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Host Of Reports Tabled

Host Of Reports Tabled

Amongst the papers tabled in Parliament today were:

*the Attorney-General’s Report under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 on the Alcohol Reform Bill,
*The Auditor General’s report on the Internal Affairs administration of two schemes.

Also presented were a number of annual reports including those of the:
*Equal Employment Opportunities Trust
*Leadership Development Centre
*New Zealand Government Property Corporation
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The Aquaculture Legislation Amendment Bill (No 3), the Alcohol Reform Bill and Maori Purposes Bill were introduced.

The petition of Eric Roy noting that 971 people had called on Pharmac to approve the sale and use of a drug was presented as were the following select committee reports:
*Search and Surveillance Bill as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee,
*Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill as reported by the Local Government and Environment Committee,
*Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Bill as reported by the Commerce Committee,
*Inquiry into the tobacco industry in Aotearoa and the consequences of tobacco use for as reported by the Māori Affairs Committee,
Holidays Amendment Bill as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee,
*Employment Relations Amendment Bill (No 2) as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee,
*Education Amendment Bill (No 2) as reported by the Education and Science Committee,
*Military Manoeuvres Act Repeal Bill as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee,
*Television New Zealand Amendment Bill as reported by the Commerce Committee

Also presented recently in the Bills Office were the:

*Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand for the three months ended 30 September 2010,
*Securities Act (APN Media (NZ) Limited) Exemption Notice 2010,
*Financial Service Providers (Dispute Resolution— Reserve Scheme Fees) Rules 2010,
*Customs Export Prohibition (Livestock for Slaughter) Order 2010,
*District Courts (Limitation Act 2010) Amendment Rules 2010, Court of Appeal (Civil) Amendment Rules 2010,
*Court of Appeal (List Election Petitions) Amendment Rules 2010,
*High Court Amendment Rules (No 2) 2010,
*Commodity Levies (Eggs) Order,
*New Zealand Public Health and Disability Amendment Act 2010 Commencement Order 2010,
*New Zealand (Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code) Food Standards 2002, Amendment No 33,
*New Zealand Treaty Series, Third Protocol Amending the Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in South-East Asia, and National Interest Analysis ,
*Corporations (Investigation and Management) Order (No 5),
*Immigration (Visa, Entry Permission, and Related Matters) Amendment Regulations,
*Financial Reporting Act (HSBC Global Investment Funds and HSBC Portfolios) Exemption Notice 2010

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