Final No 147

Order Paper
Wednesday, 21 August 2013
Sitting hours 2 pm to 6 pm and 7.30 pm to 10 pm

Order of Business
Petitions Papers Select committee reports Introduction of bills Questions for oral answer General debate Government orders of the day
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Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Business before the House
Government orders of the day
Name of bill Minister in charge Stage of consideration Bill no Times for debate

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Government Communications Security Bureau Amendment Bill Rt Hon John Key Third reading Formerly part of the Government Communications Security Bureau and Related Legislation Bill Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security Amendment Bill Rt Hon John Key Third reading Formerly part of the Government Communications Security Bureau and Related Legislation Bill Intelligence and Security Committee Amendment Bill Rt Hon John Key Third reading Formerly part of the Government Communications Security Bureau and Related Legislation Bill

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109–3C

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Inquiries Bill Hon Chris Tremain Resource Management Reform Bill Hon Amy Adams Committee stage continued* Committee stage

283–2 93–2

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Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Amendment Bill Hon Bill English Hon Maurice Williamson
Debate interrupted 11 July 2013

80–2 101–2 8 x 10 m speeches remaining

Committee stage Interrupted debate on third reading 117–2

Plumbers, Gasfitters, and Drainlayers Amendment Bill

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Housing Accords and Special Housing Areas Bill Hon Dr Nick Smith Second reading† Report of the Social Services Committee presented 31 July 2013

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Patents Bill Hon Craig Foss Bail Amendment Bill Hon Judith Collins Financial Markets Conduct Bill Hon Craig Foss Committee stage Commerce (Cartels and Other Matters) Amendment Bill Hon Craig Foss Second reading Report of the Commerce Committee presented 13 May 2013 Committee stage Committee stage*

235–2 17–2 342–2 341–2 12 x 10 m speeches

Wednesday, 21 August 2013
13 Airports (Cost Recovery for Processing of International Travellers) 199–2 Bill Hon Nathan Guy 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Statutes Amendment Bill Hon Chester Borrows Unit Titles Amendment Bill Hon Chester Borrows Financial Reporting Bill Hon Craig Foss Hon Craig Foss Building Amendment Bill (No 4) Hon Maurice Williamson Families Commission Amendment Bill Hon Paula Bennett Family Court Proceedings Reform Bill Hon Judith Collins Hon Anne Tolley Hon Bill English Medicines Amendment Bill Hon Todd McClay Hon Bill English Committee stage 54–2 143–1 12 x 10 m speeches Committee stage Public Finance (Fiscal Responsibility) Amendment Bill Land Transport and Road User Charges Legislation Amendment Bill Hon Gerry Brownlee Introduced 5 August 2013 26 Animal Welfare Amendment Bill Hon Nathan Guy Introduced 8 May 2013 27 Hon Judith Collins Introduced 27 May 2013 28 Hon Judith Collins Introduced 27 May 2013 29 Hon Maurice Williamson Introduced 1 July 2013 First reading 126–1 12 x 10 m speeches First reading 107–1 12 x 10 m speeches Committee stage 339–2 19–2 345–2 Committee stage Committee stage Administration of Community Sentences and Orders Bill Reserve Bank of New Zealand (Covered Bonds) Amendment Bill Committee stage 90–2 Committee stage 26–2 Committee stage 344–2 322–2 Committee stage Companies and Limited Partnerships Amendment Bill Committee stage 42–2 Committee stage 89–2A Committee stage continued 89–2

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Victims’ Orders Against Violent Offenders Bill First reading

Objectionable Publications and Indecency Legislation Bill First reading

124–1

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Border Processing (Trade Single Window and Duties) Bill First reading

132–1

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30 Te Urewera-Tūhoe Bill Hon Christopher Finlayson Introduced 7 August 2013 31

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146–1 First reading 329–2 12 x 10 m speeches 12 x 10 m speeches

Members of Parliament (Remuneration and Services) Bill Rt Hon John Key Second reading Report of the Government Administration Committee presented 20 June 2013

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Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Bill Hon Christopher Finlayson Second reading Report of the Local Government and Environment Committee presented 20 June 2013

327–2

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Fisheries (Foreign Charter Vessels and Other Matters) Amendment 75–2 Bill Hon Nathan Guy Second reading Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 25 July 2013

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Subantarctic Islands Marine Reserves Bill Hon Dr Nick Smith Second reading Report of the Local Government and Environment Committee presented 4 June 2013

