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Running Record (04 June 2020)

Thursday 4 June 2020

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​Commenced 9.30 am
NOTICES OF MOTIONS (GENERAL NOTICES)​Commenced 9.31 am
BUDGET ESTIMATES AND RELATED PAPERS 2019-2020​Commenced 9.45 am
​Resumption of adjourned debate

 Adjourned

Commenced 10.16 am
​Second Reading speechAdjourned
KIM GOLDSMITH - DUBBO ARTSCommenced 10.33 am

Mr Saunders moved that the House:

  1. Commends artist and community leader Kim Goldsmith of Dubbo for her continued contribution to Dubbo's cultural life.
  2. Congratulates Kim Goldsmith on her recent exhibition, Eye of the Corvus: Messenger of Truth, contrasting two extreme landscapes of drought-ravaged western New South Wales and the Icelandic coast at the Western Plains Cultural Centre.

  3. Recognises Kim Goldsmith's promotion of the Dubbo art scene through her BOOMDubbo initiative and her advocacy for the region's artists through the local organisation the Creative Assembly.

 Agreed to

 

Commenced 11.05 am

Ms Hornery moved that the House:

  1. Notes during the 2007 tempest storm, there were 100 linesmen employed by Ausgrid in the Hunter region.
  2. Notes during the 2015 east coast low storm, the number of linesmen had been halved to fifty.
  3. Urges the Minister for Energy and Environment to explain why there are only 17 linesmen in 2020

Negatived on division 37:41

 

MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​Commenced 11.52
​Forwarding the Petroleum (Onshore) Amendment (Coal Seam Gas Moratorium) Bill 2019 for concurrence.​Reported
SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS​Commenced 11.53

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

(1)   Permit the consideration of the Petroleum (Onshore) Amendment (Coal Seam Gas Moratorium) Bill 2019 forthwith, and for its consideration to take precedence of all other general business until 2.00 pm.

(2)   Should the bill not be concluded by 2.00 pm:

(a)   Permit the resumption of its consideration after the Placing and Disposal of Business.

(b)   Consideration of the bill to take precedence of all other business for the remainder of the sitting, excluding the petition debate at 4.00 pm.

Agreed to
Commenced 11.55
​Motion of Mr Butler: Second Reading debateDebate interrupted.
​Lunch​2.00 pm - 2.15 pm
SPEAKER'S STATEMENT - HANSARD SERVICES​Commenced 2.17
QUESTION TIME​Commenced 2.19 pm
COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP​Commenced 2.38 pm

To appoint Mr Speakman as member of the Standing Orders and Procedure Committee, in place of Mr Constance

​Agreed
MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​Commenced 2.41 pm
Returning the Residential Apartment Buildings (Compliance and Enforcement Powers) Bill with amendments.​Reported
Commenced 2.42 pm
Consideration of Legislative Council amendmentsAmendments agreed to
Commenced 2.58 pm
Second Reading debate resumedDebate interrupted
DEBATE ON PETITION SIGNED BY 10,000 OR MORE PERSONS​Commenced 4.00 pm

Woronora Dam Area Mining

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

Agreed

Commenced 4.27 pm
​Second Reading

​Negatived on division 38:36

PRIVATE MEMBERS' STATEMENTS​Commenced 4.45 pm
MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​At 6.34 pm
​Returning the Work Health and Safety Amendment (Review) Bill without amendment
​COMMUNITY RECOGNITION STATEMENTS​Commenced 6.34 pm
​ADJOURNMENT7.03 pm