Justice Headlines

Aquaculture New Zealand welcomes Supreme Court decision

Press Release – Aquaculture New Zealand

Aquaculture New Zealand welcomes Supreme Court decision Aquaculture New Zealand has welcomed the long awaited Supreme Court decision clearing the way for three new salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds. Read more »

Supreme Court ruling means yes to 150 green jobs

Press Release – NZ King Salmon Co Limited

The Supreme Court of New Zealand has given the green light for three out of four new salmon farms in Marlborough. The new farms represent the first new space to be allocated for salmon for over twenty years. Read more »

Questions and Answers – April 17

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

1. DENIS OROURKE (NZ First) to the Minister of Transport : Does he agree with all of the Prime Ministers statements concerning transport? Read more »

ALCP welcomes Campbell Live poll result

Press Release – Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party

The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party welcomes last night’s Campbell Live poll, saying it is an overdue reality check for public opinion on personal cannabis use. Read more »

Select Committees – for 14 April to 17 April 2014

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

There were 15 committee meetings, all in the parliamentary complex. Read more »

Supreme Court decision protects ‘outstanding landscapes’

Article – BusinessDesk

April 17 (BusinessDesk) The Supreme Court has upheld resource consents for three salmon farms to be developed in the Marlborough Sounds by the King Salmon company, but in an important win for the protection of outstanding landscapes, it has … Read more »

St Augustine’s Church registered

Press Release – Heritage New Zealand

The historic importance of a Devonport church has been recognised by the countrys lead heritage agency. Read more »

Welfare Fraud Bill Passes

Article – ParliamentToday.co.nz

Partners of those who commit welfare fraud could be held culpable for the offending after a bill passed its third reading today. Read more »

Community detention for pokie theft

Press Release – Department Of Internal Affairs

A 67-year-old former company director, convicted of stealing pokie machine profits, was today sentenced to six months community detention, 160 hours of community work and ordered to make reparation of $6,000. Read more »

Police Looking for Witnesses Following Assault on Officer

Press Release – New Zealand Police

The Auckland Police officer that received a head injury in an assault early this morning has been discharged from hospital and is expected to make a full recovery. Read more »

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