There has been a further extension to the report back of the Royal Commission into the Attacks on Christchurch Mosques on 15 March 2019, Minister for Internal Affairs Tracey Martin has confirmed.
Julia Steenson has been appointed to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-Based Institutions, Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin announced today.
A major funding package for libraries will allow them to play a far greater role in supporting their communities and people seeking jobs as part of the economic recovery from COVID-19.
Internal Affairs and Children’s Minister Tracey Martin has joined leaders from the Five Country Ministerial Group and representatives of digital industry in launching a set of principles to guide industry
The New Zealand Government is sending a further 22 firefighters to help fight the Australian fires.
The Royal Commission into the Attacks on Christchurch Mosques will report back on 30 April 2020 to give it more time to hear submissions and consider information, Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin announced today.
Classifying on-demand video content will be made mandatory to bring it in line with other media and provide better guidance and protections to families and young people, says Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin.
The Government has moved to ease the financial burden on those who want to change their sex on birth certificates.
The Gambling (Problem Gambling Levy) Regulations 2019 have been confirmed by Cabinet.
Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin today announced a $4 million-a-year package to recognise the contribution made by Fire and Emergency volunteers to communities across New Zealand.
Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin today announced the reappointment of Hon Paul Swain and the appointment of Rebecca Keoghan to the Board of Fire and Emergency New Zealand.