Our Message for You | NZ Parliament
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Our Message for You | NZ Parliament

Everyone here has a shared purpose. We come to work every day wanting to make Parliament stronger and to make New Zealand a better place. And recently it’s become clear that we also need to make Parliament a better and safer place to work. So the recent review has made some recommendations for a way […]

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Transport and Infrastructure Committee | NZ Parliament

Hello, my name’s Darroch Ball. I’m the chair of the Transport and Infrastructure select committee. We welcome any submissions and petitions that you want to give to us. The Transport and Infrastructure select committee does some very important work. We hear from very important people in regards to the future of infrastructure in our country, […]

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Women Deliver 2019 – Vancouver, Canada | NZ Parliament
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Women Deliver 2019 – Vancouver, Canada | NZ Parliament

Recently I was incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to travel to Vancouver to attend the Women Deliver Conference. This is a conference that was attended by approximately 9,000 people from something like 180 countries around the world. I’d surveyed women from around the world about what issues they wanted to discuss. There was sexual […]

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Spotlight on Parliament: Signed, sealed, delivered

>>JAY: Kia ora koutou, haere mai ki Pipitea i Te Whanganui-a-Tara – ko Jay tōku ingoa. We’re here on the streets of Wellington today looking for something that’s quite common throughout Aotearoa. It can be found in bus stations, railway stations, on street corners, or even online. It can be papery or pixelated, but it’s […]

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Celebrating Matariki at Parliament

Ko wai tōna ingoa, nā Matariki? Matariki, Waitī, Waitā, Waipunarangi, Tupuānuku, Tupuārangi, and Ururangi [♫ GUITAR MUSIC AND SINGING ♫] Kia ora, ko wai tēnei, ko Kura Moeahu ahau. Ko au te tumu whakarae o te Whare Pāremata o Aotearoa. Kia ora, my name’s Kura Moeahu, and I’m the Principal Cultural Advisor here in Parliamentary […]

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