New Zealand & Prime Minister

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New Zealand's Prime Minister just gave the best comeback to Donald Trump
New Zealand has a new Prime Minister. At 37, Jacinda Ardern is the world's youngest female leader. But can her frac…
November 1916 The Rt. Hon. William Ferguson Massey, PC, Prime Minister of New Zealand was made an Honorary Freeman of
New Zealand mourns loss of nation's "First Cat" after Prime Minister's pet Paddles is run over by a car in Auckland
Dear Jacinda,. As the Prime Minister of New Zealand you now have the power to save many lives. Please save the men on
CNN reports New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern says her country must be prepared to take in "climate cha…
playing silly buggers. Attempts pun about New Zealand’s Prime Minister, the colour red and royalty.…
New Zealand's first agnostic Prime Minister took her oath of office without any reference to God or a book of faith http…
It’s official. Jacinda Arden now Prime Minister of New Zealand.
⚡️ “Jacinda Ardern sworn in as Prime Minister of New Zealand”.
It’s official: is Prime Minister of New Zealand.
New Zealand Prime Minister commits country to zero carbon by 2050. Read more:
New Zealand's new Prime Minister: Capitalism has failed our people
Great. Now Claudia Karvan is Prime Minister of New Zealand. What can’t she do?
37 year old Jacinda Ardern is to be New Zealand's next Prime Minister.
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Jacinda Ardern is the next Prime Minister of New Zealand
'This is why Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's new Prime Minister and my ex-colleague, is good for the country'
BREAKING: Labour leader Jacinda Ardern will become New Zealand's new Prime Minister
Meet Jacinda Ardern, 37, New Zealand newly elected Prime Minister, and the youngest Prime Minister in 150 Years! Agnos…
How is a man who likes "sort of modern New Zealand choral singing" allowed to be our Prime Minister tho
King of Tonga dismisses Prime Minister, as Kiwi SAS troops in country - New Zealand Herald
Congrats to Prime Minister for receiving honorary knighthood for service to New Zealand!…
Very proud of Sir John Key and what he achieved for New Zealand. A great Prime Minister
Congratulations Sir John Key on your Knighthood . well deserved, thank you for your. Service as Prime Minister of New Zealand
Big deal - the Prime Minister of New Zealand can shear a sheep quicker than that!
Honored that Former Prime Minister of New Zealand will speak at Pathways to Peace luncheon https:…
His Majesty King Abdullah II meets with Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key and Cabinet Ministers
ON THIS DAY, 27 March 1839, John Ballance was born in County Antrim. He emigrated to New Zealand, and was elected a…
Open Letter to the Prime Minister of New Zealand on UN Res. 2334’s flaw: the two-state solution
📷 Milestone: December 4th, 2016: Suzie reacts to the resignation of the Prime Minister of New Zealand. 
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The first photo to show that Bill English is now officially the Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Of which country will Bill English become Prime Minister on 12th December 2016 ??? New Zealand
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John Key has announced his intention to resign as Prime Minister of New Zealand.
John Key has resigned as Prime Minister of New Zealand
.snapped at Auckland airport with Prime Minister of New Zealand Interesting, isn't it?
The other Prime Minister who we do you say in New Zealand of a house in thousands of New Zealand First's views on the wealth
A New Zealand rugby star had sex in a toilet stall and the PRIME MINISTER weighed in.
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Prime Minister speaking to the PM of New Zealand.
Also please become Prime Minister of New Zealand while you're at it Justin.
I hope that one day Steven Adams becomes the Prime Minister of New Zealand. I love him so much.
PM meeting with Rt. Hon. Mr. John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand at Washington D.C
Cameron. What the *** right has the New Zealand Prime Minister to tell us we are better off in the EU. How would he know…
PM Modi is scheduled to hold a meeting with John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand later today
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New Zealand's flag isn't changing after all: New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key, was a strong advocate for...
PLEASE SHARE!. Prime Minister of New Zealand - John Key. Minister for Climate Change Issues, Minister for Social...
Extremist group claims responsibility for today's attack on Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Handshake between Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key and Sam Whitelock from New Zealand rugby team...
Prime Minister, Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak spent time with Helen Clark, Former Prime Minister of New Zealand and...
I am also planning my first visit to New Zealand as Prime Minister. what would you like to discuss face to face next week?
This week, the Right Honourable John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand, took a break from his commitments at the...
Pink ball to be used in PM's XI match - New Zealand will play the Prime Minister's XI match with a pink ball in Oc...
The woman speaking is the Former Prime Minister of New Zealand and now she's the Administrator of the UNDP she is goals
Australian Prime Minister to thank New Zealand fire crews: The contribution of more than 400 N...
CURRENT AFFAIRS 2014 AT A GLANCE : ❖ Latvia adopted the Euro currency on January 1, 2014 and became the 18th member of the Eurozone. ❖ Corey Anderson of New Zealand scored the fastest century in One Day International cricket history on January 1, 2014. He scored a hundred in just 36 deliveries against the West Indies. He beat the previous record of 100 off 37 balls set by Shahid Afridi of Pakistan in 1996. ❖ Sheikh Hasina was sworn in on January 12, 2014 for the third time as Bangladesh's Prime Minister. Her party is Awami League. ❖ India's first monorail service was started in Mumbai on February 2, 2014. ❖ Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar and eminent scientist CNR Rao were conferred the Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian award of India on February 4, 2014. The award was announced on November 16, 2013. ❖ Harish Rawat was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand on February 1, 2014. ❖ 'Chronicles of a Corpse Bearer' is a book written by Cyrus Mistry, which won the DSC Prize for South Asia ...
"look, I'm John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand and I reckon, at the end of the day, people really don't need hospitals"
Memorial to Joseph Gordan Coates the first New Zealand born Prime Minister of New Zealand. It was erected in...
CCTV correspondent Owen Poland talked to Sir Don McKinnon, the former Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand and Commonwealth Secretary General who now chairs the New Zealand-China Council. CCTV tells you more.
Telogis opens world R&D center in New Zealand - New Zealand’s Prime Minister, John Key, did the ribbon-cutting *** ..
What The Hon. Tony Abbott MP Prime Minister said before inviting Hon. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi in Parliament Madam Speaker, Mr President. It is long overdue for an Indian Prime Minister to address this Parliament – given that the leaders of the United States, China, Indonesia, Britain, Canada, Japan and New Zealand have already done so. But I am personally delighted that this omission is at last corrected. It is fitting that – in the home of our democracy – we should be addressed by the leader of the world’s largest democracy. There is so much that we can learn from a prime minister who must try to reach some 830 million voters and whose mastery of electioneering has meant that in India’s recent election he was literally beamed into dozens of different rallies simultaneously all-round the country. Prime Minister Modi is the first in decades with an absolute majority in the lower house, the Lok Sabha – because he imbued his fellow citizens with the sure hope that tomorrow can be be ...
Trish :Best photo ever! "Harper rubs noses with Maori warriors in New Zealand
Helen Elizabeth Clark, ONZ SSI (born 26 February 1950) was the 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand, serving three consecutive terms from 1999 to 2008. She was the first woman elected, at a general election, as the Prime Minister, and was the fifth longest serving person to hold that office.[4] She ha…
Who on 21st September 2014 was re-elected as the Prime Minister of New Zealand for a third term? [A]Mike Moore [B]Jim Bolger [C]John Key [D]Jenny Shipley
Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key talks about his favourite book Getting Rooted in New Zealand.
