Parliament

Gordon Campbell | Parliament TV | Parliament Today | Video | Questions Of the Day | Search

 

Paper, Reports And Much More

Paper, Reports And Much More

Amongst the papers, reports and other material presented to Parliament since the summer recess were the;

Annual reports of the:

Māori Language Commission;

Medical Council of New Zealand;

Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand;

New Zealand Chiropractic Board;

Fruit Wine and Cider Makers Association of New Zealand Incorporated, Financial Statements for the year ended 30 September 2010;

AsureQuality Limited;

Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board;

Māori Television;

Podiatrists Board;

Whanganui District Health Board;

Nelson-Marlborough Fish and Game Council, Report for the year ended 31 August 2010;

North Canterbury Fish and Game Council, Report for the year ended 31 August 2010;

New Zealand Grape Growers Council Incorporated;

Foundation for Arable Research Incorporated (FAR);

Midwifery Council of New Zealand;
New Zealand Fish and Game Council, Report for the year ended 31 August 2010;

Abortion Supervisory Committee;

Central South Island Fish and Game Council, Report for the year ended 31 August 2010;

New Zealand Game Bird Habitat Trust, Report for the year ended 31 August 2010;

Road Safety Trust;

South Island Shared Service Agency Limited;

Legal Services Agency.

Misc Papers, Regulations and Reports

Securities Act (King Soloman Mines Limited) Exemption Notice 2011;

Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA New Zealand), Ngā Kaiwhakatūpato Whakararu Taiao, Hazardous Substances (Prohibiting Methyl Bromide Use) Notice 2010;

Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA New Zealand), Ngā Kaiwhakatūpato Whakararu Taiao, Cosmetic Products Group Standard (Amendment) Notice 2010;

Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA New Zealand), Ngā Kaiwhakatūpato Whakararu Taiao, Pharmaceutical Active Ingredients Group Standard 2010;

Physiotherapy Board (Fees) Notice 2011;

Fisheries (Marsden Bank Temporary Closure) Notice 2011;

Financial Statements of the Government of New Zealand for the five months ended 30 November 2010;

Government Response to Report of the Health Committee on Report from the Controller and Auditor-General on Effectiveness of arrangements to check the standard of services provided by rest homes;

Land Transport Rule, Rule 81001/4, Operator Licensing Amendment (No 2) 2010;
Government Response to Report of the Māori Affairs Committee on Inquiry into the tobacco industry in Aotearoa and the consequences of tobacco use for Māori;

Advisory Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology (ACART), Guidelines on the Creation and Use, for Reproductive Purposes, of an Embryo created from Donated Eggs in conjunction with Donated Sperm and Updated Guidelines on Donation of Eggs or Sperm;

Government Response to Report of the Health Committee on Petition 2008/23 of Jennifer Maree Hooper;

Ministerial Directive Letter to the Chief Executive of Land Information New Zealand from the Minister of Finance;

Gambling Act 2003: Amendment to the Rules of Casino Table Games - Division 17 Three Card Poker

Gambling Act (Class 4 Gambling Equipment) Minimum Standard 2004, Minimum Technical Requirements for Electronic Monitoring System - QCOM version 1.6.3, Amendment

The Minister of Health's report on progress on Implementing the New Zealand Health Stategy December 2010;

Intelligence and Security, Annual Report of the Inspector-General for the financial year ended 30 June 2010;

Parliamentary Travel, Accommodation, Attendance, and Communications Services Determination (No 3) 2010 (2010/491)

Futures Contracts (J.P. Morgan Securities Australia Limited) Exemption Notice 2010 (2010/490);

Securities Act (Jacks Point Development) Exemption Amendment Notice 2010 (2010/489);

Financial Reporting Act (REDgroup Retail Pty Limited) Exemption Notice 2010 (2010/488);

Parliamentary Salaries and Allowances Determination 2010 (2010/487);

Judicial Salaries and Allowances Determination 2010 (2010/486);

Social Security (Long-term Residential Care) Amendment Regulations (No 5) 2010;

Canterbury Earthquake (Social Security Act) Order (No 2) 2010 (2010/483);

Canterbury Earthquake (Social Security Act) Order (No 3) 2010 (2010/484);

Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003: Notice Replacing Prescribed Scopes of Practice and Related Qualifications by the Medical Radiation Technologists Board;

Privacy Commissioner, Te Mana Matapono Matatapu, Revocation of the Post-Compulsory Education Unique Identifier Code 2001.

Privacy Commissioner, Te Mana Matapono Matatapu, Justice Sector Unique Identifier Code Amendment No 2.

Privacy Commissioner, Te Mana Matapono Matatapu, Credit Reporting Privacy Code Amendment No 3.

