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Thousands contact sexual harm helpline in first year

Press Release – New Zealand Government

More than four and a half thousand people from around the country have contacted the national sexual harm helpline: Safe to talk Krero mai ka ora, by phone, webchat, text, or email, since the service became available a year ago. The Coalition Government … Read more »

Parliament: Questions and Answers – April 11

Press Release – Hansard

1. GARETH HUGHES (Green) to the Minister of Energy and Resources : Does she stand by MBIE’s decision to extend OMV’s Great South Basin application last year, given the company is now seeking a consent to drill? Read more »

Widespread welfare fraud revealed

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

A new Auckland University of Technology study reveals widespread benefit fraud is taking place among people receiving Sole Parent Support, according to ACT Leader David Seymour. Read more »

Parliament: Oral Questions – 11 April 2019

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

1. GARETH HUGHES to the Minister of Energy and Resources: Does she stand by MBIEs decision to extend OMVs Great South Basin application last year, given the company is now seeking a consent to drill? Read more »

Parliament: Questions and Answers – April 10

Press Release – Hansard

1. Hon SIMON BRIDGES (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister : Does she stand by all her Government’s statements, policies, and actions? Read more »

Students to march on Parliament tomorrow

Press Release – New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations

Students will be marching on parliament tomorrow, calling on the Government to stay true to its commitment and restore the Postgraduate Student Allowance. Read more »

Christchurch terror attacks: Over 100 ACC claims made

Article – RNZ

ACC has received almost 150 injury claims related to the Christchurch terror attacks, but many remain ineligible for support. Read more »

NZ First Supports Focus on Driver Licence Initiative

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First welcomes a Coalition Government initiative to meet the cost of getting a driver licence for 2500 young people on youth benefits or in care. Read more »

Parliament: Oral Questions – 10 April 2019

Press Release – Office of the Clerk

1. Hon SIMON BRIDGES to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all her Governments statements, policies, and actions? Read more »

More young people to get driver licences

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Young people on youth benefits or in care will have the costs of getting a driver licence met in a new scheme announced by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Social Development Minister Carmel Sepuloni and Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter today. Read more »

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