Ministry of Health / Manatū Hauora
- The Ministry of Health is in charge of New Zealand’s health and disability system, and has overall responsibility for its management and development.
- Advises on improving health outcomes, reducing inequalities and increasing participation.
- Monitors the performance of District Health Boards and other health-sector Crown entities.
- Implements, administers and enforces relevant legislation and regulations, provides health information, plans and funds public health, disability support services and other nationally funded health services.
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The government refuses to distribute the cost of living payments to those with zero taxable income, including up to 70,000 students.
Michael Wood is open to making changes to the green list for immigration before the scheduled review next year.
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