Economic and Regional Development
Māori businesses will play a vital role to help lift whānau Māori aspirations and dreams for a better life, while reinforcing New Zealand’s economic security.
The shared nineteenth-century histories of Aotearoa-New Zealand have come to life with the official opening today of one of the most culturally significant sites of the 1860s New Zealand Wars.
The Arts and Economic Development Ministers say the New Zealand screen sector can take a bow after The Power of the Dog won the coveted Best Director Oscar at today’s Academy Award ceremony in Los Angeles.
Wellington City Council and the Government are coming together to support inner-city Wellington businesses who lost significant revenue due to the illegal occupation at Parliament grounds, with a $1.2 million business relief fund.
The Government is partnering with the community to support the country’s aquaculture industry to help develop a much-needed mussel spat hatchery in Te Moana-a-Toi Bay of Plenty.
Two new winter festivals in the lower South Island are getting government backing through an annual fund that supports start-up events to become internationally significant.
The Government will invest in world-leading lithium recovery technology with potential to strengthen our geothermal energy and advanced manufacturing sectors, and contribute to a lower carbon future.
The Events Transition Support Payment scheme (ETSP), will be extended to 31 January 2023 and expanded to include business events, Economic and Regional Development Minister Stuart Nash announced today.
A remote Far North marae has become the 500th regional economic development project completed with Crown investment from the PGF and other funds.
A new support package will help revive economic, social and cultural activities in our largest city over summer, and ensure those in hardship also get relief.
World class mobile and broadband services have been switched on for the 663 residents of the Chatham Islands.