E pēheatia ai ngā mahi Pāremata
Find out what’s happening in the House
A lot goes on during a sitting week at Parliament.
Te Whakatūnga Pāremata
Hangaia ai e Te Pāremata ngā ture, ā, herea ai Te Kāwanatanga ki te tikanga o ōna kaupapa here, mahi, whakapaunga moni. Ko Te Ariki Tapairu (ko Te Kīngi, ko Te Kuini rānei o te wā), arā, ko tōna māngai Te Kāwana Tianara me Te Whare o ngā Māngai Te Pāremata o Aotearoa. Hoatu tirohanga whānui ai tēnei wāhanga ki a koe e pā ana ki ngā tū momo whakatūnga Pāremata.
E pēheatia ai te hanga i ngā ture
Tīmata pire mai ai ngā ture hou. Ko ngā pire he hukihuki o ngā ture hou e whakatakotoria ana. He huhua ngā momo pire wehe kē e whakaaroarohia ana e Te Pāremata ōna wāhanga ōkawa. Ka puta ana aua wāhanga katoa kua noho ture hou mai. Karangahia ai he Ture Pāremata.
Who’s who in Parliament?
What’s the difference between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the House? Do Whips really carry around whips – and what does a musterer do?
Painga pāremata in Aotearoa
The New Zealand Parliament has a variety of functions that are crucial to a democratic society. To enable the effective discharge of these functions, Parliament and its members have certain powers, rights and immunities that are collectively called — privilege.
Ngā puka meka
Kīhai tērā e kimihia rā e koe i kitea, e hiahia noa ana rānei kia mōhio i ētahi atu mōhiohio? Kapi ai e tā mātou puka meka tētahi whānuitanga o ngā mokamoka e pā ana ki Te Pāremata, ā, kīhai pea e kitea ai e koe i wāhi kē atu i runga pae tukutuku.
Ngā kaiārahi ki ngā huarahi Pāremata
Ka kitea e koe tēnei wāhanga ngā kaiārahi huarahi mō Te Pāremata. Kei te wātea hoki ngā tārua pepa ki te tono atu.
Te papakupu o ngā kupu Pāremata me ngā kīanga Pāremata
Kei Te Pāremata tōna ake reo, ōna ake kīanga. Whakarārangitia ake ai e te papakupu nei ngā kīanga, ā, whakamāramatia ai ngā tikanga.
Ka hiahiatia ētahi atu mōhiohio?
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Prime Minister's Statement
At 2pm on the first sitting day of each year the Prime Minister makes a statement to the House reviewing public affairs and outlining the Government’s legislative (and other policy) intentions for the year ahead.
Tikanga Pāremata i Aotearoa
He kaiārahi pai rawa atu te pukapuka nei, Tikanga Pāremata i Aotearoa, ki ngā ritenga, ngā tikanga me ngā whakaaerenga i roto i tō tātou Pāremata. Kei te wātea atu hei whārangi ipurangi, hei PDF tikinga atu, ā, hei pukapuka.
Parliamentary cross-party groups
Select committee meetings aren’t the only place where MPs from across the House put aside their differences to work together towards a common purpose.