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David Clark
Dunedin North's MP. I stand for fairness & decent livelihoods for all. Former farm hand, factory worker, Treasury Analyst, Ironman. Authorised by David Clark,
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New Zealand Labour Jan 10
We're making progress on the long term challenges and getting it done for New Zealanders. Hit the 🔁 if you're proud of what we've achieved together so far 👍
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New Zealand Labour Dec 21
In her last speech to the House in 2019, Prime Minister reflected on all the progress made during the last year. Have a watch and RT if you're proud of what we've achieved together in 2019 ➡️
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David Clark Dec 18
Thanks for the work you do !
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Iain Lees-Galloway Dec 17
The Coalition Govt has increased the minimum wage by $1.20, just like we did last year. National says it is “too far, too fast”, just like they did last year. MBIE predicts tens of thousands of new jobs to be created in the next twelve months, just like they did last year.
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Andrew Little Dec 10
Really proud of and for their solid economic management. Together we’re building a better New Zealand 🚊🏥🛤🏗
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Diana Sarfati Dec 2
Today we launched NZ’s first Cancer Agency. Truly historic day in our fight against cancer. Much work ahead but an amazing cancer sector already showing their commitment to working together for world class cancer care for all
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David Clark Nov 29
Folks at are rightly proud of the progress we’re making. But there is still so much more to do!
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David Clark Nov 29
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David Clark Nov 28
One year on from making it cheaper for about 600,000 Kiwis to visit their doctor 👩‍⚕️, results of the New Zealand Health Survey show 57,000 fewer adults are putting off visiting the doctor due to cost - compared to the year before. Nearly ten per cent reduction!
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Ministry of Health - Manatū Hauora Nov 26
'There are people you can talk to and places you can turn to. No one will think less of you for showing some vulnerability.' - at today's official launch of the Suicide Prevention Office.
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New Zealand Labour Nov 25
Every child in Canterbury's primary and intermediate schools now has access to mental health and wellbeing support through their local school thanks to our Government's Mana Ake programme. We know that fixing our mental health system will take time, but we're making progress.
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David Clark Nov 24
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Ministry of Health - Manatū Hauora Nov 21
Overusing antibiotics can make them ineffective. Always talk to health professionals before using antibiotics.
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New Zealand Labour Nov 20
🚸ICYMI: Yesterday was World Children's Day! We said that we want to make New Zealand the best place in the world to be a child - and we're making progress. ⬇️
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David Clark Nov 16
Already 420 cancers detected, in most cases early enough for a successful intervention.
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David Clark Nov 7
Well done to the Mahi Boys and leader Paul Mason for their hard work on the Pa Kereru Loop Walkway. Paul says “out here doing this they’re just guys working out in the bush, they’re not mental health patients. There are a lot of benefits.” Ka rawe!
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New Zealand Labour Nov 3
ICYMI: took on the challenge to run through two years' worth of Government achievements in two minutes. See how she got on ⬇️
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David Clark Nov 6
I proud to have played my part. Check out other items we’ve progressed by following the link.
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David Clark Nov 5
Replying to @mackersline
Cheers Dene.
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David Clark Nov 4
Paramedics have fought for this change for more than a decade. I was delighted to announce the Government’s move to recognise the professionalism of our paramedic workforce. Thanks to all paramedics for their important work. This recognition is richly deserved!
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