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The Government has today announced that it is making it easier for people to build granny flats, Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters and RMA Reform Minister Chris Bishop say.

Proactive Diary Release Hon David Seymour May 2024

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Rt Hon Christopher Luxon Ministerial Diary - May 2024

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Attorney-General Judith Collins today announced the appointment of Auckland King’s Counsel Gregory Peter Blanchard as a High Court Judge.

Ministerial diary Hon Judith Collins KC May 2024

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Health Minister Dr Shane Reti says new data released today shows encouraging growth in the health workforce, with a continued increase in the numbers of doctors, nurses and midwives joining Health New Zealand.

Associate Justice Minister Nicole McKee has today announced a comprehensive programme to reform New Zealand's outdated and complicated firearms laws.

The coalition Government is delivering record levels of targeted investment in specialist schools so children with additional needs can thrive.

A substantial consultation on work health and safety will begin today with a roadshow across the regions over the coming months, says Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Brooke van Velden. 

Forestry Minister Todd McClay, today announced the start of the Government’s plan to restore certainty and confidence in the forestry and wood processing sector.

Annual service charges in the forestry Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) will be cancelled for 2023/24, Forestry Minister Todd McClay says.

Hon Melissa Lee Proactive Release - May 2024

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Thank you for having me here today and welcome to Wellington, the home of the Hurricanes, the next Super Rugby champions.

Trade and Agriculture Minister Todd McClay and Food Safety Minister Andrew Hoggard welcomed outcomes to boost agricultural and food trade between New Zealand and China.

Trade Minister Todd McClay, and China’s Commerce Minister Wang Wentao, today announced the official launch of Negotiations on Services Trade between the two countries. 

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon met with Chinese Premier Li Qiang at Government House in Wellington today. 

The coalition Government is taking action to reduce the gender pay gap in New Zealand through the development of a voluntary calculation tool.

The coalition Government is boosting funding for Rural Support Trusts to provide more help to farmers and growers under pressure, Rural Communities Minister Mark Patterson announced today.

Spending on contractors and consultants continues to fall and the size of the Public Service workforce has started to decrease after years of growth, according to the latest data released today by the Public Service Commission.

Thank you to the Law Association for inviting me to speak this morning.

New Zealand is committed to working closely with Timor-Leste to support its prosperity and resilience, Foreign Minister Winston Peters says.

 

Promoting robust competition in the banking sector is vital to rebuilding the economy, Finance Minister Nicola Willis says. 

Regulation Minister David Seymour, Environment Minister Penny Simmonds, and Food Safety Minister Andrew Hoggard have today announced a regulatory sector review on the approval process for new agricultural and horticultural products.   

The Coalition Government will reverse Labour’s blanket speed limit reductions by 1 July 2025 through a new Land Transport Rule released for public consultation today, Transport Minister Simeon Brown says.