News & Achievements
Stats show progress on child poverty
Latest statistics show thousands of children have been lifted out of poverty, as the Government’s work to tackle child poverty takes effect.Continue reading →
Week That Was: Lunches in schools
We're taking action on child poverty, getting Kiwis into the trades, and more...Continue reading →
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...Continue reading →
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.
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.Continue reading →
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.Continue reading →
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...Continue reading →
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!Continue reading →
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.Continue reading →