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Overseas companies selling goods online into New Zealand will soon be required to collect GST in the same way as domestic retailers.

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Small Business Minister Stuart Nash is encouraging the Australian and New Zealand public to provide feedback on a joint electronic invoicing (e-Invoicing) initiative that will save businesses time and money.

A picture of New Zealand’s drug use is set to become clearer with the expansion of wastewater testing across New Zealand, says Police Minister Stuart Nash.

It is my absolute privilege and pleasure to be here opening the 2018 Police Association Conference as your Minister of Police.

Police Minister Stuart Nash is encouraging feedback on an initiative that will help Police prevent crime by having the most up-to-date and accurate information about offenders.

Good morning and thank you for having me here during Cyber Smart Week for the launch of Staying Safe Online for Small Business. I’d like to start by thanking Ruth Riviere for that great introduction to Staying Safe Online.

Royal New Zealand Police College

 

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Marlborough Convention Centre,  Alfred Street, Blenheim

 

Revenue Minister Stuart Nash and Customs Minister Kris Faafoi are encouraging feedback on a proposal to extend an information sharing agreement designed to crack down on organised crime.

The deployment of 500 extra Police to target organised crime will make significant inroads to efforts to reduce victimisation and improve the wellbeing of our communities, says Police Minister Stuart Nash.

Thank you for inviting me to speak here today.

Ninety-eight new Police constables will be deployed around the country with the graduation today of the largest single Police recruit wing in more than a decade.

The public is encouraged to provide feedback on the interim report released today by the Tax Working Group (TWG), Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash said on Thursday.

The commercial tarakihi catch in the fisheries areas off the east coast of the North and South Islands is to be reduced by 20 percent in an effort to rebuild the depleted stock.

Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash has confirmed the next stage of digital monitoring across the wider commercial fishing fleet will begin in January 2019.

Twenty new Police officers have today made history at the first graduation ceremony of recruits in Auckland for more than 40 years.

Extra police officers will be deployed around the country with the graduation today of sixty new constables from the Royal New Zealand Police College.

Provincial communities across all regions will benefit from the rollout of 1800 extra Police with decisions today on the allocation of officers throughout the country.

Pasifika-run small businesses are urged to take the opportunity to learn more about the Government assistance available at the first-ever Pasifika focused Small Business Roadshow.

A new online resource will enable small businesses to create health and wellbeing policies quickly and easily, through the business.govt.nz website.

Revenue Minister Stuart Nash has confirmed Parliament will extend tax relief for Canterbury businesses affected by issues relating to depreciation following the earthquakes.

Revenue Minister Stuart Nash says New Zealand’s ability to detect and prevent tax evasion is enhanced by an update to our double tax agreement with Hong Kong which is now in force.