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Good afternoon and thank you all for coming. I am delighted to be here at what is my first road opening as Minister of Transport.

  • Steven Joyce
  • Transport

Mr Speaker, I move that the Electricity (Renewable Preference) Repeal Bill now be read a first time.

  • Gerry Brownlee
  • Energy and Resources

Worship the Mayor of Papakura District, Calum Penrose

Commanding Officer 1 NZSAS GP, Lt Col Jim Blackwell ONZM

Ambassador Ms Annelies Boogaerdt of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

  • Judith Collins
  • Veterans' Affairs

Mr President, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen.

  • Tim Groser
  • Climate Change Issues

This bill amends the Employment Relations Act 2000 to implement Government policy on trial employment periods for new employees of small and medium sized businesses - those employing fewer than

  • Kate Wilkinson
  • Labour

Mr Speaker, I wish to make a ministerial statement under Standing Order 347.

  • Bill English
  • Finance

Launch of new Alexander Turnbull Library Manuscripts and Pictorial website featuring the papers of Sir Donald McLean

  • Richard Worth
  • National Library

Chief of Defence Force, distinguished guests, staff of the Command and Staff College, and of course, graduates. Good evening.

  • Wayne Mapp
  • Defence

Bali Democracy Forum

10-11 December 2008: New Zealand Statement


E nga mana, E nga reo, E nga hau e wha

Tena tatou katoa

  • Georgina te Heuheu
  • Disarmament and Arms Control
  • Georgina te Heuheu
  • Pacific Island Affairs

"A new book published by the ‘It's not OK' Campaign will add to a range of Campaign resources that are helping New Zealanders to prevent family violence," Social Development Minister Paula Bennet

  • Paula Bennett
  • Social Development and Employment

The Maori Party stands to congratulate Hon Dr Lockwood Smith in the prestigious role of Speaker of the House of Representatives.

  • Pita Sharples
  • Maori Affairs

Speech from the Throne, delivered by Governor General the Honourable Anand Satyanand, PCNZM, QSO, to Members of the House of Representatives in Parliament's Legislative Council C

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

Deputy Commissioner Lyn Provost

Superintendent Mike Wilson

Greg O'Connor - Police Association <Note: if Minister wishes>

Esteemed leader Uncle Aka, greetings

  • Judith Collins
  • Police

Thank you for the opportunity to speak with you so soon after the formation of the new government.

This afternoon I am going to focus on:

  • Tony Ryall
  • Health

Consul General Okabe and Mrs Okabe, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen; it is a pleasure to be here with you tonight to join the celebration of the birthday of His Majesty The Emperor

  • Pansy Wong
  • Ethnic Affairs

Good Afternoon and Kia Ora

  • Jonathan Coleman
  • Tourism

Opening of Welcome Sweet Peace: Returning Home after the Great War

at the National Library, 1 December 2008.

  • Richard Worth
  • National Library

E ngā mana, e ngā reo o tēnei rohe, tēnā koutou.

E ngā iwi e huihui nei, i te Kōmihana Kaupapa Atawhai, tēnā koutou kātoa.

  • Tariana Turia
  • Community and Voluntary Sector

 Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.

A warm New Zealand welcome to the 12th National Chemical Diversion Conference.

  • Judith Collins
  • Police

Thank you for the invitation to open your conference... the first for ACEM here in our nation's capital.

  • Tony Ryall
  • Health

Thank you for that introduction, Dato Timothy Ong.

  • John Key
  • Prime Minister

Good afternoon: It is a pleasure to be here, and to share some thoughts with you at the close of the 6th New Zealand Biosecurity Summit.

  • Jim Anderton
  • Biosecurity

Speech notes prepared ahead of delivery at Parliament Buildings, Wellington

Tēnā koutou, Tēnā koutou, Tēnā tātou katoa.

  • Michael Cullen
  • Attorney-General