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The Minister of State Services refused to provide two emails that revealed the comments provided by the Green Party in response to consultation on a proposed Cabinet paper.
Sam Sherwood, on behalf of Stuff, made a request to Selwyn District Council for information about staff grievances and allegations of bullying.
Request for information relating to Ministry of Education 2012 Special Education School Transport Assessment (SESTA) tenderOpinionsIn 2012, the Ministry of Education published a Request For Proposals (RFP) for the transport of special needs children for educational purposes called the ‘Special Education School Transport Assistance tender’ (SESTA tender).
For the reasons set out below, I am of the opinion that the Commerce Commission was entitled, under section 9(2)(g)(i) of the Official Information Act 1982 (OIA), to withhold a copy of a draft of a Starting Price Adjustment Input Methodology reque
We had a limited opportunity to comment on the draft Corrections Amendment Bill (the Bill) and some amendments were made as a consequence of our submissions. However, there remain other matters which concern us.
Complaint by the Hubbard Support Team and others concerning a recommendation for statutory management made by the Securities Commission to the Minister of Commerce on 19 June 2010OpinionsThe Complaint In July 2010, I received a complaint from members of the Hubbard Support Team and others concerning a recommendation that was made by the Securities Commission (Commission), acting by division, to the Minister of Commerce (
On 4 September 2008 Mr Sharpe sought from the Council “details of the 3099 ‘Unverified HAIL’ sites in the region, i.e. their location and the activity/industry that are known to have the potential to cause land contamination”.