When is John Key not acting as the Prime Minister of New Zealand? When he's talking or texting right wing blogger Cameron Sl…
Plot-twist: John Key gets ousted as Prime Minister of New Zealand when he can't explain what a "prime number" is to the Governor General
New Zealand Prime Minister Hon John Key attends the Special Needs Taekwon-Do Demonstration in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. He watched, he clapped and he shook h...
Any New Zealand commitment of military assistance to counter Islamic State militants in Iraq should not make New Zealand more of a target for terrorism, Prime Minister John Key says - New Zealand Herald
If the answer is Grant Robertson or David Cunliffe, the question isn't who will be New Zealand's next Prime Minister.
New Zealand Prime Minister wants referendum on changing the national flag next year
Re-elected Prime Minister John Key said a referendum on whether to change the national flag of New Zealand could be held next year.
John Key was re-elected as the 38th Prime Minister of which country ??? New Zealand
PM congratulates John Key on re-election as PM​ of New Zealand: The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Mo...
Tonight, a one-on-one interview with Glenn Greenwald on the extraordinary claims of mass surveillance in New Zealand. We take the claims to the Prime Minister - coming up at 7.
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New Zealand certainly is on the cusp of something special - the eviction of the worst Prime Minister we have ever had. VOTE NATIONAL OUT.
ALL NEW VIDEO Share it please, it might be one of the most crucial little videos you ever do. AUDIO VERSION, HQ VIDEO AND FULL SCRIPT HERE: VIDEO is the way it was meant to be, including not only Prime Minister Keys past, but his plans for our future as well, now that I have little left to lose and only 6 days till the elections, I felt the obligation! The recent John Key Exposed in 6 Minutes video caused quite a stir among the New Zealand political circuit and was in the running to be one of my most highly viewed videos ever with over 6000 views in just 6 days, It seemed strangely biblical that on the 7th day my YouTube channel was put to rest. It appears as though many were unhappy with the video and reported it to YouTube, This alone was seemingly enough to have my entire account with 3.5 million hits, 16,000 subscribers and 3000 videos deleted permanently without warning! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEW CHANNEL
yea ha ...1300kms in 36 hours and got to see a truly historical event in person ...shook hands with Nicky Hager ,heard Ed Snowden Live on video link ,Julian Assange Live on Video link ,Glenn Greenwald in person , Robert Amsterdam in person and the Internet Mana crew. fricking priceless ! Proof our Prime Minister is a bold face liar and the New Zealand media has no actual journalist but some one in the media might grow a spine and tell the truth ...maybe
Warner Brothers has struck out vigorously at criticism of their denial that the movie company was involved in a plot involving the Prime Minister of New Zealand to bring the master hacker and criminal Kim Dotcom to America by rendition. The criticism relates to the statement of denial originally issued by Warner Brothers being "anonymous" - attributed only to the company with no actual person accepting ownership of the statement. That was just an oversight, Vice President in Charge of Public Relations, Elmer Fudd, said earlier today. He went on to point out that the statement was actually issued by Warner Brothers' CEO, Bugs Bunny and that the company stood by it implicitly. Yosemite Sam, Warner Bros. Director of Corporate Affairs, agreed, issuing his own statement that while Warner Brothers did nothing other than come to New Zealand to extort $40 million or so from the NZ taxpayer, a trifling amount in real currency, it was essential that Dotcom be brought to the US as soon as possible to face the conseq ...
From a fan... "I can't believe all you *** can't see passed what is clearly a left wing conspiracy to oust the most loved Prime Minister ever. It would not surprise me to find out the whole this is Russian funded. Terrorist want Key out because Key stands for Freedom and terrorist hate freedom. And as Key has publicly stated there are lots of terrorist in New Zealand. Thats why he increased the GCSB power to spy on us. We have a long way to go but I believe if we vote key back in we can get there. If anyone can get the secretive TTP signed its him. We need to enact something similar to the patriots act and arm all our police with automatic rifles. If criminals have guns we just get bigger guns. And if they get bigger guns we just get even bigger guns, and so on. Its like Cam Slater says always give back double. Remember a vote for National is not just a vote for National but a vote for right thinking people like myself. If you won't do it for JK then do it for people like Cameron Slater, Jason Ede, Sim .. ...
I would not want to be a public servant in New Zealand right now... Firstly, The now ex Justice Minister Judith Collins sends death threats to one known (how many others is unknown) public servant while our Prime Minister becomes aware and lets her keep her job just shrugging his shoulders arrogantly.. calling it 'unwise' and slapping her in the wrist for the 3rd time. Now a sick homeless person in need of care reaching out for a place to live, contacting government departments (including emailing Winston Peters himself) because he has no where to sleep at night with the housing crisis biting in and boarded up empty state housing which National won't let people live in, got frustrated, lost the plot with WINZ shooting 3 staff members, killing 2. Those poor public servants man... just trying to do their job.. wanting to help people and keep New Zealand a safe and great place to live... yet from the top to bottom of New Zealand society under this National Government they are being sandwiched. The pressure m ...
THE TELLS OF JOHN PHILLIP KEY: Serial Fudger of Oldspeak in a Post-1984 Orwellian World TELL NO. 1: SQUINCHY KEY NOSE One of NZ PM's John Key's 'tells' when he is lying is his trademark squinchy nose. Key deploys the Squinchy Nose to downplay the lie he is telling. TELL NO. 2: MUMBLY SLURRY KEY WORDS "But, I'll be giving, ou know, any evidence that I have. But, as you know, I was overseas at the time. Aah, so theresavery little involvement there. Buttum, I'll make sure I'll give all the information I've got." - Key did not explain whether he meant by 'I' in 'I've" means John Key, the Prime Minister or the Prime Minister's Office, or the Department of the Prime Minister. Key's soundbites are pitched to 'No-Nothing New Zealanders' who believe he is a nice, honest man with the integrity to lead a government that leads a people. 'No-nothing New Zealanders' include recent immigrants who have no knowledge of New Zealand's history, multi-generational 'Kiwis' who follow 'the news' believing they are well-informed ...
TBT: The Right Honourable Helen Clark, Prime Minister of New Zealand, welcomed me and a group of my students from...
New Zealand\'s Prime Minister John Key has resigned amidst allegations of corruption...
My song about John Key, the Smiling Assassin and New Zealand's Prime minister, John Key.
Prime Minister's office increases the number of Australian residents aboard to 38. New Zealand citizen living in Aus added.
Nicked off another site, So funny But I wonder how Americans will view it. In light of your immediate failure to financially manage yourselves and also in recent years your tendency to elect incompetent Presidents of the USA and therefore not able to govern yourselves, we hereby give notice of the revocation of your independence, effective immediately. (You should look up 'revocation' in the Oxford English Dictionary.) Her Sovereign Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will resume monarchical duties over all states, commonwealths, and territories (except Kansas , which she does not fancy). Your new Prime Minister, David Cameron, will appoint a Governor for America without the need for further elections. Congress and the Senate will be disbanded. A questionnaire may be circulated sometime next year to determine whether any of you noticed. To aid in the transition to a British Crown dependency, the following rules are introduced with immediate effect: 1. The letter 'U' will be reinstated in words such as 'colour,' 'f ...
