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Papers, Petitions and Reports

Papers, Petitions and Reports


When Parliament resumed at 2pm a petition calling on the House to stop marine farms in the Marlborough Sounds was presented.

Select committee reports were presented on the:

2011/12 financial review of the Law Commission by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2011/12 financial review of the Abortion Supervisory Committee by the Justice and Electoral Committee

Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara Claims Settlement Bill (43-2) by the Māori Affairs Committee

Marine Reserves Bill (224-1) by the Local Government and Environment Committee

Marine Reserves (Consultation with Stakeholders) Amendment Bill (38-1) by the Local Government and Environment Committee

Holidays (Full Recognition of Waitangi Day and ANZAC Day) Amendment Bill (3-2) by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

Petition 2011/10 of Wendy Matthews and 5454 others by the Health Committee

The review of the NZSIS and the GCSB by the Intelligence Committee

The annual reports of the New Zealand Fish and Game Council, Report for the year ended 31 August 2012 (C.21) and Wellington Fish and Game Council, Report for the year ended 31 August 2012 (C.21F) were presented.

Question Time began.

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