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The Minister of Internal Affairs has directed the Department to post the following Cabinet papers and minutes on this website.

These papers are released consistent with the Official Information Act 1982. A small amount of information has been withheld under the Act. We have indicated clearly in each paper where material has been deleted and why.

Please note that these are Cabinet papers, not Departmental papers, and that they appear on the Department's website for reasons of convenience.

Some of these documents have been reformatted as part of the process of putting them on our website. There may be some minor differences in layout (e.g. font or page breaks) to the paper documents that Cabinet considered. There are no differences in content.

To read a paper, click on the highlighted title below.

Identifying Papers

To make it easier to follow, the number and letter code that appears with each paper is the reference number assigned by Cabinet Office. The format of the reference number indicates the type of paper:

Min indicates the paper is a minute from a meeting, which contains a number of decisions. Where Min does not appear, in most cases this indicates that a paper from the Minister is attached.

(04) Indicates the year in which a paper was considered.

CAB refers to Cabinet.

SDC refers to the Cabinet Social Development Committee.

See also: List of our Current Regulations

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