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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.

The role of small business in the economy is to be enhanced with a new strategy to drive performance and better connect small and medium enterprises with government, large businesses and research institutions.

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Extra resources for crime prevention and community safety are being deployed around the country with the graduation today of 79 new Police officers at the Royal New Zealand Police College at Porirua.

A new online tool to help small business owners quickly and easily choose their business structure has been launched by Small Business Minister Stuart Nash.

Two new policing initiatives are being launched in Auckland with the objective of preventing crime, improving community safety, and reducing reoffending.

Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash departs today to represent New Zealand at the fifteenth annual ministerial meeting of the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Committee in the Cook Islands.

Police recruitment is taking another significant step forward with the arrival of eighty new recruits who begin training today at the Royal New Zealand Police College.

A new tax bill introduced to Parliament will mean automatic tax refunds for around 750,000 New Zealanders.

The Police Minister has made the following statement in response to reports today in the New Zealand Herald.

New Zealand policing has reached a historic milestone with the graduation today of the greatest number of women in a recruit wing.

New measures to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share of tax will come into force next week.

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New Zealand’s export earnings from seafood are on the rise, with aquaculture leading the way, says Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash.

Police recruitment has stepped up a gear with the largest intake of recruits in more than a decade beginning training at the Royal New Zealand Police College near Porirua.

Police Minister Stuart Nash is congratulating the 78 new recruits who graduate today from the Royal New Zealand Police College near Porirua.

Small Business Minister Stuart Nash has encouraged Wellington businesses to take advantage of new government initiatives, especially in the digital space, to make their jobs easier and free them up to focus on their products and services.

Long-serving Police Assistant Commissioner Wally Haumaha has been appointed to a new role as Deputy Commissioner.

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.