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Improved broadband and mobile services for rural New Zealand will grow regional economies and boost tourism in key destinations, Communications Minister Amy Adams says.
All rural hospitals are now able to connect to rural broadband and the Government aims to reach all schools and 90% of businesses by the end of the year, says Communications Minister Amy Adams.
All rural public hospitals and integrated family health centres now have access to high speed broadband, says Health Minister Jonathan Coleman and Communications Minister Amy Adams.
POLICY WORK on the $150m extension to the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI) announced just before the election is now being carried out, says Communications Minister Amy Adams.
THE GOVERNMENT will reallocate $24 million to a new project that encourages land owners in the Lake Rotorua catchment to switch to low nitrogen land uses or find other ways to reduce the amount of nitrogen polluting the lake water, Environment Minister Amy Adams says.
FARMERS ARE welcoming proposed amendments to the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management, released yesterday by the Government.
A bill that will help deliver a system that answers communities' planning needs, enables growth and provides strong environmental outcomes has passed its first reading in Parliament, says Environment Minister Amy Adams.
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