Notices of Motion No. 21, Tuesday 18 June 1996

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    PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES


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    LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL



    NOTICES OF MOTIONS

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    ORDERS OF THE DAY


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    SECOND SESSION OF THE FIFTY-FIRST PARLIAMENT

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    TUESDAY 18 JUNE 1996


    The House meets this day at 2.30 p.m.



    GOVERNMENT BUSINESS - ORDERS OF THE DAY


    1 Transport Administration Amendment (Rail Corporatisation and Restructuring) Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate (17 June 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Egan: That this Bill be now read a second time - Mrs Isaksen.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Thursday 6 June 1996)


    2 Gas Supply Bill: second reading - Mr Egan.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    3 State Environmental Planning (Permissible Mining) Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate (17 June 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Egan: That this Bill be now read a second time - Mrs Isaksen.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    *4 Children (Community Service Orders) Amendment (Maximum Hours) Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate of the question on the motion of Mr Dyer: That this Bill be now read a second time (5 calendar days from 6 June 1996) - Mr Jobling.


    5 AJC Principal Club Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    6 Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill: second reading - Mr Shaw.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    *7 Status of Children Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate of the question on the motion of Mr Shaw: That this Bill be now read a second time (5 calendar days from 29 May 1996) - Mr Jobling.


    8 Environmental Planning and Water Legislation Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Shaw.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    9 Commonwealth Powers (Family Law-Children) Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Shaw.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Wednesday 29 May 1996)


    10 Public Health Amendment (Tobacco) Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate (2 May 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Dyer: That this Bill be now read a second time - Mr Jobling.


    11 Budget Estimates: resumption of the adjourned debate (5 June 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Egan: That the House take note of the Budget Estimates and related papers for the financial year 1996-97 - Mrs Isaksen.


    12 Local Government Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Shaw.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Tuesday 21 May 1996)


    13 Liquor and Registered Clubs Legislation Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Thursday 23 May 1996)


    *14 Crimes Amendment (Apprehended Violence Orders) Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate of the question
    on the motion of Mr Shaw: That this Bill be now read a second time (5 calendar days from 1 May 1996) - Mr Jobling.


    15 Justices Amendment (Committals) Bill: second reading - Mr Shaw.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Thursday 16 May 1996)


    16 Commonwealth Powers (Firearms) Bill: second reading - Mr Egan.


    17 National Parks and Wildlife Amendment Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate (2 May 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Shaw: That this Bill be now read a second time - Mr Cohen.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Wednesday 13 December 1995)

    (Restored under S.O. 201, Wednesday 17 April 1996)


    *18 Victims Rights Bill
    Victims Compensation Bill
    Sentencing Amendment (Parole) Bill

    Resumption of the adjourned debate of the question on the motion of Mr Shaw: That these Bills be now read a second time (5 calendar days from 15 May 1996) - Mr Samios.


    19 Banana Industry Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    20 Gaming and Betting Amendment (Betting Auditoriums) Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    21 Liquor and Registered Clubs Legislation Amendment (Minors’ Entertainment) Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    22 Noxious Weeds Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    23 Nurses Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    24 Rural Assistance Amendment (Board Membership) Bill: second reading - Mr Dyer.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    25 Valuation of Land Amendment Bill: second reading - Mr Shaw.

    (Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Monday 17 June 1996)


    26 Standing Committee on Parliamentary Privilege and Ethics - Report No. 1 entitled “Inquiry into sanctions where a Minister fails to table documents”: resumption of the adjourned debate (15 May 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Shaw: That the House take note of the Report - Dr Burgmann speaking.


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    GENERAL BUSINESS - NOTICES OF MOTIONS


    1 Mr Hannaford to move -

    That this House requests that the Auditor General:

    (1) Examine the proposal to lease and develop the Sydney Showground site and advise, having regard to the tender process, whether the terms of the proposed lease (including State Government planning instruments and State Government financial assistance), provide a fair and reasonable economic return for New South Wales taxpayers. The Auditor General should specifically examine and report on:

    (a) the costs to be met by the State under the terms of the lease, having regard to planning conditions and the long-term nature of the lease;

    (b) an assessment of the benefits to flow to the developer of the site, which include length of the lease, planning considerations and whether such benefits are in the best interest of New South Wales taxpayers;

