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Retention Of The Title "The Honorable"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, 17 February 2000

MEDIA STATEMENT
PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE
WELLINGTON


RETENTION OF THE TITLE "THE HONOURABLE"

His Excellency The Governor-General has advised that Her Majesty The Queen has been pleased to approve the retention of the title "The Honourable" by:

Simon William ENGLISH, M.P.
Murray John Finlay LUXTON, M.P.
Maxwell Robert BRADFORD, M.P.
Roger Morrison SOWRY, M.P.
(Raymond) Tau HENARE
Dr Nicolas Rex SMITH, M.P.
Murray Stuart McCULLY, M.P.
Anthony Boyd Williams RYALL, M.P.
Maurice Donald WILLIAMSON, M.P.
Dr (Alexander) Lockwood SMITH, M.P.
Georgina Manunui TE HEUHEU, Q.S.O., M.P.
Clem Rudolph SIMICH, M.P.
Tuariki John Edward DELAMERE
David Cunningham CARTER, M.P.
Jack Arnold ELDER
Marie Bernarde HASLER, M.P.
Peter Michael McCARDLE,

lately Members of the Executive Council of New Zealand.

Dated at Wellington this 14th day of February 2000.


Helen Clark, PRIME MINISTER


NOTE FOR EDITORS

Members of the Executive Council (Ministers) are eligible to be recommended to The Queen for retention of the title "The Honourable" for life on relinquishing or retirement from Office. The above persons served as Members of the Executive Council during the period 1990-1999.

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