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Daily Program

Daily Program (06 March 2018)

Sitting Pattern 2018.pdf

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HOUSE MEETS AT 2.30 PM - PRESIDENT TAKES CHAIR AND READS PRAYERS
MESSAGES
FORMAL BUSINESS
Item no.Member with carriageSubject
1883Mr VeitchSO52—2012 Barwon Darling Water Sharing Plan
1885Mrs Maclaren-JonesStories of Strength Project
1901Mr Martin2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympian Matthew Graham
PAPERS
PETITIONS
NOTICES OF MOTIONS
POSTPONEMENTS
According to sessional order, debate on government business given precedence

GOVERNMENT BUSINESS—ORDERS OF THE DAY

  1. Property, Stock and Business Agents Amendment (Property Industry Reform) Bill 2017: second reading

  2. Justice Legislation Amendment Bill 2018: second reading

  3. Saint John's College Bill 2018: second reading

  4. Budget Estimates 2017-2018

According to sessional order, business will be interrupted at 4.00 pm for Questions.

QUESTIONS

According to sessional order, debate on Committee reports given precedence until 6.30 pm.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

  1. Select Committee on Human Trafficking in New South Wales: Report entitled "Human trafficking in New South Wales", dated October 2017.

  2. Standing Committee on State Development: (1) Discussion paper entitled "Defence industry in New South Wales", dated November 2017 (2) Discussion paper entitled "Regional development and a global Sydney", dated November 2017.

  3. Portfolio Committee No.2 – Health and Community Services: Road tolling in New South Wales, dated November 2017.

  4. Committee on the Ombudsman, the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission and the Crime Commission: Report No. 2/56 entitled "2017 Review of the Annual Reports of oversighted bodies", dated October 2017.       

  5. Committee on the Ombudsman, the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission and the Crime Commission:Report No. 3/56 entitled "Review of the Public Interest Disclosures Act 1994", dated October 2017.

  6. Committee on the Independent Commission Against Corruption: Protections for people who make voluntary disclosures to the Independent Commission Against Corruption, dated November 2017.

  7. Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters: Report No. 3/56 entitled “Inquiry into preference counting in local government elections in NSW”, dated November 2017

  8. Portfolio Committee No. 6 – Planning and Environment: Report No. 6 entitled "Budget Estimates 2017-2018", dated November 2017

  9. Portfolio Committee No. 3 – Education: Report No. 38 entitled "Budget Estimates 2017-2018", dated November 2017

  10. Portfolio Committee No. 1 – Premier and Finance: Report No. 45 entitled "Budget Estimates 2017-2018", dated December 2017

  11. Portfolio Committee No. 2 – Health and Community Services: Report No. 48 entitled "Budget Estimates 2017-2018", dated December 2017

  12. Portfolio Committee No. 4 – Legal Affairs: Report No. 34 entitled "Budget Estimates 2017-2018", dated December 2017

  13. Portfolio Committee No. 5 – Industry and Transport: Report No. 46 entitled "Budget Estimates 2017-2018", dated December 2017

  14. Standing Committee on Law and Justice: Report No. 63 entitled "Statutory review of the State Insurance and Care Governance Act 2015", dated December 2017: resumption of the adjourned debate (13 February 2018) of the question on the motion of Mr Mallard: That the House take note of the report—Mr Mallard speaking. (15 minutes remaining)

  15. Portfolio Committee No. 4 – Legal Affairs: Report No. 35 entitled "Museums and galleries in New South Wales: First report", dated December 2017

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.

ADJOURNMENT

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