Auckland Star, 28 June 1944 KILLED AND WOUNDED N.Z. LOSSES IN ITALY MEN OF SECOND DIVISION (P.A.) WELLINGTON, Tuesday. The following official figures of casualties in the Second New Zealand Division in Italy reported up to June 1944—the latest date before the fall of Rome for which details are available —were released by the acting Prime Minister, Mr. Sullivan, tonight:— Killed, 1020; wounded, 2913; missing, 125—total 4058. Discussing casualties in the New Zealand forces since the war began, the Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser, stated on April 15 that the total figures up to February 19 were:— Killed, 7116; missing, 881; wounded, 13,337; prisoners of war, 7303—total 28,637
New Zealand will contribute $5 million to rebuilding schools in Tonga. Prime Minister John Key has announced the contribution for schools in Tonga's Ha'apai islands following the devastating Cyclone Ian earlier this year in a joint $7.5 million project with the Asian Development Bank and the Tongan Government. John Key says getting children back into a regular school is vital for their education. "We are very pleased to be able to respond to the Tongan Government's request for assistance," says Mr Key Yesterday the Prime Minister also announced $2 million towards the upgrade of Tonga's National Stadium in Nuku'alofa ahead of the 2019 Pacific Games. "I'm happy that New Zealand can assist Tonga in its efforts to promote sports and healthy lifestyles in Tonga." Mr Key is currently visiting Tonga which is a part of the 2014 Pacific Mission. ONE News
New Zealand's Prime Minister is ok with the US executing his citizens. Calls drone strikes an "effective way of prosecut…
‘‘I am proudest of the fact that I did not go grovelling to the Dotcom mansion.". - Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key
MEDIA RELEASE New ZeaLAND RALLIES FOR ABDUCTED NIGERIAN SCHOOL GIRLS New Zealanders living in Wellington and Christchurch have signed up to turn out on Wednesday, 14th May 2014, to walk in support of the 276 schoolgirls abducted in Nigeria. We are asking the Prime Minister, the Right Honourable John Key to add his voice and that of the Government of New Zealand to the global call for the safe return of these girls, who were abducted from their school dormitory in northeastern Nigeria. Our primary aim is to raise awareness about the plight of the abducted innocent girls and get the Nigerian government to secure the release of these girls within the shortest time possible. In Wellington, Her Worship Mayor Celia Wade-Brown will address the rally before it departs Civic Square at 12 noon. The rally will then proceed along Mercer Street, Willis Street and Lambton Quay to arrive at Parliament at approximately 1:00p.m., where the supporters will be received and addressed by some Members of Parliament. A represen ...
CURRENT QUIZ ‘2014’ 1. In which among the following states, the government is proposing a Neutrino-based Observatory? =Tamil Nadu 2.Prof C N R Rao, who was recently awarded Bharat Ratna holds which among the following offices currently? =Head of the Scientific Advisory Council to the Prime Minister 3.Who among the following is the chairman of the recently constituted 7th Pay Commission? =Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur 4.Kethy Cross, who has become first woman umpire on ICC panel, belongs to which country? =New Zealand 5.According United Nation latest report, which country has by far the largest population of illiterate adults in the world? =India 6.In which of the following cities India’s first monorail service has been launched, recently? =Mumbai 7.Who among the following Indians have been awarded the 2014 Marconi Prize, a Nobel equivalent for technology engineers? =A Joseph Paulraj 8.NASA’s recently launched TDRS Satellite is a _? =Communication Satellite 9.Recently, which of the following states ha ...
New Zealand is looking for a new Prime Minister, it seems. Are you qualified? (I'd say this was my morning...
This Day in Commonwealth History: 26 April 1564: William Shakespeare is baptised in Stratford upon Avon 1856: Joseph Ward, 17th Prime Minister of New Zealand, born in Melbourne, Victoria (d. 1930) 1912: Chateau Laurier hotel opens in Ottawa; had been delayed by death of Grand Trunk Railway manager Charles Hayes on the Titanic 1923: The Duke of York, future King George VI, marries Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at Westminster Abbey 1939: Robert Menzies is elected Prime Minister of Australia for the first time 2005: Civil unions come into effect in New Zealand
Message to the Australian People and Australian Prime Minister on Anzac Day. From the Alliance of Papuan Students (AMP). "To the Prime Minister, Tony Abbot, and to the people of Australia,in recognition of Papuan people giving their lives to help Australia at a time when it was so desperately needed, please hear the cries of our people" Full Message. Please read. Thank you. We, undersigned,The West Papuan Students of the Alliance, speaking as representatives on behalf of the people of West Papua, would like to recognize the significance of Anzac Day and Remembrance Day for the people of Australia and particularly to the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott. Anzac Day is a Remembrance Day, where the Australian and New Zealand soldiers fought against Germany to keep peace. 4000 Australian lives were lost during this campaign, but without the help of the "Fuzzy WuzzyAngels”, the loss would have been much greater. Not only did they carry the wounded out, but they also carried the ammunition, food and other supplies ...
Prince William and Kate attend state reception at Government House with New Zealand's Prime Minister via
A packed day for The Duke and Duchess today kicking off at midnight U.K. time (11 a.m. New Zealand time). 11 a.m. - They will travel from Wellington to Blenheim where they will attend a wreath laying ceremony and spent time with WWII veterans as well as those serving in recent conflicts. 1.15 p.m. - The next event is at the Omaka Aviation Center where they will tour the Knights of the Sky exhibit with Sir Peter Jackson (Yes, the same Peter Jackson behind The Lord of The Rings Trilogy) and view his collection of WWI aircraft and artefacts. In the evening, Prince William will meet with the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition. Finally, William and Kate will attend a State Reception at Government House hosted by the Governor-General, where we can expect brief speeches and the unveiling of a portrait of The Queen.
Morning all! Today's top stories: * The ugly side of the quest for the perfect body: a leading drugs charity says soaring numbers of people are abusing steroids. * David Cameron is expected to come under pressure at Prime Minister's Questions this afternoon about the future of the Culture Secretary, Maria Miller. * Prince George completes his first official engagement in New Zealand - meeting babies who were born around the same time as him. * Later we'll find out if we're any closer to the government's target for more exports... Steph's out at a shoe factory in Northamptonshire that's been selling its soles (geddit?) abroad. * We'll also look at how more people are willing to spend hundreds of pounds extra on household items because they can pay it off in small weekly installments. Have you used companies like Brighthouse? * Plus we'll speak to David Walliams about why he's trying to encourage more of us into the water. Join us from 6.
GG MEETS CLARK Governor General Grand Chief Sir Michael Ogio today (02/04/14) welcomed Former Prime Minister of New Zealand and current Administrator of United Nations Development Programme, Helen Clark, to PNG. Ms. Clark arrived in the country this morning on a three-day visit. After her arrival at Jackson's International airport she paid a courtesy call on the Governor General at Government House. Sir Michael met with Ms Clark and had a chat before she met with Prime Minister Peter O'Neill. Sir Michael congratulated Ms. Clark on her reappointment as Administrator of UNDP for a second term since her appointment to the post in 2009. He says UNDP has played a major role in assisting PNG identify development issues and implement policies to address them. The Governor General says UNDP was also instrumental in the peace process on Bougainville and continues to contribute to the development aspirations of the people of the autonomous region. He thanked UNDP and New Zealand for their part in bringing peace to ...