    (c) having regard to the Valuer General’s report, and the failure of the Government to release the B.Z.W. report reviewing rent, whether the proposed rent of $2 million per annum is in the best interest of New South Wales taxpayers;

    (d) the appropriate rental amount for the site that the Government should receive if it is advised that the proposed rent is not in the best interests of New South Wales taxpayers;

    (e) any other matters within the jurisdiction of the Auditor General that the Auditor General believes are pertinent to Parliament’s consideration of the proposal to lease and develop the Sydney Showground site;

    (f) the true value and market rental of that part of the Sydney Showground to be leased to Fox Studios;

    (i) in existing condition;

    (ii) in improved condition after proposed government expenditure on services and infrastructure; and

    (iii) with regard to its enhanced value due to State Environmental Planning Policy 47 rezoning and development application approvals for usage and subdivision.

    (2) Examine the proposed sale of the State Office Block building and advise, having regard to the tender process, whether the terms of the proposed sale provide the best economic return to the New South Wales taxpayers. The Auditor General should specifically examine and report on:

    (a) whether the tender process has been administered fairly and to achieve the best economic return to New South Wales taxpayers; and

    (b) the terms of any contract entered into for the sale of the building.

    3. Report to the Parliament on (1) and (2) by 17 September 1996.

    (Notice given 17 June 1996)


    2 Mrs Sham-Ho to move -

    That this House recognise and support the contribution of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation in promoting the reconciliation process between indigenous Australians and other Australians and furthering the community’s understanding of indigenous issues.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    3 Mr Gay to move -

    That in view of public concern both in Australia and overseas, the Standing Committee on Social Issues investigate and report on:

    1. The evidence available regarding the drug PROZAC to ascertain whether a more detailed inquiry is required.

    2. Whether this drug should be further restricted.

    3. Possible inappropriate prescribing of this drug.

    4. Mechanisms for monitoring the use of this drug and its effects and side-effects on individual patients.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    4 Mr Tingle to move -

    That, according to Standing Order 200, the Home Invasion (Occupants Protection) Bill interrupted by close of the previous Session be restored to the stage it had reached in the previous Session.

    (Restoration of Home Invasion (Occupants Protection) Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    5 Mr Corbett to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Firearms Act 1989 with respect to the sale and purchase of firearms, to provide for the registration of all firearms, and for other purposes.

    (Firearms (Amendment) Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    6 Mrs Nile to move -

    That, according to Standing Order 200, the Sexual Offence Damages Bill interrupted by close of the previous Session be restored to the stage it had reached in the previous Session.

    (Restoration of Sexual Offence Damages Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    7 Mr Samios to move -

    That this House condemns the Carr Government for its failure to provide adequate funding for Carnivale, a popular multicultural arts festival which provides a unique opportunity to promote tolerance and understanding in our multicultural society.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    8 Mr Cohen to move -

    That this House calls on the Government to reinstate SEPP 15 (relating to Multiple Occupancy) in its present form, without alteration, as a matter of urgency.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    9 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That, according to Standing Order 200, the Alcoholic Beverages Advertising Prohibition Bill interrupted by close of the previous Session be restored to the stage it had reached in the previous Session.

    (Restoration of Alcoholic Beverages Advertising Prohibition Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    10 Mrs Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to clarify the legal status of an unborn child, to provide legal protection and rights for an unborn child, to make provisions for the claiming and payment of compensation in the event of the death of an unborn child by accident or malicious action, and for purposes connected therewith.

    (Unborn Child Protection Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    11 Ms Kirkby to move -

    That, according to Standing Order 200, the Coroners Amendment Bill interrupted by close of the previous Session be restored to the stage it had reached in the previous Session.

    (Restoration of Coroners Amendment Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    12 Mr Jones to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act 1912 so as to reduce the minimum voting age from 18 years to 16 years; and for other purposes.

    (Parliamentary Electorates and Elections (Voting Age) Amendment Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    13 Mr Samios to move -

    That this House notes the twenty-first anniversary of the Ethnic Communities Council of New South Wales on 27 July 1996 and congratulates it on its important record of achievements representing Australians of culturally diverse backgrounds.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    14 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to regulate smoking in public places and places of employment.

    (Smoking Regulation Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    15 Mr Jones to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Public Health Act 1991 to prohibit the smoking of tobacco in motor vehicles in which persons under 18 years of age are present.

