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The National Party is anxious to ensure that New Zealand servicemen and women who are deployed overseas know that they are going with the non-partisan support of the New Zealand Parliament. In the spirit of ensuring non-partisan support of the deployment. I hope the Government will offer a briefing to National on the deployment if the decision has been madeNew Zealand ponders upping Afghan troops Jan 31, 2006
So it is fitting we have worked so hard together to get this wind farm up and running in Antarctica -- one of the world's most pristine and fragile environmentsAntarctica wind farm operational Jan 20, 2010
Murray Stuart McCully (born 19 February 1953 in Whangarei, Northland) is a New Zealand politician. He is a member of the National Party, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister for Sport and Recreation, and Minister for the Rugby World Cup.
McCully was educated at Arapohue Primary School, Dargaville High School, the University of Auckland, and Victoria University of Wellington. He has a LLB degree and is a qualified Barrister and Solicitor, working as a lawyer before entering politics. His former partner, Jane Clifton, works as a columnist for The New Zealand Listener and as a political journalist.
McCully first entered Parliament as MP for East Coast Bays on the North Shore of Auckland in the 1987 elections, and became MP for the new seat of Albany in the 1999 elections. In the 2002 elections he returned as MP for the reconstituted East Coast Bays seat.