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Maoridom has lost a taonga today, a rangatira who has served his people with dignity, with the passing of Bishop Manuhuia Bennett.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee today said she was alarmed at the death of 304 seabirds killed by a commercial longline vessel on a recent fishing trip for ling.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

The Minister of Local Government's First Reading speech for the Local Government Bill 2001.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Local Government

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee has completed a review of the management decisions taken to date to minimise the risks to safety associated with the impending Ruapehu Crater Lake lahar.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister's speech notes for the first reading debate of the "Aquaculture Moratorium" Bill

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

The Minister of Conservation has marked the first anniversary of the death of conservationist Bing Lucas with the launch of a DOC Publication: The State of Wilderness in New Zealand.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

A unique Auckland rock forest at Almorah Road in Epsom has been saved from land developers.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Local Government Forum media advisory, December 2001.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Local Government

Local Government Minister Sandra Lee says local authority trading enterprises such as those set up to retail water or power are to become more accountable to their communities.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Local Government

Possums are a major issue for Government and this Government is putting more resources into possum control than any previous Government.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

The Minister of Local Government says responsibility for local authority elected member salary and allowance setting will now pass to the Higher Salaries Commission, under new legislation.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Local Government

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee has added to the tributes being paid today to Sir Peter Blake who was killed in a shooting in Amazonia after his vessel was attacked by pirates.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Minister of Conservation Sandra Lee today acknowledged the contributions of volunteers, as New Zealand commemorated International Year of Volunteers--2001.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

This speech focuses on the background to the introduction of the Local Government Bill 2001.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Local Government

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee has announced that Tumu Te Heuheu, Ngati Tuwharetoa's paramount chief, will lead New Zealand's formal bid for a seat on the World Heritage Committee in 2003.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Hon Sandra Lee: "...the department can never lose sight of the fact that it manages huts and tracks on behalf of the public of New Zealand."

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Thank you for inviting me here this morning.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Acting LINZ Minister Sandra Lee: "The Landonline project will increase the efficiency and speed with which conveyancers and cadastral surveyors undertake land transactions..."

  • Sandra Lee
  • Local Government

The Minister of Conservation Sandra Lee said today it was deplorable that Japan is yet again sending a whaling fleet to Antarctica to kill minke whales.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Prime Minister Helen Clark and Conservation Minister Sandra Lee were in the Southland township of Tuatapere today attending festivities to mark the official opening of the Hump Ridge Track.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

The Conservation Minister highlights aspects of the vexed issue of Genetic Modification, from an Alliance perspective.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Unassigned Portfolio

New Zealand's first tussock grasslands conservation park has been opened.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Cabinet has authorised the setting up of a ministerial committee to work with the Minister of Conservation on coordinating government responses on the potential Ruapehu lahar issue.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee is saddened by suggestions today that the tree on One Tree Hill may not be replaced.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Conservation