30 Jun 2015
Question Time for 30 June 2015
- ANDREW BAYLY to the Minister of Finance: What Budget policies will soon take effect and help to distribute dividends from the growing economy to New Zealand families?
- ANDREW LITTLE to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by his statement that "Locally-based providers can be closer and more responsive to their community" in relation to the Government's policy to sell state houses to private providers?
- STUART SMITH to the Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety: How is the Government helping to support young New Zealand families through paid parental leave?
- Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS to the Minister for Building and Housing: Does he stand by all his statements?
- JONATHAN YOUNG to the Minister of Transport: What is the Government doing to support the development of urban cycleways across New Zealand?
- PHIL TWYFORD to the Minister responsible for HNZC: Does he still intend to sell 1,000 to 2,000 Housing New Zealand houses by January 2016, and that "houses will not be transferred unless tenants get better services and taxpayers get fair and reasonable value"?
- METIRIA TUREI to the Minister responsible for HNZC: Does he stand by his statement that "Anyone that wants to have a go at this will have to show that they've got the capacity to manage the properties, to manage the finances, to look after the tenants and to help redevelop our social housing community"?
- DAVID SHEARER to the Minister of Consumer Affairs: Is he satisfied that New Zealanders are not paying too much for their milk; if so, why?
- BARBARA KURIGER to the Minister of Revenue: What reports has he received about changes which will bolster the tax rules around residential property speculation?
- Dr KENNEDY GRAHAM to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements?
- MARK MITCHELL to the Minister of Customs: What effect is the lower tobacco duty-free limit having on the amount of cigarettes and tobacco being brought into New Zealand at the border?
- SUE MORONEY to the Minister for ACC: Why will people with older cars pay $90 more per year to register their vehicle than those who can afford the latest model Rolls Royce?