This morning the Administrator of the Government, Dame Susan Glazebrook presented insignia to a further ten recipients of some of the last New Zealand Royal Honours to be approved by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.
This afternoon at Government House, Dame Susan Glazebrook, the Administrator of the Government invested ten Honour recipients with their insignia. They hailed from Auckland in the North to Bluff in the deep South and all have made wonderful co
“And so, on this momentous day, let us gathered here do as our forebears did those seventy years ago: let us join together in reflection and gratitude, and let us look forward to the reign of our new Sovereign, and this new chapter in our nation’s histo
At this morning’s investiture ceremony, one of New Zealand’s greatest-ever rugby league players received a CNZM for services to the sport. Over 18 years, Benji Marshall played 346 NRL games – the most of any New Zealand player.
Today at Government House Auckland, Dame Cindy presented insignia to fourteen Honours recipients, including Sir Collin Tukuitonga, KNZM, who was recognised for his distinguished career in public health and the public service, and Dr Miriam Saphira, long
Today at Government House Auckland, Dame Cindy conferred insignia on fourteen Honour recipients who were recognised for their service, achievements and contributions to their communities. They included internationally renowned New Zealand arti
This afternoon at the Christchurch Town Hall, Dame Cindy hosted the New Zealand Bravery Awards, acknowledging those who exhibited such extraordinary courage at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre on 15th March 2019.
Dame Cindy welcomed a further five new Ambassadors to New Zealand today: HE Ms Biljana Stefanovska-Sekovska, Ambassador of The Republic of North Macedonia; HE Mr Sinchai Manivanh, or of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic; HE Mr Davaasuren Damdinsuren,
Last night at Government House Wellington, Dame Cindy and Dr Davies hosted the Diplomatic Corps for a very special Matariki Dinner, to mark the first time that New Zealand has observed Matariki as a public holiday.
He Wahine Maori Ahau is an inspirational speaker series focussing on the experience of Wahine Maori in the Public Service. The topic of yesterday's forum at the National Library was 'The Impact of the past on women today'.
This afternoon at Government House Wellington, Dame Cindy authorised the appointment of Hon Kieran McAnulty to the Executive Council, as well as the appointment of Ministers to their new portfolios, on the advice of the Prime Minister.