Greg Miller has been appointed to chair the KiwiRail board, Minister for State Owned Enterprises Winston Peters and Minister of Finance Grant Robertson announced today.
The Future of Work Tripartite Forum’s first meeting saw a productive discussion between business, unions and government on the challenges and opportunities of the changing world of work, Finance Minister Grant Roberts
The Productivity Commission will hold an inquiry into Local Government funding and financing, Finance Minister Grant Robertson announced today.
The latest Government financial statements show the books remain in a good position, with a strong surplus indicating that revenue and expenses are tracking in line with the Treasury’s Budget forecasts, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.
The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) latest annual review of the New Zealand economy shows the Government’s economic plan will support growth and help close the infrastructure and social deficits that built up in recent years, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.
New Zealand’s largest ever 10-year plan for land transport investment announced today sends a clear message that the Coalition Government is committed to a long-term nationwide infrastructure strategy to boost productivity and support businesses to grow, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.
Land Information Minister Eugenie Sage and Associate Finance Minister David Clark have granted an application under the Overseas Investment Act 2005 for Cresswell NZ Ltd to purchase land to expand the existing Otakiri Springs water bottling plant near Whakatane.
New figures showing a high level of overseas house buying in New Zealand’s least affordable areas vindicates the Government’s move to ban foreign buyers of existing homes, Associate Finance Minister David Parker says.
The Terms of Reference for Phase 2 of the Review of the Reserve Bank Act were released today by Finance Minister Grant Robertson.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi have met with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) and Financial Markets Authority (FMA) to discuss their previously announced review of the conduct and operations of the financial sector.
The Coalition Government will invest $42 billion in net capital spending over the next five years to support our plan to rebuild New Zealand’s infrastructure and critical public services, Finance Minister Grant Robertson said today.
The Government’s accounts continued to perform slightly better-than-expected in the nine months to the end of March, with the surplus $910 million higher than the Treasury forecast in December, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.