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Running Record (17 May 2022)

Tuesday 17 May 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 pm
SPEAKER'S STATEMENT - SPEAKER'S GALLERY​Commenced 12.01 pm
MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​At 12.01 pm
Returning the Racing and Gambling Legislation Amendment Bill without amendment.  

Returning the Mining and Petroleum Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 with amendments. 
​Set down as an Order of the Day for a later hour. 
NOTICES OF MOTIONS (GENERAL NOTICES)​Commenced 12.04 pm
​MINING AND PETROLEUM LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL
​Commenced 12.19 pm
Consideration of the LC amendments   

Mr Toole moved that the amendments be agreed to

​Agreed to

RSL NSW AMENDMENT BILL​Commenced 12.20 pm
Second Reading: Motion of Mr Elliott; resumption of adjourned debate

​Agreed to 

Third Reading: Motion of Mr Elliott
​Agreed to
​Lunch​1.15 pm - 2.15 pm
MINISTERIAL ARRANGMENTS​At 2.18 pm
Mr Henskens informed the House that Deputy Premier, Minister for Regional New South Wales and Minister for Police would answer questions today in the absence of the Minister for Lands and Water, and Minister for Hospitality and Racing.


NOTICES OF MOTION​At 2.18 pm
​Government Business
​Mr Perrottet

QUESTION TIME​Commenced 2.20 pm

PAPERS​At 3.28 pm

The Speaker:

(a) announced the receipt of:

    (i) Reports of the Inspector of Custodial Services

    (ii) Annual Report of the New South Wales Small Business Commissioner

Ordered to be printed

​The Clerk announced receipt of papers.

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS​At 3.29 pm
The Speaker advised the House, in accordance with Standing Order 282(2), that:

On 13 May 2022:

1. Nathaniel Gerard Smith

of the Legislative Assembly Joint Standing Committee on Road Safety

1. Robert Borsak

of the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters

COMMITTEE REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS​At 3.30 pm
​Mr Layzell tabled a report of the Legislation Review Committee entitled "The Legislation Review Digest No. 42" and Minute Extracts of the Committee.

STATUTORY RULES AND INSTRUMENTS​At 3.30 pm

Clerk tabled notices of the making of statutory rules and instruments published on 8 April 2022 and 13 May 2022

​PETITIONS​At 3.30 pm

The Clerk announced receipt of petition. 

STATUTE LAW (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) BILL 2022
​Commenced 3.31 pm
​Introduction: Motion of Ms Upton
​Agreed to
Second Reading: Motion of Ms Upton

​Debate adjourned

FIREARMS LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2022
​Commenced 3.38 pm
​Second Reading: Motion of Mr Toole; resumption of the adjourned debate

Agreed to

Consideration in detail requested by My Butler
Amendment 1 moved by Mr Butler
Negatived
​By leave, amendments 2 to 4 moved together by Mr Butler
Negatived
​Third reading: Motion of Mr Toole
​Agreed to
COMMUNITY RECOGNITION STATEMENTS
​Commenced 4.53 pm

Interrupted.
PUBLIC INTEREST DEBATE - FEDERAL LABOR'S FAILURE TO RELEASE COSTINGSCommenced 5.00 pm
Mr James moved, That this House notes with concern the failure by Federal Labor to release costings on its election promises, within a reasonable time, to allow for an assessment of their effect on the people of NSW. 

Mr Ryan Park moved an amendment to the motion.

Debate in progress

Amendment negatived on division.

Original motion agreed to on division.

COMMUNITY RECOGNITION STATEMENTS
​Re-commenced 6.02 pm
​PRIVATE MEMBERS' STATEMENTS​Commenced 6.26 pm
​ADJOURNMENT​At 8.23 pm