Condom factory burns down in New Zealand : Helen Clarke, ex-Prime Minister of New Zulland, is awoken at 4 a.m by the telephone. "Hillen, its the Hilth Munister here. Sorry to bother you at this hour but there is an emergincy !! I've jist received word thet the Durex factory en Aucklind hes burned to the ground. It is istimated that the entire New Zulland supply of condoms will be gone by the ind of the week." PM: "Shut !! The economy wull niver be able to cope with all those unwanted babies. W'ill be ruined." Hilth Munister: "We're going to hef to shup some in from Brutain ?" PM: "No chence. The Poms will have a field day on thus one. Hilth Munister: "What about Australia ?" PM: "I'll call Tony Abbott. Tell him we need one million condoms, ten enches long and eight enches thuck. That way they'll continue to respect the 'All Blacks'." Three days later, a delighted Hillen rushes out to open the boxes that arrived at the Pist Office. She finds one million condoms - 10 enches long, 8 enches thuck, all coloure ...
Why would the Prime Minister of New Zealand develop a relationship with a hate-speech prone blogger? Inside the ugly defamation campaign against Kim Dotcom.
Apia-March 20: 7.55pm(RNZI), TONGA Daily News KEI TAULANGA PE PALEMIA HA'AMOA 'I FALEMAHAKI The Prime Minister of Samoa remains in hospital after checking himself in on Wednesday. Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi was reported to have gone straight to intensive care and Talamua online reported medical sources said he had a high fever. The Chief Executive Officer of the Prime Minister’s Office, Vaosa Epa, says Tuilaepa’s condition was never life-threatening, and she expects him to be back at work next week. Ms Epa says the Prime Minister just needs rest, after an extremely busy week in Parliament. The New Zealand Prime Minister John Key had offered to fly Tuilaepa out to hospital in New Zealand should it be required.
Satellites spot possible objects from missing Malaysian jet, Australia says.Military planes from Australia, the U.S. and New Zealand are searching for two objects spotted by satellite in the southern Indian Ocean that could be debris from a Malaysian jetliner missing for 12 days with 239 people on board, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Thursday. Australian officials said the objects, the largest of which measured up to 24 metres (78 ft), were around 2,500 km (1,500 miles) southwest of Perth, and appeared to be awash over water several thousand metres deep.
A bit of current affairs from NZ - New Zealand's elections will take place on Saturday 20 September 2014. The latest polls show The Nationals led by John Key will romp it in. John Key's popularity as Prime Minister is 65% David Cunliffe's popularity as Leader has sunk to an all time low of 11.1%. Party Preference also sees National well ahead 50.8% Labour Party with 29.5% and the Maori Party and Mana Party trailing at the end with just .2% and .1% of preferences in the latest poll respectively.
Bill Clinton was the President of America in 1993. The time their super craft came into Napier, New Zealand. The time Jim Boldger was our Prime Minister. The time I looked up. The time I saw. The time Paul Keating was Australias Prime Minister
Croatian PM wraps up visit to Australia, travels to New Zealand: Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic wrapp...
New Zealand to hold referendum on new, ‘post-colonial’ flag: Prime minister, who favours a silver fern design,...
[ March 18 ] - ( An Asian Union is Necessary ? ) . Yukio Hatoyama, the Japanese prime minister, won wide backing from Asian leaders for his vision of an East Asian Community modelled on the European Union. That would give membership to Japan, China, India, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, plus the Asean countries – Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines, Burma, Brunei, Cambodia and Laos. we suggest that the initial members be the members of the East Asian Community and then the future members be open to all Asian countries against US and EU in that the Models of Asian Unions are determined as whether the stages of Economic Integration change Market Union, Economic Union, into Political Union. [ We have an urgent purpose to establish an Asian Union, that is preventing possible wars from tremendous weaponry which now all asian countries are racing for. Without a politically united body we all will be destroyed by the nuclear weapons and horrendous mass destructive arms. ...
Checked my email, oh - there's a 'will you support me' from Mr Cunliffe, hm Jakh Heremia jakhherePM (0 minutes ago) to David Dear Mr Cunliffe, If you were to consider re-instating the Restricted Substances Btll, initiated by the former New Zealand (Labour) Prime Minister, Ms Helen Clark and which the National Party Government ( and 8 others) successfully morphed into the Psycho-active Substances Act. I may consider supporting your party. Yours most sincerely Jakh Heremia Founder: GCMCSG SI. REPEAL CANNABIS/HEMP PROHIBITION.
Going to the council building on the square at 3pm today to support Sue Pugmire Well today's the day! ...I don't think I slept a wink last night. My speech was rolling around in my head. ...I wonder how they'll all vote today.. I don't think I want to live in a post-TPP New Zealand. It would break my heart to see the changes. Well...up & at 'em. I'm off to a breakfast meeting at Tomato with Cr. Duncan McCann If you support this motion asking that we see the TPPA BEFORE its signed, please like this. Wednesday, 12th February 2014 To the Chief Executive, Palmerston North City Council, Palmerston North I, Councillor Chris Teo-Sherrell, under Council Standing Order 3.10.1 hereby GIVE NOTICE OF MOTION that I will move at the next Council meeting on 24th February 2014, the following motion: That the Council resolves that: That PNCC send a letter, before 28th February 2014, to the Prime Minister asking him to submit any agreement that NZ reaches in the Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations to the scrutiny of Par ...
This sheep was gone for 6 years. When it was finally found, he got famous and even met New Zealand's Prime Minister htt…
New Zealand PM demands apology over whaling ship breach. (good luck) New Zealand's Prime Minister is demanding an apology from Japan, after a whaling vessel not only entered its exclusive economic zone but travelled some distance inside, ignoring a request from the Government to stay out. Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully slammed the breach as "deeply disrespectful" and offensive. Opposition leader David Cunliffe says a stronger approach should have been taken, stating the Japanese ambassador should have been called to see the minister, rather than the deputy called in to see officials because the lack of a strong response may set up false expectations that New Zealand might condone whaling vessels entering its waters.
"Yeah, look" is a specialty of New Zealand's Prime Minister
Winston Peters there have been two government enquiries here in Australia, a joint enquiry by the two Productivity Commissions and the national Access & Equity enquiry. Both identify major issues for New Zealanders permanently residing here and both with solid recommendations for each government. If you were to become Prime Minister of New Zealand, what would you do about the issues TWO GOVERNMENT ENQUIRIES have raised for New Zealanders living in Australia? I ask you this as I hold no hope John Key will do anything about the issues faced by over 200,000 kiwis living in Australia.
** FAMOUS SHREK, THE SHEEP ** Shrek the sheep ran away and hid in a cave in New Zealand for 6 years. When Shrek was finally found in 2004, the sheep had gone unsheared for so long that it had accumulated 60 pounds of wool on its body, enough to make 20 suits! The sheep became famous and even got to meet the Prime Minister. Shrek finally passed away 2 years back at the age of 16.
The 2014 Women of the Year Lecture took place on Monday 20 February at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. The guest speaker was Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Former Prime Minister of New Zealand, who was in conversation with eminent presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Sarah Montague. .She went on to depict how, following her time as Prime Minister, she tackled her new role in the UNDP. Helen addressed her goal to empower women across the world, and emphasised the importance of educating women in order to achieve gender equality. “A nation cannot develop while leaving half of the population behind,” she said, “We must educate young women and girls – they are the building blocks for future generations.”
