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Week That Was: A Government of progress

It may have been the first sitting week of 2020, but our Government is already in full-swing - managing a strong economy, investing in infrastructure, and working to break the cycle of homelessness. Read below for all that, and more...

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8 ways the Big New Zealand Upgrade will make life better for Kiwis

The Government has announced the biggest investment in New Zealand’s infrastructure in a generation with the New Zealand Upgrade Programme.

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Week That Was: Waitangi

This week, the focus was on Waitangi - a great opportunity to reflect on who we are, and who we want to be as a nation.

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FAQ: Everything you need to know about the Big New Zealand Upgrade

Today, our Government announced the biggest infrastructure investment in a generation.

We’re investing $12 billion to upgrade and build rail, roads, schools and hospitals across the country – modernising our infrastructure, preparing for climate change and helping to future-proof our economy.

Find out everything you need to know about the Big New Zealand Upgrade here.

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Week That Was: 2020

We are back for 2020! From changes to Family Funded Care, to a record high number of Kiwis in construction in the trades - we're already back making progress on those long-term challenges. Read all about it and more...

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Year in Review: 2019

As another year draws to a close, we're looking back on all the progress we've made for New Zealanders and their families. Read below for some of the highlights from 2019!

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Week That Was: Whakaari / White Island

Just after 2pm on Monday this week, Whakaari / White Island erupted. Read the Prime Minister's statement here, and watch her statement to the House below.

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Week That Was: Rebuilding New Zealand

We're rebuilding New Zealand - our transport network, our hospitals, our schools and more... After nine years of neglect there's a lot to fix - but we're getting on with the job.

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FAQ: Cash injection for almost every state school in New Zealand

Live from the Whanganui Opera House, on the final day of the 2019 Labour Party Conference, Jacinda Ardern announced the largest investment in school property in 25 years.

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