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E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good morning everyone. It is a real pleasure to be here this morning in my home town!

Thank you to Volunteering Mid & South Canterbury for inviting me to join in recognising the wonderful job done by the volunteers in this region.

I would also like to acknowledge and congratulate the newly elected Mayor of Timaru, Damon Odey. It is great to have you here to help recognise the valuable contribution made by these volunteers.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Community and Voluntary Sector

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good afternoon everyone. I am delighted to join you at this first full year annual meeting of Charities Services.

Brendon – thank you for the invitation. Members of the Independent Charities Registration Board – Roger, Caren and Kirikaiahi it’s good to see you all again.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Community and Voluntary Sector

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

It is my great pleasure to join you this morning.

Thank you Ken and members of the National COGS Committee for inviting me to share in launching the COGS Profile.

Since it began in 1986, the Community Organisation Grants Scheme, affectionately known to us all as COGS, has been a vital source of government funding for non-profit community organisations.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Community and Voluntary Sector

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Thank you Stuart for your warm greetings this evening. I am delighted to be here tonight to celebrate the launch of the Institute of Directors’ third Mentoring for Diversity programme.

I acknowledge Vice President Michael Stiassny, CEO William Whittaker, other members of your Council, and all the mentors and mentees here tonight who have been part of this programme since it was launched in 2011. 

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Women’s Affairs

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Rotorua Mayor Hon Steve Chadwick, FAO Assistant Director-General Mr Konuma, FAO Director of the Forest Economics Policy and Products Ms Eva Muller, Scion CEO Warren Parker and chair Mr. Su Chunyu.

Distinguished delegates and guests, industry and iwi leaders, local dignitaries, ladies and gentlemen.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Primary Industries

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good afternoon everyone and thanks for the warm welcome.

It is great to be back here in Rotorua, my second visit in as many months.

I attended the WoodEXPO 2013 meeting in September - and recognise some familiar faces from that informative day!

Putting together conferences takes time and energy and I want to start off by acknowledging three key individuals who made today’s forum possible.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Primary Industries

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Senior Citizens

E aku Rangatira,  Tēnā koutou katoa,  Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou       

Good morning, and thank you for inviting me to speak at your conference today. I would particularly like to thank Grainne (Moss) for extending the invitation to me, and for her kind introduction. I would also like to acknowledge your Chairman, Bryan Mogridge.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa.  Ka nui to honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Women’s Affairs

E aku Rangatira,  Tēnā koutou katoa,  Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou       

Good afternoon everyone. It’s a pleasure to be able to speak to you today at this event to mark World Mental Health Day. And of course it’s also Mental Health Awareness Week.

I would like to thank Professor Max Abbott for inviting me to join you today.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good afternoon. First I would like to acknowledge MercyAscot Managing Director Andrew Wong, chair Richard Fisher and CEO Geoff Sparkes, as well as Health and Quality and Safety Commission deputy chair Shelly Frost.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

‘Ensuring financially sustainable and efficient healthcare provision for all New Zealanders’

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Thank you Nevil for your introduction and greetings to everyone here today. 

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Thank you, Iona, for your introduction and a warm welcome to you all. Today is International Day of Older Persons, a day to celebrate the value of older people, and I am delighted to be here sharing a part of this day with you.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Thank you for inviting me to join you this afternoon.  I am told that New Zealand hosted the first IPAC Conference in 2001 and played host again in 2006, with both held in Wellington.  Being a South Islander, I am pleased that this year’s Conference has moved south to Queenstown.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Your Excellency, the Governor-General of New Zealand, Lt Gen The Right Honourable Sir Jerry Mateparae, Deputy British High Commissioner Patrick Reilly, Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Board chair Rachael Selby, members of the Trust Board, Department of Internal Affairs Chief Executive Colin MacDonald, Fellows and welcomed guests.

A special thank you to Sir Jerry Mateparae for hosting us in this lovely setting, and for His Excellency’s service as patron of the Trust.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Community and Voluntary Sector

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good morning everyone. Thank you, Kura, for your welcoming words for us all here today. Kia ora.

Distinguished leaders, ladies and gentlemen – a very warm welcome to this 120th anniversary celebration of women’s suffrage in New Zealand. On behalf of my ministerial and parliamentary colleagues, welcome to our Parliament.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Women’s Affairs

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Women’s Affairs

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.                      

Thanks Theo for your kind introduction and good evening everyone. Thank you to IMAC for inviting me here to close the first day of the eighth New Zealand Immunisation Conference. It really is a pleasure.

Firstly, I’d like to acknowledge:

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa.  Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good morning everyone and thank you for inviting me to open this important and timely meeting. Thank you to Francis (CEO of Grow Rotorua) for the warm welcome.

I bring you apologies from Hon Steven Joyce who was unable to be with you on this occasion, and asked me to speak on his behalf.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Primary Industries

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Distinguished leaders, ladies and gentlemen, a very warm welcome to this 120th anniversary celebration of women’s suffrage in New Zealand.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Women’s Affairs

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa.  Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good afternoon, and thank you for inviting me to speak to you today. Particular thanks to Greg (Ward) for the kind introduction, and to Martin (Taylor) and Simon (O’Dowd) for organising and inviting me to take part in this conference.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Health

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa.  Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Primary Industries

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi ki a koutou.

Good evening everyone.  Thank you for your kind words of welcome Brigid.  Thanks also to Women on Boards New Zealand for inviting me to launch the inaugural Women in Governance Awards this evening.  I particularly thank Lesley Whyte and Dr Rosanne Hawarden, co-founders of Women on Boards New Zealand, and NEXT magazine for hosting this wonderful event.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Women’s Affairs

Good morning everyone and thanks to NZPork for inviting me to address you today.  I’d like to start by acknowledging Chairman Ian Carter, and other local and overseas industry representatives present here today.

  • Jo Goodhew
  • Primary Industries