Overseas Investment Amendment Regulations 2010 (2010/455)

Ministerial Direction to the Boards of Meridian Energy and Genesis Power under the Electricity Industry Act 2010, from the Minister for State Owned Enterprises and the Minister of Finance, dated 16 December 2010

Law Commission, Te Aka Matua o Te Ture, Report 121, Compensating Crime Victims, December 2010;

Law Commission, Te Aka Matua o Te Ture, Report 120, Mental Impairment Decision-Making and the Insanity Defence;

Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC), Te Kaporeihana Awhina Hunga Whara, Financial Condition Report 2010 as at 30 June 2010;

Statements of Corporate Intent

Timberlands West Coast Limited,

Learning State Limited.

Petitions

A petition Requesting the implementation of a reciprocal agreement between the Government of the Cook Islands and the Government of New Zealand for the enforcement of child support payments.

Select committtee reports

2009/10 financial review of the Ministry of Health as reported by the Health Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the New Zealand Blood Service and of the Pharmaceutical Management Agency as reported by the Health Committee;

Reserve Bank of New Zealand's monetary policy statement, December 2010 as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee;

Food Bill as reported by the Primary Production Committee;

2009/10 financial review of non-departmental appropriations for Vote Education as reported by the Education and Science Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the Parliamentary Service as reported by the Government Administration Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the State Services Commission as reported by the Government Administration Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, of the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa, and of the Office of the Ombudsmen as reported by the Government Administration Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet as reported by the Government Administration Committee;

2009/10 financial review of Non-departmental appropriations for Vote Research, Science and Technology;

Sale and Supply of Liquor and Liquor Enforcement Bill (254-1) as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee;

2009/10 financial review of non-departmental appropriations for Vote Agriculture and Forestry and for Vote Biosecurity as reported by the Primary Production Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the New Zealand Food Safety Authority as reported by the Primary Production Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry as reported by the Primary Production Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the Ministry of Fisheries as reported by the Primary Production Committee;

2009/10 financial review of Land Information New Zealand as reported by the Primary Production Committee;

Legal Services Bill (189-2) as reported by the Justice and Electoral Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the New Zealand Police as reported by the Law and Order Committee;

2009/10 financial review of the Independent Police Conduct Authority as reported by the Law and Order Committee;

2009/10 financial review of non-departmental appropriations for Vote Labour and for Vote Transport as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee
***
ParliamentToday.co.nz is a breaking news source for New Zealand parliamentary business featuring broadcast daily news reports on Parliamentary Business.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Parliament Headlines | Politics Headlines | Regional Headlines

Gordon Campbell: On Why Big Spenders Are Not Our Tourism Salvation


Covid and climate change have been changing the face of tourism. That’s why it seemed oddly premature last week for Tourism Minister Stuart to announce that New Zealand isn’t interested in mass tourism any more, or in attracting the sort of budget visitors who “travel around our country on $10 a day eating two-minute noodles.” Instead, New Zealand aims to focus its marketing efforts on attracting wealthy, big spending tourists. “In terms of targeting our marketing spin,” Nash said, “it is unashamedly going to be at … High-quality tourists.” Really? The comments have raised a few eyebrows overseas, and a few hackles here at home. Nash’s comments have also been something of a gift to an Opposition adept at portraying the Ardern government as a bunch of liberal elitists out of touch with ordinary people...
More>>




 
 

National: Surgical Wait List Hits New Record
A new record has been set for New Zealanders waiting more than four months for surgery, National’s Health spokesperson Dr Shane Reti says... More>>


School Strike 4 Climate: Intergenerational Climate Strike On September 23rd
Once again School Strike for climate Ōtautahi (Christchurch) is asking all students to unite in a call to all council candidates to #voteclimate. Happening on Friday 23rd of September... More>>

Privacy Commissioner: Public Input Sought To Inform Privacy Rules For Biometrics
Privacy Commissioner Michael Webster is encouraging New Zealanders to have their say on the use of biometric information in Aotearoa New Zealand... More>>


Government: Wage Growth Best On Record
Workers’ have experienced their biggest pay hike on record, outstripping inflation. Stats NZ figures show median weekly earnings from wages and salaries jumped by 8.8 percent in the June year... More>>

Human Rights Commission: Urgent Government Action Needed To Support Renters’ Human Rights
An immediate freeze on rent increases could give renters some reprieve during the cost-of-living crisis says Te Kahui Tika Tangata, the Human Rights Commission... More>>


Government: Creating Sustainable Public Transport For All
Workers and public transport users are at the heart of the new Sustainable Public Transport Framework, Transport Minister Michael Wood announced today... More>>


 
 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • PARLIAMENT
  • POLITICS
  • REGIONAL
 
 

InfoPages News Channels