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Estimates Reported Back

A large number of estimates reports were presented when Parliament resumed at 2pm.

The Callaghan Innovation, Statement of Performance Expectations, for the year ending 30 June 2015 and the Statement of Intent of Callaghan Innovation were presented as was the Law Commission’s Report, Liability of Multiple Defendants, and the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment’s-Update Report - Making difficult decisions: Mining the conservation estate and Update report - Hydroelectricity or wild rivers: Climate change versus natural heritage.

Select committee reports were presented on the:

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Māori Affairs by the Māori Affairs Committee
2014/15 Estimates for Vote Treaty Negotiations by the Māori Affairs Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote ACC by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Food Safety by the Primary Production Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Immigration by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Labour by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Lands by the Primary Production Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Transport by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

Briefing on new import health standards for pork by the Primary Production Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Attorney-General and Vote Parliamentary Counsel by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Commerce and Consumer Affairs by the Commerce Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Communications by the Commerce Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Conservation by the Local Government and Environment Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Courts by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Customs by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Economic Development and Employment by the Commerce Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Energy by the Commerce Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Environment by the Local Government and Environment Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Foreign Affairs and Trade and Vote Official Development Assistance by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment by the Local Government and Environment Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Tourism by the Commerce Committee

Social Security (Clothing Allowances for Orphans and Unsupported Children) Amendment Bill by the Social Services Committee

The House then passed a motion condemning the arrests and jailings of three journalists in Egypt.

MPs begun Question Time.

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