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Labour calls out Govt's tertiary data requirement plan
Moves by govt for institutes to reveal where graduates end up working and what they earn is a step in the right direction, but comes with fish hooks.
Labour unveils SMB policy… National rejects it
Small businesses with fewer than 20 staff will get a bigger bite of the procurement pie under a Labour Government, leading to National branding the plans half-baked.
Adams slams "underwhelming" Labour UFB plans
"Labour is showing that after nearly six years in Opposition and three Opposition Leaders they still have no new ideas and precious little understanding of what is already happening."
Labour ups ICT ante with new digital proposals...
"The current Government’s lack of vision means opportunities are being missed and too many New Zealanders are being left behind."
Govt mocks Labour's "out of date" ICT NZ plans...
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce says the big news for Labour today is that they have discovered the ICT industry.
"Game-changing" tech at the heart of Labour's digital economic upgrade
"We can become a prosperous nation supported by a vibrant IT industry."
Labour’s education policy aims to reduce digital divide
A Labour Government will ensure that all students in Years 5-13 will have access to a portable computer in the classroom and their home, says David Cunliffe, Labour Leader.
Labour slams Chorus appeal as a "waste of time"
John Key and Amy Adams must tell New Zealanders whether they support Chorus’ appeal of the High Court’s ruling in favour of the Commerce Commission.
Labour aims to "protect citizens" with a digital bill of rights
"A digital bill of rights would put New Zealand on a path towards being a digital world leader and prepare us for the online future."
Cunliffe not Curran to blame for Labour ICT leak
Despite initial reports to the contrary, Labour have this afternoon revealed that party ideas on ICT policy were in fact sent from leader David Cunliffe’s office.
Labour’s David Cunliffe on ICT
A long time ICT fan, David Cunliffe was keen to step back into an ICT role, taking over as Labour spokesperson when he took over the reins as Opposition leader.