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RMA Reform Reported Back

Published: Tue 11 Jun 2013 02:09 PM
When Parliament resumed at 2pm select committee reports were presented on a number of issues, including Resource Management Act reform,
The following reports were presented:
Interim report on Question of privilege concerning the agreements for policing, execution of search warrants, and collection and retention of information by the NZSIS by the Privileges Committee
Question of privilege concerning the defamation action Attorney-General and Gow v Leigh by the Privileges Committee
Unit Titles Amendment Bill by the Government Administration Committee
Statutes Amendment Bill by the Government Administration Committee
Resource Management Reform Bill by the Local Government and Environment Committee
Briefing on the sheep milking industry by the Primary Production Committee
2011/12 financial review of Radio New Zealand Limited by the Commerce Committee.
Labour MP Trevor Mallard withdrew and apologised for his comments to the Speaker last week and MPs begain Question Time.
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