Speech

Thank you for inviting me to respond on behalf of Government to the release of these two important reports (Whakamanahia Te Tiriti, Whakahaumarutia te Tangata -Honour the Treaty, Protect the Person and Whakamahia te Tūkino kore Ināianei, ā Muri Ake Nei - Acting Now for a Violence and Abuse Free Future.

Hon Marama Davidson
Speech

I would like to begin by acknowledging the many staff, researchers, and University of Otago alumni who have contributed to the COVID-19 response.

Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall
Speech

I would like to begin by thanking the New Zealand Sepsis Trust and the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases for hosting this inaugural conference.

Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall
Speech

I welcome this opportunity to join you today, to reflect on the future of how we trade, do business, and connect, and the role that Indigenous and Tribal peoples can play in building new and innovative solutions for the complexities and challenges of the global trade apparatus.

Rino Tirikatene
Speech

It’s fantastic to have the opportunity to give the opening address for Alzheimers New Zealand’s 2021 conference.

Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall
Speech

Te Aratini — The Festival of Indigenous & Tribal Ideas conveys the idea of ‘many converging pathways,’ and acts as a call to ignite new and existing connections between indigenous and tribal peoples, globally.

Hon Nanaia Mahuta
Speech

It is wonderful to be here with you this morning, and I would like to recognise the vital role you play in our judicial system.

Hon Marama Davidson
Speech

Today I will set out our plan for the next steps in our COVID-19 response, including how the country will step into the new traffic light system ahead of Christmas, how Auckland’s boundary will change and what’s coming up next for the other core components in our management of COVID-19 such as community care and our testing and tracing regime.

Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern
Speech

It’s my pleasure to speak to you today about Aotearoa New Zealand and ASEAN, and the importance of our partnership in the Indo-Pacific.

Hon Nanaia Mahuta