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The Rules Reduction Taskforce is looking at updating housing and property rules in New Zealand.
If you’re a small business owner you can manage all of your compliance requirements with a new tool from business.govt.nz
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- 2015 school holidays
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From Monday 1 December 2014, the alcohol limit for drivers 20 years and over has been lowered. For drivers under the age of 20 years, the limit remains at zero.