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Daily Business Program (23 February 2017)

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Thursday 23 February 2017

 

At 10.00 am

 

Giving of Notices of Motions (General Notices) (for a period of up to 10 minutes)

 

GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

(for a period of up to 30 minutes)

 

Notices of Motions

No. 1     State Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill; introduction of the bill (Mr Victor Dominello)

Orders of the Day

No.1      Fines Amendment Bill; resumption of the adjourned second reading debate (Mr Victor Dominello—Mr Clayton Barr*)

No.2      Budget Estimates and related papers 2016-2017; resumption of the interrupted debate (Ms Gladys Berejiklian – Ms Anna Watson (18 mins remaining))

*             denotes Member who adjourned the debate

 

GENERAL BUSINESS

 

Notices of Motions (for Bills) (for a period of up to 20 minutes)

No.1      Discount Rate Reduction (Miscellaneous Acts Amendment) Bill; introduction of the bill (Mr Clayton Barr)

 

Orders of the Day (for Bills) (for a period of up to 60 minutes)

†No.1    Steel Industry Protection Bill; resumption of the interrupted second reading debate (Mr Ryan Park)

No.2      Wyong Special Area (Protection) Bill; resumption of the adjourned second reading debate (Mr David Harris—Mr Ray Williams*)

No.3      Suitors' Fund Amendment (Costs of NCAT Appeals) Bill; resumption of the adjourned second reading debate (Mr Paul Lynch—Mr Ray Williams*)

No.4      Greyhound Racing (Repeal of Ban) Bill; resumption of the adjourned second reading debate (Mr Luke Foley—Mr Ray Williams*)

No.5      Independent Commission Against Corruption Amendment (Disclosure of Information) Bill; resumption of the adjourned second reading debate (Mr Jamie Parker—Mr Jonathan O'Dea*)

No.6      City of Sydney Amendment (Restoring Equal Voting Rights) Bill; resumption of the adjourned second reading debate (Mr Luke Foley—Ms Pru Goward*)

†             Bill forwarded from the Legislative Council

*             denotes Member who adjourned the debate

Notices of Motion (General Notices) accorded precedence at this sitting

No. 1739             Rod Stowe – Commissioner for Fair Trading (Ms Melanie Gibbons)

Notices of Motions (General Notices) (until 1.30pm)

No.1277              Intercity Train Fleet Contract (Mr Tim Crakanthorp)

No.1281              Cassia Community Centre (Dr Hugh McDermott)

No.1282              Picton Flood Donations (Mr Jai Rowell)

No.1283              National Disability Insurance Scheme (Ms Trish Doyle)

No.1285              Save the Children (Ms Jo Haylen)

No.1287              Wallarah 2 Coal Project Buyback (Mr David Harris)

No.1288              Karl Klein – Picton Magpies Secretary (Mr Jai Rowell)

No.1293              Tahmoor Public School – Special Needs Supporters (Mr Jai Rowell)

No.1294              Intercity Train Assembly Contract (Ms Trish Doyle)

No.1296              Commonwealth Bank Summer Hill (Ms Jo Haylen)

 

At 2.15 pm

Ministerial Statements

Giving of Notices of Motions (Government Business, Bills, Business with Precedence)

Question Time

Ministerial Statements

Papers

Committee Reports and Referrals

Petitions

Placing or Disposal of Business

Business with Precedence under SO 118 (if any)

 

Committee Reports (Take Note Debate) (for a period of up to 30 minutes)

No.1       Report of the Legislative Assembly Committee on Community Services entitled "Access to Transport for Seniors and Disadvantaged People in Rural and Regional NSW", dated December 2016 (Tabled 19 December 2016); resumption of the adjourned debate (Mr Alex Greenwich*, 14 mins remaining in debate)

No.2       Report of the Legislation Review Committee entitled "Legislation Review Digest No. 30/56", dated 14 February 2017 (Tabled 14 February 2017).

No.3       Report of the Legislation Review Committee entitled "Legislation Review Digest No. 31/56", dated 21 February 2017 (Tabled 21 February 2017)

Matter of Public Importance

 

Community Recognition Statements (for a period of up to 30 minutes)

 

At 4.30 pm

Order of the Day (Petitions)

No.  1    Discussion of a petition requesting the Government implement rigorous assessment of coal and gas mining projects and strengthen the monitoring of existing operations and penalties for breaches. (Mr Anthony Roberts)

 

(If Community Recognition Statements from prior to the Petition discussion have not been completed)

 

Community Recognition Statements (if not completed)

 

Private Members' Statements

 

Adjournment

 

Anthony Roberts, MP

Leader of the House