The Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration, Megan Woods has today announced
a new plan for the Metro Sports Facility anchor project, after it was revealed the
long-delayed project was expected to exceed its budget by $75 million under the current ...
The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions welcomed the opportunity to engage with
Government on the Tax Working Group announced today by Minister of Finance Grant
Robertson. "Like many countries around the world, the increasing concentration ...
At today's post-cabinet press conference Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was joined
by Minister Responsible for Pike River Re-entry Andrew Little to announce plans for
the new agency for re-entry of the mine .
Pike River Recovery Agency established Minister Responsible for Pike River Re-entry
Andrew Little today announced the establishment of a new stand-alone government department,
the Pike River Recovery Agency, Te Kahui Whakamana Rua Tekau ma Iwa. The Agency will ...
Nov. 14 (BusinessDesk) - Solid Energy New Zealand's creditors will get at least 60
cents in the dollar after the failed state-owned enterprise's mines are sold, up
from the previous range of 45 cents to 55 cents.
Nov. 21 (BusinessDesk) - The government has made its first big call on the Christchurch
rebuild, calling a halt to the city's multi-sports centre project after learning
its cost had blown out by $75 million to more than $300 million.
The new Minister responsible for Christchurch’s anchor projects is cynically misrepresenting
official information, National’s Spokesperson for Greater Christchurch Regeneration
Matt Doocey says. “Megan Woods’ announcement today proclaiming she is getting ...
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel says the Government’s announcement of a new plan
for the Metro Sports Facility anchor project provides the city with a window of opportunity
to re-examine its major sports facilities. The Mayor says she supports the Government’s ...
The revised capital costs and subsequent delay of the Metro Sports Centre in Christchurch
is disappointing for Christchurch residents but provides an opportunity for the city.
ChristchurchNZ chief executive Joanna Norris said any re-evaluation of priorities ...