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Source: New Zealand Parliament – Hansard

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

SPEAKER: A petition has been delivered to the Clerk for presentation.

CLERK: Petition of James Hilford, requesting that the House treat workplace bullying as a health and safety issue and create a formal jurisdiction where bullying complaints can be heard, as well as training professional and independent investigators.

SPEAKER: That petition stands referred to the Petitions Committee. A paper has been delivered for presentation.

CLERK: Government Response to the Report of the Māori Affairs Committee Inquiry into Health Inequities for Māori.

SPEAKER: That paper is published under the authority of the House. Select committee reports have been delivered for presentation.

CLERK:

  • Report of the Economic Development, Science and Innovation Committee on the petition of Hugh Ryan
  • report of the Education and Workforce Committee on the petition of James Lochead-Macmillan
  • report of the Finance and Expenditure Committee on the petition of Andrew Body
  • reports of the Health Committee on:
    • the petitions of Erica Kelly, Karla Knowles, and Louisa Gommans
    • the report of the Attorney-General under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 on the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Bill
    • the report of the Ombudsman, An investigation into the Ministry of Health’s collection, use, and reporting of information about the deaths of people with intellectual disabilities
    • the report of the Ombudsman on the inspections of mental health facilities under the Crimes of Torture Act 1989
    • the report of the Ombudsman on an unannounced follow-up inspection of Te Whare o Matairangi Mental Health Inpatient Unit, Wellington Hospital, under the Crimes of Torture Act 1989, and
    • the report of the Ombudsman on an unannounced inspection of the mental health in-patient unit, Waitakere Hospital, under Crime of Torture Act 1989
  • reports of the Justice Committee on:
    • the District Court (Protection of Judgment Debtors with Disabilities) Amendment Bill, and
    • the Protection for First Responders and Prison Officers Bill and petitions of Anna Coervers and the Hon Clare Curran
  • report of the Regulations Review Committee on the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Air Border) Order (No 2) 2021.

SPEAKER: The bills are set down for second readings. The report of the Regulations Review Committee and the reports of the Ombudsman are set down for consideration.

The Clerk has been informed of the introduction of a bill.

CLERK: Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill, introduction.

SPEAKER: That bill is set down for first reading.

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