Helen Clark, New Zealand's Prime Minister for nine years, developed a reputation for being "no-nonsense" and "strong" at the top, something she shares in common with Britain's only female PM Margaret Thatcher. She gives Louisa Peacock a masterclass on how women can survive the cut throat world of po...
Margaret Thatcher set the tone for women in politics, says woman Prime Minister of New Zealand
Prime Minister of New Zealand John Key, and the director of the film Avatar, James Cameron's Avatar that parts'will be filmed in New Zealand
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A man from St Helens became Prime Minister of New Zealand. Always worth remembering.
"And I take my hat off to the teachers and principals across New Zealand who are making a real difference in lifting achievement. A mountain of evidence shows that the quality of teaching - inside the classroom - is the biggest influence on kids’ achievement. I think everyone can remember the best and most inspirational teachers they had at school. I certainly can, and they made a big difference to my education." John Key, Prime Minister 23rd Jan 2014
Prime Minister John Key has announced the overhaul of leadership in New Zealand schools, with the Government creating new roles including 'executive principals' and 'expert teachers' - New Zealand Herald
AFTERNOON NEWS THE HEADLINES: *BJP promises accountable and transparent governance with all round development of all sections of the society; Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi alleges Congress nominates and not elects a Prime Minister. *In Assam, a high level security meet is under way, as the state gears up to counter insurgency ahead of the Republic Day. *Polio drops being administered to over 17 crore children under five years of age today. *In Pakistan, 20 security personnel killed in a suicide bomb attack in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. *US says aid to Pakistan will continue only if it cooperates in counter terrorism efforts. And in Sports, *India walking a tight rope in the Napier onedayer against New Zealand; Kohli again stands tall with a ton. *World Number One Serena Williams crashes out of Australian Open Tennis; Leander Paes and his Czech partner storm into the quarterfinals
EVENING NEWS (Sponsored by Kashmir Steel Rolling Mills) * Sunanda Pushkar Tharoor, union minister Shashi Tharoor's wife, found dead at Leela Hotel in Delhi. * Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi says in a Parliament democracy Prime Minister is chosen by the MPs and Congress follows the tradition; Promises corruption free government. * BJP national executive offers final touches to its resolution on political and economic situation in the country; National Council meeting to begin tomorrow. * Delhi Chief Minister Lt. governor of Delhi orders judicial inquiry into the incident involving Law Minister Somnath Bharati . * Cabinet to reconsider on increasing the number of subsidised LPG cylinders from 9 to 12 says Veerappa Moily. * President and Prime Minister condole the passing away of legendary actress Suchitra Sen. * Supreme Court issues notice to Mayawati and CBI on a plea for registration of a fresh FIR on disproportionate assets case. * India's Yuki Bhambri and his New Zealand partner Michael Venus have ...
Just received this letter from the Attorney General's Department regarding my letter to proscribe Hizb ut Tahrir and Muslim Brotherhood as terrorist organisations. The response is absolutely disappointing to say the least. No wonder our country is going to the dogs. Please read the following letter and get mad: Dear Mr King, I refer to your email 19 November 2013 to the Prime Minister, the Hon Tony Abbot MP, concerning Hizb ut-Tahrir (HuT) and the Muslim Brotherhood. Your email was referred to the Attorney-General, Senator the Hon George Brandis QC, who has portfolio responsibility for this matter. The Attorney-General has asked me to respond to you on his behalf. Neither HuT nor the Muslim Brotherhood have been banned or listed as terrorist organisations in Australia. This is consistent with the approach in the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada, New Zealand and other European nations (except Germany and Russia), which do not list HuT or the Muslim Brotherhood. There is a strict legisla ...
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key is facing prosecution in court after it was revealed his department spied on more than 80 New Zealanders illegally.
:) 2013 TOP TEN QUOTES 1. One of the messages that I had was that this bill was the cause of our drought. Well, in the Pakuranga electorate this morning it was pouring with rain. We had the most enormous big *** rainbow across my electorate – Cabinet minister Maurice Williamson in his speech to Parliament supporting the *** marriage law. 2. The GCSB, the only government department that will actually listen to you – Unknown origin but repeated on social media. =3. What didn’t he know and when didn’t he know it? – Winston Peters querying John Key’s knowledge of the Parliamentary Service’s actions. =3. I'm not a spreadsheet with hair – Auckland singer/songwriter Lorde. 5. Why are you going red, Prime Minister? – Kim Dotcom at the Parliamentary enquiry into the GCSB spying on New Zealand residents. I'm not, why are you sweating? – Key's reply to Kim Dotcom. 6. Male writers tend to get asked what they think and women what they feel – Man Booker prize winning novelist, New Zealand's Eleano ...
PRESS RELEASE 14 December 2013 Result Should be Binding If the Conservatives get their way, the result of the asset sales referendum would be binding on government. “Our policy is simple,” says Mr Craig, “where a referendum achieves two thirds or better support of those voting, the government should not be able to ignore the people.” “New Zealand voters have already been ignored on law and order, the number of MPs, and the anti-smacking law. Mr Key has said this referendum will also be ignored, because just like the previous Prime Minister, he refuses to accept that the public, who employ him, have a right to direct his actions.” “Politicians must remember they are servants of the New Zealand public,” says Mr Craig. “The Conservative Party is committed to ensuring that future referenda with clear outcomes cannot be ignored by government.” ENDS
The Prime Minister launched an inquiry which directly attacked New Zealand's democracy and our con...
With UN Administrator and Former Prime Minister in New Zealand! What a humble soul!
Current Affairs First in the World - Men 1. First man in space --Yuri Gagarin-- USSR 2. First man to reach the North Pole-- Robert Peary-- USA 3. First man to scale Mt Everest --Edmund Hillary--New Zealand 4. First man to reach the South Pole-- Roald Amundsen---Norway 5. First man to circumnavigate the world-- Enrique, Magellan's slave ---Malay 6. First man to land on the moon--Neil Armstrong-- USA 7. First Secretary General of the United Nations-- Trygve Lie-- Norway * First in the World - Women 1. First woman in space---Valentina Tereshkova---USSR 2. First woman to cross the Atlantic in a solo flight--- Amelia Earhart -USA 3. First woman to scale Mt Everest---Junko Tabei- Japan 4. First woman to win an Olympic gold-Charlotte Cooper-England 5. First woman Prime Minister in the world---Sirimavo Bandaranaike-Sri Lanka 6. First American woman in space---Sally Ride---USA
COLOMBO (Web News) Inaugurating the summit‚ Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa called for greater collaboration among the member countries of commonwealth to face the socio economic challenges.He said special emphasis should be given to the eradication of poverty and hunger and ensuring access of the people to basic amenities of life including health and education.Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is representing Pakistan in the 23rd summit‚ which is being attended by heads and representatives of fifty three member countries.On the sidelines of the Summit‚ the Prime Minister will also hold meetings with his Sri Lankan‚ Australian and New Zealand's counterparts and other leaders to promote bilateral relations.Pakistan is one of the eight founding members of the Commonwealth which signed the London Declaration in 1949.Pakistan makes annual contributions to Commonwealth Secretariat‚ Commonwealth Foundation‚ Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation‚ Commonwe ...
