Oral questions: 19 December 2018

Questions to Ministers

  1. Hon SIMON BRIDGES?to the?Prime Minister:?Does she stand by all her Government?s statements and actions?
  2. WILLOW-JEAN PRIME?to the?Minister of Finance:?What recent reports has he seen on the economy?
  3. Hon AMY ADAMS?to the?Minister of Finance:?Does he think New Zealanders are better or worse off this Christmas when, under this Government, petrol taxes have increased, and rents have risen $30 a week?
  4. Hon MICHAEL WOODHOUSE?to the?Minister of Immigration:?Does he stand by all his statements and actions in relation to the deportation liability of Karel Sroubek?
  5. MARAMA DAVIDSON?to the?Prime Minister:?Which of her Government?s achievements for our kids and our environment, if any, will she be reflecting on this Christmas?
  6. Hon NIKKI KAYE?to the?Minister of Education:?Does he stand by all of his decisions this year?
  7. Dr DUNCAN WEBB?to the?Minister for Greater Christchurch Regeneration:?What progress, if any, has been made on the regeneration of Christchurch?
  8. Hon PAUL GOLDSMITH?to the?Minister for Regional Economic Development:?What is the breakdown of the 7,000 jobs that he told the House yesterday have been created by the Provincial Growth Fund?
  9. MELISSA LEE?to the?Minister for Government Digital Services:?Does she stand by all of the Government?s actions in regards to the appointment of a Chief Technology Officer; if not, why not?
  10. JENNY MARCROFT?to the?Associate Minister of Education:?What announcement has she made regarding support for children at risk of disengagement from education in the Hawke?s Bay region?
  11. JONATHAN YOUNG?to the?Minister of Energy and Resources:?When she was briefed by the US company 8 Rivers on its proposal to produce abundant hydrogen and urea alongside large-scale carbon capture and storage in Taranaki, did she think they made a compelling case for ensuring New Zealand?s domestic electricity requirements, particularly for dry year cover?
  12. Hon TIM MACINDOE?to the?Minister for ACC:?Will 65 percent of vehicle owners pay more to register their cars next year, including for some a 150 percent increase in the ACC levy, due to his decision to dump the Vehicle Risk Rating programme?

 

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