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Column – Gordon Campbell Not many heroes so far in the Panama Papers saga, but any number of villains. Those villains happen to include: criminals laundering their ill gotten gains, terrorists funding their nefarious activities, and shadowy figures guilty of varying levels …
Press Release – Office of the Clerk 1. JAMES SHAW (Co-LeaderGreen) to the Prime Minister : On what dates did he discuss with the Minister of Revenue his conversation with Ken Whitney on foreign trusts, and what specifically did he say to the Minister?
Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party The Prime Ministers musings about a land tax on non-resident buyers is just more tinkering, and the Government should just ban foreign speculators as the Australian Government has done, says Labours Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.
Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party John Key should be taking action to crack down on speculation in our overheated housing market, instead of random musings on land tax, Labour Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford said. “John Key suggested today on TVNZ’s Q and A programme that a land tax …
Speech – New Zealand Government Budget 2016 Pre-Budget Speech to Business New Zealand event Wellington Wednesday, 13 April 2016 Its good to be back here for my annual pre-Budget speech and I want to thank Business New Zealand for hosting me once again. This years Budget will …
Press Release – New Zealand Government Small Business Minister Craig Foss says changing the provisional tax system is yet another way the Government is helping small businesses grow and thrive.
Press Release – Office of the Clerk 1. ANDREW LITTLE (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister : Does he stand by all of his statements in relation to the Panama Papers?
Speech – New Zealand Government The Government is continuing to implement its plan to build a faster-growing economy with more jobs and rising incomes, and to support New Zealanders and their families.