New Zealand moves to Alert Level 1
New Zealand will move to Covid-19 Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm on Monday 8 June, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced.
The Ministry for the Environment is consulting on proposed changes to the National Environmental Standard for Sources of Human Drinking Water.
The New Zealand Treasury has published the Half year economic and fiscal update 2021 and the Budget policy statement 2022.
The Prime Minister has announced that New Zealand will move into the traffic light system – the Covid-19 Protection Framework – at 11.59pm on Thursday 2 December.
The Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, David Clark, has announced that the Commerce Commission will review the cost of residential building supplies.
Ministers have announced planning rule changes that will allow more houses to be built in New Zealand's large cities. The Resource Management Act 1991 will be amended before the end of 2021.
Te Arotake i te Anamata mō Ngā Kaunihera Review into the Future for Local Government. The interim report of the Review into the Future for Local Government is published today.
The Prime Minister has announced a step by step approach to changes to Auckland's covid-19 alert level.
Detailed data about river water quality in New Zealand from Land, air, water, Aotearoa LAWA. Includes data about Auckland rivers.
The Minister of Climate Change has announced that consultation on New Zealand's Emissions Reductions Plan will begin in October.
The Prime Minister has announced that Covid Alert Level 4 will remain in place across the whole of New Zealand until 11.59pm on Friday [27 August], and until 11.59pm on Tuesday August 31 for Auckland.