Te Whānau o Waipareira launched its winter campaign today, calling on the Government to make after-hours care more affordable.
Documents released under the OIA show only a single, three-page document resulted from the previous review.
If the fuel price were to reach these heights, those most affected will be rural Kiwis and low-income families, says NZ Road Transport's Ken Shirley.
"People would have expected, given the rhetoric, that this government would be putting a lot more into health and education. They just haven't."
The Economic Development Minister was delivering a post-Budget speech when he told the audience about an RNZ interview last year.
Budget 2018 focused on health and education primarily, with housing also given a nod by the Finance Minister.
1 NEWS political editor runs through what to expect in the Labour-led Government’s first Budget.
Our political editor says there's a lot riding on Thursday's Budget for Finance Minister Grant Robertson.