310–2

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Mokomoko (Restoration of Character, Mana, and Reputation) Bill Hon Dr Pita Sharples Second reading Report of the Māori Affairs Committee presented 28 June 2013

343–2

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Marine Legislation Bill Hon Gerry Brownlee Hon Tony Ryall Human Rights Amendment Bill Hon Judith Collins
Debate interrupted 11 December 2012

58–2 Committee stage 324–2 346–1 Interrupted debate on first reading 282–1 9 x 10 m speeches remaining Committee stage

Natural Health and Supplementary Products Bill

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Housing Corporation Amendment Bill Hon Dr Nick Smith Second reading Report of the Social Services Committee presented 12 May 2011

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Trade (Safeguard Measures) Bill Hon John Banks Victims of Crime Reform Bill Hon Judith Collins Second reading Report of the Justice and Electoral Committee presented 27 June 2012 Committee stage continued

294–2 319–2 12 x 10 m speeches

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Defence Amendment Bill Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman Second reading Report of the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee presented 3 July 2012

348–2

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Parole Amendment Bill Hon Judith Collins Introduced 26 September 2012 First reading

73–1

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Wednesday, 21 August 2013
44 Public Safety (Public Protection Orders) Bill Hon Judith Collins Introduced 18 September 2012 45 46 Non-bank Deposit Takers Bill Hon Bill English Hon Craig Foss Introduced 18 April 2013 47 48 49 Hon Christopher Finlayson Consumer Law Reform Bill Hon Craig Foss Game Animal Council Bill Hon Dr Nick Smith Second reading Report of the Local Government and Environment Committee presented 13 December 2012 50 Social Security (Fraud Measures and Debt Recovery) Amendment Bill Hon Chester Borrows Introduced 20 February 2013 51 Insolvency Practitioners Bill Hon Craig Foss Second reading Report of the Commerce Committee presented 9 May 2011 52 Taxation (Income-sharing Tax Credit) Bill Hon Todd McClay Second reading Report of the Finance and Expenditure Committee presented 21 March 2011 53 Social Security Amendment Bill (No 3) Hon Paula Bennett Second reading Report of the Social Services Committee presented 12 May 2011 54 Reserves and Other Lands Disposal Bill Hon Maurice Williamson Second reading Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 21 September 2009 55 Spending Cap (People’s Veto) Bill Hon John Banks Second reading Report of the Finance and Expenditure Committee presented 16 February 2012 56 Radio New Zealand Amendment Bill Hon Craig Foss Second reading Report of the Commerce Committee presented 16 December 2009 57 Commerce (Cartels and Other Matters) Amendment Bill Hon Craig Foss Consideration of report Interim report of the Commerce Committee presented 28 September 2012 341–1 10 m speeches 30–1 12 x 10 m speeches 315–1 12 x 10 m speeches 237–2 12 x 10 m speeches 232–1 12 x 10 m speeches 185–1 12 x 10 m speeches First reading 141–2 12 x 10 m speeches 98–1 12 x 10 m speeches Committee stage 347–2 12 x 10 m speeches Committee stage 104–1 12 x 10m speeches First reading 167–2 287–2 Credit Contracts and Financial Services Law Reform Bill First reading 312–2 68–1 12 x 10 m speeches

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Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa Bill Committee stage

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58 Regulatory Standards Bill

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Hon John Banks Consideration of report Interim report of the Commerce Committee presented 30 September 2011 59 60 Gambling Amendment Bill (No 2) Hon Chris Tremain Committee stage 103–1 12 x 10 m speeches Therapeutic Products and Medicines Bill Hon Tony Ryall Second reading Report of the Government Administration Committee presented 15 June 2007 61 Public Health Bill Hon Tony Ryall Second reading† Report of the Health Committee presented 26 June 2008 62 Ngā Rohe Moana o Ngā Hapū o Ngāti Porou Bill Hon Christopher Finlayson Introduced 29 September 2008 63 Government notice of motion No 1 First reading 303–1 12 x 10 m speeches 177–2 12 x 10 m speeches 131–2

Student Loan Scheme Amendment Bill (No 3) Hon Todd McClay Itroduced 19 August 2013 First reading

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Members’ orders of the day
Name of bill Member in charge Stage of consideration Bill no Times for debate

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Gambling (Gambling Harm Reduction) Amendment Bill Te Ururoa Flavell Third reading Conservation (Natural Heritage Protection) Bill Jacqui Dean Second reading Report of the Local Government and Environment Committee presented 5 August 2013

