New Zealand Labour Party Members of Parliament

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New Zealand Labour Party Members of Parliament, 2021.

Members

  • Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern Prime Minister of New Zealand. Leader of the Labour Party & MP for Mt Albert. Minister for National Security and Intelligence, Child Poverty Reduction, and Minister Responsible for Ministerial Services. Associate Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage.
  • Hon Kelvin Davis Deputy Leader of the Labour Party & MP for Te Tai Tokerau. Minister for Māori Crown Relations: Te Arawhiti, Children, and Corrections. Associate Minister of Education (Māori Education).
  • Hon Grant Robertson Deputy Prime Minister & MP for Wellington Central. Minister of Finance. Minister for Infrastructure, Minister for Racing, and Sport and Recreation.
  • Hon Phil Twyford MP for Te Atatu. Minister of State for Trade and Export Growth, Associate Minister for the Environment, and Immigration. Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control.
  • Hon Dr Megan Woods MP for Wigram. Minister of Housing, Energy and Resources, and Research, Science and Innovation. Associate Minister of Finance.
  • Hon Chris Hipkins MP for Remutaka. Minister for COVID-19 Response, Education, and the Public Service.Leader of the House.
  • Hon Carmel Sepuloni MP for Kelston. Minister for Social Development & Employment, ACC, Arts, Culture & Heritage, and Disability Issues
  • Hon Andrew Little List MP. Minister of Health, and Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations. Minister Responsible for the GCSB, NZSIS, and Pike River Re-entry.
  • Hon David Parker Attorney-General. Minister for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, and Revenue, and Associate Minister of Finance
  • Hon Nanaia Mahuta MP for Hauraki-Waikato. Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Local Government. Associate Minister for Māori Development.
  • Hon Stuart Nash MP for Napier. Minister for Economic and Regional Development, Small Business, Forestry, and Tourism.
  • Hon Damien O'Connor MP for West Coast-Tasman. Minister of Agriculture. Minister for Trade and Export Growth, Biosecurity, Land Information, and Rural Communities.
  • Hon Jenny Salesa MP for Panmure-Ōtāhuhu
  • Shanan Halbert MP for Northcote
  • Sarah Pallett MP for Ilam
  • Terisa Ngobi MP for Ōtaki
  • Ingrid Leary MP for Taieri
  • Rachel Boyack MP for Nelson
  • Glen Bennett MP for New Plymouth
  • Anna Lorck MP for Tukituki
  • Tracey McLellan MP for Banks Peninsula
  • Helen White List MP based in Auckland.
  • Steph Lewis MP for Whanganui.
  • Camilla Belich List MP based in Auckland
  • Hon Kris Faafoi List MP. Minister of Justice, Immigration, and Broadcasting & Media.
  • Hon Dr David Clark MP for Dunedin. Minister of Commerce & Consumer Affairs, the Digital Economy & Communications, State Owned Enterprises, and Statistics. Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission.
  • Hon Peeni Henare MP for Tāmaki Makaurau. Minister of Defence, and Whānau Ora. Associate Minister of Health (Māori Health), Housing (Māori Housing), and Tourism.
  • Hon Willie Jackson. List MP based in South Auckland. Minister for Māori Development. Associate Minister for ACC and Justice.
  • Hon Aupito William Sio MP for Māngere. Minister for Pacific Peoples, and Courts. Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs, Education (Pacific Peoples), Justice, and Health (Pacific Peoples).
  • Hon Poto Williams MP for Christchurch East. Minister for Building and Construction, and Police. Associate Minister for Children, and Housing (Public Housing).
  • Hon Michael Wood MP for Mt Roskill. Minister of Transport, and Workplace Relations & Safety. Deputy Leader of the House.
  • Hon Dr Ayesha Verrall List MP based in Wellington. Minister for Food Safety, and Seniors. Associate Minister of Health, and Research, Science and Innovation.
  • Adrian Rurawhe MP for Te Tai Hauāuru.
  • Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki List MP based in Papakura.
  • Angie Warren-Clark List MP based in Bay of Plenty.
  • Dr Deborah Russell MP for New Lynn.
  • Dr Liz Craig List MP based in Invercargill.
  • Dr Duncan Webb MP for Christchurch Central.
  • Ginny Andersen MP for Hutt South.
  • Greg O'Connor MP for Ōhāriu.
  • Jamie Strange MP for Hamilton East.
  • Hon Jan Tinetti List MP based in Tauranga. Minister of Internal Affairs, and Women. Associate Minister of Education.
  • Jo Luxton MP for Rangitata.
  • Kieran McAnulty MP for Wairarapa. Senior Whip.
  • Hon Kiritapu Allan MP for East Coast. Minister of Conservation, and Emergency Management. Associate Minister for Arts, Culture & Heritage, and the Environment.
  • Louisa Wall List MP based in South Auckland.
  • Marja Lubeck List MP based in Kaipara ki Mahurangi.
  • Hon Meka Whaitiri MP for Ikaroa-Rāwhiti. Minister of Customs, and Veterans. Associate Minister of Agriculture (Animal Welfare), and Statistics.
  • Paul Eagle MP for Rongotai.
  • Hon Priyanca Radhakrishnan MP for Maungakiekie. Minister for the Community & Voluntary Sector, Diversity, Inclusion & Ethnic Communities, and Youth.Associate Minister for Social Development & Employment.
  • Rino Tirikatene MP for Te Tai Tonga.
  • Tamati Coffey List MP.
  • Rt Hon Trevor Mallard Speaker of the House of Representatives. List MP based in Hutt South.
  • Willow-Jean Prime MP for Northland.
  • Dr Emily Henderson MP for Whangārei.
  • Tangi Utikere MP for Palmerston North.
  • Rachel Brooking List MP based in Dunedin.
  • Arena Williams MP for Manurewa.
  • Dr Gaurav Sharma MP for Hamilton West.
  • Vanushi Walters MP for Upper Harbour.
  • Ibrahim Omer List MP.
  • Dr Neru Leavasa MP for Takanini.
  • Naisi Chen List MP based in Botany.
  • Angela Roberts List MP based in Taranaki.
  • Barbara Edmonds MP for Mana.

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