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Schedule Of Select Committee Meetings

Select Committee Meetings being held this week

Tuesday, 20 July 1999—G.007

Business 4.30 pm– 5.00 pm

Wednesday, 21 July 1999—Maui Tikitiki A Taranga (G.006)

Finance and Expenditure

Into the powers and operations of the Inland Revenue Department (Open to Public) 10.00 am– 11.30 am


Taxation (Annual Rates and Remedial Matters) 11.30 am– 12 noon
Taxation (Annual Rates and Remedial Matters) (Open to Public) 12 noon– 1.00 pm

Wednesday, 21 July 1999—G.010



Medicines Amendment 10.00 am– 12 noon

Wednesday, 21 July 1999—G.005

Social Services 10.00 am– 1.00 pm

Processing of student allowances by Work and Income New Zealand 10.00 am– 10.30 am


Children, Young Persons and Their Families (Trans-Tasman Transfer of Protection Orders and Proceedings) Amendment 10.30 am– 11.00 am

Briefing by Ministers on Strengthening Families policy (Open to Public) 11.00 am– 12 noon
Petitions: 12 noon– 12.30 pm

Wednesday, 21 July 1999—G.009

Transport and Environment


Transport Accident Investigation Amendment 10.00 am– 11.15 am
Wildlife (Penalties) Amendment 11.15 am– 12 noon
Conservation (Protection of Trout as a Non-commercial Species) Amendment 12 noon– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 22 July 1999—G.001



Personal Property Securities 9.30 am– 12 noon
Commerce Amendment 12 noon– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 22 July 1999—G.011

Education and Science

Education Amendment (No. 3) 10.00 am– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 22 July 1999—G.003

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade 10.00 am– 1.00 pm

1996/1044 of Damien Nepata 10.00 am– 10.30 am


Into the appointment process for the Director of the Centre for Strategic Studies 10.30 am– 11.00 am
Implications of New Zealand's participation in APEC 11.00 am– 11.30 am
Defence Beyond 2000 11.30 am– 12 noon

Other matter:
Review of the International Treaty Examination Procedures 12 noon– 12.30 pm

Thursday, 22 July 1999—G.005

Government Administration


Courts Security 10.00 am– 10.45 am
Acts and Regulations Publication Amendment 10.45 am– 11.15 am
Matrimonial Property Amendment 11.15 am– 1.00 pm
De Facto Relationships Property 11.15 am– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 22 July 1999—G.009

Internal Affairs and Local Government 10.00 am– 1.00 pm


South Taranaki District Council (Egmont Electricity Limited Sale Proceeds) 10.05 am– 10.30 am
Napier Borough Endowments Amendment 10.30 am– 10.45 am
New Plymouth Recreation and Racecourse Reserve 10.45 am– 11.00 am


Into the early processing of voting papers at the 1998 local body elections 11.00 am– 11.20 am

Museum of Transport and Technology 11.20 am– 12.10 pm

Other matter:

Issues raised in the Controller and Auditor-General's Second Report for 1999 12.10 pm– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 22 July 1999—To be advised

Maori Affairs

Ngati Turangitukua Claims Settlement (Open to Public) 9.00 am– 3.00 pm

Thursday, 22 July 1999—G.010
Primary Production 9.30 pm– 1.00 pm

Fisheries (Retention of New Zealand Control) (Open to Public) 9.40 am– 10.30 am
Fisheries (Retention of New Zealand Control) 10.30 am– 11.00 am
Fisheries Amendment 11.00 am– 12.50 pm

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