Peters: Speech to North Shore Grey Power

Speech – New Zealand First Party

New Zealand Super has an intrinsic role in New Zealands economy and a critical part of the social conditions of New Zealanders. Read more »

Labour promises $20M for Gisborne timber processing

Article – BusinessDesk

Feb. 17 (BusinessDesk) – The Labour Party is pledging up to $20 million, if elected, to support the region’s timber processing sector, possibly by helping fund a prefabricated housing plant. Read more »

National Government challenged to debate pensions

Press Release – NZ Seniors Party

For years the New Zealand Government has blocked all efforts to have pensions debated in parliament and have spent, last year alone, 33 million dollars in the Crown Law Office on legal fees included in which was defending their direct deduction policy … Read more »

Government Financial Statements, 6 Months to 31/12/16

Press Release – New Zealand Treasury

Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand For the Six Months Ended 31 December 2016 Read more »

Government ekes out six-month surplus of $9M

Article – BusinessDesk

Feb. 16 (BusinessDesk) – The New Zealand government eked out a tiny surplus in the first six months of the fiscal year as growth in domestic consumption lifted the goods and services tax take, while uncertainties over the Kaikoura earthquake costs … Read more »

Speech to Massey University and Auckland Chamber of Commerce

Speech – New Zealand Government

Today Im going to offer some views on the current state of the New Zealand economy and our infrastructure. Read more »

English dips into Budget 2017 for $503m crime package

Article – BusinessDesk

English dips into Budget 2017 for $503m crime-fighting package including legal aid, district court funding Read more »

Treasury Agrees sugar Tax Doesn’t Work

Press Release – New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union

The Treasurys conclusion that a sugar tax will hurt the very people it is trying to help, is entirely consistent with previous research by the New Zealand Taxpayers Union. Responding to todays release of Treasurys working papers on the subject … Read more »

New Working Papers published today

Press Release – The Treasury

The Treasury has published six new Working Papers today, covering evaluation of the Youth Service, sugar taxes, fiscal consolidation, and generating international income. Read more »

Financial Statements for the 5 months ended 30 November 2016

Press Release – New Zealand Treasury

The Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand for the five months ended 30 November 2016 were released by the Treasury today. The statements are compared against forecasts based on the 2016 Half Year Economic and Fiscal Update (HYEFU) … Read more »

Major projects update released

Press Release – New Zealand Government

The Government has released the interim Major Projects Performance Report for the period to November last year, covering 53 complex major projects across government with a whole of life cost of $37 billion. Read more »

Predator Free NZ – Expert Q&A

Press Release – Science Media Centre

Nearly six months ago the Government announced it would aim for a Predator Free New Zealand by 2050. Read more »

While you were sleeping: Treasuries, gold gain

Article – BusinessDesk

Dec. 20 (BusinessDesk) – Wall Street moved higher, as did US Treasuries and gold, as investors remained upbeat about the outlook but also stocked up on more defensive assets. Read more »

Foss: Fourth Data Hui

Speech – New Zealand Government

It is a pleasure to be here at the Fourth Data Hui. As Minister of Statistics, I see these event as a golden opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities we all face in the modern data environment. Read more »

English Offers No Comfort Over NZ Super

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

Prime Minister Bill Englishs ambivalence over New Zealand superannuation will unsettle many older New Zealanders, says New Zealand Firsts Spokesperson on Justice Denis ORourke. Read more »

Prime Minister must take a position on Super – now

Press Release – ACT New Zealand

Future retirees deserve to know what the new Prime Ministers plans are for superannuation, says ACT Leader David Seymour. Read more »

Hardworking Kiwis need better public services, not neglect

Press Release – New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

The current Governments priorities for next years Budget say nothing about improving public services, yet deteriorating public services hurt working people as much as a pay cut, says CTU Economist, Bill Rosenberg. Read more »

NZ government to spend more as economy accelerates

Article – BusinessDesk

Dec. 8 (BusinessDesk) – The New Zealand government has earmarked an extra $2.1 billion for capital spending in its election-year budget as it benefits from a stronger forecast track of economic growth in the next few years that will swell its tax take. Read more »

Government’s update paints a rosy economic picture

Press Release – PricewaterhouseCoopers

Treasurys Half Yearly Economic and Fiscal Update offers a rosy outlook for the next few years. Growth is expected to be around 3.5% and averaging 3% over the next five years. Read more »

Another ‘Steady as She Goes’ economic update for the Crown

Press Release – PricewaterhouseCoopers

The Governments Half Yearly Budget Policy Statement paints a rosy picture of the economy: with strong growth, coupled with low inflation and weak wage pressures. Read more »

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