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Extreme weather recovery efforts to benefit from Tourism Infrastructure Fund 01 September 2023

The Minister of Tourism has announced the seventh round of recipients of the Government’s Tourism Infrastructure Fund, which supports local government to address tourism infrastructure needs.

Former Licensed Immigration Adviser convicted following MBIE investigation 31 August 2023

A former Licensed Immigration Adviser (LIA) has been sentenced to 6-months community detention and 100 hours community service after his application for a discharge without conviction was dismissed and he was found guilty of breaching the Immigration Advisers Licensing Act 2007 (the Act).

Building Practitioners Board cancels builder’s licence 29 August 2023

The Building Practitioners Board (the Board) has cancelled Licenced Building Practitioner (LBP) Matthew Biddle’s licence after finding Mr Biddle to be in breach of the Building Act 2004.

Mining law changes to get New Zealand to net-zero by 2050 29 August 2023

The Government has amended the Crown Minerals Act 1991 (CMA) to provide flexibility in how the Government manages Crown-owned petroleum and minerals.

Record breaking FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 comes to a close 24 August 2023

New Zealand co-hosted the most successful FIFA Women’s World Cup ever, with over 700,000 people attending matches in New Zealand and almost 2 million fans attending matches in New Zealand and Australia.

Panel appointed to recommend National Research Priorities 18 August 2023

Tā/Sir Jerry Mateparae will chair an Independent Strategic Panel set up to recommend new National Research Priorities to Cabinet this year.

Energy in New Zealand 2023 shows renewable electricity generation increased to 87% 17 August 2023

87% of electricity generated over 2022 came from renewable sources, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) annual report into the energy sector shows.

Hapū geothermal heating project cuts power bills for Rotorua homes 15 August 2023

A small-scale geothermal energy project that received government funding is now up and running, and providing more affordable heating to 15 new whare.

Pay gap reporting system set to be introduced 11 August 2023

The Government has decided to move forward with developing a pay gap reporting system.

Empowering Kiwis to have a say in the energy transition 09 August 2023

The government is seeking feedback on an ambitious programme of work to transition New Zealand towards a low emissions economy, with consultation on 5 streams of energy policy launched today.