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  • Year in Review: 2018

    It's a time to look back on the year we've had – our achievements, our challenges, and our triumphs. This year, the first year of our Coalition Government, has been a truly special one.


    Week That Was: Strong economy, strong communities

    It may be getting close to Christmas but the work here shows no signs of slowing down! It's been a busy week jam-packed full of announcements and achievements - from a major economic update, to new reform on the dealers and users of synthetic drugs, to the official banning of letting fees! Join us for a closer look at what we've been up to...


    Update on our economy

    Today the Coalition Government released the 2019 Budget Policy Statement (BPS), outlining the priorities for Budget 2019. The Treasury also released its Half Year Economic and Fiscal Update with its latest set of forecasts for the New Zealand economy.


    Week That Was: Past, present, and future!

    Our Week That Was series gives you a round-up of all the achievements, announcements, and other political goings-on around Parliament and across the country over the past week. We're proud of all we're doing to make New Zealand a great place to live - and we want to share it with you!


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Ngāti Rangitihi progress towards settlement

· December 22, 2018

Ngāti Rangitihi and the Crown are one step closer to settling historical Treaty claims after an Agreement in Principle was signed in the Bay of Plenty today, said Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Andrew Little.

Coroners Act amended for tikanga Māori and ethnic communities’ values

· December 19, 2018

The Coroners (Access to Body of Dead Person) Amendment Bill passed its third reading in Parliament last night.

“The Bill will ensure tikanga Māori and other ethnic cultural beliefs are considered and respected by our coronial system,” said Justice Minister Andrew Little.

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