According to reported, support workers have called for hostels to be put on a register, as they are scared of visiting clients, due to dirty hostels which may have health risks.
Sewage systems have been the latest issue with the Government who has just announced that it would offer more than $15 million towards new systems in Ruakaka and Kerikeri.
The new plans will replace more than 500 septic tanks. The government will also give $7.315 million in order to expand wastewater service in KerKeri area. This might cost up to $30 million.
An objective of the NZ approach is to construct a $1 billion industry. At the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic the latest aquaculture centre was formally commenced yesterday and will support in fueling a mounting thrust by native councils and industry troupe to yield the ocean's reward. Known as Ahumoana a Toi, the laboratory capability was unbolted yesterday afternoon by the Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Phil Heatley.
The Fisheries Minister Phil Heatley denied ruling out an inquiry into some of the phases of the fishing industry,
It was told by Housing Minister, Phil Heatley that the Government would be putting $5 million in housing project to help families own their homes and provide affordable accommodation for old people. This money would go under the Housing Innovation Fund.
Around 30 families would be helped in the project to afford their own homes and 15 rental properties would be given to the older people.
The Ministry of Fisheries has given its approval for a large, open-sea mussel farm, still in its "experimental" form, off the coast of Canterbury. The project is expected to create as many as 200 job opportunities, especially in the Christchurch area.
The approval has come after about a decade of research and constant consultation by joint-venture firms Ngai Tahu Fisheries, Marlborough Mussel Company, owned by Dunedin's Skeggs family, and Pegasus Bay Aquaculture.
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