    (Public Health (Smoking in Vehicles) Amendment Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    16 Mrs Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act relating to HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis B testing before surgery, and to the disclosure of test results.

    (Pre-surgery (HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis B Tests) Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    17 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to provide for the holding of a referendum on the Bill entitled “A Bill for an Act to allow the electors of New South Wales to initiate referendums on proposed laws; and to amend the Constitution Act 1902”.

    (Constitution (Referendum) Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    18 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to allow the electors of New South Wales to initiate referendums on proposed laws; and to amend the Constitution Act 1902.

    (Constitution (Citizens-initiated Referendums) Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    19 Mrs Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to prohibit nudity (indecent exposure) on any beach or public place.

    (Nudity (Indecent Exposure) in Public Places (Prohibition) Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    20 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That this House:

    1. Affirms the importance of quality education for all the children of this State irrespective of their religion, nationality or sex.

    2. Supports the rights of parents to have freedom of choice of the school for their child.

    3. Supports the right of all non-government schools to maintain their distinctive moral values and foundational ethos.

    4. Supports the introduction of a voucher system, that would enable freedom of choice of school to be efficiently exercised by all parents.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    21 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act for the prevention of crime by providing for offences with respect to the incitement, urging and encouragement of crime; and to repeal the Crimes Prevention Act 1916.

    (Crimes Prevention Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    22 Mrs Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 to make it unlawful to discriminate against a person on the ground of heterosexuality in certain circumstances.

    (Anti-Discrimination (Heterosexual Discrimination) Amendment Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    23 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That this House support a referendum on the introduction of capital punishment as a deterrent to those who, without any remorse, are seeking to undertake heinous crimes against their fellow citizens, such as the murder of Ebony Simpson, and in view of possible terrorist attacks such as the Oklahoma bombing and mass murder.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)

    24 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to repeal the Anti-Discrimination (Homosexual Vilification) Amendment Act 1993; and for associated purposes.

    (Anti-Discrimination (Homosexual Vilification) Repeal Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    25 Mrs Nile to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to prohibit the sale and/or display of pornographic X-Rated, R-Rated and other indecent publications or videos in newsagencies, service stations, video shops or other retail outlets.

    (Pornographic Publications and Video Sale and Display (Prohibition) Bill)

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    26 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    1. That a Select Committee be appointed to inquire into and report upon prostitution and in particular the following matters:
      (a) the operation of the Disorderly Houses Act 1943 in regard to brothels;
      (b) street prostitution, particularly activities regarding prostitution along Canterbury Road and other districts in New South Wales;
      (c) organised crime in prostitution;
      (d) children involved in prostitution;
      (e) overseas women (such as illegal Asian immigrants) involved in prostitution;
      (f) the link between drug addiction and prostitution;
      (g) the phased elimination of the prostitution industry through the closure of all brothels and the elimination of all street prostitution in accordance with a timetable not later than 1 January 2000 in anticipation of the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney; and
      (h) the rehabilitation, retraining and relocation of prostitutes to acceptable forms of legitimate employment.

    2. (1) That notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Standing Orders, the Committee is to consist of seven members, comprising four Government members nominated by the Leader of the Government, and two members nominated by the Leader of the Opposition and Revd Mr Nile.

    (2) In the absence of agreement notified to the President, the question of the representation on the Committee is to be determined by the President.

    3. That the time and place for the first meeting of the Committee be fixed by the Clerk of the Parliaments.

    4. That the Committee have leave to sit during any adjournment of the House; to adjourn from place to place; to make visits of inspection within New South Wales and other States and Territories of Australia; and have power to take evidence and to send for persons, papers, records and things; and to report from time to time.

    5. That should the House stand adjourned and the Committee agree to any report before the House resumes sitting:
      (a) the Committee have leave to send any such report, minutes of proceedings and evidence taken before it to the Clerk of the Parliaments;
      (b) the documents be printed and published and the Clerk forthwith take such action as is necessary to give effect to the order of the House; and
      (c) the documents be laid on the Table of the House at its next sitting.

    6. That on receipt of a request from the Committee for funding, the Government immediately provide the Legislative Council with such additional funds that the Committee considers necessary for the conduct of its inquiry.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    27 Mrs Nile to move -

    That this House calls on the Government to prohibit any further offensive Homosexual and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parades on the public streets of New South Wales in view of the AIDS epidemic and the provocation of assaults on homosexuals.

