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Running Record (13 November 2019)

 ​​​No. 31

Wednesday 13 November 2019

The Running Record is intended as a guide only to information on the proceedings of the Legislative Council, and is updated during the course of the sitting day. It shows the progress of legislation, results of motions moved and other business conducted. Where possible, the document contains useful links to areas such as bills, the tabled papers database, and notices of motions given that day.

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MEETING OF THE HOUSE

 Commenced 11.00 am

The President took the Chair, prayers read.

FORMAL BUSINESS ​ ​​Commenced 11.01 am
Item No.Member with carriageSubjectResult
BoH No. 1Mr Harwin

First speech - the Honourable Sam Farraway

​Agreed to

171

​Mr Martin

Committee for the Hunter

​Agreed to

​334

​Mr Searle

Tabling of arbiter's report – Disclosures of Minister Sidoti

​Agreed to

​337

​Mr Mookhey

​550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak

​Agreed to

​339

​Mr Martin

​Standing Committee on State Development – amendment to terms of reference

Agreed to

​340

​Mr Primrose

​Definition of "regional" areas of New South Wales

​Objection taken, not considered as formal business

​342

​Mr Amato

​NSW Police RSL Sub-Branch Remembrance Day celebration

Agreed to

​343

​Mr Moselmane

​Petition against police abuse and racial profiling

​Objection taken, not considered as formal business

​346

Mr Donnelly on behalf of ​Mrs Houssos

​St Gerasimos Saints Day celebration

Agreed to

​348

​Mrs Ward

​Graffiti Removal Day

Agreed to

​349

​Mr Buttigieg

​Bus privatisation

​Objection taken, not considered as formal business

​350

​Mr Latham

​Margaret Court

Agreed to

​353

​Mr Buttigieg

​Sydney Airport workers

​Objection taken, not considered as formal business

PAPERS—TABLED BY  PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARYCommenced 11.06 am
​Mr Farlow tabled a list of unproclaimed legislation as at 12 November 2019
PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEECommenced 11.06 am
​Mr Shoebridge tabled Report No. 4 of the Public Accountability Committee entitled "Regulation of building standards, building quality and building disputes" dated November 2019.
​Mr Shoebridge moved: That the House take note of the report​Debate adjourned until next sitting day
PETITIONSCommenced 11.13 am
​Sand mining and Minnamurra River – Mr Field, 1,480 signatures​Petition received

Retired companion greyhounds – Ms Boyd, 544 signatures

Petition received
NOTICES OF MOTIONSCommenced 11.14 am
Notices given this day
BUSINESS POSTPONEDCommenced 11.22 am
Government Business orders of the day nos 1 to 5: Motion of Mr Harwin​Postponed until later hour
COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPCommenced 11.22 am

The President informed the House that the Clerk had received advice from the Leader of the Opposition of the following changes to committee membership:

Portfolio Committee No. 4 - Industry: Mr Primrose in place of Mr Graham

Portfolio Committee No. 6 - Transport and Customer Service: Mr Graham in place of Mr Primrose

INDEPENDENT ARBITERS REPORT - DISCLOSURES OF MINISTER SIDOTI UNDER THE MINISTERIAL CODE OF CONDUCTCommenced 11.23 am
​​The Clerk tabled report of the Independent Legal Arbiter on the disputed claim of privilege on documents relating to an order for papers regarding disclosures of Minister Sidoti under the Ministerial Code of Conduct
Commenced 11.24 am
Matter of public importance notice of motion no. 1: Motion of Mr Latham
​That the matter of public importance be discussed forthwith.

Ayes: 5 / Noes: 29

Negatived.

(Division No 1 in House)

MUSIC FESTIVALS BILL 2019Commenced 11.47 am
​2nd Reading: Motion of Ms Cusack on behalf of Mr Tudehope​Debate interrupted

​Amendments circulated:

OPP c2019-194D

According to sessional order, proceedings interrupted at 12.00 pm for Questions
QUESTIONSCommenced 12.00 pm

Commenced 1.02 pm

TAKE NOTE OF ANSWERS TO QUESTIONSCommenced 1.03 pm
​​Motion of Mr Secord: That the House take note of answers given this day, and answers received to questions on notice since the last sitting. Agreed to
Lunch1.07 pm - 2.45 pm

MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

Commenced 2.45 pm
​The Deputy President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly agreeing to the Council's amendments to the Right to Farm Bill 2019 
MUSIC FESTIVALS BILL 2019Commenced 2.45 pm
​2nd Reading: Motion of Ms Cusack on behalf of Mr Tudehope​Debate adjourned until a later hour of the sitting

​Amendments circulated:

OPP c2019-194D

GRN c2019-245A, c2019-238A

 

STATUTE LAW (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) BILL (NO 2) 2019Commenced 3.32 pm
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mrs Ward on behalf of Mrs Mitchell​Agreed to
​3rd reading

​Agreed to

BIll returned to Assembly.

CHILDREN'S GUARDIAN BILL 2019Commenced 3.43 pm
2nd reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope​Debate adjourned until a later hour of the sitting
 
WATER SUPPLY (CRITICAL NEEDS) BILL 2019Commenced 4.33 pm
2nd reading: Motion of Mr Franklin
​Debate in progress