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  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark is a very enthusiastic supporter of this forum. (Web site)
  2. Prime Minister Helen Clark was very impressive in her speech of Labour achievements and our plan for the future.
  3. New Prime Minister Helen Clark is a lecturing academic who was Deputy-PM in the previous failed Labour government.

Acting Ministers

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that acting ministers were being appointed for Mr Maharey's portfolios until further notice.

Defeat

  1. Prime minister Helen Clark has conceded defeat and said she will step down as leader of the center-left Labor Party.

Police

  1. Many politicians, from Prime Minister Helen Clark down, remained neutral while distancing themselves from the actions of the police.

November

  1. On Friday 12 September 2008, Prime Minister Helen Clark announced that the general election would take place on 8 November 2008.

Former

  1. Former Prime Minister Helen Clark admits defeat and resigns as head of the Labour Party.
  2. Former New Zealand, Prime Minister Helen Clark spoke for the first time today about getting the number three job at the United Nations.

Morning

  1. Around three hundred people gathered on the steps of Parliament this morning to farewell the outgoing Prime Minister Helen Clark.

July 15

  1. As soon as the sentences were handed down on July 15, Prime Minister Helen Clark issued a strongly-worded diplomatic rebuke.

Election

  1. Labour Party Prime Minister Helen Clark called this election after problems with coalition partners, but denied it was a snap election. (Web site)

Cabinet

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark today announced that David Parker is returning to Cabinet following his election by the Labour Caucus this morning.
  2. Prime Minister Helen Clark today announced the allocation of portfolios to ministers and the appointment of ministers and under-secretaries outside Cabinet. (Web site)

Speech

  1. This speech provoked a vigorous reaction around New Zealand, with the Prime Minister Helen Clark among those voicing criticism.

Gay Marriage

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark (Labor Party) has not taken a public position on gay marriage, but she says the new law does not threaten marriage. (Web site)

Labour Day

  1. Darien with Winnie Laban, Prime Minister Helen Clark and other MPs and candidates listen to Jill Ovens, SFWU talk about Labour Day at the union day out.

Tribute

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark joined Lady Hillary and the family in the front row of St Mary's and was the first to pay tribute to Sir Ed. (Web site)

Caucus

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark has written to Parliament's Speaker Margaret Wilson to inform her that Mr Field is no longer a member of the caucus.

Labour

  1. Brash said the blame for any recession will lie squarely with the Prime Minister Helen Clark and Labour.
  2. Labour was far from complacent, with party leader and Prime Minister Helen Clark there with her Labour Party Pacific caucus in tow.

Minister

  1. Elder then studied politics at the University of Auckland alongside such names as Prime Minister Helen Clark and Minister of Defence Phil Goff. (Web site)

February 2002

  1. In February 2002, Prime Minister Helen Clark outlined the government's `framework for growing an innovative New Zealand'.

Profound

  1. NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark says the passing of Hillary was a profound loss to New Zealand.

Waitangi

  1. Because of the level of protest that had previously occurred at Waitangi, the previous Prime Minister Helen Clark did not attend in 2000. (Web site)

Beehive

  1. In Wellington on Monday he stood in a cage outside The Beehive as Ms Arroyo and Prime Minister Helen Clark held a media conference.

Zealander

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark paid tribute to Hillary, describing him as the best-known New Zealander ever to have lived. (Web site)

Zealand

  1. Announcing the death of the last night, New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark described his passing was a profound loss. (Web site)
  2. Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark was once thought of as a “sex bomb” in saucy black boots, reveals a new biography.
  3. Helengrad A right-wing nickname for Wellington, New Zealand, derived from Prime Minister Helen Clark 's apparent steel grip on her cabinet.

Zealanders

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark and Defence Minister Phil Goff announced a new medal for New Zealanders who served in areas affected by the Boxing Day tsunami. (Web site)
  2. New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark described the explorer as a heroic figure and said all New Zealanders would deeply mourn his passing. (Web site)

Prime Minister Helen Clark

  1. Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that the passing of Sir Edmund Hillary is a profound loss to New Zealand.
  2. Prime Minister Helen Clark says it is simply mid-term blues, which Labour has had before, and as recently as when Don Brash was appointed National leader.
  3. On the same day that Turia announced her resignation, Prime Minister Helen Clark sacked her from her ministerial posts.

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  1. Zealanders
  2. Beehive
  3. Waitangi
  4. Settlements > Cities > Capitals > Wellington
  5. Calendars > Days > Holidays > Labour Day
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