Philippines visit postponed - further support offered Minister John Key announced today that New Zealand is sending an RNZAF Hercules to contribute to relief efforts in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. The Prime Minister also announced the postponement of his visit to the Philippines. “A visit next week would place undue pressure on the Philippines Government at a critical time of the relief and recovery phase. “New Zealand knows from recent experience in Christchurch how demanding responding to a large-scale disaster is and we don’t wish to distract from these efforts. “An RNZAF C-130 Hercules carrying emergency supplies will depart New Zealand tomorrow for the Philippines. The aircraft will remain in the area for at least 4 – 5 days to provide transport support to relief efforts as required,” says Mr Key. Continue reading:
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2014 Budget IT will be very interesting to note the upcoming address of the 2014 National Budget by the Prime Minister on November 8, something the nation anticipates yearly. As a nation, we sure do look forward, as budget announcements are well addressed and given a lot of considerations to the many millions allocated to the various government departments. One thing that the nation also needs to look at with great interest is the accountability and transparency of such funds. Millions of taxpayers' money must be accounted for, to the public. You and I have the right to know. In an Open Budget Survey, published this year, Fiji scored only 6 per cent out of 100. Our Melanesian brother, Papua New Guinea scored with a passing of 56 per cent. Our brothers in the northern hemisphere, The People's Republic of China scored 11 per cent; South Korea scored a total of 75 per cent. New Zealand therefore, topped with 93 per cent in the Asia Pacific region. Now, Fiji has a lot to work on. In terms of keeping true to t ...
Team Temptation meets the Prime Minister of New Zealand. What an honor!
New Zealand's Prime Minister has paid his respects to those who flew in Bomber Command during the Second World War
News story: Bomber Command crews honoured by New Zealand: New Zealand's Prime Minister has paid his respects t...
1. Tony Abbott Sworn in as a new PM of Australia i. Tony Abbott has been sworn-in as the new Prime Minister of Australia. 55 year-old Abbott took oath at the Government House in Canberra, in front of Governor-General Quentin Bryce. ii. His conservative coalition had won a comfortable lower house majority in the 7 September polls. iii. Abbott had unveiled his new 19-member Cabinet on Monday, with only one woman, foreign minister Julie Bishop in the line-up. The new ministers will be sworn in later in the day. iv. Abbott said, as well as carbon tax repeal, his government will put the budget back into surplus, and turn back boats bringing asylum seekers from across Asia via Indonesia. 2. Inflation, rupee may force RBI to keep rates on hold i. Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan is likely to maintain his predecessor Duvvuri Subbarao's “hawkish” policy and keep key rates on hold due to continued inflationary pressure and the volatility in rupee, analysts say ii. Most analysts feel that the sharp ...
Congratulations to David Cunliffe - his time has come. David has all the natural ability and many years of preparation. to make an outstanding Prime Minister of New Zealand. I am sure the whole Labour Party and the majority of NZers will be solidly behind him.
UN should dictate Syria response - Key: The Prime Minister says New Zealand is being kept in the loop about th...
Is New Zealand ready for its next heterosexual Prime Minister?
Ouch: Spy Law "is just like a bigger version of Norton Antivirus" - John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand
Fonterra shares, New Zealand dollar hit by food safety concerns * NZ dollar drops 1.5 pct, Fonterra units slump near 9 pct * NZ Prime Minister questions delay disclosure The New Zealand dollar and units in dairy giant Fonterra's shareholders' fund slid on Monday after bacteria that can cause botulism was found in some dairy products, raising safety concerns about the country's top export earner. Fonterra, the world's biggest dairy exporter, said over the weekend that contaminated New Zealand-made whey protein concentrate had been exported to China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Saudi Arabia and used in products including infant milk powder and sports drinks. In response, China has halted all milk powder imports from New Zealand and Australia, New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser said. Some food producers including Danone said they have recalled products that may have contained the contaminated whey. Dairy produce accounts for about a quarter of New Zealand's NZ$46 billion ($36 billion) in annual export ...
"On a scale of 1 - 10…how much are companies using the internet." - John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand *hangs head in …
On June 24, 2010, Australia's first female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, was sworn into office by Australia's first female Governor-General, Quentin Bryce. The iconic photographs
John Key was looking for a call girl. He found three such girls in a local pub, a blonde, a brunette and a redhead. To the blonde he said, I am the Prime Minister of New Zealand . Now how much would it cost me to spend some time with you?' She replied, "$200". To the brunette he asked the same question. Her reply was "$100". He then asked the redhead... Her reply was: "Mr. Prime Minister, if you can get my skirt up as high as my taxes, My panties as low as my wages, Get that thing of yours as hard as the times we are living in, And keep it rising like the price of petrol, Keep me warmer than it is in my apartment and Screw me the way you have retirees, then you can have it for free, like everything immigrants get".
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You know you are a Fiji Indian when … The Fiji Indian is a unique beast. Armed with a rich cultural heritage dating back thousands of years, he was chucked into the middle of the South Pacific where western civilisation was still in its infancy. First brought into Fiji as indentured labourers by their colonial masters in 1879, Indians served their “girmit” of hard labour, struggled against all odds and survived, prospered and played a significant role in the progress of the island nation, as is evident today. Many of Fiji Indian sons and daughters went on to make their mark in the history of the country and Mahendra Chaudhry went on to serve as the fourth Prime Minister of the country. The indenture system during the “girmit” years had two positive effects on subsequent generations. Firstly the need for people of different castes to live work and eat together led to an end of the caste system. Another positive was the development of a new language, known as Fiji Hindi that was formed from differ ...
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And now I'm cheering on former NZ National Prime Minister Jim Bolger for attacking financial deregulation and for reminding the US NZ Partnership Forum of consequences from Free Trade Agreements, like the recent 1,000+ deaths in a Bangladeshi clothing factory. Read the report from Audrey Young below: As a Former Prime Minister and a man very firm in his views, Jim Bolger has always been a bit stroppy. But after his performance in Washington last night at a reception for the US NZ Partnership Forum, someone may be asking him to tone it down a bit. He used his speech as chairman of the NZ US Council to dwell on the Anzus rift over New Zealand's anti-nuclear laws, which was perplexing to those who wanted to celebrate and move on now the rift is over. On Friday next week HMNZS Te Mana will be the first NZ frigate to dock at a US naval base, in Guam, in almost 30 years. Last night the Royal New Zealand Air Force band and the United States Air Force band symbolically played in perfect harmony at the Institute o ...
On This Date In History: 2012 The animated film, 'The Lorax' earns $70.7 million dollars at the box office, the fifth highest returns ever for an animated film 2012 The U.S. requests New Zealand extradite Kim Dotcom and three of his MegaUpload associates, forcing them to face charges for breaching copyright 2011 Saudi Arabia bans all protests after demonstrations have taken place east of the country 2011 In the Battle of Az Zawiyah, rebels successfully overcome pro-Gaddafi forces trying to push into the city 2010 Gordon Brown, United Kingdom's Prime Minister, gives evidence to the Iraq Inquiry 1997 Tommy Lasorda, Nellie Fox and Willie Wells for Hall of Fame 1996 Earl Weaver and Jim Bunning, elected to Hall of Fame 1995 21st People's Choice Awards: Tim Allen wins 1995 Estonia Centrumlinkse Coalition party wins parliamentary election 1995 Graves of czar Nicholas and family found in St. Petersburg 1995 Marc Velzeboer skates world record 3 km short track (5:00.26) 1994 Dottie Mochrie wins Chrysler ...
