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Daily Business Program

Daily Business Program (08 February 2024)


 

House meets at 10.00 am 

Giving of Notices of Motions (General Business) (for a period of up to 15 minutes) 

GENERAL BUSINESS 
 

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

No. 2 Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment (Virtual Stock Fencing) Bill; introduction and second reading (Mr Philip Donato, lapses 18 April 2024). 

No. 4 Residential Tenancies Amendment (Prohibiting No Grounds Evictions) Bill; introduction and second reading (Ms Jenny Leong, lapses 31 May 2024). 

No. 9 Rural Fires Amendment (Red Fleet) Bill; introduction and second reading (Mr Adam Marshall, lapses 6 August 2024). 

 

Notices of Motions (General Notices) (for up to 70 minutes) 

No. 962 Federal Government's Infrastructure Cuts (Ms Kellie Sloane) 

No. 963   E-Cigarette Inquiry (Ms Liesl Tesch 

No. 964 MidCoast Council Operational Review - Stroud and Gloucester Public Pools (Mr Dave Layzell) 

No. 965 Australian Defence Force Veterans (Ms Maryanne Stuart 

No. 967  State Emissions Targets (Ms Trish Doyle) 

No. 968 Annangrove Road (Mr Mark Hodges 

No. 970 NSW Cruising Industry (Mr Gurmesh Singh) 

No. 971 NSW Budget (Mrs Sally Quinnell) 

No. 973 Bushfire Danger Period (Ms Kylie Wilkinson 

No. 974 Infrastructure Funding Cuts (Mr Ray Williams) 

 

At 11.00 am 

 

Ministerial Statements 

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

 

Question Time 

 

Ministerial Statements  

Papers 

Committees – Reports and Announcements 

Petitions - Announcements 

Placing or Disposal of Business 

Business with Precedence under Standing Order 118 (if any) 

 

Condolence Motion – The Hon. Michael Egan 

(until 1.30 pm, with the Speaker to then leave the Chair) 

 

 

 

 

 

At 2.30 pm 

 

Resumption of the Condolence Motion (if required 

Resumption of General Business Notices of Motion (General Notices)  

 

GOVERNMENT BUSINESS  

(for up to 20 minutes) 

Order of the Day 

No. : Address-In-Reply to Lieutenant-Governor's Opening Speech; resumption of the interrupted debate (Ms Lynda Voltz—Mr Nathan Hagarty speaking, 7 minutes remaining).   

 

If not completed earlier, resumption of General Business Notice of Motion  

No. 4 Residential Tenancies Amendment (Prohibiting No Grounds Evictions) Bill; introduction and second reading speech (Ms Jenny Leong, lapses 31 May 2024). 

 

At 4.00 pm 

 

Order of the Day (Petitions)   

No.  1 Debate of a petition from certain citizens requesting the Legislative Assembly to call on the Government to reintroduce passenger trains on the Great Northern Railway between Armidale and Jennings/Wallangarra. (Mr Adam Marshall) 

 

Resumption of the Condolence Motion (if required 

Resumption of General Business Notices of Motion (General Notices) (if required 

Resumption of Government Business (if required 

Resumption of introduction and second reading speech on Residential Tenancies Amendment (Prohibiting No Grounds Evictions) Bill (if required 

 

Community Recognition Statements  

Private Members Statements 

 

Adjournment  

 

 

(approved by email) 

Ron Hoenig, MP 

Leader of the House