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Shipley

(ˈʃɪplɪ)
n
(Biography) Dame Jenny, full name Jennifer (Mary) Shipley. born 1952, New Zealand National Party politician; prime minister (1997–1999)
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| BIRTHDAYS: Dan Quayle, US politician, 72; Alice Cooper, rock singer, 71; Jenny Shipley, former New Zealand prime minister, 67; Gabrielle Anwar, actress, 49; Bobbie Goulding, rugby league coach and former player, 47; Natalie Imbruglia, actress/singer, 44; Gavin DeGraw, musician, 42; Kimberly Wyatt, singer/dancer, 37.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS Dan Quayle, US politician, 72; Alice Cooper, rock singer, 71; Jenny Shipley, former New Zealand prime minister, 67; Gabrielle Anwar, actress, 49; Bobbie Goulding, rugby league coach and former player, 47; Natalie Imbruglia, actress/singer, 44; Gavin DeGraw, musician, 42; Kimberly Wyatt, singer/dancer, 37.
Jenny Shipley, former New Zealand prime minister; Surakiart Sathirathai, former deputy prime minister of Thailand; Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, former president of Indonesia; and Ratan Tata, chair emeritus of Tata and Sons.
1997 - Jenny Shipley becomes the first female Prime Minister of New Zealand
Jenny Shipley was New Zealand's first female prime minister, having knifed National's Jim Bolger a year earlier and drop-kicked Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters right out of the paddock.
The eight-member board of the new fund encompasses seven top career women from around the world, including Cherie Blair, prominent lawyer and wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Kim Campbell and Jenny Shipley, respectively former prime ministers of Canada and New Zealand, and Wendy Luhabe, Chair of South Africa's Industrial Development Corporation and considered one of Africa's leading entrepreneurs.
(chairperson) (1996) Inquiry under s47 of the Health and Disability Services Act 1993 in Respect of Certain Mental Health Services: Report of the Ministerial Inquiry to the Minister of Health Hon Jenny Shipley. Wellington: Ministry of Health.
Chapter 7 is chronologically and ideologically distinct from the three preceding chapters, being about the economic and social reforms of the National governments led by Jim Bolger and Jenny Shipley. As such it does warrant being in a separate part from Chapters 4-6.
Dan Quayle, US politician, 55; Jenny Shipley, former New Zealand Prime Minister, 50; Gabrielle Anwar, actress, 31; Bobby Goulding, rugby league player, 30; Natalie Imbruglia, pop star, 27.
And, by the way, Jenny Shipley's National Party won the last New Zealand general election, in 1999.