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The Government’s goal of planting more trees to create sustainable jobs and address climate change is receiving a $240 million boost, Forestry Minister Shane Jones has today announced.
Swearing in of Tinimiraka Clark
Good morning everyone, and thank you for the invitation to speak at the Transforming Procurement Hack. It is inspiring that so many of you have committed your time and energy to this day.
Thank you very much for having me here today.
I want to begin by setting the scene and giving a bit of context to the situation in which the New Zealand economy is operating right now.
Tēnā tatou katoa. Thank you for the opportunity to open today’s conference.
It is my privilege to speak to you as Minister of Health and discuss the Government’s priorities for the health and disability system.
Grand Millenium Hotel
71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland
Tena koutou katoa and, because it’s Cook Islands language week, kia orana.
I am very pleased to be in Fiji, and to be speaking with you here today at the University of the South Pacific.
Acting Prime Minister’s Speech to the NZ Business & Parliament Trust
Leading Together to Prepare for the Future. LGNZ Annual Conference Speech
Thank you very much for having me here today. I know the Prime Minister would have loved to be here, but I’m sure you can all appreciate she’s somewhat preoccupied at the moment.
She did ask me to relay a message to you all. It reads:
Public Media Funding Allocation. Kia ora koutou, good afternoon.
Tēnā koutou katoa. Good morning everyone.
I want to kick this conference off with a commitment from this government to the tech sector in New Zealand.
Government investment going into the North Waikato town of Te Kauwhata will support vital infrastructure and the increasing need to respond to housing demand in the area, says the Minister for Māori Development Hon Nanaia Mahuta.
Welcome, and thank you for being here today.
At the outset, I would like to acknowledge the women and men of the New Zealand Defence Force that are here today.
Tēnā koutou katoa.
Address by Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Fletcher Tabuteau at the New Futures for New Zealand’s Development Cooperation in an SDG World Seminar
Rutherford House, Victoria University of Wellington
Kia ora koutou, good evening everyone, and thank you to Creative HQ for the invitation to be here and help celebrate the launch of your accelerator programme.
Speech to Otago Foreign Policy School
Thank you for the invitation to speak at The Point 2018.
I’m here today to engage and explore ideas about how we can work together towards a digitally connected, technology-enabled future for every Kiwi.
An address to the Forest & Bird Annual Conference, Wellington, 23 June 2018