Prime Minister Julia Gillard & New Zealand

Julia Eileen Gillard (born 29 September 1961) is the 27th and current Prime Minister of Australia and the Leader of the Australian Labor Party since 24 June 2010. She is the first woman to hold either office. New Zealand is an island country located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. 5.0/5

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Lone asylum protester confronts Gillard Saturday, February 09, 2013 ยป 02:14pm A lone protester calling on the government to close its asylum seeker detention centre in Nauru has confronted Prime Minister Julia Gillard on her visit to Queenstown in New Zealand. Ms Gillard and NZ Prime Minister John Key laid wreaths at the Queenstown War Memorial on Saturday afternoon, following bilateral talks in which Mr Key announced that from 2014, New Zealand will accept a yearly intake of 150 refugees processed in Australia. As they headed back to their car, a woman held up a cardboard sign reading "Close Nauru", in reference to the detention centre reopened by the government in August. The woman, who was reluctant to speak to media, said New Zealand should be taking more refugees than its annual 750 quota. NZ has failed to meet the quota in recent years, with the government attributing that to disruption from the 2011 Christchurch earthquake
From NZ Herald article, Large crowd expected for Paul Holmes funeral: "Prime Minister John Key has offered his apologies for not being able to make the funeral - instead he will welcome Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard to New Zealand when she arrives in Queenstown later in the day." Is this what people voted John Key for!! Doesnt he have time for his people? Hope Australians can vote for him in next election..
Tasmania is on fire! Hmmm Brings something to mind. Controversial so if you are of weak constitution turn away NOW! Looks like our mainland is about to be faced with a lot of refugees (boat people even). Hope they have a passport. Australian Immigration Department are going to be lining up on the foreshores you can be assured of that. As a concerned citizen seeing our shores about to be invaded by people seeking safety I rang Canberra to find out what we are going to do. So here is what I got. I got hold of our Prime Minister Julia Gillard who was kind enough to respond with we in the Labour Party understand your concern and assured me all boats will be turned to Christmas Island for processing and probably moved on to Naru later on until people forget about them. Totally relieved they are being treat humanly, I moved on to the opposition. Again luck on my side their leader, what his name again? Doesn't matter he answered and I over heard him telling staffers to find out if New Zealand would take them for ...
Wen wants more NZ products in China John Key last night had a meeting with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, a drink with Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and dinner with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. He is staying in Phnom Penh for the East Asia Summit and is sharing his hotel with the Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh, the President of Burma, Thein Sein, and the Prime Minister of Laos, Thongsing Thammavong. This afternoon, he meets President Barack Obama and five other leaders involved in the Trans Pacific Partnership, and all that is before the East Asia Summit actually begins. Mr Key left his hotel for the Wen meeting at about 6pm in a motorcade - said to be a familiar sight on the city streets for local high-ranking officials. Most streets are dotted with memorial portraits of the former King, Norodom Sihanouk, who died last month in Beijing, aged 89. The avenues from the airport are lined with the flags of the 16 participant countries, though the stars on the New Zealand flag are ...
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