House Highlights - 20 June, 2012
During yesterday's Question Time, Todd McClay asked the Minister of Finance: How is the Government’s economic programme helping New Zealand manage through current global uncertainty?
Rt Hon Winston Peters to the Minister of Finance: Is he confident that the Government’s economic and fiscal strategy is on track; if so, why?
Hon Clayton Cosgrove to the Minister of Energy and Resources: Does he agree with Molly Melhuish’s calculation that the amount charged by SOEs for electricity for an average consumer is $265 per annum less than is charged by non-SOE retailers, and if not, what was the weighted average of the annual total retail price charged by SOEs and their subsidiaries to a residential consumer using 8,000 kilowatt hours of electricity compared with the weighted average of the price charged by non-SOE suppliers, according to the most recent data?
Andrew Little to the Minister for ACC: On how many occasions, and for what periods of time on each occasion, did she meet with or have discussions with the ACC Chairman or Chief Executive, including about the matter of the mass privacy breach involving Bronwyn Pullar, between 13 March and 19 March when that matter was referred to the Police by way of formal complaint?
Other items on the agenda - Mixed Ownership Model - Committee Stage:
The House is sitting today from 2pm-6pm and 7.30pm-10pm.