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Briefings to Infrastructure Ministers Released

Hon Bill English
Minister for Infrastructure
Hon Gerry Brownlee
Minister of Energy and Resources
Minister of Economic Development
Hon Steven Joyce
Minister of Transport
Minister of Information and Communications Technology

10 December 2008 Media Advisory

Briefings to Infrastructure Ministers Released

Ministers Hon Bill English, Hon Gerry Brownlee and Hon Steven Joyce have today released the Briefings to the Incoming Ministers related to infrastructure issues covering the portfolios of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources, Economic Development, Transport and Information and Communications Technology.

The briefing documents are now available on the Beehive website:

Minister for Infrastructure

Infrastructure: Briefing for the Incoming Minister 2008:

Minister of Energy and Resources

Ministry of Economic Development: Guide to MED:

Ministry of Economic Development: Economic overview:

Ministry of Economic Development: Vote Energy:

Electricity Commission:

Electricity Efficiency and Conservation Authority:

Minister of Economic Development:

Ministry of Economic Development: Vote Economic Development:

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise:

Minister of Transport:

Ministry of Transport:

New Zealand Transport Agency:

Aviation Security Service:

Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand:

Maritime New Zealand:

Transport Accident Investigation Commission:

Minister of Information and Communications Technology

Ministry of Economic Development: Vote Communications and Information Technology:


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