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Maurice Williamson

Member for Pakuranga, National Party

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General Debate (5 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: "Listening to the Leader of the Opposition go through Labour’s policies earlier really, really did reinforce the earlier comment made by the Minister of Finance that some people live in a little world that is in some sort of parallel universe. They are not ..."

Leaky Homes, Repair—Progress (4 Oct 2011)

Answer expand: "More good news. Since the Government passed the weathertight homes resolution service financial assistance package just a couple of months ago, several thousand homeowners have made applications to sign up to the assistance package where the Government will ..."

Spending Cap (People’s Veto) Bill - First Reading (14 Sep 2011)

Interjection: "Now you’re talking!"

Trade Marks Amendment Bill, Copyright Amendment Bill (No 2) - Third Readings (8 Sep 2011)

Speech expand: "I say from the outset that counterfeiting is always a vexed issue with the general public. If they think of counterfeiting at the level of someone bringing in a fake pair of Reeboks—they would be pretty tatty and fall apart, and so on—in his or her ..."

Australia and New Zealand CER Trade Agreement—Rules of Origin (8 Sep 2011)

Answer expand: "More good news. Recent changes to the CER rules of origin will mean it is now easier to use material from other countries in textiles and clothing, headgear, glass jewellery, copper tools, machinery and appliances, vehicles, boats, furniture, and toys. These ..."

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