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New Ministerial roles announced

October 15, 2014 at 4:50 PM

Prime Minister John Key has announced the new Ministry of the National-led Government. The following have been appointed into Ministerial roles particularly relevant to family and whānau violence.

  • Minister for Social Development: Anne Tolley
  • Justice: Amy Adams
  • Police: Michael Woodhouse
  • Corrections: Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga (also Pacific Peoples and Ethnic Communities)
  • Whānau Ora: Te Ururoa Flavell (also Māori Development)
  • ACC: Nikki Kaye
  • Women: Louise Upston

The full list is available on the Beehive website.


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