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Running Record (10 June 2021)

Thursday 10 June 2021

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
ROAD TRANSPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILLCommenced 9.47 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Toole

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Toole

​Debate adjourned

PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS AMENDMENT BILL
Commenced 10.10 am
Consideration of LC amendments

​Mr Marshall moved that Legislative Council amendment 1 be agreed to and amendments 2, 3 and 4 be disagreed to, and that Government amendments 1 to 3 on sheet c2021-057F be agreed to.

​Debate interrupted


RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES AMENDMENT (REASONS FOR TERMINATION) BILLCommenced 10.18 am
Second Reading: Motion of Ms Finn

Debate adjourned

ANTI-DISCRIMINATION AMENDMENT (RELIGIOUS VILIFICATION) BILLCommenced 10.22 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Mr Lynch

Agreed to

Second Reading: Motion of Mr Lynch

Debate adjourned

CANTERBURY PARK RACECOURSE (SALE AND REDEVELOPMENT MORATORIUM ) BILL
Commenced 10.34 am

​Second Reading: Motion of Ms Cotsis

Debate interrupted

PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS
Commenced 12.04 pm
​Ms Doyle moved, That the House:
  1. Acknowledges the thousands of women who rallied on the streets of Sydney, other cities and towns across New South Wales on 15 March 2021 demanding justice for victims of gendered violence.

  2. Notes women have had enough of inequality, discrimination, harassment and violence, and will continue to speak up and demand change.

  3. Demands the Premier and Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women take action to ensure policy and legislation change on consent education to protect women, enshrine equality, and adequately fund frontline sexual assault services and gendered violence prevention programs.


Upon which the Ms Wilson moved that the motion be amended by omitting the words:

"Demands the Premier and Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women take" and inserting instead "Commends the NSW Government on taking".



​Upon which Ms Voltz moved that the amendment be amended by omitting the words:

"Demands the Premier and Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women take" and inserting instead "Urges the premier to take more".

Motion of Ms Voltz negatived 
Motion of Ms Wilson agreed to
Motion as amended agreed to 
​Lunch
​1.15 pm - 2.15 pm
MINISTERIAL STATEMENTS​At 2:20 pm
​Mr Speakman advised the House that on 9 June 2021:

  • Mr Griffin ceased to be Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment and Veterans and was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Health and Veterans.
  • Ms Gibbons ceased to be Parliamentary Secretary for Family, Disability and Emergency Services and was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for the Attorney General and Family, Disability and Emergency Services.
  • Ms Wilson was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment.
  • Mr Mallard was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Infrastructure and the Aerotropolis.

QUESTION TIME​Commenced 2.21 pm

SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS​Commenced 3.16 pm
SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS—GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

Mr Mark Speakman moved, That standing and sessional orders be suspended at this sitting to:

(1) Permit the resumption of consideration of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment Bill 2021 prior to the commencement of community recognition statements.

(2) Should consideration of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment Bill 2021 not be concluded by 4.00 pm, its consideration shall be interrupted for the petition debate.


SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS—APPROPRIATION BILL AND COGNATE BILLS

Mr Speakman moved: That standing and sessional orders be suspended:

(1) On Tuesday 22 June 2021, to:

(a) Provide for the following routine of business prior to 2.15 pm:
(i) At 12.00 noon, Speaker takes the Chair;
(ii) Introduction and second reading speech on the Appropriation Bill and cognate bills; and
(iii) The Speaker to leave the Chair until 2.15 pm.

(b) Permit the giving of general business notices of motions (general notices) at the conclusion of placing and disposal of business.

(2) On Thursday 24 June 2021:

(a) To interrupt the business before the House at 9.45 am to permit the Leader of the Opposition to speak on the Appropriation Bill and cognate bills.

(b) Following the speech of the Leader of the Opposition on the Appropriation Bill and cognate bills, the passage through all remaining stages, with the question 'That these bills be now read a second time' being put forthwith, without consideration in detail on the bills.

(c) A member, immediately following the passage of the Appropriation Bill and cognate bills, to move the motion 'That this House take note of the Budget Estimates and related papers for 2021-2022'.

(d) After the member has moved 'That this House take note of the Budget Estimates and related papers for 2021-2022':

(i) The debate is to be adjourned without motion moved;
(ii) The resumption of the debate is to be set down as an order of the day for a later time; and
(iii) The mover may speak to the motion at a later time prior to their right of reply.

(e) The House to resume the regular routine of business, namely:
(i) Government business for up to 30 minutes;
(ii) General Business Notices of Motions for Bills for up to 20 minutes
(iii) General Business Orders of the Day for Bills for up to 90 minutes
(iv) General Business Notices of Motions or Orders of the Day (not being Bills). 

(f) To permit the consideration of the routine of business to continue until 2.00 pm.

Ms Leong, by leave, spoke to the motion.

Mr Park spoke to the motion.

Mr Speakman spoke in reply.
Agreed to













Agreed to

​PETITIONS​At 3.26 pm

The Clerk announced receipt of petitions and responses to petitions


PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS AMENDMENT BILL
Commenced 3.27 pm
Consideration of LC amendments

​Mr Marshal moved that Legislative Council amendment 1 be agreed to and amendments 2, 3 and 4 be disagreed to, and that Government amendments 1 to 3 on sheet c2021-057F be agreed to.

Agreed to


​Mr Marshal moved that a message be sent to the Legislative Council advising of the Legislative Assembly's agreement with amendment 1, disagreement with amendments 2, 3 and 4 and seeking the concurrence of the Legislative Council in the proposed further amendments.
​Agreed to
​COMMUNITY RECOGNITION STATEMENTS​Commenced 3.55 pm

Interrupted
DEBATE ON ELECTRONIC PETITION SIGNED BY 20,000 OR MORE PERSONS​Commenced 4.00 pm

Debate on a petition from certain citizens requesting the Legislative Assembly call on the Government to stop the cuts to cardiac surgery at the Sydney Children's Hospital Randwick

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

​Agreed to

MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
​At 4.34 pm
​Returning the Building Legislation Amendment Bill with amendments

​COMMUNITY RECOGNITION STATEMENTS​Resumed 4.35 pm
PRIVATE MEMBERS' STATEMENTS​Commenced 4.59 pm
MESSAGES FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​At 6.34 pm
Returning the Mutual Recognition (New South Wales) Amendment Bill with an amendment
Advising that the LC does not insist on its amendments to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment Bill and agrees with the LA proposed amendments

​ADJOURNMENT​At 6.36 pm