The Government has launched a new tool to help small business owner-operators manage and improve their mental wellbeing, Small Business Minister Ginny Andersen announced today.
Hon Ginny Andersen
Budget 2023 continues our investment in numerous programmes to continue keeping communities safe, including a successful youth offender programme, more support for police, focusing resources on victims of crime and improving access to justice.
Budget 2023 lays the foundations for a low-emissions, high-wage economy with a major investment into our digital and technology sectors.
The Government is delivering on its promise to crack down on dangerous and reckless drivers who flee police and put innocent lives at risk, Justice and Associate Transport Minister Kiri Allan announced today.
New Zealand’s first comprehensive digital Firearms Registry is a step closer today with the release of the Regulations which set out information firearms licence holders will need to begin providing from 24 June.
The Government is making sure retailers can continue to get support for security and safety measures, by more than doubling the investment into the retail crime prevention programme.
The Government has hit another major milestone in improving connectivity for rural and remote households and businesses, as 400 mobile towers have now been delivered by the Rural Connectivity Group (RCG).
Minister of Defence Andrew Little and Minister of Police Ginny Andersen have confirmed New Zealand’s ongoing contribution to the Operation Gallant Phoenix multinational intelligence mission in Jordan.
The Government will continue to help get seniors digitally enabled, Minister for Seniors Ginny Andersen announced today.
In the six months following the announcement of the Government’s Better Pathways package, most children are not reoffending and ram raids have dropped significantly.
The Digital Identity Services Trust Framework Bill, which will make it easier for New Zealanders to safely prove who they are digitally has passed its third and final reading today.
The Government is backing Police and making communities safer with the roll-out of state-of-the-art tools and training to frontline staff.
People aged over 50 with innovative business ideas will now be able to receive support to advance their ideas to the next stage of development.
The Government is providing a $5 million package of emergency support to help businesses significantly affected by the recent flooding in Auckland.