This year’s Budget is focused on securing our recovery while tackling long term issues like child wellbeing, housing and climate change. It’s full of initiatives to help us meet the challenges of COVID-19 and come out stronger on the other side.
There’s a lot in Budget 2021 – here are 10 key things you need to know.Continue reading →
Since coming into Government in 2017, we’ve worked hard to tackle the long term challenges facing New Zealand, and we’re proud of the progress we’ve made on the big issues like child poverty, housing and climate change.
However, we know there’s more to do. That’s why we’re committed to building on our progress so together, we grow a strong economy that gives security to all. Read more about our priorities.
Under Jacinda Ardern’s leadership, here are some of the things we’ve achieved so far.
Updated 31 October 2022.Continue reading →
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In just a few days, the Government will release this year’s Budget, setting out how we’ll continue to secure our recovery from COVID-19, while tackling long-term challenges like child poverty and climate change. While the full details will be kept tightly under wraps until Thursday afternoon, the Government has announced a few Budget policies ahead of time – a sneak preview of what you can expect on Budget Day.Continue reading →
Next week, our Government will set out the next steps in our COVID recovery with Budget 2021. We’re taking a balanced approach that will create jobs, grow the economy, and keep a lid on debt, while tackling long-term issues like child wellbeing, housing, and climate change.Continue reading →
Today, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave a speech to Business New Zealand, setting out the next steps in our plan as we reconnect with the world and secure our recovery. Read the full speech below.Continue reading →
New Zealanders voted for stability and security at the last election. In the six months since, we’ve worked hard to keep Kiwis safe from COVID-19, while accelerating our economic recovery and tackling long-term challenges like housing affordability, child poverty, and climate change – and we’ve made good progress.Continue reading →