Our Government is committed to making sure that our health system works for all New Zealanders, no matter who you are or where you live.
Transformation of our health system will take time, and the step we’re taking today – establishing Health New Zealand and the Māori Health Authority – is about getting the structure right.
We’re making the changes as seamless as possible, so most patients won’t see the change on day one. You can be confident the health services your family relies on will be delivered by the same great people, and in the same local places. If you have an appointment booked this will not change.
But in the coming years New Zealanders right across the country will see real improvements to our health system.Continue reading →
We’re committed to ensuring that there is every opportunity for women and girls to succeed in Aotearoa New Zealand, with fewer barriers.
Since coming into Government, we’ve worked hard to support women and girls, by improving services like healthcare and tackling issues like the gender pay gap.
Here are just some of the ways we’re making life easier for Kiwi women:Continue reading →
This week, we’ve marked a major milestone in our school upgrade programme.
We've supported 4,500 projects across the country for schools to upgrade classrooms, sports facilities, playgrounds and more, so Kiwi kids have the best possible environments to learn in.Continue reading →
We’ve delivered on our election commitment to make Matariki a public holiday. For the first time this year, all New Zealanders will have the chance to enjoy a mid-winter holiday that is uniquely our own with family and friends. Try our quiz below, then challenge your whānau!
To celebrate, we’ve put together a quiz to test how much you know about Matariki and mātauranga Māori. Show off your knowledge or learn something new… then challenge your whānau to do better. Good luck!Continue reading →
As New Zealand reconnects with the world, we’re making the most of every opportunity to show we’re a great place to visit, trade with and invest in as part of our plan to grow our economy and build a secure future for all Kiwis.
Just this week we saw further evidence that we’re moving in the right direction, with the news that export revenue from the food and fibre sector expected to reach a record $52.2 billion this year.Continue reading →
As part of our work to ease the cost of living, we’re taking action on supermarkets to make sure New Zealanders are paying a fair price at the supermarket checkout.
We know competition in the supermarket industry isn’t working. New Zealanders aren’t getting a fair deal. People are fed up with paying a premium for just the basics, while supermarkets earn $1 million a day in excess profits.
The situation needs to change, and we’re taking further action to make sure that Kiwis are paying a fair price at the till.
Here's what we're doing:Continue reading →
There’s lots in this year’s Budget, from a cost of living package designed to ease pressure on New Zealanders in the face of global inflation, to a record investment in health for more nurses and more lifesaving medicines.
Labour MPs have been all over the country this week to share with New Zealanders how Budget 2022 will support them, their families, and their communities.
Here’s just a few of week’s highlights:Continue reading →