The Auckland Pride Board remains committed to creating a space for our rainbow communities
to feel safe celebrating their gender and sexual identity, despite some institutions
pulling out from the Parade in recent days.
The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found that while Police acted unlawfully
in October 2017 when they detained a Queenstown man for a mental health assessment,
their actions were reasonable in the circumstances.
At the invitation of the Right Honourable Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand,
His Excellency the President of the Republic of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, undertook
a State Visit to New Zealand on 19 November 2018.
One hundred and fifty academics and researchers from around Aotearoa, including
Dame Anne Salmond, Emeriti Professors and several Fellows of the Royal Society, have
signed a strongly-worded open letter to the Government demanding bold and urgent ...
Following a consultation process, Vodafone New Zealand’s Rainbow Whānau, our LGBTQI+
employee network, has decided not to participate in this year’s Auckland Pride
Parade in light of a decision by the Pride Board to ban police participation in uniform.
Nov. 20 (BusinessDesk) - Proposals for major reforms to the funding of the so-called
'three waters' - drinking, waste, and stormwater - are on a timetable to go to Cabinet
for discussion in June next year, with final decisions by the end of 2019, Local ...
The Government has announced plans to initiate a strategic conversation with Local
Government about community well-being and proposals to overhaul the regulation of
water. Led by the Minister of Local Government Nanaia Mahuta, the multi-agency Three ...
Local Government New Zealand welcomes the Government’s focus on drinking water
reforms, but is urging officials not to shut the door on innovation by pursuing a
policy of mandatory aggregation as a silver bullet fix to challenges in the three ...
Water New Zealand says the Government’s “road-map” proposals for the future
of drinking, waste and stormwater recognises the need for significant change in the
way water services are regulated and delivered.
“Long overdue reform of the water sector has created the opportunity for a first
principles discussion of what local government can and should do and with what resources,
so it is very pleasing to see the Government kick-starting this process,” says ...