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Air services between New Zealand and Australia were today formalised with the signing of an “open skies” air services agreement by New Zealand Acting Transport Minister Judith Tizard and Australian Transport Minister John Anderson in Auckland.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Labour is pledging a strong focus on economic development, as well as greater support for Pacific languages and culture, in its Pacific policy released today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Pacific Island Affairs

Transport Minister Mark Gosche says Labour’s transport policy will help New Zealand’s economic development as well as meeting social and environmental goals.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Acting Transport Minister Judith Tizard today announced new measures to improve aviation security.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Construction of a $5.4 million Housing New Zealand development for older people and those with disabilities in Auckland got underway today with Housing Minister Mark Gosche digging the first foundations.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

The Crown and Tranz Rail have completed the final outstanding details of the Crown’s purchase of the Auckland rail corridor.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Nearly $187 million in extra funding for housing low income people and those at risk was announced by Housing Ministers Mark Gosche and Tariana Turia today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Rodney Hide
  • Housing

The government's "Healthy Housing" programme, aimed at reducing the spread of infectious illnesses such as meningococcal disease, is to receive nearly $30 million more over the next four years.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

An extra $11 million will be spent providing more community housing over the next four years, Housing Ministers Mark Gosche and Tariana Turia said today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

The Government today announced $53.3 million in extra funding to tackle substandard housing in Northland, East Coast and the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Nearly $72 million more is to be spent on extra state houses over the next four years, Housing Ministers Mark Gosche and Tariana Turia announced today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Another $20.53 million is to be provided to house Braemar Hospital and Kimberley Centre residents in the community, Housing Minister Mark Gosche and Disability Issues Minister Ruth Dyson announced today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

The first board of trustees for the new national Pacific radio network was announced today by Pacific Island Affairs Minister Mark Gosche and Broadcasting Minister Marian Hobbs.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Pacific Island Affairs

Commerce Minister Paul Swain and Transport Minister Mark Gosche released an independent study into the market power of New Zealand’s seaports today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Spain is New Zealand’s newest air services partner, with an agreement signed by Foreign Affairs Minister Phil Goff while in Spain this week.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Spain is New Zealand’s newest air services partner, with an agreement signed by Foreign Affairs Minister Phil Goff while in Spain this week.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Announcment of new education funding for Pacific peoples, part of Budget 2002

  • Mark Gosche
  • Pacific Island Affairs

Law changes giving greater protection to boarding house tenancies and taking a tougher approach to landlords of substandard houses were introduced into Parliament by Housing Minister Mark Gosche today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Council pensioner housing is to be made a council strategic asset under the Local Government Act.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

March 20 2002 Media Statement
Health Effects of Vehicle Emissions

A new report on the health impacts of vehicle emissions in New Zealand shows the impacts are greater than previously realised.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

21 March 2002Media Statement
Reading, Writing and Road Safety

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

15 March 2002Media Statement
New Rules To Improve Vehicle Safety

Transport Minister Mark Gosche today announced new rules to improve the safety of vehicles on New Zealand roads.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

National Party leader Bill English has got his facts wrong once again, says Transport Minister Mark Gosche.

Mr English claims that any land transport funds not spent at the end of this year will go back into the consolidated fund.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport

Land Transport changes announced today reflect the government's vision for the future of the New Zealand transport system, says Transport Minister Mark Gosche.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Transport