Keeping in Touch

Grant Robertson MP

In this issue:

What's going on in Wellington

This month marks two years since we became the Government, and we have been working tirelessly on the long term challenges facing New Zealand. From building over 2200 state houses to introducing landmark climate legislation and investing $1.9 billion into mental health, we have made good progress. The best way to keep in touch about our work is through my monthly email newsletter. It keeps you informed about the Government and what’s happening in Wellington Central, and gives you the opportunity to share your thoughts. I’d love for you to subscribe.

In This Issue:

Addressing climate change

Taking mental health seriously

Making housing more affordable


Addressing climate change

Climate change is this generation’s nuclear free moment. In order to address this major challenge to our planet, we need to make major shifts in the way we think about our economy. Climate change is a major priority for this government, and meeting the challenge must engage all sectors of government and our communities. Read more...

Taking mental health seriously

Many New Zealanders experience the struggle of mental health personally or through a friend or family member. The current system leaves people with mild to moderate needs on their own or waiting too long for help. It is time to take mental health seriously. Read more...

Making housing more affordable

We came into government with poor rental standards, homelessness affecting too many Wellingtonians and housing that was out of reach for too many New Zealanders. With our comprehensive plan across social, rental and private housing, we are addressing this long term issue. Read more...


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