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Business Statement

Business Statement

When Parliament resumed at 2pm, the Acting Leader of the House Simon Power said when Parliament sat next week the Government intended to move the first readings of the Exclusive Economic Zone and Extended Continental Shelf Environment Effects Bill, the Natural Health Products Bill and the Student Loans Scheme Amendment Bill.

The Government also intended moving the second reading of the Alcohol Reform Bill and progress on other bills.
When Parliament resumed at 2pm, the Acting Leader of the House Simon Power said when Parliament sat next week the Government intended to move the first readings of the Exclusive Economic Zone and Extended Continental Shelf Environment Effects Bill, the Natural Health Products Bill and the Student Loans Scheme Amendment Bill.

The Government also intended moving the second reading of the Alcohol Reform Bill and progress on other bills.

Power indicated that he was still working towards getting support to progress the Criminal Procedures Bill.

Select Committee reports were presented on the:
Petition 2008/126 of Gareth Hughes and 2,358 others by the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee


Report of the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment on Evaluating the use of 1080: Predators, poisons and silent forests, by the Local Government and Environment Committee


Briefing on the review of special education services by the Education and Science Committee

MPs began Question Time.

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