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The House: The Week Ahead

Following Question Time today, the House will turn to the second reading of the Appropriation (1998/99 Supplementary Estimates) Bill.

This is a set piece three hour debate.

Government time for the rest of the week will see Crime Bills dominate with the third readings of the Crimes (Home Invasion) Amendment Bill and the Criminal Justice Amendment Bill (No. 6).

Wednesday will see the General Debate held and then Member's night with continuation of the interrupted debate on the Alcohol Advisory Council Amendment Bill and the second readings of the Firearms Authority Bill, 290 and the Children's Health Camps Board Dissolution Bill.

Other items currently near the top of Government orders of the day are:

The Ngati Tarangitukua Claims Settlement Bill (Second reading)

The Fisheries Amendment Bill (No. 2) (Second reading) and;

The Child Support Amendment Bill (No. 5) (Committee stage)



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