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The government has doubled to $4 million its offer to match dollar-for-dollar public donations for victims of the Asian tsunami

  • Phil Goff
  • Foreign Affairs and Trade

Foreign Minister Phil Goff welcomes news that the number of New Zealanders still unaccounted for in the tsunami-affected regions of southern Thailand has more than halved

  • Phil Goff
  • Foreign Affairs and Trade

History of community involvement in the management of Paterson Inlet will continue

  • David Benson-Pope
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture

The government will make up to $5 million in aid and assistance available to tsunami-affected countries in south and south-east Asia

  • Phil Goff
  • Foreign Affairs and Trade

An RNZAF C130 is being despatched immediately to help with relief efforts in the wake of the tsunami that has devastated south-east and southern Asia

  • Phil Goff
  • Foreign Affairs and Trade

The public have an important role to play in catching criminal poachers

  • David Benson-Pope
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture

One New Zealander has been confirmed dead in the tsunami that struck south east and southern Asia last evening

  • Phil Goff
  • Foreign Affairs and Trade

The initial twenty recipients of the New Zealand International Postgraduate Research Scholarships have been announced today by Education Minister Trevor Mallard.

  • Trevor Mallard
  • Education

The better we understand the level of recreational catch, the better we can take account of recreational interests

  • David Benson-Pope
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture

The government will fund five more rural nursing scholarships in 2005 to improve access to primary health care in rural areas.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • ACC

Foreign Minister Phil Goff condemns the killing of an Australian police officer in the Solomon Islands this morning

  • Phil Goff
  • Foreign Affairs and Trade

Maori TV rating well and new chief executive appointed

  • Parekura Horomia
  • Maori Affairs

Continued closure will improve the availability and size of pipi and cockles

  • David Benson-Pope
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture

The Government has decided to embrace the Queen’s Chain ethos, to extend walking access along water ways with access value throughout the country

  • Jim Sutton
  • Rural Affairs

Link to document answering common questions about the provision of land access to waterways

  • Jim Sutton
  • Rural Affairs

Speech by Rick Barker launching Seasonal Solutions, the first step in delivering a consistent labour supply to Central Otago growers for the 2004/05 season

  • Rick Barker
  • Social Development and Employment

Seasonal Solutions has been launched -- helping to deliver a consistent labour supply to Central Otago growers

  • Rick Barker
  • Social Development and Employment

The September GDP data brings to almost 20 per cent growth since 1999.

  • Michael Cullen
  • Finance

Some festive season tips for consumers.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Consumer Affairs

A Wellington regional strategy will require cooperative effort.

  • Michael Cullen
  • Finance

Two animal codes of welfare have been published today.

  • Jim Sutton
  • Agriculture

Maori Film Festival is granted $80,000 in regional development funding.

  • Jim Anderton
  • Economic Development

More than 1400 people who have been on a waiting list will receive their hearing aids and disability equipment early next year, Associate Health Minister Ruth Dyson announced today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Justice Minister Phil Goff today released a report on the initial evaluation of the Youth Drug Court pilot in Christchurch

  • Phil Goff
  • Justice