Minister of Corrections Judith Collins of New Zealand

Collins was elected to Parliament in the 2002 elections as MP for Clevedon.
Collins was also instrumental in bringing little known musicians to a wider public (in much the same way Joan Baez brought Bob Dylan into the public eye.
By the 1970s, Collins had a solid reputation as an art song singer and folksinger and had begun to stand out for her own compositions.
In more recent years Collins has taken to writing, producing a memoir, "Trust Your Heart" in 1987, as well as a novel, "Shameless.
Like many other folk singers of her generation, Collins was drawn to social activism.
A Grieving Judy Collins Finds Writing a Book Helps the Healing Process", Los Angeles Times, pp.
Judy Collins has painful talk about suicide", MSNBC Online.
Judith Collins is an international authority on sculpture.
Collins has written exhibition catalogues on numerous artists including Eduardo Paolozzi, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Lynn Chadwick, Elisabeth Frink, Magdalena Abakanowicz, David Nash, and Carl Plackman.
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A senior curator at the Tate Gallery in London, Collins has written a large survey entitled Sculpture Today.
Collins is no scribbler who would equate obscurity with profundity, as Arthur Danto once put it; if you’re looking for a faddish new costume of words to dress up some visual flourish, you won’t find it here.
Also, I made no head count but the book does seem heavy on Brits, but that is forgivable as Collins is an expert on that field and, frankly, sculptors from the British Isles have done more of the heavy lifting than those of many other locales.
By the mid-'70s, Judy Collins had earned a reputation as a masterful interpretive singer as well as shown a late-blooming gift as a songwriter.
But while much of her work displayed an artful and contemplative tone, after she scored a surprise hit single with her a cappella rendition of "Amazing Grace," Collins was nudged a few steps closer to the mainstream, and 1975's Judith often strikes an uncomfortable balance between misguided pop confections and sturdier material which more readily suits her talents.
63Out Of PrintI Want to Be Healed (Book)Judith CollinsISBN:9780850919073In this book, acclaimed healer and aura expert Judith Collins describes how she came to be a healer and also explains how the process of spiritual healing works.
Judith Collins was born in Hamilton and was educated at Matamata College before studying at the University of Auckland where she gained a Bachelor of Laws degree, a Master of Laws degree (honours) Caucus Responsibilities Spokeswoman for Welfare Spokeswoman for Veterans Affairs Spokeswoman for Family Affairs Spokeswoman for Pacific Island Affairs Select Committees Social Services (Deputy Chair) judith.
Benefit scheme under-delivers - as expected National Party Welfare spokeswoman Judith Collins says the latest sickness and invalid benefit numbers suggest Treasury's concerns about Labour's Working New Zealand reforms were well-founded.
Ive thought for a while that Collins was among the most impressive National MPs one of the few earning their pay.
Mrs Collins said she wanted to know the facts before deciding whether an inquiry was needed, but would be concerned if innocent people were being watched.
The party vote went 52% to 28% for National, and Judith Collins took a 6,800 paper majority and turned it into a 9,700 real one.
Collins said she was intrigued that the Governments new social development model now includes something called triples, and my mind just boggles.
Ms Collins said she had been a lawyer for more than 20 years and had been a member of the Auckland District Law Society and the New Zealand Law Society.
Judith Collins is a highly qualified and experienced lawyer and was a company director prior to being elected to the constituency seat of Clevedon in 2002.
Judith Collins is a highly qualified and experienced lawyer and was a company director prior to More.
Judith Collins says she has no qualms about demanding 300 more officers for South Auckland.
Incoming Police Minister Judith Collins is concerned the force is viewed as becoming "politicised" under Labour.
Ms Collins said she also had no problem in stepping into Mr Broad's "operational" area and telling him to put an extra 300 officers into South Auckland by the end of 2010 as National has promised.
The policy will require an extra 224 officers recruited over the 376 already planned and will see every second recruit sent to South Auckland but Ms Collins said she was confident it could be fulfilled.
Ms Collins said during the campaign that law and order was the number one issue in the electorate before the economy.
National demanded accountability from Labour ministers over the failures by Corrections, but Ms Collins said she would not be taking the blame for any botch-ups - immediately at least.
Collins received her medical degree at the Medical School of South Carolina in 1977.