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Select Committee Meetings This Week

SCHEDULE OF SELECT COMMITTEE MEETINGS


This Schedule is subject to change. Please contact the Clerk of the Committee for confirmation. All meetings are in Parliament unless stated otherwise.
Tuesday, 27 July 1999—G.007

Business 4.30 pm– 5.00 pm

Tuesday, 27 July 1999—G.005

Committee on the Bills

Bill: 3.00 pm– 6.00 pm

Dairy Industry Restructuring 7.00 pm– 10.00 pm

Wednesday, 28 July 1999—G.006

Committee on the Bills
Bills:

Kiwifruit Industry Restructuring 3.00 pm– 4.00 pm

Apple and Pear Industry Restructuring 4.00 pm– 5.00 pm

Finance and Expenditure

Bill:

Taxation (Annual Rates and Remedial Matters) (Open to Public) 11.30 am– 1.00 pm
Wednesday, 28 July 1999—G.010

Health

Bills:

Medicines Amendment 10.00 am– 10.20 am

Health and Disability Services (Safety) 10.20 am– 11.30 am

Wednesday, 28 July 1999—G.003

Regulations Review

Investigation of regulations:

Summary of Regulations (SR 1999/204 to SR 1999/214) 8.30 am– 8.40 am

Summary of instruments deemed to be regulations (Penal Institution Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/139), Penal Operational Standards - OS-1, OS-2, OS-3) 8.40 am– 9.00 am

Complaint:

Accident Insurance (Insurer Returns) Regulations 1999 9.00 am– 9.20 am

Wednesday, 28 July 1999—G.005

Social Services

Bill:

Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Trans-Tasman Transfer of Protection Orders and Proceedings) Amendment 1.05 pm– 1.55 pm

Wednesday, 28 July 1999—G.009

Transport and Environment

Bills:

Transport Accident Investigation Amendment 10.00 am– 11.00 am

Conservation (Protection of Trout as a Non-commercial Species) Amendment 11.00 am– 12 noon

Forests Amendment 12 noon– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.005

Commerce

Bill:

Commerce Amendment 10.00 am– 11.00 am

Commerce Amendment (Open to Public) 11.00 am– 12.45 pm

Petition:

1996/764 Margaret Lina Dart and 9 others 12.45 pm– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.011

Education and Science

Inquiry:

Briefing on the Blueprint for Change (Open to Public) 10.00 am– 11.00 am
Bill:

Education Amendment (No. 3) 11.00 am– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.003

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

Other matter:

Review of the International Treaty Examination Procedures 10.00 am– 11.00 am
Inquiries:

Defence beyond 2000 11.00 am– 12 noon

Into the appointment process for the Director of the Centre for Strategic Studies 12 noon– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.008

Government Administration

Bills:

Courts Security 1.00 pm– 1.10 pm

Courts Security (Open to Public) 1.10 pm– 2.00 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.009

Internal Affairs and Local Government 10.00 am– 1.00 pm

Bills:

South Taranaki District Council (Egmont Electricity Limited Sale Proceeds) 10.05 am– 10.30 am

Napier Borough Endowments Amendment 10.30 am– 10.40 am

Petitions:

1996/850 of Mary Jenkins and others 10.40 am– 11.00 am

1996/418 of Robin Corner and others

Bill:

Museum of Transport and Technology 11.00 am– 11.45 am

Inquiry:

Briefing from the Office of the Controller and Auditor-General 11.45 am– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—Maui Tikitiki A Taranga (G.006)

Maori Affairs

Bill:

Ngati Turangitukua Claims Settlement 10.00 am– 1.00 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.010

Primary Production

Bill:

Fisheries Amendment 9.30 am– 12 noon

Inquiry:

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Merger Cost Benefit Analysis 12 noon– 12.50 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.007

Social Services

Bill:

Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Trans-Tasman Transfer of Protection Orders and Proceedings) Amendment 1.05 pm– 1.55 pm

Thursday, 29 July 1999—G.008

Standing Orders

Review of Standing Orders: 10.30 am– 12 noon


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