expresses deep concern about the increase in sexual violence cases in Liberia, adding that it believes that the Judiciary and Legislature play a critical role in the fight against sexual violence here.
The primary reason for conducting a survey was to investigate the "many features of economic interest, among which may be mentioned the copper-bearing country stretching southward from the Town of Whangaroa" (AJHR
, 1907, C-2, p.7).
(31.) Appendices to the Journals of the House of Representatives (AJHR
) 1870 F-01, 10; David Young, Our Islands, Our Selves: A History of Conservation in New Zealand (Dunedin: University of Otago Press, 2004), p.
(47) Justice and Law Reform Committee 'Final Report of the Justice and Law Reform Committee on a White Paper on a Bill of Rights for New Zealand' [1987-1990] XVII AJHR
(43.) Charles Ewen, Accident Underwriters Association of New Zealand to the Labour Bills Committee, Workers' Compensation Amendment Bill, AJHR
, I-9A, (1911): 14-15; see also H.
(16) See Railway Statements and Reports of the Government Railways Board, AJHR
(27.) West Coast Commission third report, AJHR
, Vol II, G-2, lviii.
(23.) 'Hospital and Charitable Institutions in the Colony', AJHR
, 1891, H-7, p.26.
, 1897, H-6, p.ix; 'The Training of Domestic Servants' (delivered to the annual meeting of the National Council of Women in Auckland), NZH, 18 April 1899:3; see also Margaret Slingsby Newman's comments to the Cohen Commission, AJHR
, 1912, E-12, pp.
The incidence of serious assaults on staff has declined dramatically since 1998 (AJHR
E61 2004:46) and most physical confrontations have continued to be male-on-male.
Accused, in addition, of reckless overspending and favouritism towards his own tribe, Ngata was forced to resign as Minister of Native Affairs following the publication of the commission's report (AJHR
1934 G-10: 46).
(2.) NZDF, Annual Report, 1994-95, Appendices to the Journal of the House of Representatives (AJHR
), 1995, G.55, p.4.