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Oral Questions - 21 June 2017

Oral Questions - 21 June 2017

Questions to Ministers

1. JAMES SHAW to the Minister of Police: Has she, or the former Minister of Police, been briefed by Police about any political interference or obstruction of justice in the Police investigation into allegations that MP Todd Barclay recorded a private conversation at his electorate office; if so, when?

2. JONO NAYLOR to the Minister of Finance: How did Budget 2017 support social investment initiatives?

3. ANDREW LITTLE to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his answers during Oral Question No. 2 yesterday?

4. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements even if facts known to him make doing so extraordinarily difficult; if so, how?

5. Dr JIAN YANG to the Minister of Transport: How many people were involved in the construction of the Waterview tunnels in Auckland?

6. JACINDA ARDERN to the Minister for Children: Is it acceptable that New Zealand has been ranked 34th out of 41 high-income OECD countries for child well-being in the UNICEF report – Building the Future: Children and the Sustainable Development Goals in Rich Countries?

7. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS to the Prime Minister: Before making a statement, does he check all the facts; if not, why not?

8. BARBARA KURIGER to the Minister for Primary Industries: What reports has he received on the positive outlook for primary sector exports?

9. GRANT ROBERTSON to the Minister of Finance: Does he agree with the OECD report on New Zealand that labour productivity is well below leading OECD countries, restraining living standards and well-being?

10. ANDREW BAYLY to the Associate Minister of Education: What recent announcements has the Government made following Budget 2017 on school property in Auckland?

11. Dr DAVID CLARK to the Minister of Health: Has a recent review of the ministry been undertaken by Paula Rebstock; if so, what were its findings?

12. PAUL FOSTER-BELL to the Minister of Statistics: What recent announcements has he made on open data?

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