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Smith Dismisses RMA Criticism

Smith Dismisses RMA Criticism
Wellington, April 28 NZPA - Environment Minister Nick Smith is standing by a change to the Resource Management Act that critics -- including the New Zealand Transport Agency -- say could make projects take longer and cost more.

Telecom Proposes Two Options To Meet Govt Broadband Aims

Telecom Proposes Two Options To Meet Govt Broadband Aims
Wellington, April 28 NZPA - Telecom is proposing two options for achieving the Government's ultra-fast broadband goals.

Key Cautious About Full Screening At Airports

Key Cautious About Full Screening At Airports
Wellington, April 27 NZPA - Expensive upgrades of airport security are unlikely to fly, with Prime Minister John Key saying he will take a cautious approach.

Costs Of Domestic Flights Likely To Rise

Wellington, April 23 NZPA - The price of domestic flights on small planes may increase $5 a passenger if the Government adopts new security screening measures. An alleged hijacking last year prompted a review of aviation security which found some domestic flights to be at high-risk.

Report After Hijacking Shows NZ Flights At High Risk

Wellington, April 23 NZPA - An alleged hijacking last year prompted a review of aviation security which found some domestic flights to be at high-risk.

Car-Crushing Bill Nearly Ready, Key Says

Car-Crushing Bill Nearly Ready, Key Says
Wellington, April 6 NZPA - Car-crushing boy racer legislation could be introduced to Parliament as early as this week, Prime Minister John Key said today.

Farmers Challenge Govt Over Broadband Proposal

Farmers Challenge Govt Over Broadband Proposal
Wellington, April 1 NZPA - Farmers are challenging the Government to explain how they will benefit from the $1.5 billion investment in ultra-fast broadband.

West Coast Demands Answers

West Coast Demands Answers
Wellington, April 1 NZPA - West Coast mayors are demanding to know why their region has been left out of the Government's $1.5 billion investment in ultra-fast broadband.

Business Sector Expected To Match Govt Investment -- Institute

Business Sector Expected To Match Govt Investment -- Institute
By Sharon Lundy of NZPA Wellington, March 31 NZPA - Business think tank the New Zealand Institute believes the private sector will at least match the Government's $1.5 billion investment ultra-fast broadband.

PPPs For Broadband Initiative

PPPs For Broadband Initiative
By Sharon Lundy of NZPA Wellington, March 31 NZPA - Public-private partnerships will be established to deliver ultra-fast broadband to 75 percent of New Zealanders within 10 years, Communications and Technology Minister Steven Joyce announced today.

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