Parliament: Oral Questions - 19 December 2018
Questions to Ministers
1. Hon SIMON BRIDGES to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by all her Government’s statements and actions?
2. WILLOW-JEAN PRIME to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the economy?
3. Hon AMY ADAMS to the Minister of Finance: Does he think New Zealanders are better or worse off this Christmas when, under this Government, petrol taxes have increased, and rents have risen $30 a week?
4. Hon MICHAEL WOODHOUSE to the Minister of Immigration: Does he stand by all his statements and actions in relation to the deportation liability of Karel Sroubek?
5. MARAMA DAVIDSON to the Prime Minister: Which of her Government’s achievements for our kids and our environment, if any, will she be reflecting on this Christmas?
6. Hon NIKKI KAYE to the Minister of Education: Does he stand by all of his decisions this year?
7. Dr DUNCAN WEBB to the Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration: What progress, if any, has been made on the regeneration of Christchurch?
8. Hon PAUL GOLDSMITH to the Minister for Regional Economic Development: What is the breakdown of the 7,000 jobs that he told the House yesterday have been created by the Provincial Growth Fund?
9. MELISSA LEE to the Minister for Government Digital Services: Does she stand by all of the Government’s actions in regards to the appointment of a Chief Technology Officer; if not, why not?
10. JENNY MARCROFT to the Associate Minister of Education: What announcement has she made regarding support for children at risk of disengagement from education in the Hawke’s Bay region?
11. JONATHAN YOUNG to the Minister of Energy and Resources: When she was briefed by the US company 8 Rivers on its proposal to produce abundant hydrogen and urea alongside large-scale carbon capture and storage in Taranaki, did she think they made a compelling case for ensuring New Zealand’s domestic electricity requirements, particularly for dry year cover?
12. Hon TIM MACINDOE to
the Minister for ACC: Will 65 percent of vehicle owners pay
more to register their cars next year, including for some a
150 percent increase in the ACC levy, due to his decision to
dump the Vehicle Risk Rating