This week, we’re taking action on climate change, expanding trades education – and celebrating two years of progress!
“I refuse to accept the challenge of climate change is too hard to solve.” – Jacinda Ardern
We're rebuilding our hospitals, protecting our oceans, and taking mental health seriously.
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.
We're managing the Government books responsibly, helping more Kiwis into homes, and supporting New Zealanders with disabilities.
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.
We're making progress on tackling the long-term challenges: from homelessness, to strengthening border security, to bringing banking back New Zealand's small towns.
Another busy week, from speaking with world leaders on the world stage about climate change, to equipping our school leavers with everything they need to get ahead in life.
We’re updating our gun control laws to stop the flow of firearms from reaching the hands of criminals, to help keep New Zealanders and their families safe.