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It is a privilege to be invited to address the China Executive Leadership Academy today.

New Zealand has a strong and growing relationship with China, and I welcome China’s continuous interest in the New Zealand experience. You have asked me to share with you today, the New Zealand model and experience of building a clean government.

Over the years, New Zealand and China have enjoyed many high level exchanges as we continuously further our relationship and build our understanding of each other’s models and experiences in a globalised world.

  • Judith Collins
  • Justice

Good afternoon

It’s a pleasure to be here today to officially open the Ethnic People In Commerce Conference for 2013.

It’s fantastic to see so many of you turn out to support today’s event!

And it’s great to see so many familiar faces.
For those who attended last year’s conference, I’m sure you’ll agree EPIC NZ is a wonderful networking opportunity for all New Zealand’s ethnic and mainstream business leaders.

  • Judith Collins
  • Ethnic Affairs

Good afternoon.

Thank you for the invitation to speak to you today. It’s great to be here.

The International Association of Women Judges is an association of great ability, accomplishment and potential.

  • Judith Collins
  • Justice

Namaste, good morning.

It’s a pleasure to here today at this New Zealand Indian Central Association Women’s Conference, especially as you celebrate your ten year anniversary.
Congratulations. I hope you leave today’s forum, encouraged and inspired to reach your full potential and achieve your goals.

I thank the Women’s Committee of the New Zealand Indian Central Association, not just for your efforts in organising today’s event, but for your dedication and hard work as leaders.

  • Judith Collins
  • Ethnic Affairs

Good afternoon.

It’s great to be here in Christchurch for the first of the three EthnicA events happening around the country.

It’s fantastic to see so many of you turn out today to support this conference.

I acknowledge and thank you for participating and hope that you all leave today inspired to lead by example, not just in your own communities, but as role models for all of New Zealand.

  • Judith Collins
  • Ethnic Affairs

The Langham Hotel, Auckland

Good morning.

Thank you for the invitation to speak to you today.

On behalf of the Government, I welcome all the international attendees to New Zealand, and to Auckland.

It’s great to see you here.

This morning I will talk briefly about what we’re doing in New Zealand to drive excellence and innovation in the courts.

Our justice and courts system is one of our greatest assets.

  • Judith Collins
  • Justice