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Source: New Zealand Parliament – Hansard


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

CLERK: Petition of Responsible Campers Association Incorporated, requesting that the House provide better access to camping facilities including toilets and kitchens, and invest in technology to prevent overcrowding in camp sites.

SPEAKER: That petition stands referred to the Petitions Committee. Ministers have delivered papers.


  • 2021/22 Annual reports of
    • Drug Free Sport New Zealand
    • Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori—Māori Language Commission
  • Government responses to the
    • Report of the Petitions Committee on the Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand: Restore and extend screening for breast cancer
    • Report of the Regulations Review Committee on its Briefing on best practice for publication of secondary legislation
  • 2023 Long-term Insights Briefings
    • Preparing all young people for satisfying and rewarding working lives
    • Let’s talk about our national security.

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


  • Reports of the Economic Development, Science and Innovation Committee on the
    • 2021/22 annual review of the Health Research Council of New Zealand
    • Crown Minerals Amendment Bill
  • report of the Governance and Administration Committee on the
    • Local Government Official Information and Meetings Amendment Bill
  • reports of the Justice Committee on the
    • Declaration of inconsistency: Voting age in the Electoral Act 1993 and the Local Electoral Act 2001
    • Legal Services Amendment Bill
    • petition of Make It 16: Lower the voting age to 16
  • report of the Primary Production Committee on the
    • petition of Cobie Curtis: Ban the use of whips in horse racing
  • reports of the Social Services and Community Committee on the
    • Child Support (Pass On) Acts Amendment Bill
    • Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Long-term Insights Briefing 2022
    • petition of Save the Children New Zealand: Retain the role of a named Children’s Commissioner.

SPEAKER: The bills are set down for second reading. The briefing, and the report on the declaration of inconsistency are set down for consideration. No bills have been introduced.