As we secure our recovery from COVID-19, we’re helping more Kiwis get the skills they need for work. The Training Incentive Allowance, which supports people into training or to transition into new careers, is one way we’re doing this.
We chatted with three people who know first-hand the difference this allowance can make, and asked them to share their stories.Continue reading →
It’s a three-week recess in Parliament – so, no bills are going through the House and no select committees are meeting. But the hard work of our ministers continues, and many of our MPs are back in their electorates, taking the opportunity to meet with local communities and businesses about how we can continue to support them as we secure our recovery.Continue reading →
It’s our birthday! Today, 105 years ago, the New Zealand Labour Party was founded. And we haven’t stopped moving since: fighting for workers’ rights, expanding protections to boost equality, and upholding democratic socialist ideals.
We’re now the oldest political party in New Zealand and, as we celebrate our 105 years, we’re taking a look back at some of the moments that have defined us.Continue reading →
We’re focused on securing our recovery so, together, we can emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever. This week, as part of our rebuild and recovery plan, we’re rolling out a number of changes that will make a big difference for New Zealanders and their families.Continue reading →
New Zealand’s housing crisis has been decades in the making. And we know that one of the key barriers to the construction of more homes is a lack of basic infrastructure.
Our $3.8 billion Housing Acceleration Fund – designed to speed up the pace and scale of house building – has taken a big step toward tackling this problem. Today, the criteria to access $1 billion of this fund has been made available, with an invitation for expressions of interest set to be released on 30 June.Continue reading →