Parliament

Gordon Campbell | Parliament TV | Parliament Today | Video | Questions Of the Day | Search

 

National Party Portfolio Responsibilities, Aug '04

NATIONAL PARTY PORTFOLIO RESPONSIBILITIES,
AUGUST 2004

1. Don Brash Leader
SIS

2. Gerry Brownlee Deputy Leader
Shadow Leader of the House
Maori Affairs
Constitutional and Treaty of Waitangi Issues

3. Simon Power Chief Whip (TBC)
Conservation
Associate Education

4. Katherine Rich Social Welfare
Economic Development
Crown Businesses

5. Bill English Education
Associate Finance

6. Nick Smith Local Government
Environment
Outdoor Recreation

7. Tony Ryall Law and Order
Immigration

8. David Carter Agriculture
Housing

9. Lockwood Smith Foreign Affairs and Trade
Tourism

10. John Key Finance

11. Murray McCully Parly. Assistant to the Leader of the Opposition
State Services
Sports, Fitness and Leisure

12. Judith Collins Health
Pacific Island Affairs
Family

13. Wayne Mapp Labour and Industrial Relations
Associate Constitutional and Treaty of Waitangi Issues
Chair of Caucus Policy Committee

14. John Carter Defence
Veterans Affairs
Civil Defence and Emergency Services

15. Richard Worth Justice
Attorney General

Maurice Williamson Transport
Information Technology
Communications
Statistics

Roger Sowry Energy
Associate Labour and Industrial Relations

Clem Simich Assistant Speaker

Georgina te Heuheu Broadcasting
Arts, Culture and Heritage
Associate Foreign Affairs

Pansy Wong Revenue
Asian Relationships
Associate Commerce

Shane Ardern Associate Agriculture
Biosecurity
Customs

Phil Heatley Fisheries
Associate Energy

Paul Hutchison Associate Health
Associate Social Welfare
ACC
Science/CRIs
Associate Arts, Culture, and Heritage

Lynda Scott Senior Citizens
Food Safety
Caucus Secretary

Lindsay Tisch Junior Whip
Racing
Internal Affairs
Small Business

Brian Connell Commerce
Forestry
Associate Revenue

Sandra Goudie Consumer Affairs
Disability Issues
Associate Local Government

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

Principals' Federation:
End Of National Standards

Today the Minister of Education announced that the Government has stopped the controversial National Standards system of assessment and declared them an arbitrary measure which did not raise children's achievement as the previous Government intended.

"This is such a win for all the principals who never believed in national standards and who, for the past decade, have argued for what is morally right for our nation's young people and their learning," said Cormick. More>>

 

Public Good: People’s Report On Public Broadcasting And Media Presented

The People’s Commission on Public Broadcasting and Media, was crowdfunded and was informed by an extensive consultation, seeking the views of both those working in Media as well as gathering input both online and in person from ordinary Citizens. More>>

ALSO:

RBNZ To RNZB: PM's Press Conference

Prime Minister Jacinda Adern was joined by Minister of Finance Grant Robertson and Minister for Children Tracey Martin to announce the appointment of Adrian Orr as the new Governor of the Reserve Bank and the name change of the Ministry for Vulnerable Children to ‘Oranga Tamariki - Ministry for Children’. More>>

ALSO:

'Taming Globalised Capital': Why Is Labour Supporting Investment Rules In WTO?

‘Today, we learned the new government has added New Zealand’s name to a proposal designed to lead to foreign investment rules in the WTO at this week’s ministerial meeting in Argentina,’ said Auckland University Professor Jane Kelsey. More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On The Politics Of Scaring Voters Back Into Line

Fear has always been a useful mobilising tool in politics… yet in 2017, bogeymen of all shapes and sizes seem to have fallen on hard times. For years, the National party had painted itself as being the only reliable defensive bastion against the terrifying prospect of a centre-left government… More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On Drinking Water As A Failure Of Political Leadership

It is almost possible to feel sorry for the Health Ministry in their terrible, no good, very bad week... More>>

ALSO:

 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • PARLIAMENT
  • POLITICS
  • REGIONAL
 
 

Featured InfoPages