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  • Ministerial Statement to Parliament, executions in Myanmar
    Myanmar Executions: Minister of Foreign Affairs Statement to the House Mr Speaker On Monday 25 July, Myanmar’s state-run newspaper announced the execution of four people, including political figures – Phyo Zeya Thaw, Kyaw Min Yu - known as Ko Jimmy, Hla Myo Aung and Aung Thura Zaw. The four were ...
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    3 weeks ago
  • Government supports new skilled residence pathways
    Three new residence pathways: Straight to residence Work to residence Highly paid - 'twice the median wage’ Straight to residence pathway will be ready for people to apply for from 5 September 2022. Work to Residence and Highly Paid pathways will be available for people to apply in September ...
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    3 weeks ago
  • Inland Revenue needs bank details to pay out Government Cost of Living support
    With the first of three monthly Government Cost of Living payments due to be made on Monday, Revenue Minister David Parker is urging people to make sure Inland Revenue has their bank account details. From 1 August, Inland Revenue will pay three monthly instalments each of about $116 into the ...
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    3 weeks ago
  • Government takes another step to propel the arts sector to thrive
    The Government has today opened the Cultural Sector Regeneration Fund, the first stage of a new approach to cultural sector funding designed to support strategic, sector-led initiatives, that will have lasting benefits for arts, culture, and heritage in Aotearoa New Zealand. “The opening today of the Te Tahua Whakamarohi i ...
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    3 weeks ago
  • Plasterboard taskforce update
    Four alternative plasterboard products able to be used as substitutes for GIB 12 importers of plasterboard– four of them new - have 100 containers of product en route to New Zealand Regular updating of guidance and ongoing communication with sector to encourage use of alternative products Step-by-step, practical information ...
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    3 weeks ago
  • Work to eliminate family violence and sexual violence making significant progress
    Significant progress is being made towards the Government’s goal of eliminating family violence and sexual violence, Minister Davidson confirmed today at the first ever annual hui to take stock of the work underway to ensure all children, families and whānau can thrive in safe homes and communities. Speaking to more ...
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    3 weeks ago
  • Westport Accommodation Village underway
    Construction of relief homes is underway for Westport residents affected by flooding with the first houses expected to be delivered to site next month and families moving in from October, Housing Minister Dr Megan Woods has announced. Buller District Council has granted land-use consent for the Temporary Accommodation Village to ...
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    3 weeks ago
  • New ETS advice will help keep a fair price on climate pollution
    Climate Change Minister James Shaw has welcomed recommendations from He Pou a Rangi – Climate Change Commission (the Commission) on Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) settings. “For the ETS to do its job and drive real emissions cuts, it’s vital we have the right settings in place to ensure a fair ...
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