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Running Record (21 September 2022)

Wednesday 21 September 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 9.30 am

NOTICES OF MOTIONS (GENERAL NOTICES)​Commenced 9.31 am

ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS AND DOMAIN TRUST AMENDMENT (FACILITATION OF SYDNEY METRO WEST) BILL
​Commenced 9.48 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Taylor on behalf of Mr Elliott

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Taylor on behalf of Mr Elliott 

​Debate adjourned

​SECURITY INDUSTRY AMENDMENT BILL
​Commenced 9.56 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Toole

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Toole 

​Debate adjourned

CRIMES AMENDMENT (MONEY LAUNDERING) BILL and COGNATES
DEDICATED ENCRYPTED CRIMINAL COMMUNICATION DEVICE PROHIBITION ORDERS BILL
LAW ENCORCEMENT (POWERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES) AMENDMENT (DIGITAL EVIDENCE ACCESS ORDERS) BILL 
​Commenced 10.19 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Toole

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Toole 

​Debate adjourned

MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​At 10.54 am
Reporting messages concerning Committees

CHILDCARE AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY FUND BILL
​Commenced 10.57 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Kean

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Kean

Debate adjourned 

CRIMES (ADMINISTRATION OF SENTENCES) AMENDMENT (NO BODY, NO PAROLE) BILL
​Commenced 11.09 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Dr Lee

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Dr Lee

Debate adjourned

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (PROSECUTION OF INDICTABLE OFFENCES) BILL
​Commenced 11.20 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Dominello 

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Dominello 

Debate adjourned

​CRIMES (SENTENCING PROCEDURE) AMENDMENT BILL 
​Commenced 11.33 am
Second Reading: Motion of Mr Speakman; resumption of the adjourned debate

​Agreed to

Third Reading: Motion of Mr Speakman 
Agreed to

MUSEUMS OF HISTORY NSW BILL
​Commenced 11.50 am
Consideration of LC amendments

Mr Griffin moved that the amendments be agreed to
​Agreed to
ADDRESSES OF CONDOLENCE AND CONGRATULATION TO HIS MAJESTY KING CHARLES III 
​Commenced 12.04 pm

Motion of Mr Perrottet - That this House takes note of the Addresses of Condolence to His Majesty King Charles III on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and of Congratulation to His Majesty King Charles III on his Accession to the Throne, agreed to by the House on 13 September 2022.


debate interrupted

COMMITTEE REPORTS (TAKE NOTE DEBATE)Commenced 12.47 pm

​Report of the Committee on Community Services entitled "Options to Improve Access to Existing and Alternate Accommodation to Address the Social Housing Shortage", Report 2/57, dated August 2022.

Question proposed—That the House take note of the report.

Agreed to


​​Report of the Legislation Review Committee entitled "Legislation Review Digest No. 47/57", dated 20 September 2022.

Question proposed—That the House take note of the report.

​Agreed to

​Lunch​1.00 pm - 2.15 pm
NOTICES OF MOTION​At 2:21 pm
​Private Members' Bills​Mr Piper
QUESTION TIME​Commenced 2:22 pm
UNPROCLAIMED LEGISLATION​At 3:39 pm
​Speaker tabled list of all legislation unproclaimed 90 days after assent as at 21 September 2022.

COMMITTEE REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS​At 3:40 pm
Mr Piper tabled a report of the Public Accounts Committee entitled Quadrennial review of the Audit Office of New South Wales 2022.

JOINT MODERN SLAVERY COMMITTEE
​At 3:40 pm
Mr Alister Henskens moved:

(1) That this House notes the Legislative Council's message of Wednesday 21 September 2022 relating to the appointment of a joint committee known as the Modern Slavery Committee.
(2) That pursuant to the requirement under Division 4 of the Modern Slavery Act 2018 for the Modern Slavery Committee to be a joint committee, the following Members be appointed to serve on the Committee as the Members of the Legislative Assembly: the Hon. Leslie Williams MP, Mr Ray Williams MP, Dr Marjorie O'Neill MP and Dr Joe McGirr MP.
(3) That a message be sent informing the Legislative Council.
​Agreed to
SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS - EXTENSION OF LAPSING DATES FOR TWO PRIVATE MEMBERS' BILLS​Commenced 3:41 pm

Ms Jenny Leong moved, by leave, That standing and sessional orders be suspended to provide for:

(1)        General Business Order of the Day for Bills number one standing in my name relating to the Residential Tenancies Amendment (Tenant Protections and Flood Response) Bill; and

(2)        General Business Order of the Day for Bills number three standing in the name of the Member for Balmain relating to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Climate Change Response) Bill

to have their lapsing dates extended to 21 October 2022.


Agreed to
PLACING OR DISPOSAL OF BUSINESS​At 3:42 pm

​Mr Speaker announced that messages would be sent to the Legislative Council advising the lapsing of general business order of the day (for bills) no. 1 (Fiscal Responsibility Amendment (Privatisation Restrictions) Bill 2021), no 2 (Climate Change (Emissions Targets) Bill 2021 (No 2), no 3 (Government Grants Administration Bill 2021) and no 4 (Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Amendment (Family Is Culture Review) Bill 2021)


ADDRESSES OF CONDOLENCE AND CONGRATULATION TO HIS MAJESTY KING CHARLES III 
​Commenced 3:43 pm

Motion of Mr Perrottet - That this House takes note of the Addresses of Condolence to His Majesty King Charles III on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and of Congratulation to His Majesty King Charles III on his Accession to the Throne, agreed to by the House on 13 September 2022.

​Debate interrupted

​PUBLIC INTEREST DEBATE - THE FAILURE OF THE NSW GOVERNMENT'S HEALTH POLICIESCommenced 5.00 pm
Mr Ryan Park moved, pursuant to notice, That this House notes that between April-June 2022:

(1) More people presented to NSW emergency departments with T2 level critical emergencies than ever before – over 110,000 in just one quarter.

(2) One in 10 patients spent longer than 21 hours and 16 minutes in the emergency department – the longest on record.

(3) Across NSW, 76,117 patients left emergency departments without completing treatment – the highest on record. 


​Mrs Leslie Williams moved an amendment
​Agreed to on Division
​Motion as amended
​Agreed to on Division
MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​At 6.01 pm
Forwarding the Roads Amendment (Tolling Transparency) Bill for concurrence. The Speaker advised receipt of written authority advising that the member for Summer Hill will have carriage of the bill.

ADDRESSES OF CONDOLENCE AND CONGRATULATION TO HIS MAJESTY KING CHARLES III 
​Commenced 6.02 pm

Motion of Mr Perrottet - That this House takes note of the Addresses of Condolence to His Majesty King Charles III on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and of Congratulation to His Majesty King Charles III on his Accession to the Throne, agreed to by the House on 13 September 2022.

Agreed to
​COMMUNITY RECOGNITION STATEMENTS​Commenced 7.38 pm
PRIVATE MEMBERS' STATEMENTS​Commenced 8.17 pm
ADJOURNMENT​At 10.43 pm