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The Coalition Government today released its response to the recommendations of the independent Tax Working Group report.

Two new funds designed to get more young women physically active through recreation and sport launch today.

April 1 sees the Coalition Government delivering on its plan to provide greater support for business, workers and families in order to grow the economy and improve the wellbeing of New Zealanders.

The Government’s financial position remains strong in the face of a global downturn, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

A new independent decision-making body at the Reserve Bank brings a broad range of experience to important decisions like setting interest rates and how monetary policy can support maximising employment in the New Zealand economy, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

Applications to the fourth round of the Regional Culture and Heritage Fund (RCHF) are now open, Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Grant Robertson announced today.  

The latest Crown accounts show the Government’s financial position and New Zealand’s underlying economic fundamentals remain sound, providing protection from global volatility, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Minister of State Services Chris Hipkins have released the Government response to the Productivity Commission’s reports on Measuring and Improving State Sector Productivity.

The Coalition Government will take a measured response to the final report of the Tax Working Group (TWG), Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash said today.

New Zealand is to consult on the design of changes to tax rules which currently allow multinational companies in the digital services field to do business here without paying income tax.

The Coalition Government’s plan to reform and modernise the Reserve Bank Act experienced an important milestone today, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

The Coalition Government is making solid progress on improving the wellbeing of New Zealanders and the Budget will outline further work, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

Budget 2019 will be delivered on Thursday, 30 May, Finance Minister Grant Robertson announced today.

Owners of heritage buildings in regional areas are set to benefit from changes to Heritage EQUIP, the national earthquake upgrade incentive programme, Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Grant Robertson announced today.

The latest Crown accounts show the Government’s financial position and New Zealand’s underlying economic fundamentals are in good shape, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

The New Zealand Government will closely analyse the outcomes of the Australian Royal Commission but has already committed to ensure consumer interests are protected in the banking and insurance sector.

Ministers have received the Tax Working Group’s Final Report on the structure, fairness and balance of New Zealand’s tax system, Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash say.

The Coalition Government’s economic and fiscal management has received another vote of confidence today from ratings agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P), Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

Simon Bridges has added to confusion about the costings of National’s tax policy today, and needs to clear up how much New Zealanders would get and how the plan would be paid for, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

National's tax plans do not match up with the money they are wanting to spend, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

The Government agreed at Cabinet today to fast-track customer protection measures in the financial sector.   

Finance Minister Grant Robertson will accompany the Prime Minister to Davos, Switzerland, to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The latest Crown financial statements released today show the Government’s books are in good order, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.

New Zealand’s economy is in good shape heading into 2019, with data showing annual GDP growth of 3%, strength in regional economic activity, and rising confidence among consumers and businesses, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.