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Rt. Hon Helen Clark
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Rt Hon Helen Clark Member for Mt Albert, Labour Party Leader Prime Minister Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Responsible for Ministerial Services Minister in charge of the NZ Security Intelligence Service Minister Responsible for the GCSB

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Monday, 17 November 2008
Tribute to Mayor Graeme Weld Helen Clark today paid tribute to the late Graeme Weld, Mayor of Western Bay of Plenty District Council, who passed away at the weekend. 335 views

Tuesday, 7 October 2008
NZ contributes to Afghanistan appeal Prime Minister and Acting Foreign Minister Helen Clark today announced that New Zealand will contribute $1 million to the United NationsWorld Food Programme (WFP) in Afghanistan. 458 views

Funding for natural disasters in Africa, India, Nepal Prime Minister and Acting Foreign Minister Helen Clark today announced that $1.5 million has been allocated to international organisations responding to natural disasters through NZAID (New Zealand's international aid and development agency). 450 views

NZ aid to help response to food crisis in Zimbabwe The food supply situation in Zimbabwe has deteriorated sharply in recent years.  It has been estimated that 3.8 million people in Zimbabwe presently need food assistance, with this number expected to rise to 5.1 million by January. 368 views

Monday, 6 October 2008
Govt support for FIFA U17 Women's World Cup One of the largest women's sporting events ever to be held in New Zealand is to receive $1.5 million government support, Prime Minister Helen Clark and Economic Development Minister Pete Hodgson announced today. 598 views

Monday, 22 September 2008
UN recognises NZ's extended seabed rights Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that New Zealand’s rights over approximately 1.7 million square kilometres of seabed have been confirmed by a special United Nations Commission. 383 views

Law change paves way for lower remittance costs The Labour-led Government has taken a significant step towards reducing the cost of remitting money from New Zealand to Pacific countries. 284 views

PM condemns terrorist bombing in Pakistan Prime Minister Helen Clark today expressed concern and sadness at the bombing of the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad, Pakistan's capital city, on Saturday evening (Pakistan time). 288 views

Monday, 15 September 2008
PM condemns terrorist bombings in India Prime Minister Helen Clark today condemns the series of bombings which has killed twenty people and injured more than ninety in central India’s capital city, New Delhi. 247 views

Saturday, 13 September 2008
New medals to recognise service in Korea since 1958 Prime Minister Helen Clark and Defence Minister Phil Goff today announced two new medals to recognise New Zealanders who served with the United Nations Command in the Republic of Korea since 1958. 511 views

Tuesday, 5 August 2008
Australian PM to visit NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark announced today that Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd would visit Auckland on 19 August to participate in a trans-Tasman climate change conference. 427 views

Monday, 4 August 2008
NorthTec gets $8.5 million capital injection Prime Minister Helen Clark and Building and Construction Minister Shane Jones today announced a significant government capital injection into Northland Polytechnic. 411 views

NorthTec gets $8.5 million capital injection Prime Minister Helen Clark and Building and Construction Minister Shane Jones today announced a significant government capital injection into Northland Polytechnic. 291 views

Friday, 1 August 2008
Prime Ministers Fellowship marks Tongan coronation A Fellowship to foster the leadership and governance skills of future generations of Tongan leaders will be New Zealand’s gift to mark the Coronation of King George Tupou V, Prime Minister Helen Clark announced during her visit to Tonga. 1227 views

Wednesday, 30 July 2008
New Zealand representation for Tongan Coronation Prime Minister Helen Clark will travel to Tonga for the coronation of King George Tupou V of Tonga in Nukualofa on Friday, 1 August. 381 views

Saturday, 26 July 2008
Niues Premier to make first visit to NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark announced today that the new Premier of Niue Hon Toke Talagi, will make his first official visit to New Zealand from Monday 28 July to Friday 1 August. 479 views

Tuesday, 22 July 2008
PM launches fresh approach to workplace skills New Zealand’s competitiveness and productivity will benefit from the new Skills Strategy Action Plan launched by Prime Minister Helen Clark at the Industry Training Federation’s annual conference today. 356 views

Tuesday, 15 July 2008
Ancestry visa access to UK safe for Kiwis Prime Minister Helen Clark is welcoming today’s announcement from the British Government that New Zealanders who have grandparents born in the United Kingdom will continue to be able to live and work in the UK for up to five years using ancestry visas. 608 views

Saturday, 5 July 2008
Rugby World Cup promotion lands in UK New Zealand’s giant inflatable Rugby Ball Venue will make its second international appearance, in front of London’s Tower Bridge in November, Prime Minister Helen Clark announced yesterday. 615 views

Rotorua Museum redevelopment funding Rotorua’s Museum of Art and History is to get a $7.5 million government grant to complete its centenary redevelopment project, Prime Minister and Minister Arts, Culture and Heritage Helen Clark announced today. 761 views

Friday, 4 July 2008
University campus to boost Counties Manukau A new university campus in Counties Manukau, to be opened in 2009, was announced by the Prime Minister Helen Clark and Tertiary Education Minister Hodgson today. 1805 views

NZ company plays global role in carbon credit market Prime Minister Helen Clark today congratulated New Zealand company TZ1 on its appointment as a major player in the global market for carbon credits. 1478 views

Wednesday, 2 July 2008
Rail back in New Zealand hands The transfer of New Zealand’s rail assets back into New Zealand hands is a major step forward in building a sustainable transport system for the 21st Century, Prime Minister Helen Clark and Finance Minister Michael Cullen said today. 1489 views

Wednesday, 25 June 2008
Statement to Parliament on situation in Zimbabwe The Prime Minister moved. 379 views

Wednesday, 18 June 2008
Moriori heritage and identity preserved for the future Prime Minister Helen Clark and Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Ruth Dyson have announced a one-off grant of $6 million dollars to preserve and promote the identity, heritage, culture and the legacy of peace of the Moriori people of the Chatham Islands. 755 views

Friday, 13 June 2008
Death of former US Ambassador Anne Martindell Prime Minister Helen Clark today paid tribute to the former United States Ambassador to New Zealand, Anne Martindell, who has passed away in Princeton, New Jersey, aged 93. 306 views

Monday, 9 June 2008
NZ-Kiribati declaration signed The declaration signed today between New Zealand and Kiribati reflects the growing relationship between the two countries and sets the foundation for an expanded aid programme, Prime Minister Helen Clark said today after meeting with HE Anote Tong, President of the Republic of Kiribati. 424 views

Friday, 6 June 2008
NZSIS releases historical Sutch papers Intelligence Service, Helen Clark, announced today that the NZSIS, acting on a recommendation made by the Chief Ombudsman, has released a number of papers relating to Dr William Ball Sutch. 411 views

Thursday, 5 June 2008
International environment art award Prime Minister Helen Clark today announced the winner of the prestigious International Children’s Painting Competition, held to celebrate World Environment Day each year. 511 views

Wednesday, 14 May 2008
Customs agreement with Japan signed Prime Minister Helen Clark and Customs Minister Nanaia Mahuta said today that New Zealand and Japan have signed a Customs Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) which will help exporters move their goods more quickly and efficiently between the two countries. 500 views

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