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Running Record

Running Record (21 December 2022)

Wednesday 21 December 2022

This Running Record is intended as a guide only to information on the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly, and is updated during the course of the sitting day. It shows the progress of legislation, results of motions moved and other business conducted.

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MEETING OF THE HOUSE​At 12.00 noon 

SPEAKER'S STATEMENT - RECALL OF THE HOUSE ​Commenced 12.00 noon

MESSAGES FROM THE GOVENOR​At 12.07 pm
Assenting to the 17 Bills

PAPERS​At 12.07 pm

The Speaker announced receipt of the following reports: 

(a) Report of the NSW Ageing and Disability Commission for the year ended 30 June 2022.

(b) Reports of the NSW Ombudsman entitled:

(i) "Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994, Audit Report: Summary of Public Interest Disclosure Audits of 6 Local Councils" dated 21 November 2022.

(ii) "Oversight of the Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994 Annual Report 2021-22" dated 9 December 2022.

(c) Reports of the NSW Child Death Review Team entitled:

(i) "Effects of perinatal conditions and local area socioeconomic status on early childhood mortality in New South Wales: linked data analyses – Main report".

(ii) "Effects of perinatal conditions and local area socioeconomic status on early childhood mortality in New South Wales: linked data analyses – Summary report".

(d) A report of the Inspector of the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission entitled "Annual Report 2021-2022 Law Enforcement (Controlled Operations) Act 1997" dated December 2022.

(e) A report of the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission entitled: "Operation Kurumba Supplementary Report to Parliament pursuant to section 132 Law Enforcement Conduct Commission Act 2016" dated December 2022.

(f) An addendum to the Report of the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission entitled "Operation Kurumba Report to Parliament pursuant to 132 Law Enforcement Conduct Commission Act 2016" dated 13 December 2022.

(g) A report of the Inspector of Custodial Services entitled "Inspection of 24 hour Court Cell Complexes, Amber Laurel Correctional Centre and Kariong Intake and Transit Centre".

(h) A report of the NSW Domestic Violence Death Review Team entitled "Report of the NSW Domestic Violence Death Review Team for 2019 – 2021".

​The Speaker announced receipt of reports and papers received by the Clerk during the recess. 

STATUTORY RULES AND INSTRUMENTS​At 12.10 pm

The Speaker tabled notices of the making of statutory rules and instruments published of 16, 18, 25 and 30 November 2022; and 2, 9 and 16 December 2022.


​PETITIONS​At 12.10 pm

The Speaker announced receipt of petitions and responses to petitions. 

SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS  - DIVISION PROCESS​Commenced 12.12 pm

Mr Henskens moved: That standing and sessional orders be suspended this sitting day to provide that any references within the Standing and Sessional Orders to the 'Chamber' apply to the Macquarie Room and references to the Chamber side doors refer to the Macquarie room door which exits onto the lift lobby.

Agreed to
SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS  - ROUTINE OF BUSINESS​Commenced 12.13 pm

Mr Henskens moved that standing and sessional orders be suspended to permit an amended routine of business. 

Agreed to

MOTION OF CONDOLENCE - CONSTABLE RACHEL MCCROW, CONSTABLE MATTHEW ARNOLD AND MR ALAN DARE ​Commenced 12.15 pm
​Mr Perrottet moved a motion of condolence for Constable Rachel McCrow, Constable Matthew Arnold and Mr Alan Dare. 
Agreed to

SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS  - ROUTINE OF BUSINESS​Commenced 12.33 pm

Mr Minns moved a motion to suspend standing and sessional orders. 

Negatived on division
SPEAKER'S STATEMENT - CRITICAL MAINTAINANCE AND RESTORATION WORK AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE​Commenced 1.02 pm

SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS  - ROUTINE OF BUSINESS​Commenced 1.06 pm
​Ms Leong moved a motion to suspend standing and sessional orders. 
Negatived on division

​SPECIAL ADJOURNMENT ​At 1.29 pm,
​Mr Henskens that the House at its rising this sitting day do adjourn until Tuesday 28 February 2023 at 12 noon.
​Agreed to 
ENERGY AND UTILITIES ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT BILL
​Commenced 1.29 pm
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Perrottet

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Perrottet

​Debate interrupted

SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS  - ENERGY AND UTILITIES ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT BILL​Commenced 1.45 pm

Mr Henskens moved a motion to suspend standing order to permit the Premier to complete his second reading speech, and for the Leader of the Opposition to have a five minute reply. 

Agreed to
ENERGY AND UTILITIES ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT BILL
​Commenced 1.45 pm
Second Reading: Motion of Mr Perrottet

​Agreed to 

​Third Reading: Motion of Mr Perrottet
​Agreed to

​Pursuant to the earlier resolution of the House, the Speaker left the Chair until the ringing of a long bellAt 1.55 pm

The Speaker resumed the ChairAt 5.08 pm

MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​At 5.09 pm
Returning the Energy and Utilities Administration Amendment Bill without amendment
​SPEAKER'S STATEMENT - CLOSING REMARKS​At 5.09 pm

​ADJOURNMENT​At 5.11 pm