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I want to thank the organisers of today’s Summit, the AI Forum of New Zealand, in particular the Chair, the deputy chair and the Executive Director for their kind invitation to address you all.

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Thank you for being here tonight as I outline the government’s planning to improve New Zealand’s immigration system so it works for New Zealand.

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Kia ora koutou katoa. It’s great to be here today, at our now-regular event in anything-but-regular times.

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Celebrating Nelson’s participation in Te Hurihanganui today is an important milestone not just for the community, but for the education system and the Government. Nelson will be at the forefront of our work to address racism and inequity in the education system and improve outcomes for ākonga Māori and their whānau not just here, but across the country. Communities are at the heart of Te Hurihanganui because they know their people, their local contexts and histories, and what works best for them.

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It is a great pleasure to be here with you all today.

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Thank you Grenville for the introduction and thanks to the organisers, the New Zealand Wind Energy Association, for inviting me to speak this morning.

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Thank you for the opportunity to welcome you all to Parliament and to open this two-day dialogue on this important kaupapa: a health-based approach to on-going drug reform.

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Thank you for the invitation to speak to you today, and to share with you some of the Government’s thinking leading into this year’s budget.

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The TRENZ Hui 2021 themes: Revive – Reconnect – Revitalise align with a lot of the aims the Government has for the tourism sector. But there are another couple of ‘r’s that I will soon speak to you about today – Recovery and Re-set.