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The Government is under increasing pressure to adopt a comprehensive language policy, says Rajen Prasad, Labour’s spokesperson for Ethnic Affairs and Su’a William Sio, Labour’s spokesperson for Pacific Island Affairs.
“In the second report in just a week, the Government is being urged to develop a broader language policy.
Ethnic New Zealanders continue to face enormous barriers in the job market and in gaining access to basic public services - a situation that must be addressed, says Labour’s Ethnic Affairs spokesperson Rajen Prasad.
Ethnic Affairs Minister Judith Collins should stop using her own department’s website to promote the National Party and to solicit donations, says Labour’s ethnic MPs Rajen Prasad and Raymond Huo.
The annual Lantern Festival should be a time when the Asian community rejoices, yet this year’s celebration looks set to be anything but with the spotlight on the rising numbers of unemployed, says Labour List MP Raymond Huo.
The decision to select Chao-Fu Wu as the Labour candidate for Botany is one that will give the people of Botany a great opportunity to elect a young, community-minded, constituent-focused professional to represent them in Parliament, says Labour’s Chinese Community Affairs Spokesperson Raymond Huo.
The appointment of two prominent New Zealanders onto the Asia:NZ Foundation Board of Trustees reinforces the importance that the Asian region has to New Zealand’s future says Labour Chinese Community Affairs Spokesperson Raymond Huo.
I would like to warmly welcome all parents, guests, friends, staff and graduating students of the New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine to this graduation ceremony here today
Many of the graduating students here today are Chinese born and have already gained qualifications and degrees in China.
The Labour Party list announced on April 10 reflects the vision of Labour’s open and inclusive society says Labour Chinese Community Affairs Spokesperson Raymond Huo.
Palmerston North MP Iain Lees-Galloway says he is looking forward to a busy weekend in the city attending and taking part in Festival of Cultures events.
On Saturday morning, Iain Lees-Galloway will attend the opening of the International Market Day in the Square.
The National Government should be focused on creating jobs and stimulating the economy --- not pulling $800 million out of the budget at the expense of New Zealand families, says Labour’s Ethnic Affairs associate spokesperson Dr Ashraf Choudhary.