Carter

John Carter

Member for Northland, National Party

Most recent appearances in parliament

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Valedictory Statement (7 Jun 2011)

Speech expand: "Here I am, giving my valedictory. If I had known it would be this good I would have done it years ago! I must say people have been kind enough to say they are sad to see me going. I am sorry they are sad; I am as happy as all hell. Today I resign as a ..."

General Debate (4 May 2011)

Speech expand: "We heard the Minister of Finance talk about some of the positives that the country can look forward to from an economic point of view as we move forward, having recovered, or as we try to recover, from the mismanagement of the 9 years of a Labour Government, ..."

Juries (Jury Service and Protection of Particulars of Jury List Information) Amendment Bill - First Reading (13 Apr 2011)

Speech expand: "I move, That the Law and Order Committeeconsider the Juries (Jury Service and Protection of Particulars of Jury List Information) Amendment Bill, that the committee report finally to the House on or before 8 August 2011, and that the committee ..."

Ministerial Statements - Earthquake, Christchurch—Extension of State of National Emergency (12 Apr 2011)

Speech expand: "I wish to make a ministerial statement under Standing Order 347, in relation to a further extension of the state of national emergency in Christchurch city. ..."

Ministerial Statements - Earthquake, Christchurch—Extension of State of National Emergency (5 Apr 2011)

Speech expand: "I wish to make a statement under Standing Order 347 in relation to the state of national emergency in Christchurch City. On Thursday, 31 March I further extended the duration of the state of national emergency in Christchurch City, under section 71 of the ..."

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