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Minister for Racing Winston Peters announced today that the Government has invested $389,351 in 17 projects to improve safety at racecourses.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has met with Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare and signed a Statement of Partnership with Minister of Foreign Affairs and External Trade Jeremiah Manele in Honiara today.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has welcomed US State Department confirmation that New Zealanders will be able to apply for multiple-entry business visas from next week.

It is a pleasure to be here tonight to make a small announcement which plays a part in what was a very large announcement made in the Budget yesterday.

Thank you to Grant Thornton for the invitation to address you here today about the ‘Wellbeing Budget’ and what it will mean for New Zealand businesses.

​​​​​​​The Wellbeing Budget provides opportunities to grow and modernise New Zealand’s economy while ensuring a just transition to a low emissions future. We need to preserve and enhance our environment, as part of the foundation for our long-term wellbeing.

Cook Islands and New Zealand Ministers met in Aitutaki for the 7th annual Joint Ministerial Forum. This meeting is the annual high level dialogue between Cook Islands and New Zealand.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters is travelling to the Cook Islands tomorrow for annual New Zealand - Cook Islands Ministerial Consultations.

Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters and Health Minister Dr David Clark have announced extra support for ambulance services so they can continue providing life-saving care to Kiwis.

It is a pleasure to be here to open the Grey Power annual general meeting with my New Zealand First colleague and Minister for Seniors, Hon Tracey Martin.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters will travel to Suva tomorrow with United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres to attend a Pacific Islands Forum Leaders’ meeting on 15 May.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has expressed serious concern at Iran’s recent announcement that it will gradually reduce the commitments it agreed to under the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, otherwise known as the Iran Nuclear Deal.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters today announced the appointment of diplomat Phillip Taula as High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea.

Speech to the Norwegian Institute of International Relations: Oslo, Norway (24 April 2019)

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters is travelling to Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland over the next week.

Racing Minister Winston Peters says the Government will introduce two new pieces of legislation this year to revitalise the domestic racing industry.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has confirmed a New Zealand aid worker remains missing more than five years after she was taken hostage in Syria.

Disarmament and Arms Control Minister Winston Peters has welcomed law changes prohibiting certain semi-automatic weapons, magazines and parts in New Zealand, and announced that the new restrictions on these items will also extend to most exports.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters today announced the appointment of diplomat Hamish Cooper as Ambassador to Japan.

It’s great to be here today in Hokianga supporting the First Citizen of the Provinces, Shane Jones to make the latest funding announcements for Northland.

Minister of Foreign Affairs speech to the Diplomatic Corps.

Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters will travel to Malaysia tomorrow on a scheduled visit, but one that takes on special significance following the terrorist attack in Christchurch.

New Zealand Statement to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Emergency Meeting on the Christchurch terror attack.

22 March 2019
Istanbul, Turkey