Soon to be single prediction ... John Key's, Prime Minister of New Zealand. I don't see the ladies lining up. No lady would.
Who-ever sent that letter of complaint to the Prime Minister seeking his intervention should withdraw it immediately. This is NOT the way of Muslims to deal with crisis management amongst ourselves and neither is it condoned by the people who care for this august body we so cherish. We cannot and MUST NOT condone or support any Ministerial intervention to dismantle one of Fiji's sovereign entities, our very own FIJI MUSLIM LEAGUE as the present Administration has done to the "METHODIST CHURCH". My suggested list of persons to nominate and pick from is as follows:- Br. Abdul Rasheed, former FSC Managing Director/CEO; (Brisbane, Queensland) Al Hajj Maulana Bashir Ahmed Diwaan former Pesh Imam and Mufti of FIJI; (New Zealand) Br. Mohammed Ali Saheb, former Fiji Government Statistician; (Woolongong, NSW,) Senator Mohammed Ikbal, former Land Consultant , ( Sydney, NSW) Hon Ahmed Bhamji, MP, Minister for Transport in the Bavadra Government; (Auckland, New Zealand) Br. Ikbal Khan, Lawyer, Legal Aid (NSW)form ...
[via link provided by Dave Ellison] On the trail of Vicki Viidikas in India On the trail of Vicki Viidikas in India Bronwyn Lang has this month commenced research in India as the holder of a 2012 Prime Minister's Australia Asia Award. Bronwyn is currently a PhD candidate in the University of Wollongong's Faculty of Creative Arts. She has completed a Master of Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong Bronwyn's extensive experience in the creative and dramatic arts includes teaching drama in Australia and Kuwait, co-founding swap/meat, a local writers group in Wollongong NSW, participating in community radio and public poetry performances. Bronwyn's written work has appeared in a number of publications including the Sun Herald newspaper and the literary journals LinQ Literature in North Queensland and New Zealand's Blackmail Press. She has also facilitated creative writing workshops for young people and adults within Australia and overseas. As part of her Award, Bronwyn will undertake research in India ...
To Sua (ocean trench), one of two large holes in the ground by the coast in Lotofaga village, Upolu island in Samoa. Water flows into the deep hole through a lava tube tunnel. The two sua are situated in a beautiful garden park overlooking the southeast coast of the island. Open to visitors. The tomb of Laulu Fetauimalemau Mata'afa (1928 - 2007), wife of Samoa's first Prime Minister and the mother of cabinet minister Fiame Naomi Mata'afa, the paramount chief of Lotofaga, is situated close to the sua. Samoa Samoa, officially the Independent State of Samoa, formerly known as Western Samoa, is a country encompassing the western part of the Samoan Islands in the South Pacific Ocean. It became independent from New Zealand in 1962. Wikipedia Capital: Apia Currency: Samoan tala National anthem: The Banner of Freedom Official language: Samoan Language, English Language Government: Dominant-party system, Unitary state, Parliamentary system, Parliamentary republic Population: 183,874 (2011) World Bank
About the Malaysia-Australia Free Trade Agreement Australia’s Minister for Trade and Competitiveness and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Asian Century Policy, Craig Emerson, and Malaysia’s Minister for International Trade and Industry, Mustapa Mohamed, signed the Malaysia-Australia Free Trade Agreement (MAFTA) in Kuala Lumpur on 22 May 2012. The Agreement entered into force on 1 January 2013. MAFTA is a comprehensive, high-quality agreement that further integrates the Australian economy into the fast-growing Asian region. The Agreement builds on benefits already flowing to the Australian economy from the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement, which started for Australia and Malaysia in 2010. Malaysia is Australia’s 10th largest trading partner, with two-way trade worth $17.2 billion in the 2011/12 financial year. The Agreement opens avenues for Australian goods and services into the dynamic Malaysian market.
Coming up on ONE News at 6: Authorities say catching the man who admitted to some of the worst sexual offending New Zealand authorities have ever seen has saved young lives. Plus, Titewhai Harawira wins the argument over escorting the Prime Minister at Waitangi, but John Key wants better organisation in future. And police reveal mysterious details about what Shalvin Prasad did just before he died.
NORWAY,THE MOST DEVEOPED COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. New Zealand Score: 0.908 Wellington New Zealand is a small and relatively remote group of islands and was one of the last islands to be discovered and settled by humans.. Thus, it contains a beautiful landscape and flourishing animal life and biodiversity that attracts flocks of tourists annually. New Zealand is a parliamentary constitutional monarchy that also recognizes Queen Elizabeth II as Head of State and in their national anthem, while John Key is the Prime Minister. New Zealand has one of the highest living standards and happiness ratings in the world, and tends to be a strong advocate for peace and environmental sustainability, banning nuclear weapons and protecting its diverse wildlife. The country’s GDP is $157.877 billion dollars, with a GDP per capita of $35,374 for its population of about 4.3 million. Its education, literacy, and health standards are all very high with a life expectancy of 80.2 years (keep on living, Jamie). Of course, New Zea ...
Morgan Tsvangirai speaks on wide ranging issues from politics, Government, the MDC and his personal life. Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai Q: Prime Minister how do you rate Government performance in 2012? PM: A major milestone this Government has achieved is the constitution-making process. The second All stakeholders conference we had made the process irreversible. We also launched the Medium Term Plan (MTP) and other various social interventions we did as Government in health, education and water. By the end of the year we look back and say we have succeeded in dealing with the water situation in most urban centres. The Mtshabezi pipeline has started supplying water to residents in Bulawayo and this is another milestone we are happy about. We had a very good engagement drive with the international community. We went to the Asian-Pacific, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and I think Zimbabwe’s position was well received in so far as the inclusive Government was concerned. For the first time we were invite ...
The frequently foolish John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand, has a long track record of outright “ignoring” mass dissent amongst the population, boiling for over a year now. When 8,0...
John Key's full speech to the Australian Parliament Here is the full text of his historic speech - Mr Harry Jenkins, Speaker of the House of Representatives and Senator the Honourable John Hogg, President of the Senate. The Honourable Julia Gillard, Prime Minister of Australia. The Honourable Tony Abbott, Leader of the Opposition. Honourable Members of the Australian Parliament. Distinguished guests. It is a great privilege to address you in this esteemed chamber. I address you as Prime Minister of New Zealand, as a proud member of the trans-Tasman family, and as a former resident of this great country. I bring with me the good wishes of 4.4 million Kiwis. They value the deep bonds we share and they would want Australia to hear this message: New Zealand is committed to your country above all others, and for all time. In recent times you have shown New Zealand a degree of loyalty and support that only family can. For that we are truly grateful. When an explosion ripped through the Pike River Mine in Novemb ...
Does he agree with the Prime Minister that the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement is worth about US$2.9 billion to the New Zealand economy; if so, has he or...
Ottawa – The United States of America announced that they have traded recently re-elected President Barack Obama to the Dominion of Canada for Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The Canadians also threw in a a sitting backbencher, and two members of the Official Opposition. “Obama is a top notch leader with an excellent nose for politics who is tailor made to be the 23rd-Prime Minister of Canada. He brings a star power sadly lacking in Canadian politics,” said Governor General David Lloyd Johnston. Struggling Liberal Justin Trudeau was recently assigned to minor league country New Zealand for conditioning. Johnston says the younger Trudeau “just isn't ready to lead a whole G8 country yet, but I believe taking a few hits in the minors and getting a better head for the game, he'll be a future star.” The news came as a shock to fans of the United States, many of them having recently purchased new Obama jerseys on November 6th but a sluggish economy had pundits calling for a trade of the popular Ame ...
