“These latest results are by far the best we’ve seen since we came into Government in 2008, a time when Māori and Pasifika students were struggling, with almost half leaving school without NCEA Level 2."
National is committed to every New Zealand child getting the best possible education. National will continue to invest in our children's future so they can be successful both here at home and... View details ⇨
We're LIVE with Health Minister Jonathan Coleman talking about the 55,000 hard-working New Zealanders getting a share of the $2 billion pay equity settlement - add your questions in the comments below!
Thanks to yesterday's announcement from Jonathan Coleman more than 55,000 workers in the female-dominated aged care sector will receive a minimum pay rise of $4 an hour, and as much as $7 an hour in some cases.
Today the Police Commissioner announced that all 12 police districts will be receiving more police staff as part of the National-led Government’s Safer Communities plan. National is committed to keeping all Kiwis safe, wherever they are in New Zealand.
The Government has announced that families of military personnel, and their dependents, buried overseas between 1955 and 1971 are being offered the opportunity to repatriate the remains of their loved ones.
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“…with our economy in better shape we can start making responsible, positive choices about investing in infrastructure, building more modern classrooms and schools, improving healthcare, supporting our regions and backing hardworking Kiwis to keep getting ahead.”