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Broadband, SIS Bill And Other Reports

Broadband, SIS Bill And Other Reports


When Parliament resumed today at 2pm select committee reports were presented on the:


Telecommunications (TSO, Broadband, and Other Matters) Amendment Bill (250-2)
as reported by the Finance and Expenditure Committee

2009/10 financial review of Radio New Zealand Limited
as reported by the Commerce Committee

2009/10 financial review of the New Zealand Tourism Board
as reported by the Commerce Committee

Report from the Controller and Auditor-General on The Civil Aviation Authority's progress with improving certification and surveillance
as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

2009/10 financial review of the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
as reported by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee
Petition 2008/120 of Thuten Kesang and 750 others
as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee

Petition 2008/115 of Ghulam Haider Lone and 924 others
as reported by the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee


Also tabled were:

a report on the Security Intelligence Service Amendment Bill by the Security and Intelligence committee.

A petition calling on Parliament to pass legislation to improve the safety of school bus

The Register of pecuniary and other specified interests register of MPs as of January 2011.

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