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The Minister of Local Government, Hon Nanaia Mahuta says we have to be vigilant around our dogs this summer.
The Government has announced plans to initiate a strategic conversation with Local Government about community well-being and proposals to overhaul the regulation of water.
A new report continues to build a picture of looming potential costs as the Government seeks to ensure safe drinking water, and better environmental performance of the country’s wastewater infrastructure, said the Minister of Local Government Hon Nanaia Mahuta.
Water NZ Conference September 2018. Claudelands Conference Centre – Hamilton.
I want to acknowledge Dean Kimpton, Chief Operating Officer; Marion Dowd, Vice President; and Mike Manson, Chief Executive of ALGIM for putting together a great event here in Auckland.
Thank you for the invitation to take part in this important conversation regarding the future of Waters infrastructure, service delivery and regulation in New Zealand.
The Ministers of Local Government, Youth, Employment, and Building and Construction today signed a memorandum of understanding with the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs establishing a new partnership to get more young people into work.
Leading Together to Prepare for the Future. LGNZ Annual Conference Speech
The Minister of Local Government, Hon Nanaia Mahuta will be researching how Ireland, Scotland and England run their water systems in the coming week as part of a New Zealand Government review of the ‘Three Waters’ system.
Minister of Local Government, Hon Nanaia Mahuta, has announced that from 1 July 2018, eligible retirement village residents will be able to apply to their local council for a rates rebate.
Thank you very much to all of the attendees and speakers who have come to be part of this Water Summit today and tomorrow.
Improving how water management services support healthy communities and a sustainable economy is a focus of Budget 2018, says Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta.
Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta has welcomed a Productivity Commission draft report on New Zealand’s transition to a low-emissions economy, saying it raises important issues for Māori.
Two important local government bills have had their first reading in Parliament tonight.
The Government is acting to restore the promotion of social, cultural, economic and environmental well-being of communities to the statutory purpose of local councils, says Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta.