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Vote Estimates Reports Flood In

Vote Estimates Reports Flood In


When Parliament resumed at 2pm MPs passed a motion on a voice vote expressing sadness at the death of author Margaret Mahy.

Following this an avalanche of reports on Vote Estimates for 2012/2013 were presented.

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Education and Vote Education Review Office as reported by the Education and Science Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Revenue as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Canterbury Earthquake Recovery as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Tertiary Education as reported by the Education and Science Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Science and Innovation as reported by the Education and Science Committee

Reserve Bank of New Zealand's Monetary Policy Statement, June 2012 as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Treaty Negotiations as reported by the Māori Affairs Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Votes Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Official Development Assistance as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Veterans' Affairs - Defence Force, and Vote Veterans' Affairs - Social Development
as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Defence and Vote Defence Force
as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Customs
as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Māori Affairs as reported by the Māori Affairs Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Finance, Fiscal Strategy Report 2012, and Budget Economic and Fiscal Update 2012
as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Audit as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Transport as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Labour as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Immigration as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee
Petition 2011/8 of Peter McKenzie on behalf of the Barnabas Fund (NZ) as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Courts as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Parliamentary Counsel as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Attorney-General as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Justice as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Economic Development as reported by the Commerce Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Tourism as reported by the Commerce Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Communications as reported by the Commerce Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Consumer Affairs as reported by the Commerce Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Serious Fraud as reported by the Law and Order Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Health as reported by the Health Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Food Safety as reported by the Primary Production Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Primary Industries as reported by the Primary Production Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Lands as reported by the Primary Production Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Conservation as reported by the Local Government and Environment Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Women's Affairs as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Statistics as reported by the Government Administration Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote State Services as reported by the Government Administration Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Sport and Recreation as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Parliamentary Service as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Pacific Island Affairs as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Ombudsmen as reported by the Government Administration Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Office of the Clerk as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs: Minister of Internal Affairs as reported by the Government Administration Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs: Minister for Ethnic Affairs as reported by the Government Administration Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs: Minister of Civil Defence as reported by the Government Administration Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs: Minister for Racing as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs: Attorney-General as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Police as reported by the Law and Order Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Corrections as reported by the Law and Order Committee

International Finance Agreements Amendment Bill as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Senior Citizens as reported by the Social Services Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Housing as reported by the Social Services Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Social Development as reported by the Social Services Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs: Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector as reported by the Social Services Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage as reported by the Government Administration Committee

2012/13 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs: Minister responsible for Ministerial Services as reported by the Government Administration Committee
2012/13 Estimates for Vote Prime Minister and Cabinet as reported by the Government Administration Committee


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