Dear Bari Vai, Your comparison (and now a day you are always trying to put down Sheikh Hasina and Awami League) with the activities of PMs of Australia and Bangladesh! Your comparison is not fair and appropriate too – it depends on culture, tradition and finally personal opinion! For your information, One of the most popular Prime Minister of New Zealand, Ms. Helen Clark (she was PM of NZ for 3 consecutive terms and now she is in a top position in UNICEF) were Chief Guest at the Installation Ceremony (of new Committee) of a relatively little organisation - Bangladesh Association of New Zealand Inc (BANZI) She came – not only once, at least couple of times. When I became General Secretary of the BANZI for 1st time in 2000, we courageously invited her and she joined 1st time (along with two of her important Ministers, Police Minister and Correction Minister). I can remember, I also invited her (PM) next time, then also she came and when our next GS invited, she also came (perhaps the last time of any NZ ...
Convicted rapist Mike Tyson has brushed off criticism from John Key, saying there is nothing the Prime Minister can do about his entry to New Zealand.
John Key should step aside highlighting the dignity & accountability of his position as the Prime Minister of New Zealand, allowing a free/independent enquiry into the whole saga of spying a NZ resident, breaching his privacy, rather 'spray & walkway' with an apology, as Hon Winston Peters said in the Parliament yesterday.
The legal case against Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom continues to spiral out of control as New Zealand's Prime Minister announced this week that an inquiry into unlawful government spying on Dotcom and others has been launched.
Permanent stay application in Former PM case - 11:44 Today (21 September 2012) Report by: Dev Narayan A permanent stay application will be filed by the counsels of Former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry. Chaudhry faces three charges related to violation of tax laws. In court today, Chaudhry’s lawyer Rajendra Chaudhry said the application is based on a petition by former President of the Court of Appeal Justice Willliam Marshall. He said the petition has been given to the military counsel and the Prime Minister two days ago. Chaudhry said the petition stated that the Attorney General was interfering in court processes and targeted political situations. He said QC Peter Williams instructed him to to apply for a permanent stay based on the petition. Judge Justice Paul Madigan gave the defence 28 days to file an application for permanent stay. Chaudhry says he will seek further instruction from Williams who is in New Zealand. The matter has been adjourned to the 19th of October.
Legislation regulating deep sea oil drilling inside New Zealand's 600 million hectare Exclusive Economic Zone passed into law yesterday as Labour warned the Government that it had
Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key gets down to Beyoncé at school …
John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand dancing on Beyoncé move your body.
Clinton expected to attend Pacific Islands Forum Publish date/time: 23/08/2012 [13:10] Print this page Email this page As the Engaging with the Pacific meeting chaired by Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama gets underway in Nadi today, there are indications that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband and former US President Bill Clinton are expected to attend the Pacific Islands Forum in Cook Islands next week. Fiji’s suspension is definitely up for discussion whether it is time to allow Fiji back into the fold. Reports have emerged that diplomatic sources say Hillary Clinton wants the forum to readmit Fiji. She has also urged Australia and New Zealand to end its isolation of Fiji, suggesting it is giving too much opening for Chinese moves in the region. If Clinton arrives, she will lead the highest powered and largest US delegation ever to the forum. There are reports that China’s vice foreign minister Fu Ying may also attend the forum. China is believed to have put US$600 mill ...
Just Camden, me & the Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, hanging out at a baseball game . . . in BANGOR, Maine!
John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand, publicly announced his support for the bill which will allow the legalization of *** marriage.
Asia-Pacific embraces Tsvangirai as it prepares for post-Mugabe era Those with the proclivity to label MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai a puppet or creation of the West were left with egg on their face especially in the past few days as the Asia-Pacific region opened up to his imminent ascendancy to the presidency of the new Zimbabwe. Not long ago, the MDC president was accorded an Honorary Doctorate in South Korea. Those who think that North Korea and China are more significant than South Korea and hence saw this development as a non-event, were again forced to do some serious introspection when China, a giant of the region, extended a convivial invitation to Morgan Tsvangirai a few weeks ago. Not to be outdone, other notable regional players have recently fallen over each other in dishing out state invitations to the Prime Minister. Japan was the first stop, followed by Australia and finally New Zealand. While some people in ZANU PF believe that New Zealand and Australia are in the West, the geographical re ...
The Australian High Commissioner to New Zealand, his Excellency Michael Potts met with the Prime Minister yesterday to present a letter of thanks from Australian PM Julia Guillard accepting the Prime Minister's invitation to next months Pacific Islands Forum meeting. While this is the High Commissioners first visit, the country could expect more visits from him throughout his 3 year post. The Australian High Commissioner is based in Wellington and is pleased to be in Rarotonga even if a few days as the weather in Wellington isn't that great during this time of year
from Michael Geist Blog What's Behind Canada's Entry to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Talks? Posted: 28 Jun 2012 12:45 AM PDT Last week, U.S. President Barack Obama formally extended an invitation to Canada to join the Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations, a proposed trade deal that includes the U.S., Australia, Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam (Mexico was also added last week). Supporters have lauded the TPP as potentially the world's most important trade pact and the Canadian government spent months crossing the globe to lobby for an invitation. Yet dig beneath the heady promises and my weekly technology law column (homepage version, Toronto Star version) notes that the benefits for Canada are hard to identify. The price of admission was very steep - Canada appears to have agreed to conditions that grant it second-tier status - and the economic benefits from improved access to TPP economies are likely to be relatively minor since we already have free trade agreements ...
Canada-United States joint statement June 19, 2012 Los Cabos, Mexico President Obama and Prime Minister Harper today welcomed the announcement by the nine Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries to incorporate Canada into the TPP negotiations. The current TPP countries are Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Chile, Malaysia, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States and Vietnam. The TPP countries are seeking to conclude a high-ambition, next-generation regional agreement that liberalizes trade and investment and addresses new and traditional trade issues and 21st-century challenges. As longstanding proponents of enhancing trade and economic relations with countries around the Asia Pacific, the United States and Canada share a common goal of concluding the TPP agreement expeditiously, which will promote innovation, support the creation and retention of jobs in our economies and contribute to the growth of our highly integrated economies. The United States and Canada have the largest single market bila ...
Joint press point by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand. They discuss New Zealand's involvement in NATO...
ASEAN-New Zealand Partnership Highlighted by Prime Minister Key Jakarta , 17 April 2012 The ASEAN-New Zealand Dialogue Relations have significantly progressed in the areas of energy, disaster management, agro business and education, stated the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Rt. Hon. John Key, during a Public Address at the ASEAN Secretariat on 16 April. Prime Minister Key further highlighted New Zealand’s enthusiasm about the rising middle class in ASEAN who are looking for quality education. He noted how “New Zealand has been one of the most popular destinations for quality education for ASEAN youths.”
Our interviewee came just last week for his State visit to Indonesia. He's New Zealand's Prime Minister, Mr. John Key.
Michael Savage, Prime Minister of New Zealand, has died of cancer. He led NZ to war saying: "Where Britain goes, we go ...
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