The 2020 General Election will be held on Saturday 19 September, Prime Minister
Jacinda Ardern announced today. “I will be asking New Zealanders to continue to
support my leadership and the current direction of the Government, which is grounded ...
The coronavirus – its official World Health Organisation designation is 2019-nCoV
– is believed to have originated as a seafood-to-human transfer, with ground zero
for the transfer believed to have been a fish market in Wuhan, China. The coronavirus ...
Whānau throughout New Zealand are set to benefit from an extra three million dollars
that will go directly to Whānau Ora Commissioning Agencies, the Minister for Whānau
Ora Peeni Henare announced today.
The Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) is investing $10.88 million to boost business and
tourism opportunities in Kaikōura, Parliamentary Undersecretary for Regional Economic
Development, Fletcher Tabuteau announced today.
The Green Party has welcomed today’s announcement by the Prime Minister that the
2020 election date will be September 19. “Knowing the date of the election gives
New Zealanders plenty of time to think about the future they want for their kids ...
National Party Leader Simon Bridges has welcomed the election date of September 19th
and is ready to hit the ground running. “A Government I lead will deliver on its
promises. New Zealanders know we will get things done, whether it’s more money ...
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement of the election date, the Electoral
Commission has confirmed the timetable for the 2020 General Election. The 2020 General
Election will be held on Saturday 19 September 2020. Referendums will also be held ...
While the Government is failing to address the coronavirus situation effectively,
there is a series of practical steps they should be taking, National’s Health spokesperson
Michael Woodhouse says. “If the Government wanted to ensure New Zealanders’ safety ...