    (Notice given 16 April 1996)


    28 Mr Hannaford to move -

    That there be laid on the Table of the House by 23 April 1996 all papers including transcripts of conversations, and in particular a transcript of a conversation between Mr Dyer and Mr Semple, Director General of the Department of Community Services relating to the resignation of Mr Baxter, Director General of the Premier’s Department, concerning the dismissal of Mr Semple and his reattachment as Director General of the Department of Community Services.

    (Notice given 17 April 1996)


    29 Mrs Sham-Ho to move -

    That this House condemns the Premier for downgrading the role and position of the Governor and calls on the Premier to restore Government House as the residence of the Governor.

    (Notice given 17 April 1996)


    30 Mr Tingle to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Crimes Act 1900 in relation to the possession of firearms or other offensive weapons or instruments when committing or attempting to commit certain offences; and for other purposes.

    (Crimes Amendment (Firearms and Other Offensive Weapons or Instruments) Bill)

    (Notice given 18 April 1996)


    31 Dr Goldsmith to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Enforcement Act 1995 to make it an offence to exhibit or display for sale in a public place to which children have access any publication or advertisement for a publication that is indecent or otherwise unsuitable for general public display.

    (Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Enforcement Amendment Bill)

    (Notice given 1 May 1996)


    32 Mr Jones to move -

    That leave be given to bring in a Bill for an Act to amend the Summary Offences Act 1988 to make it no longer a summary offence to use offensive language; and to amend the Crimes Act 1900 to abolish the common law offence of speaking blasphemous or obscene words in the hearing of others.

    (Criminal Legislation Amendment (Offensive Language) Bill)

    (Notice given 21 May 1996)


    33 Revd Mr Nile to move -

    That this House commends the Prime Minister, the Hon. John Howard M.P., for his courageous leadership concerning uniform gun laws, his forthright policy on retaining our current marijuana drug laws to protect the youth of our nation and his consistent efforts to reduce the “culture of violence” which is promoted by excessively violent videos, television and films.

    (Notice given 30 May 1996)



    GENERAL BUSINESS - ORDERS OF THE DAY


    1 Select Committee on Lake Cowal Project: resumption of the adjourned debate (18 April 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Hannaford:

    1. That a Select Committee be appointed to inquire into and report on:
      (a) the decision making processes followed by the Government in its consideration of the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Lake Cowal gold mine and associated facilities at Cowal West, West Wyalong, proposed by North Gold (WA) Limited;
      (b) the adequacy or otherwise of any technical or other advice or information that became available to the Government following the Commission of Inquiry.

    2. That notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Standing Orders:
      (a) the Committee is to consist of the following Members: Mr Macdonald, Mr Moppett, Revd Mr Nile, Ms Saffin and the mover;
      (b) Mr Hannaford be Chairman of the Committee.

    3. That the Committee have leave to sit during any adjournment of the House; to adjourn from place to place; to make visits of inspection within New South Wales and other States and Territories of Australia; and have power to take evidence and to send for persons, papers, records and things; and to report from time to time.

    4. That should the House stand adjourned and the Committee agree to any report before the House resumes sitting:
      (a) the Committee have leave to send any such report, minutes of proceedings and evidence taken before it to the Clerk of the Parliaments;
      (b) the documents be printed and published and the Clerk forthwith take such action as is necessary to give effect to the order of the House; and
      (c) the documents be laid on the Table of the House at its next sitting.

    5. That on receipt of a request from the Committee for funding, the Government immediately provide the Legislative Council with such additional funds that the Committee considers necessary for the conduct of its inquiry.

    6. That the Committee report by 31 May 1996 - Mr Hannaford speaking.


    *2 Charter of Principles for a Culturally Diverse Society Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate of the question on the motion of Mr Samios: That this Bill be now read a second time (5 calendar days from 16 May 1996) - Mrs Sham-Ho.


    *3 Family Impact Commission Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate (23 May 1996) of the question on the motion of Revd Mr Nile: That this Bill be now read a second time - Ms Burnswoods.

