Health

4th Jun 19, 2:07pm
Budget 2019 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2019 - Summary of all spending plans
4th Jun 19, 2:07pm
30th May 19, 4:33pm
Our compilation of some of the key comments made in response to the 2019 Budget
Our compilation of some of the key comments made in response to the 2019 Budget
30th May 19, 4:33pm
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7th May 19, 9:42am
Yes/No question on cannabis referendum at 2020 election to be based on draft legislation that proposes users must be 20+
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Yes/No question on cannabis referendum at 2020 election to be based on draft legislation that proposes users must be 20+
7th May 19, 9:42am
11th Apr 19, 2:17pm
Peter Dunne calls for a wide ranging investigation into health issues and a plan for the medicines New Zealanders might reasonably expect to have access to and how these should be funded
Peter Dunne calls for a wide ranging investigation into health issues and a plan for the medicines New Zealanders might reasonably expect to have access to and how these should be funded
11th Apr 19, 2:17pm
16th Nov 18, 10:18am
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Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war
Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war
16th Nov 18, 10:18am
2nd Oct 18, 3:01pm
National Leader Simon Bridges dispels speculation that MP Jami-Lee Ross going on medical leave is related to the party's leaker investigation
National Leader Simon Bridges dispels speculation that MP Jami-Lee Ross going on medical leave is related to the party's leaker investigation
2nd Oct 18, 3:01pm
23rd Aug 18, 10:33am
The Government will spend $305 million on upgrading Auckland hospitals, to make up for a ‘legacy of deferred maintenance’
The Government will spend $305 million on upgrading Auckland hospitals, to make up for a ‘legacy of deferred maintenance’
23rd Aug 18, 10:33am
18th May 18, 1:23pm
The Finance Minister is committing more funding to health over coming budgets, saying it will take six years for the Government to make up for years of underfunding in the sector
The Finance Minister is committing more funding to health over coming budgets, saying it will take six years for the Government to make up for years of underfunding in the sector
18th May 18, 1:23pm
17th May 18, 3:25pm
Our compilation of some of the key comments made in response to the 2018 Budget
Our compilation of some of the key comments made in response to the 2018 Budget
17th May 18, 3:25pm
17th May 18, 3:13pm
Budget 2018 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2018 - Summary of all spending plans
17th May 18, 3:13pm
17th May 18, 2:01pm
More than half of new spending goes to rebuilding public services and almost half of that is focused on health – Treasury’s GDP forecasts are optimistic at 3% over the next three years
More than half of new spending goes to rebuilding public services and almost half of that is focused on health – Treasury’s GDP forecasts are optimistic at 3% over the next three years
17th May 18, 2:01pm
16th May 18, 8:37am
NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says California had a 22-year start on us in terms of using medical marijuana and it's time for cannabis reform here too
NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says California had a 22-year start on us in terms of using medical marijuana and it's time for cannabis reform here too
16th May 18, 8:37am
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10th May 18, 12:10pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says ahead of next week's Budget announcement that the Govt will be spending $10 bln more over the next five years than the previous Govt promised; Is that it? asks National's Amy Adams
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Finance Minister Grant Robertson says ahead of next week's Budget announcement that the Govt will be spending $10 bln more over the next five years than the previous Govt promised; Is that it? asks National's Amy Adams
10th May 18, 12:10pm
29th Apr 18, 7:04am
The weeks leading up to the Budget are usually a time for the Government to tease out new funding it plans to unveil but this year it's going to be different, says Jason Walls
The weeks leading up to the Budget are usually a time for the Government to tease out new funding it plans to unveil but this year it's going to be different, says Jason Walls
29th Apr 18, 7:04am
10th Apr 18, 12:18pm
The Opposition leader hits back at claims the previous Govt critically underfunded key areas of public service, accusing the PM of playing politics and spinning the issue
The Opposition leader hits back at claims the previous Govt critically underfunded key areas of public service, accusing the PM of playing politics and spinning the issue
10th Apr 18, 12:18pm
9th Apr 18, 5:18pm
The Prime Minister is warning the state of the Government’s books is much worse than anticipated and says next month’s budget will be the 'rebuilding budget'
The Prime Minister is warning the state of the Government’s books is much worse than anticipated and says next month’s budget will be the 'rebuilding budget'
9th Apr 18, 5:18pm
4th Apr 18, 12:34pm
As National and Labour play the blame game over the state of the public health system, the Finance Minister says Vote Health will be a ‘major focus’ area in May’s Budget
As National and Labour play the blame game over the state of the public health system, the Finance Minister says Vote Health will be a ‘major focus’ area in May’s Budget
4th Apr 18, 12:34pm
19th Dec 17, 7:39am
Pigeonholed in some quarters as a permabear, John Mauldin says he's actually an optimistic person who is confident in the future of humanity
Pigeonholed in some quarters as a permabear, John Mauldin says he's actually an optimistic person who is confident in the future of humanity
19th Dec 17, 7:39am
12th Dec 17, 1:52pm
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern pleased with 'significant progress' government has made as its 100 Day Plan reaches halfway stage
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern pleased with 'significant progress' government has made as its 100 Day Plan reaches halfway stage
12th Dec 17, 1:52pm
16th Nov 17, 11:25am
Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford sets out the Government's case for the Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill, National housing spokesman Michael Woodhouse responds
Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford sets out the Government's case for the Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill, National housing spokesman Michael Woodhouse responds
16th Nov 17, 11:25am

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