Speech

Kei aku rangatira no ngātapito e whā o te ao huri noa, tātou e huihui mai nei. Tēnā rā kōutou katoa.

Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Speech

One of the greatest opportunities to improve the wellbeing of New Zealanders is to reduce New Zealand’s high rates of violence and ultimately to reduce and stop family violence

Hon Marama Davidson
Speech

E aku hoa i te ara o te whai,

Kia kotahi tā tātou takahi i te kō, ko tōku whiwhi kei tō koutou tautoko mai.

Ko tāku ki a koutou, hei whakapiki manawa mōku.

No Minister
Speech

First, I want to express my thanks to Te Taumata for this hui and for all the fantastic work you are doing for Māori in the trade space.

Hon Rino Tirikatene
Speech

Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you today about the significant contribution the food and fibres sector makes to New Zealand and how this Government is supporting that effort.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

Tena Koutou, Tena Koutou and thank you for inviting me to speak to you today.

Hon Dr Megan Woods
Speech

My warmest greetings to everyone here today. Greetings especially to those who are on the Coast at the portal at Pike River, to you, your loved ones, your family and your friends.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

I’d like to acknowledge John Cuthbertson from CAANZ, the Commissioner of Inland Revenue Naomi Ferguson, former fellow MP and former Minister of Revenue, Peter Dunne, other guest speakers and CAANZ members.

Hon David Parker
Speech

Tena koutou katoa and thank you for the opportunity to be with you today.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

Thank you Tourism Industry Aotearoa for hosting today’s Summit.

Hon Stuart Nash