Sir Paul Reeves dies

From the NZ Herald

Former Governor-General Sir Paul Reeves has died of cancer.

The 78-year-old issued a statement last month saying he was “stepping back from most aspects of his public life following a diagnosis of cancer.”

It was to allow him “to focus on addressing the health issues and to spend more time with Lady [Beverley] Reeves and his family.”

Sir Paul, a former Archbishop of New Zealand, was governor-general from 1985-1990.

 


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