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Extension of Solid Energy’s remediation indemnity

Government officials are working with Solid Energy to extend the company’s remediation indemnity, which will meet the future costs of returning the company’s mining land to its pre-mined condition, Finance Minister Bill English and State Owned Enterprises Minister Tony Ryall say.

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McCully to United Nations General Assembly

Foreign Minister Murray McCully will travel to New York today to attend the 69th United Nations General Assembly.

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NZ welcomes Afghanistan election result

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has welcomed the announcement of Afghanistan’s new President and Government of National Unity.

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McCully congratulates Fiji PM

Foreign Minister Murray McCully today congratulated Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, on being sworn in as Fiji’s Prime Minister.

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Minister acknowledges departing chief executive

State-Owned Enterprises Minister Tony Ryall has acknowledged Mark Ford following his retirement as Watercare Services chief executive.

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NZ Whaling resolution passes

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has welcomed the International Whaling Commission’s passing of a New Zealand resolution enshrining the International Court of Justice’s decision on Japanese whaling.

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Bay residents to get cancer care closer to home

Around 500 Bay of Plenty residents a year will now be able to have their cancer treatment closer to home rather than making a 3 hour round trip to the cancer centre in Hamilton.

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NZ welcomes Fiji’s return to the polls

Foreign Minister Murray McCully today congratulated the people of Fiji following their first democratic elections since 2006.

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