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Boosting small businesses

Small businesses are not only the heart of our economy – they’re also the heart of our communities. They provide important goods and services, as well as great employment opportunities. They know and love their locals. And after a tough year, they need our support!

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More businesses switching to clean energy

More businesses are making the switch to cleaner, more sustainable energy, with support from our Government.

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More families better off, thanks to Labour

More than one million people will be better off from today, thanks to our Government’s changes to the minimum wage, main benefits and superannuation.

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How Labour is backing renters

We’ve worked hard to make life easier for renters, and ensure everyone has a healthy, secure place to live.

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The next steps in Labour’s housing plan

We’ve announced the next steps in our plan to tackle the housing crisis and help Kiwis into homes.

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Labour’s housing plan: Your questions answered

We’ve announced the next steps in our plan to tackle New Zealand’s housing crisis, as we take urgent action to help more Kiwis into homes. Here, we answer your questions about our plan to improve housing in New Zealand.

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Labour’s record on housing

We believe everyone deserves a warm, dry place to call home, which is why we’ve announced the next steps in our plan to tackle the housing crisis. The new policies we’ve announced build on the work we’ve already done to improve housing in New Zealand.

Here’s a look at everything we’re doing to help Kiwis into homes.

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Free training brings in 100,000 new tradies

More than 100,000 Kiwis have signed up for the trades, thanks to our free vocational training and apprenticeships scheme.

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What’s Labour doing for rural New Zealand?

We know that when our rural communities do well, all of New Zealand benefits. Labour is committed to supporting our regions so that, together, we can achieve even more.

Here are just some of the ways we’re backing rural communities.

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