Winston Peters
Release

New Zealand is to increase its diplomatic representation in Brazil by appointing a diplomat as Consul-General in Sao Paulo, Foreign Minister Winston Peters announced today.

Winston Peters Foreign Affairs
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Up to 300 New Zealanders aged between 18 and 30 will be able to live in Brazil for one year to work, holiday or study under a new reciprocal working holiday scheme signed today, Foreign Minister Wi

Winston Peters Foreign Affairs
Speech

Speech to the Masterton and Wairarapa racing clubs’ combined awards night
Masterton Cosmopolitan Club
7.15pm, 20 August

Racing
Speech

Address by Racing Minister Winston Peters to the 2008 Mercedes Thoroughbred Awards

Delivered at 7.15pm, 15 August 2008
Mystery Creek Convention Centre
Hamilton

Racing
Release

New Zealand’s next Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the World Trade Organisation in Geneva will be career diplomat David Walker, Foreign Minister Winston Peters announced today.

Winston Peters Foreign Affairs
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Veterans’ welfare received a $1 million boost today with the handing over of a cheque from Associate Senior Citizens Minister Winston Peters and Veterans’ Affairs Minister Rick Barker t

Winston Peters Senior Citizens
Speech

Racing Minister Winston Peters' address to the Annual Conference of Harness Racing Clubs 

Racing
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New Zealand's premiere harness races will receive a stakes increase totalling $1.6 million this year, Racing Minister Winston Peters announced at the Harness Racing New Zealand annual conference to

Winston Peters Racing
Speech

7 August 2008

Speech by Foreign Minister Winston Peters to the New Zealand Diplomacy Course, Political Studies Office, University of Auckland

Foreign Affairs
Speech

 

 Address by Foreign Minister Winston Peters to the New Zealand Pacific Business Council

31 July 2008

Foreign Affairs
Release

The release of an updated SuperGold Card directory, which will be delivered to more than half a million senior New Zealanders, has been welcomed by Associate Senior Citizens Minister Winston Peters

Winston Peters Senior Citizens
Release

New Zealand will contribute an additional $500,000 towards United Nations efforts to address food shortages in North Korea, Foreign Minister Winston Peters announced today.

Winston Peters Foreign Affairs
Speech

Speech by Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters to the NZ - US Business Council function
Auckland War Memorial Museum
The Domain
5.30pm, 26 July 2008

Foreign Affairs