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Incompetent Liquidators May Be Banned

Incompetent Liquidators May Be Banned

Wellington, Aug 26 NZPA - A bill enabling the Registrar of Companies to ban incompetent or dishonest liquidators, receivers and voluntary administrators passed its first reading last night.

English: Govt Welcomes Joint Infrastructure Commitment

English: Govt Welcomes Joint Infrastructure Commitment

Central and local government must work together to ensure smarter infrastructure decisions and investment, Minister for Infrastructure Bill English says.

Power: Insolvency Practitioners Bill Passes First Reading

Power: Insolvency Practitioners Bill Passes First Reading

A bill which gives the Registrar of Companies new powers to ban incompetent or dishonest liquidators, receivers, and voluntary administrators passed its first reading in Parliament last night.

Mayoral Bid Based On 'Your Wellington' Platform

Mayoral Bid Based On 'Your Wellington' Platform

Speaking at a campaign launch function in Cuba Street last night Jack Yan, Wellington Mayoral candidate and businessman, promised to "give Wellington back to the people".

Banks Forced Into A Change Of Heart On Grog - Labour

Banks Forced Into A Change Of Heart On Grog - Labour

City Vision and Labour Auckland City Councillors are astounded at John Banks telling an election meeting that he is now keen to bring in controls for off-licence liquor outlets.

Carter Says He'll Stay

Carter Says He'll Stay

Wellington, Aug 26 NZPA - Te Atatu MP Chris Carter says he is staying put as an MP and is not looking for other work.

Speech: Legal Services Bill: First Reading - Hone Harawira

Speech: Legal Services Bill: First Reading - Hone Harawira

Legal Services Bill: First Reading, Wednesday 25 August 2010. Hone Harawira, Maori Party Member of Parliament, Te Tai Tokerau

Roy Returns But ACT's Strife Isn't Over

Roy Returns But ACT's Strife Isn't Over

The ACT Party has some high stress caucus meetings ahead of it despite ousted deputy leader Heather Roy's assurances that she is going to get along just fine with her colleagues.

Power Works On Ways To Clear Courts Backlog

Power Works On Ways To Clear Courts Backlog

Justice Minister Simon Power is going to bring a bill to Parliament with more measures to help clear the court case backlog.

Government Moves To Spare Crime Victims Trauma

Government Moves To Spare Crime Victims Trauma

The Government is proposing to spare victims of crime the agony of having to relive their trauma through regular parole hearings that have no hope of succeeding.