Thursday 1 June 2023
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(1) Notes that on 18 November 2021, as part of the project to digitise historical tabled documents, this House authorised the publication of all papers laid upon the table of the House from 14 May 1856 to 5 December 1900.
(2) Notes that the project to digitise historical tabled documents has continued and that documents tabled in the Legislative Assembly during the 19th to 31st Parliaments have been digitised but not yet published due to concerns that some of the documents may not have been authorised to be published by the House.
(3) Authorises the publication of all papers laid upon the table of the House from 23 July 1901 to 18 February 1938.
(1) The giving of General Business Notices of Motions (for up to 15 minutes).
(2) The consideration of the Law Enforcement (Powers and Responsibilities) Amendment (Digital Evidence Access Orders) (LEPRA) Bill until it proceeds through all stages.
(3) At 11.00 am Question Time and the associated routine of business.
(4) The inaugural speeches of the Member for Ryde and the Member for Holsworthy
(5) Resumption of the consideration of the LEPRA Bill.
(6) Speaker to leave the Chair at 1.30 pm and resume the Chair at 2.30 pm.
(7) Resumption of the consideration of the LEPRA Bill, if required.
(8) At 4.00 pm, Petition Debate.
(9) Resumption of the consideration of the LEPRA Bill, if required.
(10) General Business Notices of Motions or Orders of the Day (not being Bills) for up to 70 minutes, to commence after the LEPRA Bill has proceeded through all stages.
(11) Community Recognition Statements
(12) Private Members Statements.
(13) Adjournment to the next sitting day without motion moved.
(14) Messages from the Legislative Council regarding Government Business may be considered at any time between items of business.
POKER MACHINE REFORM
Petition from certain citizens requesting the Legislative Assembly eliminate patient costs for radiation treatment at Wagga Wagga and Griffith cancer treatment centres (Dr Joe McGirr).
Question proposed—That the House take note of the petition.
The Parliament of New South Wales acknowledges and respects the traditional lands of all Aboriginal people, and pays respects to all Elders past and present. We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Parliament of New South Wales stands.