Today In Parliament for 9 November 2016 - evening edition
Government's new youth employment scheme seen as an admission of failure by the Opposition. John Key and Andrew Little dispute each other's figures, followed by Finance Minister, Bill English, having a similar argument with his Labour shadow, Grant Robertson, over statistics for income inequality. Government introduces colonoscopy figures as a measure of health of the health system. In the General Debate, New Zealand First's women's affairs spokesperson, Tracey Martin, calls on government to fund counselling for rural women.