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A New Zealand politician. The current leader of the House, Minister for Transport, and Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery.
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ENG: Gerard Anthony "Gerry" Brownlee (born 1956) is a New Zealand politician. He served from 17 November 2003 to 27 November 2006 as deputy-leader of the National Party – during that period the second-largest party in the New Zealand Parliament, and thus forming the core of the Opposition. In November 2008 he became the third-ranked Minister in John Key's coalition cabinet. Brownlee currently serves as Leader of the House, Minister for Transport, and Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery. Political career In the 1993 elections, Brownlee stood as the National Party candidate in the Sydenham electorate, where he campaigned—unsuccessfully—against Jim Anderton of the newly formed Alliance. In the 1996 election he contested the nearby seat of Ilam, and won by a ...
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Crown Minerals Act up for review


The government has proposed a number of tweaks to the Crown Minerals Act. The review of the CMA, which provides the framework for management and allocation of rights to Crown-owned minerals, is a key component of the government’s petroleum action plan. Energy and Resources Minister Gerry Brownlee today downplayed the scope of the proposed changes, to a regime which he described as “basically sound”. “The proposed amendments to the Act are not extensive and do not represent any significant changes,” Gerry Brownlee said. “For example, the government is not ...


New Govt Car-Buying Contract Will Save $18.5m, Brownlee Says


Wellington, Aug 29 NZPA - Taxpayers will be saved nearly $20 million over the next five years through a new government car-buying process, Economic Development Minister Gerry Brownlee says. "The Government is getting serious about using procurement to increase efficiency and save money," he said today. "The vehicle contracts will save $18.5m -- about 8 percent -- on current vehicle expenditure while improving safety and environmental standards."Under the new all-of-government approach there would be agreed prices for cars and discounts on some of them. Mr Brownlee said he was going to make ...


Gerry Brownlee welcomes power saving initiative


A new initiative between national grid operator Transpower and businesses will help ease electricity demand pressures in the upper North Island at crucial times, says Energy Minister Gerry Brownlee. ... The upper North Island programme will include the installation of two static var compensators, which absorb when transmission voltage is too high or provide reactive support on a transmission network when voltage is too low. They are expected to be installed in Auckland and Northland in 2013 and 2014. Mr Brownlee said it was pleasing to see Transpower and business working together on such an ...


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Humanitarian assistance for war-torn Iraq
Gerry Brownlee | Foreign Affairs New Zealand will contribute $1.5 million to the International Committee of the Red Cross for crucial humanitarian assistance in Iraq, Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced. The humanitarian crisis in Iraq is one of the largest and most volatile in the world, with 3.1 million people internally displaced and more than 11 million in need of help. “New Zealanders are rightly appalled at the civilian toll of this violent conflict,” Mr Brownlee says. “Many Iraqi people are living in untenable conditions. ...read more
NZ marks Hong Kong 20th anniversary
Gerry Brownlee | Foreign Affairs Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee has today marked the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. “The story of Hong Kong’s economic success under the ‘one country, two systems’ arrangement has been a very positive one,” Mr Brownlee says. “This arrangement has also given confidence to New Zealand businesses operating in Hong Kong and New Zealanders living and working there. ...read more
$15 million boost for Pacific labour mobility
Gerry Brownlee | Foreign Affairs The Government has today announced $10 million in new funding to expand Pacific labour mobility, as the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme celebrates ten years of success. Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee and Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse say the RSE scheme is an innovative immigration policy that fulfils a labour need in New Zealand while giving Pacific workers the chance to earn an income and gain skills. ...read more
North Korea missile tests unacceptable
Gerry Brownlee | Foreign Affairs Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee has condemned today’s test launch of a ballistic missile by North Korea.    “North Korea has now tested more than a dozen ballistic missiles this year,” Mr Brownlee says. “Like those previous tests, today’s launch violates UN Security Council Resolutions and is completely unacceptable. “New Zealand has made clear its opposition to such tests and I want to reiterate our condemnation of this type of activity. ...read more



 
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