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    • John Key
    • Prime Minister

    Coming to grips with the Building and Construction portfolio has been a bit like running straight off the bench into a rugby scrum...crouch, touch, and engage!

    • Shane Jones
    • Building and Construction

    OP-Ed: Helen Clark reflects on the way forward in Fiji following the discussions among Pacific Islands Forum Leaders in Niue last month.

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    • Helen Clark
    • Prime Minister

    • Maryan Street
    • ACC

    • Ruth Dyson
    • Social Development and Employment

    • David Cunliffe
    • Communications and Information Technology

    The Primary News is a regular newsletter that contains information for the Agricultural Sector.

    • Jim Anderton
    • Agriculture

    • Parekura Horomia
    • Maori Affairs

    • Helen Clark
    • Prime Minister

    1.  What is the total cost to the Crown?

    • Michael Cullen
    • Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations

    The current state of the relationship between Fiji

    • Winston Peters
    • Foreign Affairs

    Thank you Mr Chair.  I am pleas

    • Winston Peters
    • Foreign Affairs

    • Ruth Dyson
    • Community and Voluntary Sector

    This is the first time New Zealand has hosted the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) event since its establishment in 1972.

    • No Minister
    • No Portfolio

    • Michael Cullen
    • Finance

    Communications and Information Technology Minister David Cunliffe is delighted that the Commerce Commission’s market monitoring report has revealed real improvements in New Zealand’s te

    • David Cunliffe
    • Communications and Information Technology

    • Helen Clark
    • Prime Minister

    Policy changes and threshold adjustments taking effect from 1 April will make a difference for the better for many New Zealanders.

    • Helen Clark
    • Prime Minister

    Foreign Ministers from Pacific Islands Forum nations will meet in Auckland tomorrow to discuss the progress Fiji’s interim administration is making towards holding general elections.

    • Winston Peters
    • Foreign Affairs
    • Lianne Dalziel
    • Food Safety

    Back in January, amid growing public attention on the weakening United States economy, journalists naturally wanted to know how the New Zealand government would respond to the financial market deve

    • Michael Cullen
    • Finance

    The Labour-Progressive Government is committing $700 million to a new research, development, and innovation plan for the future in New Zealand’s pastoral and food industries.

    • Helen Clark
    • Prime Minister

    Defence Minister Phil Goff meets his Australian counterpart Joel Fitzgibbon in Sydney on Friday. Mr Goff explains what’s on the agenda.

    • Phil Goff
    • Defence

    Promised easy money, great prizes or true love? That surprise lottery win in the mail, email claiming to be from your bank asking for your password, the ‘amazing’ online share offer — all these can be fronts for scams. Don’t be sucked in.

    • Judith Tizard
    • Consumer Affairs