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  • Bill English
  • Finance

  • Bill English
  • Steven Joyce
  • David Carter
  • Amy Adams
  • Phil Heatley
  • Finance
  • Economic Development
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  • 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

The Prime Minister talks about the Queen's Diamond Jubilee visit to New Zealand by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, next week's trip to Cambodia and Myanmar, the state of the economy both here and in the United States, and the significance of current unemployment rates.

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

30 October. The Prime Minister talks about the Government's new initiatives to promote the development of affordable housing - and covers off some of the less fruitful ideas recently touted by Opposition parties. To read the speech by RBNZ governor Graeme Wheeler referenced at the end of the video, visit http://www.rbnz.govt.nz/speeches/5005204.html

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • Bill English
  • Finance

The White Paper for Vulnerable Children is bigger than politics. It is bigger than any one individual. It is not only for this generation of children, but also for their children and their grandchildren.

We are all responsible for the welfare and wellbeing of our children. Too many children are seriously abused and neglected. In many cases of extreme abuse a range of people held some information but no one put all the pieces together. It is time for fundamental change.

  • Paula Bennett
  • Social Development

I'm about to head off to Los Angeles for a series of meetings with top movie and television executives in which I'll be promoting New Zealand as a great choice for major projects. The film industry in New Zealand accounts for a small but significant portion of national GDP and employment. It's the kind of industry we want and need more of to make the economy grow.

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

John talks about his overseas visits during the last couple of weeks, including his time at the Pacific Leaders Forum, the TPP and meeting the leaders of major economies during APEC in Russia as well as his time in Japan where he met with Prime Minister Noda and commemorated the earthquakes in Canterbury and Sendai. He's now off to the Chathams for his first visit and hopes to sample some of the legendary local fare while he's there.

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

September 2012. Watch as Finance Minister Bill English discusses lessons learned at the APEC Finance Ministers meeting and the prognosis for the jobs market.

  • Bill English
  • Finance

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • Bill English
  • Finance

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister
  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

Finance Minister Bill English provides some history and an overview of the Government's targets for improving the delivery of public services. For more information see: beehive.govt.nz/feature/better-public-services and ssc.govt.nz/better-public-services

  • Bill English
  • Finance

Click here to watch my video briefing on this important issue.

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  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

COMPETITIVE ECONOMY, SURPLUS AT HEART OF BUDGET
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  • Bill English
  • Finance
  • Budget 2012

Click here to watch my video briefing on Budget 2012
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Yesterday Bill English delivered National's fourth Budget.  Our Budget is responsible and sensible, given the world economic climate, and it addresses some of the major issues that we're facing as a country.

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • Bill English
  • John Key
  • Finance
  • Prime Minister

Click here to watch my special video on the Youth Mental Health Package
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  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

Click here to watch my video journal on welfare reform.
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REFORMING WELFARE AND DELIVERING ON OUR PROMISES

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister