Speech

Yours is a country at war and you are at the helm, leading your people through a crisis.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

We are here today as a partnership between our Government, the China Council and the New Zealand China Trade Association to mark the 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between our two countries.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

New Zealand observers are to join a Multinational Observer Group that will report on Fiji’s forthcoming General Election.

Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Speech

Locally-led development is at the heart of Aotearoa New Zealand’s Pacific Resilience Approach. We are committed to supporting the development priorities of our Pacific partner countries, and wherever feasible, delivering our support through local actors – civil society and NGOs.

Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Speech

It is a privilege to be here to participate in this year’s Science New Zealand Awards. I am thrilled to be able to meet the awardees, and to hear about their exciting accomplishments.

Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall
Speech

As we gather here this morning I want to acknowledge the significance of the Crown apology to Maniapoto.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

Chinese Embassy Reception

Te Papa, Wellington

 

Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Speech

In 2050, we want to see a system which works to benefit all New Zealanders through delivering for the communities they serve and belong to, and leveraging new technologies while also building awareness around the role every New Zealander has in the water system and value of this precious taonga – our wai.

Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Speech

It has been an intrepid journey for this nation to bring forward and hold present the aspirations of our foundational agreement, in a way that reflects what was envisaged by ancestors who signed it. By 2040, Aotearoa will mark 200 years since the signing of the Treaty and the partnership intended between the Crown and Māori.

Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Speech

Nga mihi nui ki a koutou. Welcome to the Parliament, your Parliament. It is great to see the community here in such numbers, and I am happy to be here with my parliamentary colleagues to listen and take part in the discussions today.

Hon Phil Twyford