Capital Gains Tax a dilemma to NZ First Party

Capital Gains Tax a dilemma to NZ First Party

Peter Dunne Wellington, February 16, 2019 Greens Co-leader James Shaw’s comment when Parliament resumed this week that the current government does not deserve to be re-elected if it fails to introduce a Capital Gains Tax would have been regarded as yet another reason why the Greens kept themselves from being invited into government for almost 20 years. Significant Perspective But…

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New Mobile App a boon to children and ECE

New Mobile App a boon to children and ECE

With fun and games, it helps ASD  affected children too Supplied Content Auckland, February 17, 2019 From Unicorns to Fairies, Mythical Creatures have contributed their mite to honing of the fantasy world of children. Parents and educators have tried to unveil the Pegasus and narrate social stories. But have the children grasped them? ‘Ready for Big School’ assists parents and…

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End of Land Tenure Review announced

End of Land Tenure Review announced

Wellington, February 17, 2019 The government is proposing sweeping changes to the rules followed by farmers leasing Crown land. This week Land Information minister Eugenie Sage announced the end of tenure review, under which leased high-country Crown land could be signed over to farmers provided they set aside areas for conservation. Tightening Rules On Sunday she went further with plans…

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