New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to the Guardian Australia about how her life has changed as a PM, meeting Obama and her ambitions for New Zealand. Watch the interview here.
Watch the highlights of Helen Clark’s main address during the World Government Summit 2017 in this short clip provided by the World Government Summit.
Watch this clip to see Abdul Karim Hanif from Dubai based TV channel City 7 TV interviewing Helen Clark during the World Green Economy Summit.
Watch this clip and listen to Guergana Guermanoff, New Zealand Consul-General to Shanghai speak about what she brings to international diplomacy as a New Zealander.
Watch the press conference held at the New Zealand Mission in New York with Helen Clark standing for the role of United Nations Secretary-General. The United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organisation to promote international co-operation. Go Helen! #Helen4SG
The New Zealand Herald presents a video about the new New Zealand Government who was not quite used to their new role after spending nine years in Opposition, and the errors made by both sides during the first Question Time …
Lorde talks about the power of young people and how they can make things happen. The video was produced by The New Zealand Electoral Commission encouraging the younger generation to take the lead and vote.
MP Maurice Williamson’s speech on marriage equality has parliamentarians roaring in their seats and is lauded as “one of the greatest speeches ever delivered”.
David Shearer launches ‘Kiwibuild” – Labour’s plan to build 100,000 homes in 10 years.
Hon Bill English, Finance Minister, outlines the Government’s new vision for the New Zealand public service.
Prime Minister John Key outlines the Government’s 2012 Budget priorities.
Prime Minister John Key gives his 2011 election night victory speech
An explanation of MMP and how it works.
A special message from John Key following the Christchurch Earthquake.
Prime Minister John Key declares a state of emergency following the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Christchurch on 22 February 2011.
Prime Minister John Key appears on Breakfast and draws a new national flag for New Zealand.
Prime Minister John Key presents ten reasons you should visit New Zealand on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Helen Clark is welcomed into the United Nations with a traditional Maori Powhiri.
Demonstration by anti-apartheid protesters during the 1981 Springbok tour of New Zealand.
John Key’s 2008 election victory speech
Prime Minister Elect John Key gives his victory speech after winning the 2008 election.
The early days of electoral campaign advertising in New Zealand.
A video on the 1984 snap election.
An interview with Dr. Pita Sharples in the lead up to the 2008 election.
David Lange’s Oxford University debate regarding New Zealand’s anti-nuclear stance.
David Lange speaks at the 1985 Oxford Union Debate.