New Zealand Legislation
Maintained by the Parliamentary Counsel Office, this site provides full text access to consolidated electronic versions of acts, regulations and bills. Legislation can be browsed and searched, point in time versions are also available. Legislation bearing the NZ Coat of Arms have semi-official status. Legislation repealed after September 2007 is also available.
This site is maintained by the Parliamentary Counsel Office and provides access to a table of deemed regulations which can be browsed by a list of Acts under which the regulations have been made. The site also provides a link to the Table of Acts and Ordinances and Statutory Regulations in Force.
New Zealand Parliamentary Debates (Hansard)
Hansard is available from 2003 in a browseable format. The site includes, advance and final copies of Hansard as well as indexes. This resource is provided by the Office of the Clerk.
Maintained by the University of Auckland, this site provides a searchable database of all New Zealand legislation from 1840 to 1995 (including private and local acts) which has affected MÃori people and MÃori land. The site also provides brief abstracts on the historical context and impact of each Act along with references to government publications.
The Parliamentary Business page provides access to Bills, SOPs, Order Papers, Journals and Standing Orders.
Contains the New Zealand Acts in PDF format as originally enacted. They do not include any later amendments or show whether they have been repealed.
This electronic collection contains facsimiles of all Acts enacted between 1888 and 1894. These volumes were printed on acid paper that has deteriorated with time, and is now in many cases so brittle that it disintegrates when handled (ie, Shattering Statutes).
Provides a searchable database of New Zealand Gazette Notices from 1993. Notices can also be browsed according to Act names and categories. Full-text Gazettes from 2000 are available in a browsable format. (These are organised according to year and month)
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