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Final No 152

Order Paper
Thursday, 5 September 2013
Sitting hours 2 pm to 6 pm

Order of Business
Petitions Papers Select committee reports Introduction of bills Questions for oral answer Government orders of the day

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Business before the House


Government orders of the day
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Housing Accords and Special Housing Areas Bill Hon Dr Nick Smith Hon Maurice Williamson
Debate interrupted 11 July 2013

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Third reading Interrupted debate on third reading 3272

Plumbers, Gasfitters, and Drainlayers Amendment Bill

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

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Family Court Proceedings Reform Bill Hon Judith Collins Committee stage continued

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Airports (Cost Recovery for Processing of International Travellers) 1992 Bill Hon Nathan Guy Committee stage continued 892 Committee stage 892A Committee stage 1041 12 x 10m speeches First reading 1501 First reading 1331 12 x 10 m speeches 12 x 10 m speeches Statutes Amendment Bill Hon Chester Borrows Unit Titles Amendment Bill Hon Chester Borrows Credit Contracts and Financial Services Law Reform Bill Hon Craig Foss Introduced 18 April 2013

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Vulnerable Children Bill Hon Paula Bennett Introduced 2 September 2013

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Copyright (Parallel Importing of Films) Amendment Bill Hon Craig Foss Second reading Report of the Commerce Committee presented 21 August 2013

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

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Local Government (Auckland Council) Amendment Bill (No 2) Hon Chris Tremain Second reading Report of the Local Government and Environment Committee presented 23 August 2013

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13 Victims of Crime Reform Bill Hon Judith Collins Second reading Report of the Justice and Elctoral Committee presented 27 June 2013 14 Mori Television Service (Te Aratuku Whakaata Irirangi Mori) Amendment Bill Hon Dr Pita Sharples Second reading Report of the Mori Affairs Committee presented 30 August 2013 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Financial Reporting Bill Hon Craig Foss Hon Craig Foss Building Amendment Bill (No 4) Hon Maurice Williamson Families Commission Amendment Bill Hon Paula Bennett Hon Anne Tolley Hon Bill English Medicines Amendment Bill Hon Todd McClay Te Urewera-Thoe Bill Hon Christopher Finlayson Introduced 7 August 2013 23 First reading 3432 12 x 10 m speeches Committee stage 1461 12 x 10 m speeches Committee stage 3392 192 3452 Committee stage Committee stage Administration of Community Sentences and Orders Bill Reserve Bank of New Zealand (Covered Bonds) Amendment Bill Committee stage 262 Committee stage 3442 3222 Committee stage Companies and Limited Partnerships Amendment Bill 422 442 12 x 10 m speeches 3192 12 x 10 m speeches

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

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Objectionable Publications and Indecency Legislation Bill Hon Judith Collins Introduced 27 May 2013 First reading

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Electoral Amendment Bill Hon Judith Collins Introduced 27 August 2013 First reading

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Public Safety (Public Protection Orders) Bill Hon Judith Collins Introduced 18 September 2012 First reading

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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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Fisheries (Foreign Charter Vessels and Other Matters) Amendment 752 Bill Hon Nathan Guy Second reading Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 25 July 2013 12 x 10 m speeches

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Commerce (Cartels and Other Matters) Amendment Bill Hon Craig Foss Second reading Report of the Commerce Committee presented 13 May 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

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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

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

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Non-bank Deposit Takers Bill Hon Bill English 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 Committee stage Committee stage Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa Bill Committee stage

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Insolvency Practitioners Bill Hon Craig Foss Second reading Report of the Commerce Committee presented 9 May 2011

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42 Taxation (Income-sharing Tax Credit) Bill Hon Todd McClay Second reading Report of the Finance and Expenditure Committee presented 21 March 2011 43 Social Security Amendment Bill (No 3) Hon Paula Bennett Second reading Report of the Social Services Committee presented 12 May 2011 44 Reserves and Other Lands Disposal Bill Hon Maurice Williamson Second reading Report of the Primary Production Committee presented 21 September 2009 45 Spending Cap (Peoples Veto) Bill Hon John Banks Second reading Report of the Finance and Expenditure Committee presented 16 February 2012 46 Radio New Zealand Amendment Bill Hon Craig Foss Second reading Report of the Commerce Committee presented 16 December 2009 47 Commerce (Cartels and Other Matters) Amendment Bill Hon Craig Foss Consideration of report Interim report of the Commerce Committee presented 28 September 2012 48 Regulatory Standards Bill Hon John Banks Consideration of report Interim report of the Commerce Committee presented 30 September 2011 49 50 Gambling Amendment Bill (No 2) Hon Chris Tremain Committee stage 1031 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 51 Public Health Bill Hon Tony Ryall Second reading Report of the Health Committee presented 26 June 2008 52 Ng Rohe Moana o Ng Hap o Ngti Porou Bill Hon Christopher Finlayson Introduced 29 September 2008 53 Government notice of motion No 1 First reading 3031 12 x 10 m speeches 1772 12 x 10 m speeches 1312 2771 10 m speeches 3411 10 m speeches 301 12 x 10 m speeches 3151 12 x 10 m speeches 2372 12 x 10 m speeches 2321 12 x 10 m speeches 1851 12 x 10 m speeches

