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"On Monday this week the United Nations General Assembly adopted by consensus an important resolution put forward by New Zealand which will change the way in which international cooperation on ocea

  • Simon Upton
  • Environment

"How will the Crown's ownership and purchase interests in science and technology evolve as private investment in R & D expands".

  • Simon Upton
  • Conservation

Centra Hotel, Christchurch

On Saturday New Zealand must choose a Government for the new century.

  • Jenny Shipley
  • Prime Minister

Dunedin Railway Station

Mr Chairman, honoured members, ladies and gentlemen.

We all need heroes.

  • Jenny Shipley
  • Prime Minister

Prime Minister Jenny Shipley said today the Acting Minister of Immigration has advised her that he has taken action to rescind the residency applications of Chinese investors, approved by former Im

  • Jenny Shipley
  • Prime Minister

His Excellency The Governor-General has advised that Her Majesty The Queen has been graciously pleased to approve the retention of the title "The Honourable" by:

Rodney Gerald GALLEN

  • Jenny Shipley
  • Prime Minister

Education Minister Nick Smith announced today that the Homai Vision Education Centre in Auckland would become part of the state school network from next July.

  • Nick Smith
  • Education

Education Minister Nick Smith today announced the selection of forty schools that will participate in next year's $10 million trial of self managing property funding, during a visit to Waihi Colleg

  • Nick Smith
  • Education

Tourism Minister Lockwood Smith today announced a grant of $112,500 to the Museum of Wellington, City and Sea. The grant will be directed towards one of the Museum's signature displays, known as the 'Creation Legend' feature, which opens to the public on Saturday.

"The Creation Legend feature uses modern day technology to tell two Maori legends, one of the creation of Wellington Harbour by the taniwha Whataitai and Ngake, and the other of how Maui found fire," said Dr Smith.

  • Dr Lockwood Smith
  • Tourism

Tourism Minister Lockwood Smith today announced a grant of $50,000 to the Greymouth Heritage Trust towards the development of Coal River Park.

  • Dr Lockwood Smith
  • Tourism

The Labour Party should stop talking down to exporters and quit bad mouthing their success, according to Trade Minister Lockwood Smith.

  • Dr Lockwood Smith
  • International Trade

Helen Clark's promise to abolish New Zealand's Industry Training Scheme is a cruel hoax on the workers of New Zealand, Enterprise and Commerce Minister Max Bradford said today.

  • Max Bradford
  • Enterprise and Commerce

Prime Minister Jenny Shipley today advised the Governor-General to withdraw Immigration Minister Tuariki John Delamere's warrant as Minister of Immigration following disclosure that he authorised p

  • Jenny Shipley
  • Prime Minister

Minister responsible for Y2K Maurice Williamson has welcomed the vast improvement in State Sector readiness with 97 percent of high impact agencies now on target to be ready for Y2K.

  • Maurice Williamson
  • Y2K

Tourism Minister Lockwood Smith today announced a grant of $46,000 to the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute (MACI) to provide permanent night lighting for the Pohutu Geyser at the Whakare

  • Dr Lockwood Smith
  • Tourism

Tourism Minister Lockwood Smith has welcomed New Zealand Tourism Board statistics that show the tourism industry brought $3.7 billion dollars into the economy this past year - up 19% from last year

  • Dr Lockwood Smith
  • Tourism

Families would pay for the left's big spending plans either through higher interest rates, higher taxes, or both, Treasurer Bill English said today.

  • Bill English
  • Treasurer

Rodney MP and Trade Minister Lockwood Smith met with Dr Sayyed Mastufa Agha Mirsalim and a senior delegation of Government officials from Iran at his Electorate Office in Orewa.

  • Dr Lockwood Smith
  • International Trade

Prime Minister Jenny Shipley today announced funding for a special garden to help conserve New Zealand's most threatened plant species, as a thank you to Auckland for hosting the recent APEC meetin

  • Jenny Shipley
  • Prime Minister

Food and Fibre Minister, Hon John Luxton, today announced he had approved a kiwifruit industry restructuring plan that would go to a producer referendum for endorsement.

  • John Luxton
  • Food, Fibre, Biosecurity and Border Control

Fairness is at the heart of good Government policy and is one of the four fundamental values that National outlined at the beginning of the election campaign, Prime Minister Jenny Shipley said toni

  • Jenny Shipley
  • Prime Minister

Not a cent of taxpayer's money has been paid to Contact CEO Paul Anthony under the termination provision in the contract he signed when the company was an SOE, Minister formerly Responsible for Con

  • Dr Lockwood Smith
  • Contact Energy Ltd

"The Environmental Risk Management Authority's decision to reassess controls on genetically modified salmon is evidence that the Hazardous substances and New Organisms Act is working properly", Env

  • Simon Upton
  • Environment

Education Minister Nick Smith today announced that agreement had been reached between the Ministry of Education and the He Huarahi Tamariki Trust on the ongoing funding and support for the Porirua

  • Nick Smith
  • Education