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Small Business Minister Stuart Nash will next week launch the 2018 series of small business roadshows.

New legislation to improve the fairness of the tax system and prevent large multinationals from exploiting rules in order to shift their profits offshore has passed another step closer to becoming law.

New investment in police will lift the number of officers, see an unprecedented push to disrupt organised crime and make our families and communities safer, says Police Minister Stuart Nash.

The Coalition Government is delivering our plan to support a stronger and more productive economy with higher wages by injecting $1.0 billion into business research and development (R&D), say Research, Science and Innovation Minister Megan Woods and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash.
New initiatives to make the tax system fairer and a crackdown on tax dodgers are expected to provide the Government with an extra $726.3 million of revenue over the next four years, says Revenue Minister Stuart Nash.

Revenue Minister Stuart Nash has signalled a law change to clarify GST rules around the sale of assets by non-profit bodies.

Icon Restaurant, Te Papa, Wellington

Monday 14 May, 6.00pm

Public feedback is sought on possible new legislation to govern the way Police handle requests for a background check on a person’s criminal record.

Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash says the rollout of digital monitoring technology more widely across the commercial fishing fleet is proceeding to the next stage.

Small Business Minister Stuart Nash today opened up consultation on proposals to make the New Zealand Business Number (NZBN) even better for business.

The Australian organised crime group Comanchero Motorcycle Club has been added to the list of gangs whose insignia or patches are prohibited from being worn or displayed in government buildings.

The Government is to close a loophole that gives offshore companies an advantage by not requiring them to collect GST on all goods sold to local consumers.

Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash says the creation of a new specialist organisation dedicated to the sector will lead to greater innovation in the way we fish and the way we manage the resource.

Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash has congratulated Fonterra for its change of policy around payment terms for small and medium suppliers.

Revenue Minister Stuart Nash has issued a reminder for taxpayers to plan around a partial closure of Inland Revenue services between Thursday 12 and Tuesday 17 April.

Police Minister Stuart Nash has offered his sympathies to the family of the man shot by Police this morning near Puhoi.

Revenue Minister Stuart Nash is encouraging feedback on a proposal to change the rules around ring-fencing losses on residential properties.

Novotel Hotel, Auckland International Airport

Thursday 28 March 2018, 3.00pm

Legislation designed to simplify interactions with the tax system has passed its third reading in Parliament and now awaits Royal Assent.

Police Minister Stuart Nash has launched the next step in a restorative justice programme that brings together Police, Justice sector agencies, community workers and Maori leaders to reduce reoffending and address causes of crime.

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A new resource for small and medium enterprises is being launched by Small Business Minister Stuart Nash.

The rock lobster catch in the fishery area between Auckland and East Cape will be more than halved in an effort to rebuild the seriously depleted stock.

Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash and Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage are accelerating work to improve protection of the nationally endangered Hector’s dolphin, after five were accidentally killed in a fishing net off Banks Peninsula.