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Private and local orders of the day


Name of bill Member in charge Stage of consideration Bill no Times for debate

New Zealand Mission Trust Board (Otamataha) Empowering Bill Te Ururoa Flavell Introduced 22 August 2013 First reading

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Members orders of the day


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Conservation (Natural Heritage Protection) Bill Jacqui Dean Committee stage Summary Offences (Possession of Hand-held Lasers) Amendment Bill Dr Cam Calder Debate interrupted 4 September 2013 First reading continued

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

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Social Security (Clothing Allowances for Orphans and Unsupported 951 Children) Amendment Bill Tracey Martin Introduced 6 December 2012 First reading 621 First reading 1221

Care of Children Law Reform Bill Jacinda Ardern Introduced 30 August 2012

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

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

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

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

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10 Electronic Data Safety Bill Clare Curran Introduced 15 November 2012
Name of report Select committee

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First reading

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 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 Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Health sector: Results of the 2011/12 audits Health Report presented 22 August 2013 Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Education for Maori: Implementing Ka Hikitia - Managing for Success Education and Science Report presented 22 August 2013 Briefing on Molesworth Station Primary Production
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23-47 Members notices of motion Nos 1 to 25

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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Postponed until 16 September 2013 - SO 72(1)(b)

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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

Thursday, 5 September 2013

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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Louisa Wall to move, That this House congratulate Manurewa High School student, Rosemary Pokoata, for winning one silver medal and two bronze medals at the New Zealand National Secondary School Karate Championships 2013, held at Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua on 21 July 2013.
Lodged 27 August 2013

Louisa Wall to move, That this House congratulate Manurewa High School student, Rosemary Pokoata, for winning two gold medals and one silver medal at the recent Auckland Secondary Schools Karate Championships 2013, held at Carmel College on 13 July 2013.
Lodged 27 August 2013

Louisa Wall to move, That this House congratulate Manurewa High School Year 12 students Garion Gleeson, Daniel Blakeborough and Aimee Scott, for winning the Otago University Information Technology Challenge for their design of an eDemocracy mobile app named citEvote, which enables Aucklanders to receive automatic notifications as they go past areas and sites which have council or development plans in for permits, held at the University of Otago House in Auckland on 3 July 2013.
Lodged 27 August 2013

Louisa Wall to move, That this House congratulate Manurewa High School Chronicles of Mesa Band members, Michaela Clark, Michael Telford and Garling Wu, for winning the Peoples Choice Award at the Manukau final of the 2013 Smokefreerockquest competition, held at the Manukau Dream Centre on 13 July 2013.
Lodged 27 August 2013

Louisa Wall to move, That this House congratulate Manurewa High School Chronicles of Mesa band member, Michaela Clark, for winning the Smokefree Award for Womens Musicianship at the Manukau final of the 2013 Smokefreerockquest competition, held at the Manukau Dream Centre on 13 July 2013.
Lodged 27 August 2013

Louisa Wall to move, That this House congratulate Manurewa High School students, Marina and Ariana Potoru, who have been selected for the New Zealand under-17 womens Barbarian touch team to compete in Fiji from 18-23 September 2013.
Lodged 27 August 2013

Nicky Wagner to move, That this House congratulate Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology students Hannah Grieve, Daniel Hoare and Gina Johns for winning the prestigious supreme gold medal award at the student culinary Nestle Toque dOr catering competition.
Lodged 27 August 2013

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Thursday, 5 September 2013 Nicky Wagner to move, This House congratulate. the St Andrews College Pipe Band for winning the juvenile category of the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow, Scotland, the first time a New Zealand school has won the international competition.
Lodged 27 August 2013

Tim Macindoe to move, That this House congratulate Sue Curran and her director Christine Foster of the Hamilton Cosmopolitan Bowling Club for securing a silver medal in the B4 ladies singles and a bronze medal in the B4 mixed pairs, along with fellow Kiwi Blind Jacks members, at the World Blind and Vision Impaired Bowling Championships in England recently.
Lodged 27 August 2013

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Tim Macindoe to move, That this House congratulate Gemma Brown, Charli Christensen-Rose, Chloe Gibbons, Jack Turner, Daejarna Davis, Calou Robson, Daniel Green and Kelsie Morgan of Aberdeen School, along with their Hamilton City Council Active and Safe Transport facilitator Vera MacDonald, for securing second place in the Safe Kids Creative Quest national competition with the rap song they wrote and performed to emphasise the importance of wearing helmets and other safety gear when cycling on roads.
Lodged 27 August 2013

