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Speech: Peters – NZ First campaign launch

Speech – New Zealand First Party

NZ First campaign launch Palmerston North Convention Centre, 354 Main St, Palmerston North. Sunday, June 25, 2pm. The regions Together, for New Zealand Read more »

Antarctica Conference puts the spotlight on climate change

Press Release – Antarctica New Zealand

Antarctica Conference puts the spotlight on climate change Media release for immediate use on 25 June 2017 Over 150 leading scientists from New Zealand and around the world are coming together over the next three days to showcase the latest research on how … Read more »

Statement on Point England Reserve

Press Release – Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board

With the change in Local Government in Auckland in 2010 the Maungakiekie-Tmaki Local Board is responsible for local parks and reserves in our area. Read more »

Southland plan gets ministerial go-ahead

Press Release – Emergency Management Southland

The Southland Civil Defence Emergency Management Group Plan has received sign-off by the Minister of Civil Defence Gerry Brownlee. This means it will set the scene for Emergency Management Southland and its partners for the next five years. Read more »

Shameful $19 Million Clean-up Bill For Taxpayers

Press Release – Community Recycling Network

Environment Minister Nick Smith today provided a little good news and far more frustratingly bad news for our shameful national scrap tyre problem. Read more »

Franklin women sample work in the Electricity Industry

Press Release – Connexis

Franklin women sample work in the Electricity Industry ‘Girls with Hi-Vis’ campaign aims to recruit more women Read more »

Peters Speech: Enough of Arrogance and Cover Ups

Speech – New Zealand First Party

This past week will come as a major disappointment to National Party supporters and older New Zealanders who have long memories of our politicians. Read more »

New social health and wellbeing qualifications launched

Press Release – Open Polytechnic

A pathway for students wishing to study innovative new qualifications in social health and wellbeing is now on offer through Open Polytechnic, New Zealands leading online and distance education provider. Read more »

Making Housing Affordable: Myths and misconceptions?

Article – Alison McCulloch

Forget everything you think you know about housing, because its probably wrong. Everything, that is, except that we have a problem, and that if youre among the 65 percent of New Zealanders who own a house (or houses), youre part of it. Read more »

‘Mutual Benefits of Volunteering’

Press Release – Auckland Regional Migrant Services

The Auckland Regional Migrant Services (ARMS) is celebrating National Volunteer week by recognising the invaluable contribution newcomer and migrant volunteers make to our communities. Read more »

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