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Running Record (25 March 2021)

Thursday 25 March 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 9.32 am
CIVIL LIABILITY AMENDMENT (CHILD ABUSE) BILLCommenced 9.47 am

​Second Reading: Motion of Mr Speakman

​Debate interrupted
NSW JOBS FIRST BILL
Commenced 10.18 am
​Introduction First Reading: Motion of Ms Catley

Agreed to

​​Second Reading: Motion of Ms Catley

Debate adjourned

CANTERBURY PARK RACECOURSE (SALE AND REDEVELOPLMENT MORATORIUM ) BILL
Commenced 10.28 am
Introduction First Reading: Motion of Ms Cotsis

Agreed to

​Second Reading: Motion of Ms Cotsis

Debate adjourned

LIQUOR AMENDMENT (RIGHT TO PLAY MUSIC) BILL
Commenced 10.37 am
​Ms Cotsis moved that the bill be discharged and withdrawn

Agreed to

Commenced 10.42 am
​Second Reading: Motion of Ms Cotsis

Debate interrupted

200TH ANNIVERSARY OF GREEK INDEPENDENCE
Commenced 12.09 pm
​Ms Petinos moved, That the House:
  1. Notes 25 March 2021 is the 200th anniversary of Greek Independence.

  2. Acknowledges the sacrifice of the Greek people who stood in defiance of the oppressive Ottoman Empire and fought for freedom and democracy.

  3. Recognises the enduring legacy of the Greek state and contributions of the Greek community within New South Wales.

  4. Acknowledges the efforts of community groups delivering commemorative events throughout New South Wales.

  5. Wishes the Greek community a joyous celebration of 200 years.

Agreed to

SHOALHAVEN ANGLICAN SCHOOL SITE
Commenced 1.12 pm
​Mrs Hancock moved, That the House:
  1. Reaffirms its commitment to deliver a future education facility on the former Shoalhaven Anglican School site at Milton.

  2. Notes the Government has committed to relocate Budawang School to the site, with plans to deliver a world class facility for the Southern Shoalhaven well underway.

  3. Notes the site is not for sale and the Government can be trusted to deliver its commitments.

​Debate interrupted

​Lunch
​1.16 pm - 2.15 pm
MESSAGES FROM THE GOVENOR
​At 2.18 pm
Assenting to two bills

NOTICES OF MOTION
​At 2.18 pm
​Private Members' Bills
​Mr Barr
QUESTION TIME​Commenced 2.19 pm
​PAPERS​At 3.08 pm

Mrs Hancock tabled a report into the Blue Mountains City Council


UNPROCLAIMED LEGISLATION​At 3.09 pm
​Speaker tabled list of all legislation unproclaimed 90 days after assent as at 25 March 2021


​PAPERS​At 3.09 pm

The Clerk announced receipt of the Government Response to the Committee on Transport and Infrastructure's report entitled “Electric buses in regional and metropolitan public transport networks in NSW”


COMMITTEE REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
​At 3.10 pm
​Ms Lindsay informed the House that the Joint Standing Committee on Road Safety will conduct an inquiry into support for rural and regional learner drivers

​Mr Saunders informed the House that the Committee on the Ombudsman, the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission and the Crime Commission will conduct a review of the 2019/2020 annual report and other reports of oversighted agencies



​STANDING COMMITTEE ON PARLIAMENMTARY PRIVILEGE AND ETHICS
​At 3.10 pm
Mr Speakman moved that Ms Gibbons be appointed to the Standing Committee on Parliamentary Privilege and Ethics
​Agreed to

PRIVATE MEMBERS' STATEMENTS​Commenced 3.11 pm
DEBATE ON ELECTRONIC PETITION SIGNED BY 20,000 OR MORE PERSONS​Commenced 4.00 pm

Manly Ferries

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

Agreed to
PRIVATE MEMBERS' STATEMENTS​Resumed 4.34 pm
​COMMUNITY RECOGNITION STATEMENTS​Commenced 5.23 pm
​ADJOURNMENT​At 5.56 pm