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Week That Was: Historic action on climate change

"Today we have made a choice that will leave a legacy... I hope that means that future generations will see that we, in New Zealand, were on the right side of history." - Jacinda Ardern, Third Reading of the Zero Carbon Bill

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Week That Was: 2,000 teachers in two years

We began the week by commemorating the New Zealand Wars and celebrating a major increase in the number of teachers. Then, we were busy supporting offenders into work and getting our rail back on track after years of underinvestment. And that's just the start!

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Winning an election one conversation at a time

In October I was sworn in as the Mayor of Lower Hutt.

It’s the privilege of my life to serve Hutt people as their Mayor. There is something really special to be able to serve the community where I was raised, and where I live.  

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Week That Was: Two years of progress

This week, we’re taking action on climate change, expanding trades education – and celebrating two years of progress!

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We’re taking action on climate change

“I refuse to accept the challenge of climate change is too hard to solve.” – Jacinda Ardern

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Week That Was: Rebuilding our rundown hospitals

We're rebuilding our hospitals, protecting our oceans, and taking mental health seriously.

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What we're doing in health

We want every New Zealander to be happy, safe, and healthy. To do this, we need to support strong, safe communities, and a robust and efficient health system.

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Week That Was: Managing the Government books responsibly

We're managing the Government books responsibly, helping more Kiwis into homes, and supporting New Zealanders with disabilities. 

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Helping Kiwis into homes

Since coming into Government, we’ve worked hard to tackle homelessness and make sure everyone has a warm, dry home. And today, on World Homeless Day, we want to report back and update you on our progress so far. 

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