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Mr Speaker, I move that the Appropriation (2020/21 Estimates) Bill be now read a second time.
Mr Speaker, a mere six months ago nobody would have imagined a world in the grip of a global COVID-19 pandemic, let alone one that would wreak havoc across health systems and economies globally.
Tomorrow afternoon, Budget 2020 will be delivered within the most challenging economic conditions faced by any Government since the Great Depression.
Today we are making a Pre-Budget announcement on emergency support assistance for the New Zealand racing industry.
I want to start today by acknowledging the sacrifices New Zealanders have made over the six and a half weeks we have been in Alert Levels 4 and 3 in order to beat COVID-19.
Good afternoon everyone. Thanks for joining me.
For six weeks now, our lives have been quite different. We have gone from a lockdown, into Level 3 and the reopening of parts of our economy, as our team of 5 million has stuck to our strategy of going hard and going early to win the battle against COVID-19.
Kia ora koutou katoa, Thank you to John Milford and the Wellington Chamber of Commerce team for hosting this event today.
Today, we’d like to discuss New Zealand’s foreign policy response to COVID-19.
Over the past few weeks I have often used my time at this podium to acknowledge the people on the frontline.
Thank you to Kirk and Business NZ for hosting me again today, and indeed for all your help and input into the Government’s response to the COVID pandemic thus far. The relationship has been extremely beneficial and I look forward to continuing to work together as we move through the lockdown and out the other side.
Today is day 15 of Alert Level 4 lockdown. And at the halfway mark I have no hesitation in saying, that what New Zealanders have done over the last two weeks is huge.
I wish to make a Ministerial Statement under Standing Order 347 in relation to the recent declaration of a State of National Emergency.
The Cabinet met this morning to discuss our next actions in the fight against COVID-19.
I’m speaking directly to all New Zealanders today to give you as much certainty and clarity as we can as we fight Covid-19.
Congratulations Ōtangarei Papakāinga whānau, I am so pleased to be here with you today to celebrate the opening of this papakāinga.
Today, we face a challenge that requires us to harness every bit of that spirit and give our total commitment to protecting the health and wellbeing of New Zealanders.
Thank you to the Wellington Chamber for hosting us here this morning.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Non-Proliferation Treaty. And with the 2020 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference next month in New York, this Symposium offers an important opportunity to reflect on the state of nuclear disarmament around the globe.
Elevate Venture Capital Fund Launch event: Wednesday 4 March, 2020.
It’s my pleasure to be in Sydney today for our annual meeting, Prime Minister. It’s fair to say that since we last met, tragedy and disaster have befallen our two countries.
The topic of this speech is the Budget 2020 priorities. But, given the considerable interest that I imagine is in the room about COVID-19 coronavirus, I do want to make some comments about that first.
E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā iwi, e ngā rau rangatira ma.
Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.
E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā iwi, e ngā rau rangatira ma
Tēnā koutou katoa
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