26 Nov 2014
Question Time for 26 November 2014
- TODD MULLER to the Minister of Finance: What reports has he received about the latest trends in savings levels by New Zealand households?
- ANDREW LITTLE to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by his statement that parts of the Gwyn Report are "highly contested"; if so, which parts are contested and by whom?
- NUK KORAKO to the Minister for Social Housing: What progress is Housing New Zealand making on rebuilding and repairing properties damaged in the Christchurch earthquakes?
- Dr MEGAN WOODS to the Prime Minister: Does he agree with Judith Collins that Cameron Slater "manufactured a story and he wanted to believe it" and the findings of the Chisholm Inquiry that Cameron Slater is "prone to exaggeration"?
- BARBARA KURIGER to the Minister of Health: What reports has he received on progress on the National Health Targets?
- Dr RUSSEL NORMAN to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements?
- KELVIN DAVIS to the Minister of Corrections: Does he have confidence in his department's management of Phillip Smith?
- SIMON O'CONNOR to the Minister for Communications: What recent reports has she received on the number of end users able to connect to the Government's Ultra-Fast Broadband and Rural Broadband Initiative?
- RICHARD PROSSER to the Minister for Primary Industries: How much will it cost to make the nutrient management tool, Overseer, fully fit for purpose across all agricultural land users in New Zealand?
- Dr SHANE RETI to the Minister of Veterans' Affairs: What progress is being made in preparation for Gallipoli 2015 commemorations?
- KRIS FAAFOI to the Minister of State Services: Has she discussed with State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie why he organised a press conference to announce the departure of the CERA Chief Executive Roger Sutton; if so, what was his response?
- DENIS O'ROURKE to the Minister of Internal Affairs: Does he agree with Nigel Hampton QC, who acted for several of the victims of the collapse of the CTV building, who said "One is forced to the conclusion that in New Zealand, the ability to determine responsibility and accountability in any search and rescue response is directly related to the political will and motivation at cabinet and governmental level."; if not, why not?