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ENG: Peter Dunne (born 17 March 1954) is a New Zealand politician, Member of Parliament and leader of the United Future political party. He effectively became an Independent MP after his United Future political party was deregistered on 25 June 2013. He has been an MP since 1984, representing the centre-left Labour Party in Parliament from 1984 to 1994, and a succession of minor centrist parties from 1994. He served as a Cabinet minister while in the Labour Party and has since done so in governments dominated by the the centre-right National Party as well as by the Labour Party. From 2005 to 2008 he held the posts of Minister of Revenue and Associate Minister of Health as a minister outside of Cabinet with the Labour-led government. After Labour suffered an election defeat in 2008 to ...
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Speech: Peter Dunne to NZ Healthcare Summit 2011‎

Hon Peter Dunne, Associate Minister of Health Address to NZ Healthcare Summit 2011 Rendezvous Hotel, Auckland Wednesday, 21 September 2011 Good morning and thank you for inviting me to speak at this Healthcare Summit. This is now the third year that I have spoken at this event, and I am pleased to see that it has become a regular fixture on the health sector calendar because it is an important event each year. I am also delighted to see so many people involved in providing and managing health care resources having come together here today to discuss some of the key issues in ...

Public want income splitting: Dunne

United Future leader Peter Dunne says he is confident public support for his "income sharing" policy will force the Government to back it despite widespread criticism the scheme is expensive and poorly targeted.Mr Dunne yesterday introduced legislation to give effect to his long-standing income sharing proposal that will allow couples with children under 18 to combine their income and then split it for tax purposes, reducing their overall tax bill. The policy would see a family with one income earner on $50,000 a year receive a $1230 annual credit but a single income family earning ...

Peter Dunne changes rules for GST rate change

Law changes to cut compliance costs around the upcoming GST rate change tax are among "business friendly" changes being made to a key piece of tax legislation, Revenue Minister Peter Dunne says. Mr Dunne has tabled the amendments to the Taxation (Annual Rates, Trans-Tasman Savings Portability, KiwiSaver and Remedial Matters) Bill which is going through Parliament. The changes will be put into the bill when it comes up for its committee stage. Mr Dunne said the GST transitional measures focused on contracts that straddled the October 1 rate change date, when it goes up from 12.5 percent to 15 ...

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Dunne welcomes rescheduling of dangerous drugs
Peter Dunne | Health The reclassification of a series of drugs posing a serious health risk to young people continues to progress and has been welcomed by Associate Minister of Health, Hon Peter Dunne. “The impact of the NBOMe family of drugs, particularly on young people, can be devastating and the pending change in classification with appropriate, stiffer penalties available sends a clear signal of the wider community’s condemnation of these substances”, says Mr Dunne ...read more
Appointments to the Archives Council
Peter Dunne | Internal Affairs Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne today announced a new appointment and three reappointments to the Archives Council. The Archives Council has a statutory role to provide the Minister with independent advice on archives and recordkeeping matters. Dr Aroha Harris, Dr Gillian Oliver and David Reeves have been reappointed for a further term, starting on 30 May 2016. The new member is Sandra (Sandi) Beatie and she will also be starting on 30 May 2016. They will join current members Anna Blackman, Dr Angela Wanhalla and Thomas Norcliffe. ...read more
Strong Clinical Support for Government’s guidelines on Cannabis-based products
Peter Dunne | Health Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne has welcomed expert clinical support of the Government’s approach to prescribing cannabis-based products from medical specialists and the New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA). Mr Dunne instructed Ministry of Health officials in March to undertake a targeted consultation with a range of medical specialists and the NZMA to determine whether the guidelines used to assess applications for prescribing cannabis-based products were still fit for purpose. ...read more
New three-year strategy to address gambling harm
Peter Dunne | Health Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne has released an updated three-year strategy to prevent and minimise the harm that can result from gambling. "The latest plan aims to build on the work done in more recent years which has resulted in a reduction in risk factors for gambling harm. “For example the number of adults engaging in multiple forms of gambling has reduced, as has the number of adults participating in monthly EGM gambling. ...read more

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