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Auckland Barrister Ms Shelley Sage has been appointed as interim chair of the Human Rights Review Tribunal from 1 January 2002.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

12 December 2000Media Statement

The Associate Minister of Justice, Hon Margaret Wilson, has announced the appointment of Joan Allin of Wellington, as the Principal Environment Judge.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Friday, 30 November 2001Media Statement
Appointment of High Court Judge

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Thursday, 29 November 2001Media Statement
Appointment of Crown Solicitor for Tasman

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

16 November 2001Media Statement

Attorney-General Margaret Wilson said today she had now considered a Courts Department report on a telephone call list MP Tariana Turia made to Maori Land Court Chief Judge Joseph Williams.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Tuesday, 11 September 2001Media Statement

Appointment of Judge of the Court of Appeal

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Monday, 10 September 2001Media Statement
District Court Judges appointed

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Monday, 10 September 2001Media Statement

Attorney General Margaret Wilson has welcomed the consensus outcome of the World Conference Against Racism, which ended on Saturday evening in Durban, South Africa.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Attorney General Margaret Wilson has welcomed the consensus outcome of the World Conference Against Racism, which ended on Saturday evening in Durban, South Africa.

Margaret Wilson led New Zealand’s delegation to the conference.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Thursday, 30 August 2001Media Statement

World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Wednesday, 29 August 2001Media Statement

Former Justice Secretary David Oughton has been appointed as the Judicial Complaints Lay Observer. The first Lay Observer, Sir John Robertson, has resigned for health reasons.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Attorney General Margaret Wilson says the Crown will not be seeking costs in the case of Christine Rankin.

Margaret Wilson says the Crown has also decided not to pursue the appeal previously lodged relating to jurisdiction.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Attorney-General, Margaret Wilson says the Crown's case was always about competence. Clothes and other issues to which so much attention has been given were not significant.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Parliamentary Counsel Office has signed a contract with Unisys New Zealand Ltd as its implementation partner for the project to improve public access to legislation, the Attorney-General, Margaret Wilson, announced today.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Attorney-General Margaret Wilson announced today the appointment of four new lay members of the High Court under the Commerce Act.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Tuesday, 29 May 2001Media Statement

Appointment of Principal Youth Court Judge

The Attorney General Margaret Wilson has announced the appointment of District Court Judge Andrew Becroft of Wanganui as the Principal Youth Court Judge.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Attorney General Margaret Wilson has announced the appointment of District Court Judge Andrew Becroft of Wanganui as the Principal Youth Court Judge.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Friday, 11 May 2001Media Statement

Attorney General's statement on defamation action

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Attorney General, Margaret Wilson says the Crown's actions in the case of the defamation action against the Prime Minister were at all stages guided by the provisions of the Cabinet Office Manual.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Parliamentary Counsel Office has selected Unisys New Zealand Ltd as the preferred implementation partner for the project to improve public access to legislation, the Attorney-General, Margaret Wilson, announced today.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

Thursday 3 May 2001Media Statement

Appointments of High Court Judge and Chief District Court Judge

The Attorney General, Margaret Wilson, has announced the appointment of the Chief District Court Judge, Ron Young, to the High Court.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Attorney General, Margaret Wilson, has announced the appointment of the Chief District Court Judge, Ron Young, to the High Court.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

"I feel very sad to learn of the death of Trevor de Cleene. Although not unexpected, his death will still be a shock to the family, to whom I extend my sympathy.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General

The Attorney-General, Hon Margaret Wilson, has announced the appointment of Sir John Robertson KCMG CBE, as the Judicial Complaints Lay Observer.

  • Margaret Wilson
  • Attorney-General