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Park will complete war memorial precinct

The Labour-led Government is putting $10.9 million into constructing a Memorial Park in Wellington's Buckle St. More »
Kiwi DIY tradition protected under licensing

Cosgrove says licensing will not stop Kiwi Do-It-Yourself builders from having a go More »
Biodiversity on private land crucial to all Kiwis

Wetlands, sand dunes, and habitats of native wildlife on private land are among ecosystems identified as national priorities for protection More »
Karzai praises New Zealand peacekeepers

Kiwi peacekeepers in Afghanistan have been praised by Afghan President Hamid Karzai More »
Art resale royalties to be considered

A proposal for artists to receive royalties on re-sold artworks. More »
Number of unemployed Pacific people drops

There are now just 194, 18 and 19 year old Pacific people receiving an Unemployment Benefit. More »
Unemployment Benefit numbers drop 35%

The number of people receiving an unemployment benefit has dropped by 35 percent, or some 16,000, since March 2006 More »
Investing in Social Success

Prime Minister Helen Clark opens the Social Policy Research and Evaluation Conference More »
Super, benefits, allowances to rise

More than half a million older NZers get up to an extra $13 in Superannuation and Veterans Pensions More »
Address at Emirates Team NZ Base

New Zealand’s challenge for the America’s Cup is unique because it has our nation behind it More »
Don Selwyn ONZM

Stage and screen legend's death leaves enormous gap in NZ drama and film communities More »
NZ role in Solomons relief effort

New Zealand's relief effort following earthquake and tsunami in the Solomons is impressive and timely More »
Protecting cultural treasures during war

Discussion paper released on New Zealand's ratification of international treaty protecting cultural treasures More »
Easier saving one step closer

It is easier for people to increase their savings and build assets to secure their futures More »
Real estate law to get full overhaul

Concerns over lack of accountability and transparency prompts overhaul of real estate industry law More »
Budget 07 date announced

Finance Minister Michael Cullen will deliver his eighth budget on Thursday 17 May. More »
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NZ's sustainable future
An abridged version of the Prime Minister's Statement to Parliament speech More »
Building a strong economy and a fair society
Finance Minister Michael Cullen explains that all New Zealanders can gain from economic transformation More »
Healthy active lifestyles
The mission is on as the government invests in healthy active lifestyles More »