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No name expected from leak investigation

No name expected from leak investigation
Wellington, July 26 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key does not expect to be told who leaked government information despite an extensive inquiry by State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie.

Chief censor to head new immigration tribunal

Chief censor to head new immigration tribunal
Wellington, June 21 NZPA - Chief Censor Bill Hastings has been appointed a District Court judge and will head the new Immigration and Protection Tribunal, Attorney-General Chris Finlayson announced today.

Censorship red tape to be reviewed

Censorship red tape to be reviewed
Wellington, June 11 NZPA - A review of film and publication censorship will look at how to reduce costs and save time in the classification process, Internal Affairs Minister Nathan Guy says.

Independence of Archives and Library will be protected

Independence of Archives and Library will be protected
Wellington, June 1 NZPA - The independence of the Chief Archivist and the National Librarian will be protected under a bill due in Parliament soon, the minister responsible for those positions says.

Independence of Archives and Library will be protected

Independence of Archives and Library will be protected
Wellington, June 1 NZPA - The independence of the Chief Archivist and the National Librarian will be protected under a bill due in Parliament soon, the minister responsible for those positions says.

Public servants donate direct from pay to charities

Public servants donate direct from pay to charities
Wellington, April 14 NZPA - Ministry of Social Development and Department of Internal Affairs employees are leading the way in donations straight out of their pay packet, Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Tariana Turia says.

Govt to offer business identity check service

Govt to offer business identity check service
Wellington, April 9 NZPA - A new electronic service to help combat identity fraud will be made available to banks and other financial institutions, Internal Affairs Minister Nathan Guy said today.

KPMG to run ruler over nine government agencies

KPMG to run ruler over nine government agencies
Wellington, March 29 NZPA - KPMG has been appointed to benchmark administrative and support services in nine state sector agencies. The move was announced by the Treasury in a statement that did not detail the size of the contract. The Treasury is among the agencies being benchmarked.

Mergers signal `rolling restructure', says PSA

Mergers signal `rolling restructure', says PSA
Wellington, March 26 NZPA - The Public Service Association is calling on the Government to "come clean" about its plans for restructuring the public service.

State sector mergers announced

State sector mergers announced
Wellington, March 25 NZPA - The Government says merging several agencies into ministries will improve their efficiency and effectiveness but will require job losses. Labour's Grant Robertson said the changes were not backed by research and would have a large impact for little savings.

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