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Estimates of Appropriations for the Government of New Zealand for the Year Ending 30 June 2007

The Estimates contain requests from Vote Ministers for appropriations. An appropriation provides a Vote Minister with authority to incur expenditure, expenses or liabilities. It establishes the maximum expense, liability or expenditure that can be incurred.

Estimates include:

  • how appropriations will be spent;
  • significant changes in the Vote;
  • how performance will be measured;
  • any differences from previous years.

The Public Finance Act 1989 requires that the Estimates accompany the Appropriation (2006/2007 Estimates) Bill, which is the first Appropriation Bill relating to 2006/2007 financial year.  The Bill must be passed within three months of delivery of the Budget.

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Introduction

Summary Tables

Title Page & Contents

Vote ACC

Vote Agriculture and Forestry

Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage

Vote Attorney-General

Vote Audit

Vote Biosecurity

Vote Child, Youth and Family Services

Vote Climate Change and Energy Efficiency

Vote Commerce

Vote Communications

Vote Communications Security and Intelligence

Vote Community and Voluntary Sector

Vote Conservation

Vote Consumer Affairs

Vote Corrections

Vote Courts

Vote Crown Research Institutes

Vote Customs

Vote Defence

Vote Defence Force

Vote Economic, Industry and Regional Development

Vote Education

Vote Education Review Office

Vote Emergency Management

Vote Employment

Vote Energy

Vote Environment

Vote Finance

Vote Fisheries

Vote Food Safety

Vote Foreign Affairs and Trade

Vote Health

Vote Housing

Vote Immigration

Vote Internal Affairs

Vote Justice

Vote Labour

Vote Lands

Vote Local Government

Vote Maori Affairs

Vote Ministerial Services

Vote National Archives

Vote National Library

Vote Office of the Clerk

Vote Official Development Assistance

Vote Ombudsmen

Vote Pacific Island Affairs

Vote Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment

Vote Parliamentary Counsel

Vote Parliamentary Service

Vote Police

Vote Prime Minister and Cabinet

Vote Racing

Vote Research, Science and Technology

Vote Revenue

Vote Security Intelligence

Vote Senior Citizens

Vote Serious Fraud

Vote Social Development

Vote Sport and Recreation

Vote State Services

Vote State-Owned Enterprises

Vote Statistics

Vote Tourism

Vote Transport

Vote Treaty Negotiations

Vote Veterans' Affairs

Vote Women's Affairs

Vote Youth Development