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We said that we would be a Government that did things differently, and for this Budget we have done just that. Today we have laid the foundation for not just one Wellbeing Budget, but a different approach for Government decision-making all together.
As you know, the Coalition Government’s first Wellbeing Budget will be unveiled in less than a week. I know you will all have heard a lot of talk about it and now it’s a reality. It’s a reality because while economic growth is important – and something we will continue to pursue – it alone does not guarantee improvements to New Zealanders’ living standards.
The Christchurch Call to action, which was agreed today, has a simple premise. That tech companies have both enormous power, and enormous responsibility. And so do governments.
On the 15th of March – exactly two months ago today – a terrorist entered mosques in the city of Christchurch and massacred 51 members of New Zealand’s Muslim community while they were peacefully at prayer.
Fifteen months ago, in the Speech from the Throne, the Coalition Government outlined an ambitious programme designed to build a stronger and fairer country for all New Zealanders. Looking back over that time, we are proud of what has been achieved.
Good morning everyone.
I want to start by thanking Kirk and his Business New Zealand team for the invitation.
E ngā iwi e pae nei
Ki runga o Waitangi
Karanga mai, mihi mai
Tēnei te whakarongo atu nei ki ngā kupu kōrero
Ngā aituā o te tau kua hipa
Koutou e Kingi, e Koro
Koutou katoa, haere atu rā
E nga mana nui o nga whenua o te ao
Speech to 9th Annual Social Good Summit
Earlier this year Forbes magazine headlined an article - ‘creativity is the skill of the future’.
Te whare e tu nei
Thanks to the Ministry for Women, for helping to coordinate the many other events throughout the country that celebrate this enormous milestone in our journey to equality.
Good morning and thank you David and your team at Westpac for hosting us today.
Te whare e tu nei
Te marae e takoto ana
Trans-Tasman Business Circle, Auckland, Friday May 18
E ngā mana, e ngā reo
Ngā kai-hautū, ngā kai-mana
Nau mai. Haere mai.