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Sua William Sio to move, That this House congratulate the New Zealand Catholic Bishops Committee for Interfaith Relations for being one of the winners at the 2013 New Zealand Diversity Awards, and note that the Committee works with other Catholics to promote interfaith relations with believers of other world religions in New Zealand, and that the award is given to organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to community development and that promote cultural diversity.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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H V Ross Robertson to move, That this House congratulate central Naenae business BJC Elements, a family owned and operated manufacturer of elements for heaters, stoves, dryers and refrigerators, whose markets include the US, Italy, Thailand and Mexico, and whose output averages 5,000 units a day with a turnover of around $6.8 Million.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Raymond Huo to move, That this House congratulate Lisa Li, managing director of China Travel Services New Zealand Ltd on being awarded for outstanding contribution to promoting tourism exchange between China and New Zealand by the China National Tourism Administration.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Dr Cam Calder to move, That this House congratulate Rebecca Hicks, Blair Collett, Rissie Wilkie, Alley Bunce, Monique Fitzpatrick, Briar Stevens, Natasha Birch, Bernadette Robertson, Alicia Prince, and Chelsea Petera of Manurewa Rugby Gold netball team on becoming Division Two champions of the Regional Netball League.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Andrew Williams to move, That this House congratulate Westlake Boys High School first XV, winners of the 2013 North Harbour secondary schools 1A competition in the final at North Harbour Stadium 24 August 2013, with a proud history of being champions 13 times, in 1988, 1989, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Dr Cam Calder to move, That this House congratulates Manurewa based business Eco Stock on being selected as one of five finalists in the University of Auckland Business School Entrepreneurs Challenge
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Maggie Barry to move, That this House congratulate James Rankin of Westlake Boys High School for winning the Russell McVeagh Cup for Best Speaker at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Debating Championships held in Wellington at Parliament on August 12 2013and that the cup is awarded for the highest average speaker score over seven rounds facing national teams and, therefore, to the best speaker in New Zealand for debating at secondary school level.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Carol Beaumont to move, That this House congratulate Graeme Beattie, Jeanette Drysdale, Ed Soja, Sherwyn Williams, and members of the P3910 Committee (who reviewed the standard Conditions of contract for building and civil engineers construction), recipients of the Standards NZ 2013 Meritorious Service Awards; and that this House also congratulate Dr Richard Fenwick for his outstanding contribution to standards and standardisation.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Tim Macindoe to move, That this House congratulate 16-year-old Marcia Jerram of Waikato Diocesan School for Girls who was recently named as one of 22 promising young netballers in the tournament team at the national under-17 championships, representing the Hamilton City team, and who also gained selection last month for the New Zealand secondary schools cross country team for the Australian national championships.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Tim Macindoe to move, That this House congratulate Reid Wilson of Crawshaw Primary School who received the Foundation for Youth Development Hamiltons Positive Young Star award for August 2013 in recognition of his modelling the values of respect, integrity and resilience, noting that he is praised by his teacher for his humility, leadership and all-round ability.
Lodged 3 September 2013

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Melissa Lee to move, That this House congratulate Korean-born Kiwi artist Jae Hoon Lee who has won the top award in this years Wallace Art Awards, and note that the Wallace Arts Trust received 475 entries from which 92 finalists were selected, and that Jae Hoon receives a six-month residency at an arts programme in New York
Lodged 4 September 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate Jarred Gilbert, Christchurch author, for winning the Peoples Choice award at the New Zealand Post Book Awards 2013 for Patched: The History of Gangs in New Zealand.
Lodged 4 September 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate Guy Frederick, Christchurch photographer, who was joint winner of the Mental Health Promotion category of the Australasian Mental Health Service Awards for the Space Between Words photojournalism exhibition, which shares individuals experiences of mental distress and recovery following the Canterbury earthquakes in September 2010 and February 2011.
Lodged 4 September 2013

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Hon Ruth Dyson to move, That this House congratulate Geoff Spearpoint, Christchurch author, for winning the Nielsen Booksellers Choice award at the New Zealand Post Book Awards 2013 for Shelter from the Storm: The story of New Zealands backcountry huts, which he co-wrote with Wellingtons Shaun Barnett and Rob Brown.
Lodged 4 September 2013

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Thursday, 5 September 2013 Carol Beaumont to move, That this House congratulate the Onehunga War Memorial Pool for being the recipients of the Community Leisure Management (CLM) 2013 Facility Awards for: Most Improved Facility 2013, Fitness Centre for the Year 2013, Programme of the Year 24hour Rev-athon for Ronald McDonald House, and Onehunga Staff Member of the Year Toni Clough, Fitness Club Coordinator.
Lodged 4 September 2013