Tag: Ministry of Justice. Showing results 1 - 10 of 32

Showing results 1 - 10 of 32

Search results

  1. Video for Growing number of wāhine Māori in the police force
    News

    Growing number of wāhine Māori in the police force

    Te Rarawa's Eden Cherrington was one of 78 new cops who graduated at the Royal New Zealand Police College in Porirua today.  Cherrington becomes part of the growing number of wāhine Māori police officers to enter the force.    

  2. Video for $133m to break Māori re-offending and imprisonment cycle
    News

    $133m to break Māori re-offending and imprisonment cycle

    A total of $133 million will focus on breaking the cycle of Māori re-offending and imprisonment, with an added Whānau Ora approach to reduce Māori prison numbers. A further $131 million will be spent to lift outcomes for people who interact with the justice system.      

  3. Video for Mum calls out state services for lack of support
    News

    Mum calls out state services for lack of support

    A mother who spent most of her childhood in state care is frustrated and appalled by the lack of support by state services in her time of need. Kyleigh Jane Portland is now advocating for her son who suffers from a range of medical issues, including post-thrombotic syndrome, and is having to deal with state services and their processes again. 

  4. News

    Govt to fund $56.1m to develop whenua Māori

    The focus is on stimulating social and economic development through the 1.4 million hectares of whenua Māori that remains in Māori freehold title, says Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta.

  5. Video for Gangs wary of government guns crackdown
    News

    Gangs wary of government guns crackdown

    The first reading on the newly proposed gun law bill was read today in parliament.  Gangs in particular have not been exempted from the laws and are expected to follow its processes or they will suffer the consequences according to Minister of Police Stuart Nash.    

  6. Video for Minister of Justice signs off intrusive surveillance
    News

    Minister of Justice signs off intrusive surveillance

    Minister of Justice Andrew Little confirmed he has signed off warrants granting spy agencies the authority to conduct intrusive surveillance on "people of concern" in New Zealand.

  7. Video for A change of culture in parliament needed - Ghahraman
    News

    A change of culture in parliament needed- Ghahraman

    Race Relations Day provides an opportunity to celebrate and experience many of New Zealand's more than 200 ethnic communities.

  8. Video for ILGA Conference continues despite events in CHCH
    News

    ILGA Conference continues despite events in CHCH

    The ILGA World Conference brought together more than 500 lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) human rights defenders and members of civil society. 

  9. Video for Extremist, truly active in New Zealand
    News

    Extremist, truly active in New Zealand

    Has the government let us down by not taking white extremist threats seriously in New Zealand? Could Fridays attack been avoided if there was more of a focus on these types of threats? These are the questions being raised around parliament today after yesterdays announcement by Prime Minister Ardern on proposed changes to the countries gun laws.  

  10. Video for PM Jacinda Ardern announces reforms on NZ gun laws
    News

    PM Jacinda Ardern announces reforms on NZ gun laws

    Government was still in lockdown today with a heavy police presence surrounding parliament house, as Cabinet Ministers met today to discuss the way forward for gun legislation and the banning of all semi automatic weapons in the country. 

  11. Show more results

Pages