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Source: New Zealand Parliament – Hansard

TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY 2021

The Speaker took the Chair at 2 p.m.

Prayers.

PETITIONS, PAPERS, SELECT COMMITTEE REPORTS, AND INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

SPEAKER: No petitions have been presented. Ministers have delivered papers.

CLERK:

  • Determination of a question of privilege arising from the use of official television coverage of the House.
  • Government response to the report of the Regulations Review Committee on its inquiry into parliamentary scrutiny of confirmable instruments.
  • Government response to the report of the Regulations Review Committee on its review of secondary legislation made in response to COVID-19.
  • Government response to the report of the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee on its inquiry into New Zealand’s aid in the Pacific 2019-20.
  • Government response to the report of the Social Services and Community Committee on matters related to forced adoptions.
  • Government response to the report of the Primary Production Committee on the petition of Clive Barker.

Annual Reports for 2020 of the:

  • Counties Manukau District Health Board
  • South Canterbury District Health Board
  • Waikato District Health Board
  • Independent Police Conduct Authority
  • Accreditation Council
  • Office of the Children’s Commissioner.

Statements of performance expectations for 2021:

  • Office of the Children’s Commissioner
  • Counties Manukau District Health Board
  • South Canterbury District Health Board and
  • Waikato District Health Board.

Statement of strategic intentions 2021-25:

SPEAKER: Those papers are published under the authority of the House. Select committee reports have been delivered for presentation.

CLERK:

  • Report of the Environment Committee on the petition of Kerry Worsnop.
  • Report of the Office of the Ombudsman on the Official Information Act compliance and practice: Department of Conservation.
  • Report of the Office of the Ombudsman on the Official Information Act compliance and practice: Ministry for the Environment.
  • Reports of the Health Committee on the petitions of Joshua Perry, Judy Killalea, Kim Robinson, and Marion Pilmer.
  • Reports of the Māori Affairs Committee on the Local Electoral (Māori Wards and Māori Constituencies) Amendment Bill and on the petition of Toni Boynton.
  • Reports of the Transport and Infrastructure Committee on the petitions of Chris Teo-Sherrell, Steffi August, Tim van de Molen, Tim van de Molen: Safer Community Access for Tamahere and
  • Report of the Attorney-General on the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 on the Land Transport (Random Oral Fluid Testing) Amendment Bill.

SPEAKER: The bill is set down for second reading. The reports of the Office of the Ombudsman and Attorney-General are set down for further consideration. The Clerk has been informed of the introduction of a bill.

CLERK: Taxation (COVID-19 Resurgence Support Payments and Other Matters) Bill introduction.

SPEAKER: That bill is set down for first reading.

MIL OSI