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NZ Minister of Justice, Courts, Treaty, Work Relations & Safety, Pike River, NZSIS, GCSB. Labour List MP. Authorised by Timothy Grigg, 160 Willis Street, WLG.

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RT @ginnyandersen: Found Tiny Jack here wondering around the Jackson Street shops solo. Fortunately his owner’s number was on the collar and we had @AndrewLittleMP on hand to give them a bell!

New Zealand remains in #COVID19nz Alert Level 3. Next week a decision will be made about whether we can safely reduce to Level 2. To help you prepare, here's the detail about how Level 2 will work 4️⃣3️⃣2️⃣1️⃣ 2️⃣…️⃣

ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ MORE INFO ℹ️ℹ️ℹ️ Ministry of Justice guidance on commercial leases and mortgages:… IRD guidance on tax changes:…

Every Kiwi life is precious. We’re getting through this, together ❤️◽◽

We’re working hard, and so are the essential workers, but everyone needs keep up the team effort to beat #COVID19nz. Thank you for doing your bit 🇳🇿

Also, updates and useful information will be posted by our High Commissioner Dame Annette King and her team at the New Zealand High Commission in Canberra. Please follow @NZAustralia From New Zealand, we'll keep speaking up for our citizens and residents in Australia 🇳🇿🇦🇺🐨🦘

.@FlyAirNZ is a vital lifeline for NZ. Thinking of the wonderful staff - "Air New Zealanders" - as our Coalition Government has stepped in with a significant financial deal to protect essential routes keep our flag carrier operating ✈️👨🏾‍✈️👩🏻‍✈️🇳🇿…

RT @bernardchickey: @jacindaardern says border closure applies to people, not products. She says there's no need to panic buy food. Supermarkets will still be able supply food, if shoppers give them time to restock.

◽◽◽BREAKING ◽◽◽ At 11.59pm tonight New Zealands borders will close to non-citizens and non-residents. Unite against #COVID19nz.

RT @nzlabour: BREAKING: We've just passed legislation to make voting even easier this election. While you're picking up your fruit and veg at the supermarket, you'll also be able to cast your vote in the General Election.