welfare

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25th May 20, 10:35am
People who lose their jobs could be eligible for a $250-$490 a week payment for 12 weeks under a new COVID-19 relief scheme
[Updated]
People who lose their jobs could be eligible for a $250-$490 a week payment for 12 weeks under a new COVID-19 relief scheme
25th May 20, 10:35am
22nd May 20, 1:09pm
Few new people went on Jobseeker Support last week compared to previous weeks; The number has still increased by 30% or 43,426 people from two months ago
Few new people went on Jobseeker Support last week compared to previous weeks; The number has still increased by 30% or 43,426 people from two months ago
22nd May 20, 1:09pm
22nd May 20, 11:37am
Budget 2020/21 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2020/21 - Summary of all spending plans
22nd May 20, 11:37am
15th May 20, 5:06pm
More young, white, middle-class people become beneficiaries, as 2,422 more people received Jobseeker Support last week
More young, white, middle-class people become beneficiaries, as 2,422 more people received Jobseeker Support last week
15th May 20, 5:06pm
12th May 20, 1:52pm
How Thursday's Budget will provide the next wave of support for businesses and households, but won't actually hit 'reset' on our economy
How Thursday's Budget will provide the next wave of support for businesses and households, but won't actually hit 'reset' on our economy
12th May 20, 1:52pm
25th Apr 20, 9:31am
National's Paul Goldsmith resolute NZ needs to come out of lockdown faster; Calls for targeted wage subsidy extension or cash payments to businesses; Says financial support for households will be justified after lockdown
National's Paul Goldsmith resolute NZ needs to come out of lockdown faster; Calls for targeted wage subsidy extension or cash payments to businesses; Says financial support for households will be justified after lockdown
25th Apr 20, 9:31am
24th Apr 20, 1:11pm
Number of people on Jobseeker Support increases by 20% in a month; Only 0.17% of wage subsidy payments found to have ended up in the wrong hands
Number of people on Jobseeker Support increases by 20% in a month; Only 0.17% of wage subsidy payments found to have ended up in the wrong hands
24th Apr 20, 1:11pm
18th Apr 20, 12:24pm
Finance Minister warns we're in for a long haul; Says the govt is considering extending the Business Finance Guarantee Scheme and buying stakes in big business
Finance Minister warns we're in for a long haul; Says the govt is considering extending the Business Finance Guarantee Scheme and buying stakes in big business
18th Apr 20, 12:24pm
17th Apr 20, 3:51pm
Number of people on Jobseeker Support increases by 16% in a month; Rise dampened for now by Wage Subsidy supporting 60% of workforce
Number of people on Jobseeker Support increases by 16% in a month; Rise dampened for now by Wage Subsidy supporting 60% of workforce
17th Apr 20, 3:51pm
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9th Apr 20, 12:43pm
Jobseeker Support up 15% year-on-year in March, food grants issued jumps 54% and KiwiSaver hardship withdrawals rise 14%
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Jobseeker Support up 15% year-on-year in March, food grants issued jumps 54% and KiwiSaver hardship withdrawals rise 14%
9th Apr 20, 12:43pm
18th Mar 20, 11:26am
Terry Baucher on how the tax changes included in the Government's COVID-19 support package will provide immediate relief and encourage investment
Terry Baucher on how the tax changes included in the Government's COVID-19 support package will provide immediate relief and encourage investment
18th Mar 20, 11:26am
16th Mar 20, 12:01pm
Raf Manji says NZ shouldn't get sucked into overseas style QE or asset purchasing, and instead should directly support the real economy by funding infrastructure projects & increasing income support
Raf Manji says NZ shouldn't get sucked into overseas style QE or asset purchasing, and instead should directly support the real economy by funding infrastructure projects & increasing income support
16th Mar 20, 12:01pm
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25th Feb 20, 11:07am
New Stats NZ data shows little change to child poverty measures in recent years, with 151,700 children living in material hardship
[Updated]
New Stats NZ data shows little change to child poverty measures in recent years, with 151,700 children living in material hardship
25th Feb 20, 11:07am
14th Nov 19, 7:36am
'You don't have to keep shouting... I imagine it's been heard' - RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr on his calls for the Government to spend more to stimulate the economy
'You don't have to keep shouting... I imagine it's been heard' - RBNZ Governor Adrian Orr on his calls for the Government to spend more to stimulate the economy
14th Nov 19, 7:36am
2nd Nov 19, 6:00am
Jenée Tibshraeny on how National's outdated approach to welfare would be too disruptive for a conservative party to pull off
Jenée Tibshraeny on how National's outdated approach to welfare would be too disruptive for a conservative party to pull off
2nd Nov 19, 6:00am
1st Aug 19, 10:42am
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Like previous technological innovation, AI and automation promises increased productivity, higher wages, and even longer lifespans for everyone. But gaining this potential will require development and diffusion of these technologies carefully
Like previous technological innovation, AI and automation promises increased productivity, higher wages, and even longer lifespans for everyone. But gaining this potential will require development and diffusion of these technologies carefully
1st Aug 19, 10:42am
4th Jun 19, 2:07pm
Budget 2019 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2019 - Summary of all spending plans
4th Jun 19, 2:07pm
31st May 19, 11:09am
Terry Baucher talks to Deborah Russell, a Government MP about her role on the Parliamentary Finance & Expenditure Committee
Terry Baucher talks to Deborah Russell, a Government MP about her role on the Parliamentary Finance & Expenditure Committee
31st May 19, 11:09am
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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17th May 19, 11:44am
Terry Baucher talks to ecological economist Marjan van den Belt about her role in the Tax Working Group
[Updated]
Terry Baucher talks to ecological economist Marjan van den Belt about her role in the Tax Working Group
17th May 19, 11:44am

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