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BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE - NOTICES OF MOTIONS
1. Variation to Standing Order 65(5) - Rules for answers to questions - Mr Searle
2. Disallowance: Water Management
(General) Amendment (Emergency Works Exemption) Regulation 2021 - Ms Faehrmann
3. Disallowance: Clause 106 of the Design and Building Practitioners Regulation 2021 - Mr Shoebridge
4. Disallowance: Retirement Villages Amendment (Asset Management Plans) Regulation 2021 - Mr Mookhey
5. Disallowance: Retirement Villages Amendment (Exit Entitlement) Regulation 2021 - Mr Mookhey
MATTER OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE
1. The failure of the Government’s school targets policy, school Strategic Improvement Plans and outcome-based budgeting in education - Mr Latham
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—NOTICE OF MOTION
1. Modern Slavery Amendment Bill 2021: first reading—Mr Harwin.
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—ORDERS OF THE DAY
1. Budget Estimates 2020-2021: That the House take note of the Budget Estimates and related papers for the financial year 2020-2021—Mr Tudehope speaking.
2. Road Transport Legislation Amendment Bill 2021: second reading—Mrs Mitchell.
3. Road Transport Amendment (Mobile Phone Detection) Bill 2019: consideration in committee of the whole—Mrs Taylor.
4. Planning Legislation Amendment Bill 2019: second reading—Mrs Taylor.
5. Civil Liability Amendment (Child Abuse) Bill 2021: second reading—Mrs Mitchell.
6. Tax Administration Amendment (Combating Wage Theft) Bill 2021: second reading—Mr Tudehope in reply.
7. Children's Guardian Amendment (Child Safe Scheme) Bill 2021: second reading —Mrs War
8. Better Regulation Legislation Amendment (Miscellaneous) Bill 2021: second reading—Mr Tudehope.
9. Budget Estimates 2021-2022: That the House take note of the Budget Estimates and related papers for the financial year 2021-2022—Mr Harwin speaking.
10. Motor Accidents and Workers Compensation Legislation Amentment Bill 2021: second reading—Mr Tudehope.
According to sessional order, business will be interrupted at 4.00 pm for Questions.
Dinner break—6.30 pm
GOVERNMENT BUSINESS continues
According to sessional order, business will be interrupted at 10.00 pm to allow a Minister to move the adjournment of the House, if desired.