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Judith Collins

Member for Papakura, National Party

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General Debate (5 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: "I would like to take a moment to acknowledge the contribution of my parliamentary colleague Allan Peachey, who has today announced his retirement due to ill health. I am sure many of us will know that Allan has suffered from ill health for some time, and I am ..."

Prisoners, Employment Training—Prisoner Skills and Employment Strategy (5 Oct 2011)

Answer expand: "The goal of the Prisoner Skills and Employment Strategy, launched by this Government in 2009, was to increase the number of prisoners engaged in work training and skills development by 1,000 over 3 years. We have achieved this goal a full year ahead of ..."

Road User Charges Bill - In Committee (5 Oct 2011)

Interjection: "No, no, no. They’re blocked at the moment—the Manawatū Gorge. They’re not speeding; no one’s speeding."

Standing Orders (5 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: " That the amendments to the Standing Orders set out in Part 2 of the report of the Standing Orders Committee on the Review of Standing Orders be adopted, with effect from the day after the dissolution or expiration of the present Parliament. ..."

Crime Statistics—Reports (4 Oct 2011)

Answer expand: "I am very pleased to report that the rate of recorded crime dropped 7 percent per head of population in the fiscal year to 30 June. The rate of crime dropped in all police districts, with the biggest falls in Canterbury, Southern, Tasman, Central, and ..."

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