The order paper is here.
Oral Questions 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
- METIRIA TUREI to the Prime Minister: Was he advised, prior to 8 December 2015, that the so called “jihadi brides” he referred to during the Intelligence and Security Committee meeting were all resident in Australia and did not leave from New Zealand?
- CHRIS BISHOP to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he received on the New Zealand economy?
- GRANT ROBERTSON to the Minister of Finance: Does he stand by his reported statement from February this year that he is not overly concerned about the broader impact of the slump in dairy prices?
- STUART SMITH to the Minister of Education: What reports has she received on the Intensive Wraparound Service?
- CARMEL SEPULONI to the Minister for Social Development:How many applications for benefits, superannuation, and special needs grants have not been processed because of the issues with the implementation of the client management IT system?
- BARBARA KURIGER to the Minister of Health: By what percentage has Vote Health increased since 2008?
- Hon DAMIEN O’CONNOR to the Minister for Primary Industries: Does he have confidence in his Associate Minister for Primary Industries?
- BRETT HUDSON to the Minister of Tourism: What reports has he received about growth in the number of visitors coming to New Zealand?
- RON MARK to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements where the interests of young New Zealanders are concerned?
- STUART NASH to the Minister of Police: If someone suspects criminal activity and they actually want the Police to turn up in under 10 minutes, do they have to inform the Police that they have a gun?
- KEVIN HAGUE to the Minister of Health: Will he introduce a tax on sugary drinks, in light of the growing number of countries who have done so, most recently the UK, and the evidence that it is effective?
- JENNY SALESA to the Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment: Is he concerned about skills shortages in professions that require knowledge in STEM subjects; if not, why not?
National: Four questions on the economy, education, health spending and tourism
Labour: Five questions on dairy, welfare, confidence in Associate Primary Minister, guns and skills
Greens: Two questions on jihadi brides and sugar tax
NZ First: One question on PM standing by his statements
Government Bills 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm
Greater Christchurch Regeneration Bill – second reading
This bill is provides a new legal framework to support the regeneration of greater Christchurch over the next 5 years.
- Introduced: October 2015
- 1st reading: October 2015, passed unanimously
- SC report: February 2016, support with amendments by majority, Labour and Greens dissenting
The second reading debate has 12 speeches of up to 10 minutes, so a maximum debate of two hours.
This Bill amends the Geographical Indications (Wine and Spirits) Registration Act 2006 to address issues identified with the principal Act..
- Introduced: November 2015
The first reading debate has 12 speeches of up to 10 minutes, so a maximum debate of two hours.