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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Federal government tentatively refuses controversial Toondah Harbour development on Queensland's Moreton Bay
     9 April 2024
    Tanya Plibersek has announced she plans to reject an apartment and retail development on an "internationally important" wetland at Queensland's Moreton Bay.
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    The secondary teachers union says publishing attendance data won't improve attendance
    9 Apr: The secondary teachers union says publishing attendance data won't improve attendance... more
    Some people will leave the public service of their own accord, while others will be shown the door
    9 Apr: Some people will leave the public service of their own accord, while others will be shown the door... more
    Our national telehealth service is struggling to operate its 24-hour phone line
    9 Apr: Our national telehealth service is struggling to operate its 24-hour phone line... more
    A former WINZ boss says there's plenty of jobs for Kiwis on the benefit to fill
    9 Apr: A former WINZ boss says there's plenty of jobs for Kiwis on the benefit to fill... more
    The Minister in charge says moving people off welfare and into work will benefit them
    8 Apr: The Minister in charge says moving people off welfare and into work will benefit them... more
    A new Nelson school for children with high and complex needs, faces an uncertain future
    8 Apr: A new Nelson school for children with high and complex needs, faces an uncertain future... more
    The Police Minister wants Police to be able to get back to basics
    8 Apr: The Police Minister wants Police to be able to get back to basics... more
    Greta Thunberg detained twice by police during Extinction Rebellion protest at The Hague
    7 Apr: Greta Thunberg was one of dozens of protesters detained during the demonstration against Dutch subsidies and tax breaks to companies linked to fossil fuel industries.... more
    Auckland's Mayor has delivered a more than half a million dollar boost to safety in the central city
    7 Apr: Auckland's Mayor has delivered a more than half a million dollar boost to safety in the central city... more

     Most Popular Recent Politics News
     25 Mar: A Christchurch high school will reopen today after two earthquake-prone buildings were discovered last week +++++++++++++++++++
     04 Apr: Auckland secondary principals say fast-tracking residency for overseas teachers is a positive step -- but only one strategy to address the shortage ++++++++++++++++++
     13 Apr: New research shows the Covid lockdown period changed the way New Zealand kids get to and from school - with less students walking +++++++++++++++++
     05 Apr: An Auckland principal says the rollout of NCEA changes has so far been an appalling process ++++++++++++++++
     26 Mar: More money back in the pockets of families with young children +++++++++++++++
     28 Mar: The Secondary Principals Association believes the community should get behind schools and students to help reduce bad behaviour +++++++++++++++
     03 Apr: David Seymour's one step closer to re-establishing charter schools in New Zealand +++++++++++++++

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      13 Apr: From lobbyist to legislator: andrew hoggard's vision for reform (RadioNZ)
      9 Apr: Politics updates: follow updates for the latest on government targets (RadioNZ)
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      9 Apr: Live politics: follow updates for the latest on government targets (RadioNZ)
      6 Apr: Focus on politics: aim and fire? public service targets return amid job cuts (RadioNZ)
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