Justin spoke to Health Minister Andrew Little about the nurses' strike, which are set to go ahead on August 19 and September 9 and 10, after members of the New Zealand Nurses' Organisation voted to reject an agreement with the DHBs.
Justin spoke to Health, SIS, and GCSB Minister Andrew Little about the government accusing China of cyberattacks, Cabinet allowing terror suspect Suhayra Aden to return to New Zealand, and his thoughts on several Auckland University science professors' comments that mātauranga Māori is 'no science'.
Justin spoke to Health Minister and the Lead Coordination Minister for the Government's Response to the Christchurch Attack Royal Commission about the new nurses strike, ACC not covering those who are not physically injured in the March 15 attack, and rebranding the Like Minds mental health program.
Justin spoke to Health and SIS Minister Andrew Little about the government planning to toughen up hate speech laws, updates on the Waikato DHB cyberattack, and a report from the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security on the SIS using Auckland Transport CCTV to surveil people.
Justin spoke to the Lead Coordinating Minister for the Government's response in the Christchurch attack Royal Commission, as well as Health and Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little about the counterterrorism hui in Christchurch, his thoughts on the They Are Us movie, and changes to the engagement strategy to takutai moana on treaty settlements.
Justin talked to Health, Treaty Negotiations, and SIS Minister Andrew Little about the nurses' strikes yesterday, National MP Paul Goldsmith's comments on colonisation being "on balance" good for Māori, and Te Pāti Māori asking for a SIS-Police taskforce on anti-Māori hate speech.
Justin talked to Health Minister Andrew Little about mental health advocate Mike King returning his Order of New Zealand Merit (ONZM) medal saying the mental health system is still "broken", and updates to the Waikato DHB cyberattack and nurses pay negotiations.
Justin spoke with Health, GCSB, and SIS Minister Andrew Little about the Budget's spending on health, the cyberattack against the Waikato DHB, and a review of the Intelligence and Security Act being brought forward.