The order paper is here.
Oral Questions 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
- ANDREW LITTLE to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by his statement that “I don’t want to ban foreigners from buying residential property”?
- Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements?
- DAVID BENNETT to the Minister of Finance: What reports has he received on the state of the New Zealand economy and what do these reports show?
- Hon ANNETTE KING to the Minister of Health: When was he or his office first briefed on the contents of the draft New Zealand Health Strategy?
- JAMES SHAW to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by his statement that “New Zealand is never going to sign up to the TPP unless we believe it is in New Zealand’s best interests”?
- BARBARA KURIGER to the Minister for Social Housing: What work is being done to ensure social housing is available for those most in need?
- GRANT ROBERTSON to the Minister of Finance: Does he stand by his reported statement that the slowdown in growth this year had come at the right time in the electoral cycle?
- DAVID CLENDON to the Minister of Corrections: How many Final Warning Notices, in accordance with SERCO’s contract with the Crown, have been issued since SERCO took over management of the Mt Eden Corrections Facility?
- KELVIN DAVIS to the Minister of Corrections: Does he agree with the statement made by the Department of Corrections Chief Executive Ray Smith that “not everything is broken” in relation to SERCO’s management of Mt Eden Corrections Facility?
- ALASTAIR SCOTT to the Minister of Immigration: What measures has the Government announced to help spread the benefits of migration across New Zealand?
- Hon DAVID PARKER to the Minister of Trade: Is the effect of Article 139 of the New Zealand–China Free Trade Agreement that it allows restrictions to be introduced on foreign buyers of New Zealand homes, including Chinese buyers, so long as subsequent agreements with other countries are no more generous?
- NUK KORAKO to the Minister of Education: He ahaērāmahiāwhinakiakahakēatu ai teako o tehungarangatahi i Te Reo Māori?
- Translation: What is being done to help more young people learn Te Reo Māori?
National: Four questions on the economy, social housing, immigration and Te Reo Māori
Labour: Five questions on housing x 2, DHBs, Mt Eden Prison and economic growth
Greens: Two questions on TPP and Med Eden Prison
NZ First: One question on PM standing by his statements
Government Bills 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm and 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm
New Zealand Flag Referendum Bill – second reading
The Bill establishes a process for the holding of 2 postal referendums, firstly to determine which alternative flag design is preferred by voters, and secondly to determine whether that alternative flag or the current flag is to be the New Zealand flag.”
- Introduced: March 2015
- 1st reading: March 2015, passed 76 to 43 with Labour and NZ First opposed
- SC report: June 2015, supported with amendments by the majority, Labour dissenting
The second reading consists of 12 speeches of up to 10 minutes each for a maximum of two hours.
Appropriation (2015/16 Estimates) Bill – committee stage
This Bill authorises the individual appropriations contained in The Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the year ending 30 June 2016.
- Introduced May 2015
- 1st reading: May 2015, passed without dissent
- 2nd reading: June 2015, passed 63-58 with Labour, Greens, NZ First against
The debate is an 11 hour debate divided into ten sector debates. The sectors are:
- Economic Development and Infrastructure Sector – done
- Education Sector – done
- Environment Sector – current
- External Sector
- Finance and Government Administration Sector
- Health Sector
- Justice Sector
- Māori, Other Populations and Cultural Sector
- Primary Sector
- Social Development and Housing Sector
Each debate is a minimum of eight speeches of up to five minutes each, led off by the relevant select committee chairperson.