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Dr. Lance O'Sullivan & The Moko Foundation to hold Northland socioeconomic summit
The Moko Foundation will run a summit in Waitangi focused on improving the health, education, leadership and economic standing in Northland.
Govt welcomes passing of Intelligence and Security Bill
“It is crucial our agencies operate within a legal framework which maintains both the security and the rights of New Zealanders."
Kiwi CIOs and Govt to strategise at tech summit
NZTech is bringing together the leaders and CIOs across government to collaborate and share innovative ways they have partnered with the tech sector.
English: Govt. infrastructure programme creating jobs for Kiwis
“We’re committed to ongoing infrastructure investment across New Zealand, and that means more jobs right across the country."
Weak NZ inflation dims prospects of year-end accounts showing 2015 surplus, English says
Finance Minister Bill English says next month's budget forecasts will reflect the weaker track of inflation, which erodes tax revenue and is making it
NZ govt eyes Tamaki Redevelopment Co's role in lifting affordable housing supply: English
The New Zealand government is looking at ways Tamaki Redevelopment Co can help boost the supply of affordable housing, which forms part of its focus o
Finance Minister Bill English to address SUNZ 2015 conference
The conference brings together execs from the public and private sectors for the networking of SAS users, business leaders, analysts and data experts.
Deputy PM: Govt knows true cost of business continuity
"The government doesn’t know what it doesn’t know but to run an organisation these days you have to know about this stuff."
Govt urges Kiwi businesses to exploit growth opportunities
"New Zealand has some fantastic innovative firms that are taking on the world – and we want to see more of them."
NZ ministers added to hit list for global hacker to attack
You Protested. Your Government did not listen. We have gathered intelligence on those responsible: John Phillip Key, Peter Dunne, Bill English…