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Parliament Resumes With More Annual Reports

When Parliament resumed at 2pm a number of annual reports were tabled.

These included the reports of the Department of Corrections, Ministry for Primary Industries, Financial Markets Authority - Superannuation Schemes Report, Ministry for Culture & Heritage, Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment and Reports in Relation to Selected Education Non-Departmental Appropriations.

Select committee reports were presented on the New Zealand International Convention Centre Bill and the petition of Denise Roche and 1,302 others by the Commerce Committee and the Report from the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Investigating the future of conservation: The case of stewardship land by the Local Government and Environment Committee.

MPs began Question Time.


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