM
NZ welcomes Commonwealth Charter Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully today welcomed the adoption of a Commonwealth Charter - a document that sets out the history, objectives, values, and principles of the Commonwealth. By Murray McCully
117 views


Wednesday, 19 December 2012
GOVERNMENT 2:22PM
New members appointed to EECA Energy and Resources Minister Phil Heatley has announced three appointments to the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority. By Phil Heatley
132 views


Tuesday, 18 December 2012
GOVERNMENT 5:48PM
New member for ACC Board ACC Minister Judith Collins today announced changes to the ACC Board with the appointment of a new member, James Miller, and the resignation of a current member, Jane Huria. By Judith Collins
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