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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

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Purchases made online will be subjected to GST from October 1, this year says Revenue Minister Michael Woodhouse after it passed its third reading in Parliament today. The Taxation (Residential Land Withholding Tax, GST on Online Services and Student...

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Health Minister Jonathan Coleman is encouraging people to use a new online map to see whether their GP offers a patient portal. “A growing number of general practices are introducing patient portals. These secure online sites are the health equivalent...

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Foreign Minister Murray McCully has outlined the initial support that New Zealand will provide to Fiji as they respond to Tropical Cyclone Winston. “Tropical Cyclone Winston appears to have caused major damage on the Northern Coast of Vitu Levu...

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Finance Minister Bill English today confirmed Budget 2016 will be delivered on Thursday 26 May and will be focused on delivering policies that support more jobs, higher incomes and opportunities for New Zealanders. “This will be the National-led...

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An EU-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement would mutually benefit economic growth and productivity and support New Zealand businesses – particularly SMES”, says Trade Minister Todd McClay following meetings with European Union counterparts. Mr...

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Civil Defence Minister Nikki Kaye will today attend the 85th anniversary afternoon tea for survivors of the 1931 Napier earthquake, to pay tribute to the heroism, kindness and generosity shown by many during this and more recent emergencies. “From...

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Duty Minister Nikki Kaye has welcomed the next stage in the historic nuclear deal between Iran, the Five Permanent (P5) members of the United Nations Security Council, and Germany. “The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has now verified...

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New Zealand has been taken covertly into another war without due thought of the severe long term consequences , says New Zealand First. The Prime Minister must  come clean and lay out all the reasons to Parliament, says New Zealand First Leader Rt...

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Internal Affairs Minister, Peter Dunne, is warmly thanking Lotto players for their generosity in helping to raise over $2.7 million for the special Lotto draw to raise funds for  Kaikoura/Hurunui and Marlborough regions following the 7.8 magnitude...

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