The June 2016 edition of the Future Christchurch update features stories on the opening of the Aranui Wainoni Community Centre, the new head of Development Christchurch, nearing the end of Housing New Zealand's earthquake repair and rebuild programme, the Manchester Street transport project and much more.
This paper provides a summary of the provisional financial results for the Flag Consideration Project, including the results for the part of the budget for which the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet had responsibility.
The May 2016 edition of the Future Christchurch update features stories on the Regenerate Christchurch Board, progress on Christchurch City Council facilities, awesome new street art created for the central city and much more.
In April 2016, the Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery (now the Minister supporting Greater Christchurch Recovery), Hon Gerry Brownlee, under section 22 of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act 2011 has given approval for several minor amendments to be made arising from Environment Canterbury’s review of the Land Use Recovery Plan (the Recovery Plan).
The Burwood Resource Recovery Park was established following the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010-2011 to manage the receipt and resource processing of mixed materials from the demolition of commercial and residential buildings.
This circular sets out the Cabinet Directions for the Conduct of Crown Legal Business. Their primary purpose is to identify core Crown legal matters, to set out how those matters are conducted by Government, and to set out the Law Officers’ oversight of such legal matters.
This case study was written by Nehal Davison from the UK Institute for Government during a five week secondment to the Policy Project team in the New Zealand Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC).
A refreshed New Zealand Cyber Security Strategy, accompanying Action Plan, and a National Plan to Address Cybercrime, were released on 10 December 2015 and replace New Zealand's 2011 Cyber Security Strategy.
This paper seeks approval of a proposed Order in Council, the New Zealand Flag Referendums (First Flag Referendum) Amendment Order, which will amend the New Zealand Flag Referendums (First Flag Referendum) Order 2015, to allow for the inclusion of a fifth alternative flag design on the voting paper for the first referendum.