If New Zealand has a pressing need to stimulate its flagging economy, it seems very
weird that the government is choosing to meet this need with a $12 billion package
of infrastructure spending – mainly on road and rail projects – that by definition, ...
The Government is looking to turn around the long-term challenges of criminal justice
by taking a new approach to break the cycle of offending to ensure there are fewer
victims of crime. Justice Minister Andrew Little released two reports today, Turuki! ...
The power of government to order users and companies to decrypt encrypted data and
devices needs stronger privacy protections and additional safeguards, according to
a study published by researchers at the University of Waikato.
National has today released our eighth Discussion Document which focusses on health
and outlines a range of policies which will enable more Kiwis to access high-quality
healthcare, Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges says. “We believe all New Zealanders ...
In partnership with the JR McKenzie Trust and University of Otago, Children’s Commissioner Andrew
Becroft has today released the annual Child Poverty Monitor at childpoverty.org.nz
which shows more bold and sustainable action is needed.
The Green Party welcome two reports that speak to fixing our justice system so that
systemic racism does not further hurt our Māori communities, and so that proper
rehabilitation can occur. “We know Māori experience systemic racism from the moment ...
Today's release of Turuki Turuki will be welcome news for people in prison and
all those working in the criminal justice system. But its most important message
is that all sides need to come together. Turuki Turuki is a call for political ...