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28 May, 2009

Budget 2009

Budget 2009
Budget 2009

Budget Overview: Road to Recovery

Budget 2009 will lift economic growth, help New Zealanders through the recession and strengthen the Government's books, Finance Minister Bill English says.

Scroll down for links to all ministerial statements and fact sheets on Budget 2009.  Links to Treasury documents are at the bottom of the page.

Ministerial Statements

Prime Minister John Key and Finance Minister Bill English

Gerry Brownlee, Energy and Resources Minister

Simon Power, Justice Minister

Tony Ryall, Health Minister

Dr Nick Smith, Environment Minister, ACC Minister

Judith Collins, Police Minister, Corrections Minister

Anne Tolley, Education Minister, Tertiary Education Minister

Christopher Finlayson, Arts Minister, Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Minister

David Carter, Agriculture and Forestry Minister

Murray McCully, Foreign Affairs Minister

Steven Joyce, Communications and Information Technology Minister, Transport Minister

Dr Wayne Mapp, Defense Minister, Research, Science and Technology Minister

Georgina te Heuheu QSO: Pacific Island Affairs Minister

Paula Bennett: Social Development and Employment Minister

Phil Heatly: Minister for Housing, Minister for Fisheries

Dr Richard Worth: Internal Affairs Minister

Peter Dunne: Revenue Minister

Dr Pita Sharples : Maori Affairs Minister

Tariana Turia: Community and Voluntary Sector Minister

Pre-Budget Announcements

14 May: Budget 2009: Georgina te Heuheu - Minister acts to bolster court security

14 May: Budget 2009: PM pledges $50 million in Budget for cycleway

13 May: Budget 2009: Gerry Brownlee and Peter Dunne - Tax exemption encourages oil and gas exploration

12 May: Budget 2009: Judith Collins - Prison design funding fast tracked in Budget

08 May: Budget 2009: Gerry Brownlee - Boost for oil and gas exploration

06 May: Budget 2009: Health Minister announces extra services for eating disorders

19 May: Budget 2009: Gerry Brownlee - Biodiesel boost

19 May: Budget 200909 - Tony Ryall - More maternity funding for new parents

21 May: Budget 2009: Simon Power - Victims of crime to benefit from $50 offender levy

22 May: Budget 2009: Judith Collins - $10 million to complete national taser roll out

Treasury Documents

Fiscal Strategy Report

Budget Economic & Fiscal Update (BEFU) 2009

Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2010

Information Supporting the Estimates is organised on the basis of sectors, with each Vote and its administering department allocated to one sector

Supplementary Estimates of Appropriations

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