209–2 72–2

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Electricity (Renewable Preference) Amendment Bill Moana Mackey
Debate interrupted 10 July 2013

71–1

Interrupted debate on first reading 88–1

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Summary Offences (Possession of Hand-held Lasers) Amendment Bill Dr Cam Calder Introduced 15 November 2012 First reading

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Sentencing (Protection of Children from Criminal Offending) Amendment Bill Le’aufa’amulia Asenati Lole-Taylor Introduced 6 December 2012 First reading

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6 Social Security (Clothing Allowances for Orphans and Unsupported 95–1 Children) Amendment Bill Tracey Martin Introduced 6 December 2012 7 Care of Children Law Reform Bill Jacinda Ardern Introduced 30 August 2012 8 First reading 122–1 First reading 62–1 2 x 10 m speeches 8 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply 2 x 10 m speeches 8 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply 2 x 10 m speeches 8 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply 2 x 10 m speeches 8 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply 2 x 10 m speeches 8 x 5 m speeches 2 m in reply 2 x 10 m speeches 8 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply 2 x 10 m speeches 8 x 5 m speeches 5 m in reply

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Privacy (Giving Privacy Commissioner Necessary Tools) Amendment Bill Sue Moroney Introduced 16 May 2013 First reading

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Reserve Bank of New Zealand (Amending Primary Function of Bank) Amendment Bill (No 2) Rt Hon Winston Peters Introduced 16 May 2013 First reading

119–1

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Employment Relations (Continuity of Labour) Amendment Bill Jami-Lee Ross Introduced 13 June 2013 First reading

129–1

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Education (Breakfast and Lunch Programmes in Schools) Amendment Bill Hone Harawira Introduced 8 November 2012 First reading

85–1

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Electronic Data Safety Bill Clare Curran Introduced 15 November 2012 First reading

87–1

Name of report Select committee

Date presented

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Inquiry into the 2011 general election I.7A Justice and Electoral Report presented 30 April 2013 Government response presented 24 July 2013 International treaty examination of the Protocol to the 2007 World Wine Trade Group agreement on requirements for wine labelling: Concerning alcohol tolerance, vintage, variety, and wine regions, Brussels, 22 March 2013 Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Report presented 13 June 2013 Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Auckland Council: Transition and emerging challenges, December 2012 Local Government and Environment Report presented 14 June 2013 Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Department of Conservation: Prioritising and partnering to manage biodiversity, December 2012 Local Government and Environment Report presented 14 June 2013 Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s Monetary Policy Statement, June 2013 I.3K Finance and Expenditure Report presented 1 July 2013

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Briefing on Damien and George Nepata and their entitlement to compensation Maori Affairs Report presented 12 July 2013 Government response due 4 October 2013 Briefing on District Health Board initiatives designed to meet the health target of shorter stays in emergency departments Health Report presented 2 August 2013 Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Roles, responsibilities, and funding of public entities after the Canterbury earthquakes Finance and Expenditure Report presented 8 August 2013 International treaty examination of the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, Amended by the 2010 Protocol Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Report presented 9 August 2013 Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Matters arising from the 2012-22 local authority long-term plans Local Government and Environment Report presented 9 August 2013 Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Local government: Results of the 2011/12 audits Local Government and Environment Report presented 9 August 2013 Investigation into the Road User Charges (Transitional Exemption for Certain Farmers’ Vehicles) Regulations 2013 (SR 2013/10) Regulations Review Report presented 12 August 2013 Complaint regarding the New Zealand Teachers Council (Conduct) Rules 2004 (SR 2004/143) Regulations Review Report presented 12 August 2013 Government response due 5 November 2013

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26-45 Members’ notices of motion Nos 1 to 20

Resource Management (Restricted Duration of Certain Discharge and Coastal Permits) Amendment Bill Catherine Delahunty Second reading Report of the Local Government and Environment Committee presented 9 August 2013

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Committee stage indicated for current sitting week Committee stage indicated for following sitting week Bill contains majority amendments Available for consideration during extended sitting hours

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Notices of motion
Government
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Hon Bill English to move, That Mighty River Power Limited be a public organisation for the purposes of the Standing Orders.
Lodged 6 August 2013

Members’
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Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Long Bay College pupils who competed at the Auckland Regional Culinary Fare: Kiwon Lee and Jinwook Shin, awarded silver for pasta dishes; Eun Yeong Lee, awarded silver for cupcakes; Alex Jong Hun Lee and Chang Gyun Kim, awarded silver in the City and Guilds team event; Callum McCosh, awarded bronze in the pasta competition and bronze in the barista section; Nina Canavan, awarded bronze in the barista section; and Zac Briggs, awarded bronze in the smoothie competition.
Lodged 8 August 2013

