Speech

Today I want to talk about the next set of changes that will take us a long way on that journey back to a new normal, and that is our reconnection with the world.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

Kia orana, talofa lava, Noa’ia e mauri, malo e lelei, taloha ni, fakaalofa lahi atu, ni sa bula vinaka, talofa, kia ora, tena koutou katoa.

Hon Aupito William Sio
Speech

Omicron is circulating in Auckland and possibly the Nelson Marlborough region if not elsewhere. On that basis as we have previously signaled the whole of New Zealand will move into the Red setting of the traffic light system at 11.59pm tonight.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

It is fantastic to be able to be here with you in person tonight to mark the one year anniversary of PACER Plus entering into force.

Hon Phil Twyford
Speech

Thank you for joining me today. I’m delighted to be announcing new work to address long-standing problems in conservation law – and a major step towards laying the foundation for fundamental reform: a review of the Wildlife Act 1953.

Hon Kiritapu Allan
Speech

When I took on this job, I felt hugely privileged that I had the responsibility for achieving our smokefree goal.

Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall
Speech

Each year, the Auckland Trade and Economic Policy School brings together people with a wide range of backgrounds, ideas and resources. Each of you can effect positive change in our trade kaupapa, and I encourage you to use this conference today to do so.

Rino Tirikatene
Speech

Kia ora koutou – and thank you for the introduction.

Hon Damien O'Connor
Speech

I am incredibly grateful that you could all join me today to launch Te Aorerekura – our country’s first national strategy and action plan to eliminate family violence and sexual violence.

Hon Marama Davidson
Speech

Thank you for providing this opportunity to speak with you today as Attorney General.

Hon David Parker