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Stay alert to the latest content published on the Beehive site.

You can subscribe to a range of content feeds and get updates delivered to you via a personalised homepage or a newsreader.

For instant updates, subscribe to a feed via RSS -- click on the RSS icon next to the feed title. [Help]

 

Website updates

  • All Site Updates RSS
  • All Speeches RSS
  • All Releases RSS
  • All Features RSS

 

By minister and government spokesperson

  • John Key RSS
  • Bill English RSS
  • Gerry Brownlee RSS
  • Simon Power RSS
  • Tony Ryall RSS
  • Nick Smith RSS
  • Judith Collins RSS
  • Anne Tolley RSS
  • Christopher Finlayson RSS
  • David Carter RSS
  • Murray McCully RSS
  • Tim Groser RSS
  • Wayne Mapp RSS
  • Steven Joyce RSS
  • Georgina Te Heuheu RSS
  • Paula Bennett RSS
  • Phil Heatley RSS
  • Jonathan Coleman RSS
  • Maurice Williamson RSS
  • Kate Wilkinson RSS
  • John Carter RSS
  • Nathan Guy RSS
  • Pita Sharples RSS
  • Tariana Turia RSS
  • Rodney Hide RSS
  • Peter Dunne RSS

 

By portfolio

  • ACC RSS
  • Agriculture RSS
  • Archives New Zealand RSS
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage RSS
  • Attorney-General RSS
  • Biosecurity RSS
  • Broadcasting RSS
  • Building and Construction RSS
  • Civil Defence RSS
  • Climate Change Issues RSS
  • Commerce RSS
  • Communications and Information Technology RSS
  • Community and Voluntary Sector RSS
  • Conservation RSS
  • Consumer Affairs RSS
  • Corrections RSS
  • Courts RSS
  • Customs RSS
  • Defence RSS
  • Deputy Leader Of The House RSS
  • Deputy Prime Minister RSS
  • Disability Issues RSS
  • Disarmament and Arms Control RSS
  • Earthquake Recovery RSS
  • Economic Development RSS
  • Education RSS
  • Education Review Office RSS
  • Energy And Resources RSS
  • Environment RSS
  • Ethnic Affairs RSS
  • Finance RSS
  • Fisheries RSS
  • Food Safety RSS
  • Foreign Affairs RSS
  • Forestry RSS
  • GCSB RSS
  • Health RSS
  • Housing RSS
  • Immigration RSS
  • Infrastructure RSS
  • Internal Affairs RSS
  • Justice RSS
  • Labour RSS
  • Land Information RSS
  • Law Commission RSS
  • Leader Of The House RSS
  • Local Government RSS
  • Maori Affairs RSS
  • Ministerial Services RSS
  • National Library RSS
  • NZ Security Intelligence Service RSS
  • Pacific Island Affairs RSS
  • Police RSS
  • Prime Minister RSS
  • Racing RSS
  • Regulatory Reform RSS
  • Research, Science and Technology RSS
  • Revenue RSS
  • Rugby World Cup RSS
  • Senior Citizens RSS
  • Small Business RSS
  • Social Development and Employment RSS
  • Sport and Recreation RSS
  • State Owned Enterprises RSS
  • State Services RSS
  • Statistics RSS
  • Tertiary Education RSS
  • Tourism RSS
  • Trade RSS
  • Transport RSS
  • Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations RSS
  • Veterans' Affairs RSS
  • Womens' Affairs RSS
  • Youth Affairs RSS

 

Help

What is an RSS feed?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) enables you to subscribe to website content. With an RSS feed, you can be told as soon as new content is published. More info: www.newsgator.com/RssLearningCenter

How do I subscribe to an RSS feed?
You will need to use a personalised homepage or newsreader software – for info on both, see below and/or download the document attached at the bottom of this page (includes more useful links). To subscribe, click on the RSS icon (the little orange square with the stripes in it) to go to the page for the selected feed. Consult your newsreader's or browser's Help to learn how to add feeds. Depending on how your RSS reader is set up, this may:

  • Automatically subscribe you to the feed. Or
  • You may have to copy the URL of the feed's page into your reader application. Or
  • drag and drop the RSS icon to your subscription list

What is a personalised homepage?
A personalised homepage allows you to easily collect and organise information from multiple feeds on a single web page. When a headline or summary appears on your homepage, you can click on the title to be taken to the source at the Beehive site. Examples: www.igoogle.com or www.my.yahoo.com. Many other major web portals provide personalised homepages.

What is a newsreader?
A newsreader is an application that aggregates, sorts and displays multiple RSS feeds. A newsreader is a good choice if you plan on subscribing to a large number of feeds. A wide range of newsreaders are available. Examples: NewsGator Online www.newsgator.com, WizzRSS www.wizzrss.com, or any number of alternatives.

Tell me more!

You'll find a useful video in plain English here.

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