2

Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Rangitoto College Student Hun Choi, who has received a full scholarship to the prestigious Princeton University in the United States to study computer science.
Lodged 8 August 2013

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Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate the Rangitoto College premier girls water polo team, the National Champions, who came first in the Auckland secondary schools premier competition, and in the North Island secondary schools championship earlier in the year, with Rebecca Parkes named Most Valuable Player and Ema Carvic receiving the Most Outstanding Player award.
Lodged 8 August 2013

4

Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Kristin Junior School pupils Ayla Hall and Lena Jacobs, who were awarded the Sir Peter Blake Leadership awards; Ayla is a peer mediator and class captain and was this year’s award recipient and Lena was the runner up.
Lodged 8 August 2013

5

Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate the North Shore paintball team, Shattered, who were placed first in the plate division event at the New Zealand Paintballing League in Wellington.
Lodged 8 August 2013

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Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Rangitoto College students and Ludo band members, Cody Wilcox, Joshua Strand, Pierre Beasley, Wil Goodinson and Luke Latimore who came first in the North Shore finals of the Smokefree Rockquest at the Bruce Mason Centre, North Shore.
Lodged 8 August 2013

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Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Bryony James who has won a prestigious teaching award, the 2013 National Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award for Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching worth $20,000.
Lodged 8 August 2013

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Wednesday, 21 August 2013 Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Mike West of Whenuapai Airbase, part of the Tool Blacks team from New Zealand, who has won a silver medal at the Worldskills International Competition at the World Trade Skills Olympics.
Lodged 8 August 2013

9

Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Bayswater Primary student, Evan Williams and Takapuna Normal Intermediate School student, Sam Nicholson who were awarded with the Sir Peter Blake Young Leader awards.
Lodged 8 August 2013

10

Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Vong Hean from Mairangi Bay Bakery who was the only baker at the Bakels Supreme Pie Awards to win two gold awards in the gourmet fruit section and seafood section, Buntha Meng from Euro Patisserie in Torbay won gold in the gourmet meat section, and Tycone Campbell from Funky Chicken Café in Albany won bronze in the café boutique section.
Lodged 8 August 2013

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H V Ross Robertson to move, That this House congratulate Martinborough based Ata Rangi Winery, whose small family operation, producing an average of 17,000 casks of wine a year with about 63 percent of its revenues generated by exports to 26 markets last year, has won the 2013 Dominion Post Wellington Gold Awards Supreme Prize.
Lodged 8 August 2013

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Raymond Huo to move, That this House congratulate English Language Partners, an organisation with over 320 volunteer home tutors and 50 job mentors, for being named the Supreme Winner of the 2013 Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards for Wellington, recognising the resettlement support and English language teaching they provide to migrants and refugees to prepare them for education, employment and life in New Zealand.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate The Twisted Hop Brewery of Christchurch for winning the festive brew trophy for its tipple Hop for Cheery in the Beervana Festival 2013.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate Cassels and Sons Brewery and Bar of Christchurch for winning the European lager styles trophy for its German-inspired dark lager called Dunkel in the Beervana Festival 2013.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate Ferrymead Brewery of Christchurch for winning two silver and two bronze awards in the Beervana Festival 2013.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate Three Boys Brewery of Christchurch for winning the flavoured and aged styles category for its coconut milk stout and the gold award for the fifth year in a row for its renowned oyster stout in the Beervana Festival 2013.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate Glenn Martin, founder of the Martin Aircraft Company of Christchurch, for gaining the Civil Aviation Authority Experimental Flight Permit for manned flights of the latest prototype Jetpack, the P12.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Dr Cam Calder to move, That this House congratulate Michaela Clark for winning best female musician award in the Manukau region at the recent Smokefree Rockquest Manukau finals.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Dr Cam Calder to move, That this House congratulate Chronicles of Mesa band members Michaela Clark, Michael Telford and Garling Wu of Manurewa High School for winning the People’s Choice Award at the recent Smokefree Rockquest Manukau finals.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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Dr Cam Calder to move, That this House congratulate Garion Gleeson, Daniel Blakeborough and Aimee Scott of Manurewa High School for winning the Otago University Information Technology Challenge with their dynamic eDemocracy app citEvote.
Lodged 20 August 2013

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