New Zealand will be at Alert Level 2 from Thursday 14 May
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The COVID-19 Recovery (Fast-track Consenting) Bill passed its third reading on 2 July. Parliament's Environment Committee reported on the Bill, 29 June.
Introduced in Parliament under urgency, 16 June. First reading held and referred to the Environment Committee. Committee's report is due 29 June.
The Prime Minister has announced that New Zealand will move to covid-19 alert level 1 at 11.59pm on Monday 8 June 2020.
The Government has announced $7.6 million support for Te Puia New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute, over two years.
Budget 2020 has new funding for Māori housing projects.
Grant Robertson, Minister of Finance, presented the 2020 Budget to Parliament on 14 May.
The Prime Minister has announced that New Zealand will move to covid-19 alert level 2 – with several special provisions for group gatherings – at 11.59pm 13 May 2020.
Parliament's Environment Committee has reported on the Climate Change Response (Emissions Trading Reform) Amendment Bill.
Minister for the Environment, David Parker, has announced plans for fast-tracking consents for major projects. The new law changes are expected by June.
A new online recruitment and job finding resource from the New Zealand Ministry of Social Development.