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Below you will find LGNZ’s media releases and news from the sector, you can filter your search by clicking on the options to the left.  For media enquiries please contact:

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Local Government New Zealand has launched a new piece of work to create a comprehensive framework that brings freshwater issues and water infrastructure into a coherent policy.

A new approach to water policy is needed to ensure community expectations and government standards can be better met, Local Government New Zealand says.

A commitment from the Government for more police for rural and provincial New Zealand will help alleviate pressures small communities have been facing from a shortage of police staff.

Dear member,

In this edition of Frontpage News we share stories on the growing call from around the country for more funding for tourism infrastructure, comment on ACT’s new housing policies, why the current fluoridation legislation needs more work and LGNZ’s response to the Government’s proposal to ban products containing plastic...

Housing is one of the most significant issues facing New Zealanders and Local Government New Zealand agrees with ACT Party leader David Seymour that new approaches are needed to ensure better outcomes for Kiwis. 

Federated Farmers adding its voice to the call for more central government funding for tourism infrastructure is welcomed by Local Government New Zealand. 

Upper Harbour Local Board is encouraging residents to explore their blue backyard this summer.

Local Government New Zealand welcomes the Government’s proposals to ban products containing plastic microbeads and hopes it signals a new approach to removing plastics from the environment.

Passion is what drives Rachel Thomas in her work with local government, and after being awarded 2016 LGNZ Top Student for Local Government paper, she can now celebrate that passion with the recognition of her colleagues, local government and the industry at large. 

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In this edition of Frontpage News we report on the efforts councils around the country are making to help those affected by the serious earthquakes of last week.