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The Government has announced a cross-Government package to better protect victims of family violence.
  • John Key
  • Anne Tolley
  • Tariana Turia
  • Judith Collins
With Budget 2014 we have moved from managing our way out of recession to managing a growing economy.
  • John Key
  • Bill English
The time has come to discuss New Zealand’s flag formally, carefully and respectfully, allowing all New Zealanders to have their say.
  • John Key
Delivering better public services is one of the National-led Government’s four key priorities for this term. We understand that New Zealand families expect the Government to spend their hard-earned taxes on the things that matter, and this is why we are bringing a newly-sharpened focus to the public service.
  • John Key
  • Bill English

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • John Key
  • Hekia Parata
  • Prime Minister
  • Education

  • Bill English
  • Finance

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

It's important to correct some correct claims by opposition politicians. To make it crystal clear: funding has not been cut for biosecurity in Budget 2013.

Appropriations for ‘border biosecurity monitoring and clearance’ were temporarily higher in last year’s Budget because $5 million in funding was brought forward from 2011/12 to pay for the Joint Border Management System (JBMS), and $1 million for the merger to create the Ministry for Primary Industries was also brought forward.

  • Nathan Guy
  • Primary Industries

  • Gerry Brownlee
  • Canterbury Earthquake Recovery

  • Bill English
  • John Key
  • Prime Minister
  • Finance
  • Budget 2013

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • John Key
  • Tourism
  • Prime Minister

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

 

  • John Key

The Christchurch earthquakes have taken a huge toll on Cantabrians, but the rest of New Zealand is helping share the financial cost. When it comes to pulling together and coping with a crisis, there is no country in the world I’d rather be in than this one.

Over two years on from the most devastating February 22nd quake, the progress of the rebuild of Christchurch is gathering pace. If last year was about demolition, 2013 is certainly about rebuilding a vibrant city that all Kiwis can be proud of.

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • Craig Foss
  • Steven Joyce
  • Bill English
  • Commerce
  • Economic Development
  • Finance

  • Bill English
  • Finance

  • Bill English
  • Steven Joyce
  • David Carter
  • Amy Adams
  • Phil Heatley
  • Finance
  • Economic Development
  • Primary Industries
  • Environment
  • Energy and Resources

  • Gerry Brownlee
  • Canterbury Earthquake Recovery

Many people have shown an interest in Partnership Schools |Kura Hourua.  As the Minister responsible for this policy, I warmly encourage everyone to participate in a crucial stage of its development.

  • John Banks
  • Education