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Order Paper:Government Orders of the Day

Tuesday, 22 June 1999

Name of bill, Minister in charge of bill, stage of consideration, bill's reference number, and times for debate

1. Social Welfare (Transitional Provisions-Special Portability Arrangement) Amendment Bill, 263-1 Hon. Roger Sowry, Interrupted debate on consideration of report (Social Services) 5 x 10 m speeches remaining, (Report presented 4 June 1999; debate interrupted 17 June 1999)

2. Crimes (Home Invasion) Amendment Bill, 262-2 Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Justice and Law Reform); 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 14 June 1999) (Bill contains majority amendments)

3. Criminal Justice Amendment Bill (No. 6), 261-2 Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Justice and Law Reform) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 9 June 1999)

4. Child Support Amendment Bill (No. 5), 242-2 Rt Hon Sir William Birch, Consideration of report (Social Services) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 4 June 1999)

5. Education (Te Aho Matua) Amendment Bill, 256-2 Hon. Tau Henare, Committee stage

6. Broadcasting Amendment Bill (No. 2), 177-2 Hon. Maurice Williamson, Committee stage

7. Judicature (Rules Committee and Technical Advisers) Amendment Bill, 173-2 Hon. Tony Ryall, Committee stage

8. Interpretation Bill, 90-2 Hon. Tony Ryall, Committee stage

9. Animal Welfare Bill (No. 2), 209-2 Hon. John Luxton, Committee stage

10. Local Government Amendment Bill (No. 8), 297-1 Hon. Maurice Williamson, Committee stage

11. Electoral Amendment Bill, 222-2 Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Electoral Law); 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 6 May 1999) (Bill contains majority amendments)

12. Broadcasting (Election Broadcasting) Amendment Bill, 225-2 Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Electoral Law); 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 6 May 1999) (Bill contains majority amendments)

13. Local Government Amendment Bill (No. 9), 69-3 Hon. Maurice Williamson, Committee stage, (Formerly part of the Local Government Law Reform Bill)

14. Intellectual Property Right Acts Amendment Bill, 104-2 Hon. Max Bradford, Consideration of report (Commerce) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 26 August 1998)

15. Human Rights Amendment Bill, 181-1 Hon. Tony Ryall, Second reading 12 x 10 m speeches, (First reading 19 August 1998)

16. Food Amendment Bill, 260-2 Hon. John Luxton, Consideration of report (Government Administration) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 4 June 1999) ( Bill contains majority amendments)

17. Resource Management (Marine Farming and Heritage Provisions) Amendment Bill, 141-2b Hon. Simon Upton, Consideration of report (Transport and Environment)* 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 30 April 1999) (* Bill has not yet been read a second time)

18. Radiocommunications Amendment Bill, 98-2 Hon. Maurice Williamson, Consideration of report (Commerce) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 27 August 1998)

19. Juries Amendment Bill, 94-2 Hon Georgina te Heuheu, Committee stage

20. Appropriation (1998/99 Supplementary Estimates) Bill, 281-1 Hon. Bill English, Second reading 3 hrs, (First reading 20 May 1999)

21. Appropriation (1999/2000 Estimates) Bill, 280-1 Hon. Bill English, Committee stage (Estimates debate) 8 hrs

22. Protected Disclosures Bill, 208-2 Hon. Simon Upton, Committee stage

23. Health Occupational Registration Acts Amendment Bill, 99-2 Hon. Wyatt Creech, Committee stage

24. Social Security (Conjugal Status) Amendment Bill, 53-1 Hon. Roger Sowry, Consideration of report (Social Services) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 7 May 1998)

25. Social Security (Residential Care) Amendment Bill, 124-1 Hon. Roger Sowry, Consideration of report (Social Services) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 17 November 1998)

26. Summary Proceedings Amendment Bill (No. 2), 89-2a Hon. Tony Ryall, Consideration of report (Justice and Law Reform)* 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 23 March 1998; formerly part of the Courts and Criminal Procedure (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill) (* Bill has not yet been read a second time)

27. New Zealand Courts Structure Bill, 191-1 Hon Georgina te Heuheu, Second reading 12 x 10 m speeches, (First reading 18 July 1996)

28-30. Government Notices of Motion Nos. 1 to 3

Below the line

Gaming Law Reform Bill, 250-2 Hon. Jack Elder, Consideration of report (Internal Affairs and Local Government) 12 x 10 m speeches, (Report presented 16 June 1999)

Ngati Tarangitukua Claims Settlement Bill, 303-1 Rt Hon. Sir Douglas Graham, Second reading 12 x 10 m speeches, (First reading 17 June 1999)

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