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Petitions, Papers, Reports And Bills

When the House resumed at 2pm a Petition was presented asking the House note 4,141 people have signed a petition asking that the Bay of Plenty District Health Board be directed to reinstate the routine microbiology department at Whakatane Public Hospital and that the House support this request.


Select committee reports were presented on:
2010/11 financial review of the Maritime Safety Authority of New Zealand as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

Briefing on major defence projects as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee

2010/11 financial review of New Zealand Antarctic Institute as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee

2010/11 financial review of the Electricity Authority and the Electricity Commission as reported by the Commerce Committee

2010/11 financial review of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise as reported by the Commerce Committee

2010/11 financial review of Radio New Zealand Limited as reported by the Commerce Committee

2010/11 financial review of Mighty River Power Limited as reported by the Commerce Committee

2010/11 financial review of Solid Energy New Zealand Limited as reported by the Commerce Committee

2010/11 financial review of the Broadcasting Commission as reported by the Commerce Committee

Report from the Controller and Auditor-General on New Zealand Blood Service: Managing the safety and supply of blood products as reported by the Health Committee

2010/11 financial review of the New Zealand Blood Service as reported by the Health Committee

The Bail Amendment Bill was introduced.
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