    (Restored under S.O. 200, Thursday 16 May 1996)


    4 Sydney’s Population Growth: resumption of the interrupted debate (16 May 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Samios:

    That this House deplores Premier Carr’s statement in the Sun Herald (dated 21 May 1995) that Sydney “is losing its character as a major city and its population growth must stop” as it:
      (a) has the capacity to socially divide the nation and threaten social cohesion;
      (b) has the potential to cause offence and anger among members of the ethnic communities and peak ethnic organisations;
      (c) has discounted the enormous contribution that four million migrants have made to the social and cultural development of this nation; and
      (d) has indicated the Government’s inability to provide proper planning and development strategies and controls to manage the urban sprawl of the Sydney basin - Mr Jones speaking.


    5 Racist Comments: resumption of the interrupted debate (30 May 1996) of the question on the motion of Mrs Arena:

    That this House:
      (a) views with great concern the increased votes at the last Federal election of candidates who made racist comments;
      (b) deplores such racist comments and urges all members of the Australian community to unite to fight all types of racism wherever and whenever they find it; and
      (c) believes that the very fabric of a multicultural society is a fragile one which needs to be supported and nurtured and that it is the duty not only of governments but of all individual citizens to ensure harmonious relationships amongst all people - Mr Kaldis speaking.


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    WEDNESDAY 19 JUNE 1996


    BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE - NOTICES OF MOTIONS


    1 Mr Jones to move -

    That under section 41 (1) (b) of the Interpretation Act 1987, this House disallows the amendment to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (General) Regulation 1981, published in Government Gazette No. 156, dated 22 December 1995, page 8711, notice of which was tabled on 16 April 1996.

    (Notice given 16 May 1996)



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    THURSDAY 20 JUNE 1996


    GENERAL BUSINESS - ORDERS OF THE DAY


    *1 Constitution Amendment (Office of Governor) Bill: resumption of the adjourned debate (6 June 1996) of the question on the motion of Mr Gay: That this Bill be now read a second time - Mr Samios speaking.


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    When legal proceedings instituted in the Supreme Court in relation to the suspension and removal of the Treasurer have been decided - Resolution of the House, 2 and 14 May 1996.


    BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE - ORDERS OF THE DAY


    1 Mr Egan to attend in his place at the Table to explain:
      (i) his reasons for non-compliance with:
        (a) the Order of the House dated 26 October 1995 to table certain documents concerning the closure of veterinary laboratories;
        (b) the Order of the House dated 26 October 1995 to table certain documents concerning the Government’s negotiation with Twentieth Century Fox relating to the Sydney Showground;
        (c) the Order of the House dated 1 May 1996 to table certain documents concerning the Lake Cowal gold mine;
      (ii) the Government’s failure to comply with the Order of the House dated 26 October 1995 to table certain documents concerning the recentralisation of the Department of Education.


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    PASSING OF GOVERNMENT BILLS THROUGH ALL STAGES

    10 Mr Egan to move -

    Contingent on any of the undermentioned Bills being presented by the Legislative Assembly to the Legislative Council for its concurrence and having been read by the Council for the first time - That Standing Orders be suspended to allow the passing of the Bill through all remaining stages during the present or any one sitting of the House:

    Public Health Amendment (Tobacco) Bill

    (Notice given at 2.38 p.m., Tuesday 30 April 1996)

    Legal Profession Amendment Bill

    (Notice given at 11.09 a.m., Thursday 2 May 1996)

    Appropriation Bill
    Appropriation (Parliament) Bill
    Appropriation (Special Offices) Bill
    Appropriation (1995-96 Debt Retirement) Bill
    Motor Vehicles Taxation (Amendment) Bill
    Business Franchise Licences (Petroleum Products) Amendment Bill
    Road Improvement (Special Funding) Amendment Bill

    (Notice given at 11.04 a.m., Wednesday 22 May 1996)

    Crimes Amendment (Children’s Evidence) Bill
    Crimes Amendment (Review of Convictions and Sentences) Bill
    Financial Institutions (New South Wales) Amendment Bill
    Forests and Flora Reserves Revocation Bill
    State Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill
    Superannuation Administration Bill
    Superannuation (Axiom Funds Management Corporation) Bill
    WorkCover Legislation Amendment Bill

    (Notice given at 11.06 a.m., Monday 17 June 1996)



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