Recommended.co.nz | Guide2.co.nz | Voxy.co.nz | Gimme.co.nz
Homepage | login or create an account

Charles Chauvel

Loan Sharks Targeted In MP's Bill

Loan Sharks Targeted In MP's Bill
Wellington, May 19 NZPA - Regulation of loan sharks and the interest rates they charge are the focus of a new member's bill about to be put into Parliament's ballot by Labour MP Charles Chauvel.

Chauvel Appointed Privileges Committee Chairman

Chauvel Appointed Privileges Committee Chairman
Wellington, May 16 NZPA - Labour MP Charles Chauvel is the new chairman of Parliament's privileges committee. Mr Chauvel replaces former Labour MP and finance minister Michael Cullen, who retired last month.

National Spurning Labour Over Climate Change Co-Operation

National Spurning Labour Over Climate Change Co-Operation
Wellington, May 8 NZPA - National is spurning an offer from Labour to work co-operatively on setting up an emissions trading scheme, Labour's climate change spokesman Charles Chauvel said today.

Australian Changes Must Be Considered In Looking At ETS - Smith

Australian Changes Must Be Considered In Looking At ETS - Smith
Wellington, May 7 NZPA - Climate Change Issues Minister Nick Smith says Australia's delayed emissions trading scheme (ETS) needs to be taken into account in New Zealand.

Goff Announces Shadow Cabinet Changes

(Adds comments from PM and Mr Mallard) by Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, May 5 NZPA - Labour leader Phil Goff has announced modest changes to his shadow cabinet line up today, saying it is too soon for a major reshuffle.

Goff Announces Shadow Cabinet Changes

Goff Announces Shadow Cabinet Changes
Wellington, May 5 NZPA - Labour leader Phil Goff has announced modest changes to his shadow cabinet line up today, saying it is too soon for a major reshuffle.

Agriculture And Energy Intense Sectors Argue Against ETS

Agriculture And Energy Intense Sectors Argue Against ETS
Wellington, May 4 NZPA - Agriculture and manufacturing sector organisations today told a parliamentary select committee that the emissions trading scheme (ETS) should either be scrapped or significantly modified.

Power Cuts Unlikely But Thermal Power May Be Needed - Brownlee

Power Cuts Unlikely But Thermal Power May Be Needed - Brownlee
Wellington, April 28 NZPA - Power cuts are unlikely but thermal generation may need to be increased after the Cook Strait power cable failed last night, Energy Minister Gerry Brownlee said today.

Govt And Labour Cautious About Latest Kyoto Liability Estimates

Govt And Labour Cautious About Latest Kyoto Liability Estimates
Wellington, April 15 NZPA - The Government and the Labour Party say New Zealand still faces big climate change challenges despite latest figures showing liabilities under the Kyoto Protocol have swung from deficit to surplus.

Ministerial Review To Shake Up Electricty Sector Named

Ministerial Review To Shake Up Electricty Sector Named
Wellington, April 1 NZPA - A ministerial review of the electricity sector to look at security of supply, affordability and the duplication of sector governance has been formally announced.

Credit Card Comparison TablesCompare Credit Cards - Independent interest rate and fees comparisons for New Zealand banks.