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Trevor Mallard urges New Zealanders to get behind Kiwi exporters for Export Year 2007

  • Trevor Mallard
  • Economic Development

Duty Minister Trevor Mallard today said that Saddam Hussein’s death ends a chapter in Iraq’s troubled history.

“New Zealand does not support the death penalty as a matter of principle,” Trevor Mallard said.

  • Trevor Mallard
  • Duty Minister

A record year of fine collections should act as a warning to people owing fines and reparations

  • Rick Barker
  • Courts

New Zealanders should add two things to their list of New Year resolutions.

  • Rick Barker
  • Civil Defence

What do you do when you realise that some of your Christmas gifts aren’t right for you, are damaged or don’t work?

  • Judith Tizard
  • Consumer Affairs

Plan for the unexpected before starting your holiday.

  • Rick Barker
  • Civil Defence

Communications Minister David Cunliffe has announced more details of the process to be followed for the operational separation of Telecom.

  • David Cunliffe
  • Communications and Information Technology

Cabinet has approved tighter regulations around the sale of fireworks for Guy Fawkes 2007, Environment Minister David Benson-Pope said today.

  • David Benson-Pope
  • Environment
  • Phil Goff
  • Defence

Trade Minister Phil Goff says that an initial meeting with Gulf Cooperation Council states and New Zealand negotiators for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) made good progress.

  • Phil Goff
  • Trade

Reductions of tariffs on dairy exports to Egypt were top of the agenda for trade talks between Egyptian Trade and Industry Minister, Rachid Rachid, and New Zealand Trade Minister Phil Goff in Cairo yesterday.

  • Phil Goff
  • Trade

2006 was another great year for the arts in New Zealand with successes both here and overseas, across the entire spectrum of the arts and across all ages. More people are watching New Zealand movies and listening to New Zealand music!

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

District Court Judge Neil MacLean has been appointed as the first Chief Coroner under the new Coroners Act.

  • Michael Cullen
  • Attorney-General

Keep it seriously simple at Christmas and spend time not money on family and friends.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Consumer Affairs

"He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals."

  • Jim Anderton
  • Agriculture

Background information on the Copyright (New Technologies and Performers' Rights) Amendment Bill. Submissions close on 16 February 2007.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Commerce
  • Jim Anderton
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture

The government will restrict imports of vehicles with older technology to help reduce vehicle emissions.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Transport

New ethical guidelines for researchers doing observational studies will improve safety and quality in the health system

  • Pete Hodgson
  • Health
  • Jim Anderton
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture

The Labour-led government encourages better working conditions and fairness in NZ workplaces

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Labour

Dr Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal has been reappointed to the Maori Heritage Council of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.

  • Judith Tizard
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

I seriously question National's crediility when you look at their track record

  • Jim Anderton
  • Health
  • Rick Barker
  • Internal Affairs