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Papers and Reports

When Parliament resumed at 2pm a large number of reports and papers were presented.

These included:

New Zealand Venture Investment Fund Limited, Statement of Intent 2015-2020

New Zealand Venture Investment Fund Limited, Statement of Performance Expectations 2015-2016


National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Limited (NIWA) and Group, Taihoro Nukurangi, Statement of Corporate Intent 2015/2016

Plant & Food Research Limited, The New Zealand Institute for, Rangahau Ahumāra Kai, Statement of Corporate Intent 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 (G.42)

New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited (trading as Scion), Statement of Corporate Intent 2015/2020 (G.43)

Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited, Institute of, Statement of Corporate Intent 2015/2016 (G.38)

Landcare Research - Manaaki Whenua, Statement of Corporate Intent 2015/2020 (G.40SOI (2015))

Callaghan Innovation, Statement of Performance Expectations for the year ending 30 June 2016 G.49SPE (G.49SPE)

Callaghan Innovation, Statement of Intent I July 2015 - 30 June 2019 (G.49)

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, Statement of Performance Expectations 2015/2016 (G.45SPE (2015))

Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand Limited (REANNZ), Statement of Performance Expectations 2015/2016


New Zealand Productivity Commission, Te Kōmihana Whai Hua o Aotearoa, Statement of Performance Expectations 2015/16 (G.30)

Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand for the 11 Months ended 31 May 2015


New Zealand Lotteries Commission, Statement of Performance Expectations for the financial year ending 30 June 2016 G.44 (G.44)

New Zealand Lotteries Commission, Statement of Intent for the financial years ending 30 June 2016-2019 (G.44)

Health Quality & Safety Commission New Zealand, Kupu Taurangi Hauora o Aotearoa, Statement of Performance Expectations 2015-16 (E.36)

Real Estate Agents Authority, Statement of Performance Expectations 2015/16 (G.68)

Select committee reports were presented on the:

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Labour Market by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Transport by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Business, Science and Innovation (excluding Science and Innovation appropriations) by the Commerce Committee

Weathertight Homes Resolution Services Amendment Bill by the Local Government and Environment Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Māori Development by the Māori Affairs Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Treaty Negotiations by the Māori Affairs Committee


2015/16 Estimates for Vote Attorney-General and Vote Parliamentary Counsel Office by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Conservation by the Local Government and Environment Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Courts by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Customs by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Defence and Vote Defence Force by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee


2015/16 Estimates for Vote Environment by the Local Government and Environment Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Vote Official Development Assistance by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Justice by the Justice and Electoral Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Lands by the Primary Production Committee

2015/16 Estimates for Vote Primary Industries and Food Safety by the Primary Production Committee

The Ngāruahine Claims Settlement Bill was introduced.

MPs began Question Time.

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