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01/05/2018 -: First quarter pokie statistics
06/04/2018 -: Consultation on proposed changes to DIA Information Matching Agreements
28/03/2018 -: Managing public sector information and why it matters
27/03/2018 -: Reminder: Daylight saving ends on Sunday
26/03/2018 -: Lottery Grants Board funding to support Tuia – Encounters 250 commemoration
20/02/2018 -: Gamblers spent $125 million more in FY 2016/17
24/01/2018 -: Local Government Commission set for review
09/01/2018 -: Department of Internal Affairs releases 2017 list of declined names
08/01/2018 -: Most popular baby names for 2017
20/12/2017 -: Department of Internal Affairs office relocation
19/12/2017 -: Trust and company service provider warned
13/12/2017 -: Internal Affairs takes action against a money remitter
03/11/2017 -: Pokie spend up over the last 12 months
01/11/2017 -: Five years’ jail for child abuse collection
09/10/2017 -: Kua riro mai i a He Tohu ngā tohu hoahoa ā-motu
09/10/2017 -: He Tohu exhibition scoops national design awards
26/09/2017 -: Smoke incident near National Library
19/09/2017 -: Reminder: Daylight saving starts this election weekend
15/09/2017 -: Privacy investigation complete
14/09/2017 -: Most popular Māori baby names for 2016 released
05/09/2017 -: Formal warning to Equity Trust International Ltd
15/08/2017 -: Kiwis Count shows growing satisfaction with government services
27/07/2017 -: Third man sentenced in pokie fraud case
27/07/2017 -: Pokie spend up over June year
21/07/2017 -: State of Government Recordkeeping 2015/16 Report
20/07/2017 -: Home detention for child sex abuse images and video
13/07/2017 -: He Tohu project costs
13/07/2017 -: He Tohu exhibition attracts 10,000 visitors
13/07/2017 -: DIA welcomes pokie fraud sentences
12/07/2017 -: Intensive supervision for child sex abuse images

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