Petitions And Tracking Animals

by Desk Editor on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 — 2:09 PM

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When Parliament resumed at 2pm the Petition of Genevieve McClean on behalf of the Save the Grey Lynn Post Office Working Group was presented requesting that the House of Representatives note that 2,560 people have signed a petition opposing the closure …

Petitions And Tracking Animals

When Parliament resumed at 2pm the Petition of Genevieve McClean on behalf of the Save the Grey Lynn Post Office Working Group was presented requesting that the House of Representatives note that 2,560 people have signed a petition opposing the closure of the Grey Lynn Post Office and Kiwi Bank, and that the House support their request.

Another petition from Chris Walker on behalf of the NZEI and 60,000 others was presented asking the House of Representatives urge the Government to reverse the cut to early childhood education funding and commit to a plan to invest to one percent of GDP in early childhood education.

Select committee reports were presented on the National Animal Identification and Tracing Bill by the Primary Production Committee

MPs began Question Time.

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