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The Governor-General website publishes a diverse range of information. You can filter publications by using the advanced filters in our Publication archive, view the latest Speeches, Image Galleries and News and Events, or use a keyword and advanced search options in our site-wide search.

Recent media statements

State Memorial of Queen Elizabeth II - Order of Service

Media statement
Issue date: 
Sun 25 Sep 2022

Statement from His Majesty The King

Media statement
Issue date: 
Fri 9 Sep 2022

Public Statement by the Governor-General

Media statement
Issue date: 
Fri 9 Sep 2022

9 September 2022

 

It was with great sorrow that I received notification today from Buckingham Palace that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September at Balmoral.

Recent speeches

Address at the State Memorial Service for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Speech
Issue date: 
Mon 26 Sep 2022

Ka kotahi atu te rerenga o te Kotuku ki tona taunga, ko te Atua e kiia nei: “Haere mai ki ahau koutou e taimaha ana, ā, māku ano koutou e whakaokioki”.

Ko te atua tōku piringa.

Proclamation of Accession address

Speech
Issue date: 
Sun 11 Sep 2022

Adecco Paralympics New Zealand Gala Dinner

Speech
Issue date: 
Wed 31 Aug 2022

Rau rangatira mā, e kui mā, e koro mā, e huihui nei, tēnei aku mihi māhana ki a koutou. Kia ora tātou katoa.

Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen – warm greetings to you all. I’d like to specifically acknowledge:

Recent educational publications

Royal Tours

Education
Issue date: 
Wed 12 Jul 2017

The late Gavin McLean, former Senior Historian with the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, looks at Queen Elizabeth's visits to New Zealand.

Changing Face of the Monarchy

Education
Issue date: 
Sat 1 Jul 2017

The late Gavin McLean, former Senior Historian with the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, looks at Queen Elizabeth's reign. 

Last updated: 
Wednesday, 10 May 2017

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