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Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa.

I know that for the 36 graduates of this New Zealand Commissioning Course, this is a very special  day.  Well done - you have made it!


Winston Peters Speech to the 2017 Post-Election Conference

Rt Hon Winston Peters

Deputy PM and Minister of Foreign Affairs

Kia ora tatou. Good morning. Thank you to the Salvation Army for giving me the opportunity to be with you here today.

  • Housing and Urban Development

Thank you to ANZ for the opportunity to speak today.

Good evening ladies and gentlemen. It is a pleasure to welcome you here this evening to celebrate the Ross Sea region Marine Protected Area coming into effect.


It is great to be here in Queenstown, New Zealand’s iconic visitor destination.

It’s a great privilege to be here this evening to say a few words to mark this special occasion.


Good morning everyone

  • Hon Dr David Clark

Kia ora koutou,

Thank you for the invite to open your conference this morning.

  • Hon Clare Curran

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e raurangatira mā

It’s great to be able to join you here today as the Minister of Revenue. It was only a year ago that I was last here with you in a different role.

Thank you Simon. I’d like to thank Grant, Chris and the rest of the TIA team for organising this event and inviting me to speak to you today.

Implementing Paris and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Good afternoon everybody and I want to acknowledge your Excellency’s, Director General and the leaders from the Pacific region.

E aku rangatira, tēnā koutou katoa. Ka nui te honore ki te mihi kia koutou.

Thank you, Sarah, for your warm welcome and for inviting me to join you in honouring this year’s YWCA Equal Pay Award winners.

 Today is a new beginning. It's a new beginning for you as our Speaker, and I congratulate you again, Mr Speaker. It is a new beginning for this Parliament.

Delivered by Her Excellency The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy, GNZM, QSO, Governor-General of New Zealand, on the occasion of the State Opening of Parliament, Wednesday 8 November 2017.