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SOLGM Awards keynote address

Fa’atalofa atu, malo e lelei, Kia ora koutou katoa, Da Jia hao [dah-jah how] (hello everyone in Chinese Mandarin) and An yong hae seyo yeo leo bun [ann-yong-hah-say-yo yel-lo-boon] (hello in Korean)

Mr Speaker, We have travelled a long way in eight days, since the bill was read a first time.

Mr Speaker, it is Day 25 of the largest criminal investigation in New Zealand history.

It’s great to be here today in Hokianga supporting the First Citizen of the Provinces, Shane Jones to make the latest funding announcements for Northland.

Thank you, Dalton Kelly for your warm introduction.

It’s a pleasure to be here to open this conference - it’s the second time I’ve had the opportunity to speak with you at your annual conference as Minister of Health, so I want to thank you for welcoming me back.

Fa’atalofa atu, malo e lelei, Kia ora koutou katoa

Thank you, Roger Beaumont, for your introduction.

Minister of Foreign Affairs speech to the Diplomatic Corps.

Thank you for inviting me here to help celebrate the launch of Te Ora Auaha: Creative Wellbeing Alliance Aotearoa.

Mr Speaker, as we meet today New Zealand is under a terror threat level of HIGH.

Thank you to everyone who has joined us today to examine how to create enabling environments that support Thriving Whānau.

The Year of Tourism is an important opportunity to showcase the depth of our people-to-people connections. It’s a time to reflect on our relationship, share in each other’s culture through travel and look to the future, strengthening our already deep ties.

Tēnā koe, thank you for your mihi. Thank you Peter Barnett  and NCAT co-chair Lynette Hutson and welcome everyone to this Addiction Leadership Day.

A New Zealand Perspective. Indigenous Development and the Māori Experience.

Speech to the Auckland Branch of the NZ Law Society, 25 March 2019

New Zealand Statement to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Emergency Meeting on the Christchurch terror attack.

22 March 2019
Istanbul, Turkey

Tēnā koutou. Good morning. A salaam alaikum. Peace be upon you. And peace be upon all of us.

Minister Parker – Speech to ANZ Capital Markets

Trade Policy in Turbulent Times

I’m proud to be here today announcing the Government’s investment, through the Provincial Growth Fund, in two key Whangarei tourism projects.

I am very pleased to be invited here today by Te Puna Ora o Mataatua for the opening of the Tū Māia Rangatahi Hub.

It is my pleasure to be here with you all this morning, at the inaugural Tourism Policy School conference. It’s fantastic to see the University of Otago assemble such a distinguished audience from across the tourism sector.

Realising the cultural tourism of the Waikato.