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Looking To The Future

Posted on 26 Mar 2009

Speech to the Defence Industry Association Luncheon Meeting; Sea Cadet Headquarters, Evans Bay, Wellington; Thursday, March 26 2009.

Raising The Bar

Posted on 20 Mar 2009

Hon Heather Roy speech to the New Zealand Defence Force Joint Junior Staff Course Graduation Dinner; Trentham Military Camp, Trentham, Upper Hutt; Thursday, March 19 2009.

Special Trust And Belief

Posted on 18 Feb 2009

Speech by the Hon Heather Roy to Territorial Force Commissioning Course Graduation Parade; Waiouru, Tuesday, February 17 2009.

Fitting Recognition Of New Zealanders' Work

Posted on 17 Feb 2009

Speech to Timor-Leste Solidarity Medal Presentation Ceremony; Premier House, Wellington; Monday, February 16 2009

Presentation of Service Medal by President of Timor-Leste

Posted on 13 Feb 2009

President of Timor-Leste Jose Ramos-Horta will next week honour six New Zealanders for their role in New Zealand's peacekeeping response to the violence that broke out in Timor-Leste in April and May 2006.

Through The Eyes Of The Warrior

Posted on 03 Feb 2009

Associate Minister of Defence Heather Roy was today at Waiouru's National Army Museum's to launch 'Te Tama Toa' ('Through the Eyes of the Warrior') - a new brand designed, in part, to display the endeavours of our forebears and current soldiers who helped mould the nation into what it is today.

ACT Launches National Security Policy

Posted on 04 Nov 2008

ACT Deputy Leader and National Security Spokesman Heather Roy today launched ACT New Zealand's National Security policy at the Australian Defence College Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies.

Labour Turns Skyhawks Into Water Buckets

Posted on 23 Oct 2008

ACT Deputy Leader and National Security Spokesman Heather Roy today revealed that the latex-covered and supposedly water-proofed Skyhawks at Woodbourne Air Base are, in fact, anything but - with the cockpits recently discovered to be mouldy and containing pools of water.

Morally Bankrupt PM Hits New Low In Politics

Posted on 18 Sep 2008

Prime Minister Helen Clark's comparison of hypothetical body counts between a Labour and National Government's decision to deploy troops to Iraq represents an all-time low in politics, and in the personal standards of her worn-out and bitter remnant of a Party once proud to stand for ordinary decent Kiwis, ACT National Security Spokesman Heather Roy said today.

Peace Is Not Just The Absence Of War

Posted on 15 Sep 2008

September 15 is the day on which Allied countries of WW2 commemorate the Battle of Britain; the day on which the Luftwaffe suffered its worst casualties in one day - 60 aircraft vs 26 of the RAF -resulting in Hitler's postponement and ultimate cancellation of the invasion of England, codenamed 'Operation Sea Lion'.