Source: New Zealand Parliament – Oral Questions and Answers
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List of oral questions
Oral Questions – 8 April 2021
Originally published: 8 April 2021
Questions to Ministers
GREG O’CONNOR to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy?
Dr SHANE RETI to the Minister of Health: Does he stand by all his statements and actions?
PAUL EAGLE to the Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage: What recent announcements has she made about futureproofing the arts, culture, and heritage sector?
ANDREW BAYLY to the Minister of Finance: Does he stand by his statement in regard to tenants being evicted from their properties as a result of the housing changes, “I don’t think it’s a fair characterisation at all, and in fact those changes have not kicked in yet”?
BROOKE VAN VELDEN to the Minister of Revenue: Will the public be consulted on the proposed changes to interest deductibility; if so, what is the timeline for that consultation?
RACHEL BOYACK to the Minister for the Environment: Is the Government supporting waste minimisation; if so, how?
JAN LOGIE to the Minister for ACC: Does she think it is acceptable that ACC now has a more restrictive policy on birth-related injuries, when 85 percent of New Zealand women experience perineal injuries?
RACHEL BROOKING to the Minister of Tourism: How is the Government supporting councils and regions most impacted by the loss of international tourists to build infrastructure for regional development?
CHRIS BISHOP to the Minister for COVID-19 Response: Did he receive a paper from the Ministry of Health dated 26 January 2021 outlining the initial delivery schedule of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and an 11-week roll-out schedule; if so, why has New Zealand not cumulatively administered 390,413 as stated at week seven?
SIMON COURT to the Minister of Transport: Does he stand by the statement in the Cabinet paper Progressing the City Centre to Māngere Project through a public service delivery approach that the project faces “a funding shortfall, requiring substantial central government support”?
SARAH PALLETT to the Minister for Women: What recent reports has she seen on New Zealand’s gender equality gap?
MATT DOOCEY to the Minister of Health: Can he confirm that since 2017-18 the average wait-time for child and adolescent mental health services has got worse across at least 16 of the 20 district health boards?
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