Kaikoura news

Wed 18 May 2016
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Families in Nelson-Marlborough are receiving their care from more doctors and nurses under National than ever before says MP for the Kaikoura Electorate, Stuart Smith. 

“Our dedicated health workforce is making a real difference for patients all across Nelson-Marlborough

Mon 9 May 2016
| Kaikoura news

Local MP Stuart Smith is encouraging people in the community to put their hand up for School Board of Trustee elections.

Mon 9 May 2016
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The Marlborough region will benefit from the Government’s multimillion-dollar dedicated funding for emergency housing for those in need, says local MP Stuart Smith.

Fri 6 May 2016
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The ASB Theatre in Blenheim will receive $1 million of Government funding to help its development into a significant cultural and economic resource for the Marlborough region.

Fri 29 Apr 2016
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30 first home buyers in Hurunui have been helped in the first year of the Government’s HomeStart scheme.

Fri 29 Apr 2016
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207 first home buyers in Marlborough have been helped in the first year of the Government’s HomeStart scheme.

Wed 27 Apr 2016
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The New Zealand Institute of Viticulture and Oenology, a Marlborough based institute has been shortlisted to be established as a new Regional Research Institute.

“It’s encouraging to see the great research work in Marlborough being acknowledged on the national stage,” says local MP Stuart Smith.

Fri 1 Apr 2016
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Kaikoura MP Stuart Smith says new funding of $520,000 for the Hurunui Water Project will help strengthen and stabilise the local water supply around Hawarden.

Thu 17 Mar 2016
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Kaikoura MP Stuart Smith says the anti-domestic violence walk organised by community group Together Hurunui has been a valuable way to inform and bring communities together.

Wed 9 Mar 2016
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The latest regional GDP figures show Canterbury is now New Zealand’s second biggest regional economy.

“For the period March 2010 to March 2015 Canterbury’s GDP grew by 37.2 per cent, adding $8.9 billion to the region’s economy.