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Running Record (08 February 2024)

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No. 41

Thursday 8 February 2024

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MEETING OF THE HOUSE​​​
Commenced ​10.00 am​
PRAYERS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT O​F COUNTRY

FORMAL BUSINESS
ITEM NO.MEMBERTITLE 
PMB No. 711Dr CohnHealth impacts of traffic emissionsObjected to, not considered as formal business
PMB No. 771
Mr Tudehope
Motion to table privileged document—Palliative care funding commitment Agreed to
PMB No. 772Mrs WardMotion to table privileged documents—Transition Office and Coordinator General, Transport for NSW Agreed to
PMB No. 773Mr ButtigiegHindu Council of Australia Deepavali celebration 2023 Agreed to​

RETURNS TO ORDERSCommenced  10.04 am

The Clerk announced receipt of the following return to order presented out of session:

  1. Palliative care fund​ing commitment​

​The Clerk tabled documents ​considered to be not privilged in the reports of the Independent Legal Arbiter relating to the following orders:
  1. Palliative care funding commitment
  2. ​Transition Office and Coordinator General, Transport for NSW


PUBLICATION OF WRITTEN ANSWER TO SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION WITHOUT NOTICEWritten answers for publication in Hansard


NOTICES OF MOTIONS​​Notices giv​en​ this day

PAPERS TABLED
Commenced 10.20 am
Mrs Sharpe ​tabled a pape​r​
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​Mr Mookhey tabled a paper

BUSINESS POSTPONED
​​Government business notices of motions nos 4 and 5, postponed to a later hour

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PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE - REFERENCE
Commenced 10.22 am
​Mrs Sharpe amended BOH No. 1, by leave

​​Motion of Mrs Sharpe: BOH No. 1​
​Agreed to​

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MATTER OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE - WORKPLACE SAFETY IN THE NSW PUBLIC SECTOR
Commenced 10.26 am

Question: That matter of public importance notice of motion no. 1 be discussed forthwith.

Agreed to
​Motion of Mr Latham: MPI no. 1:
That the following matter of public importance be discussed forthwith: The importance of workplace safety in the New South Wales public sector, especially with regard to threats and acts of violence against government employees.
​Debate inter​r​upted


Proceedings interrupted for Questions
QUESTIONS
Commenced 11.00 am 
SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN ANSWER

Commenced 12.00 pm


TAKE NOTE OF ANSWERS DEBATE
Commenced 12.01 pm​


Lunch
12.32​ ​pm until 2.00 pm
CONDUCT OF BUSINESSCommenced 2.00 pm

Motion of Mr Graham: That proceedings be interrupted at 2.30 pm to allow government business notice of motion no. 1 regarding the passing of the Honourable Michael Egan AO, to take precedence.​

Agreed to

MATTER OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE - WORKPLACE SAFETY IN THE NSW PUBLIC SECTORCommenced 2.01 pm
​Motion of Mr Latham: MPI no. 1:
That the following matter of public importance be discussed forthwith: The importance of workplace safety in the New South Wales public sector, especially with regard to threats and acts of violence against government ​employees.
​Debate concluded



PASSING OF THE HONOURABLE MICHAEL EGAN AO
Co​mmenced 2.33 pm
​The President acknowledged and welcomed visitors to the gallery. 
​​Motion of Mr Mookhey: Government notice of motion no. 1
Agreed to, members and officers standing​

Commenced 4.14 pm
​Bill introduced, 1st read and published

​Statement of public interest tabled​​
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​2nd Reading: Motion of Ms Sharpe
Debate adjourned for 5 calendar days
Commenced 4.32 pm
​Bill introduced, 1st read and published

​Statement of public interest tabled​​
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Graham
Debate adjourned for 5 calendar days​
Commenced 4.48 pm
Note: circulated amendments are published via the bill webpage 
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Buttigieg (on behalf of Mr Mookhey)
Agreed to
​In committee, bill taken as a whole

Oppn amdts 1 to 3, sheet c2023-165B​: Motion of Mrs Carter
Negatived​, on division (Ayes: 16  / Noes: 21  )
Bill reported from committee without amendment

​​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Buttigieg
​Agreed to and returned to Assembly without​ amendment
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CRIME AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2023​​​
Commenced 6.09 p​m
Note: circulated amendments are published via the bill webpage 
​2nd Reading:​ Motion of Mr Buttigieg (on behalf of Mr Mookhey)
Agreed to
​​In committee, bill taken as a whole

​Oppn amdt no 1, sheet c2023-135B​: Motion of Mrs Carter
​Negatived
​Bill reported from committee without amendment

​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Buttigieg
​​Agreed to and returned to Assembly without​ amendment​​​
RETURNS TO ORDERSCommenced 7.02 pm

The Clerk announced receipt of the following return to order:

  1. Alleged incidents on the Coffs Harbour bypass project

The Clerk tabled documents with personal information redacted relating to the following order:
  1. Staffing requests from ministerial offices​
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INSTITUTIONS LEGI​SLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2023​​​​
Commenced 7.03 p​m
​2nd Reading:​ Motion of Mr D'Adam (on behalf of Mr Mookhey)
Agreed to
​​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr D'Adam
​Agreed to an​d returned to Assembly without​ amendment​​​

DETENTION ​LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (PROHIBITION ON SPIT HOODS) BILL 2023​​​​

Commenced 7.13 p​m
T​he Deputy President acknowledged and welcomed visitors to the gallery. 
​2nd Reading:​ Motion of Mr D'Adam (on behalf of Mr Mookhey)
Agreed to
​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr D'Adam
​​Agreed to and returned to Assembly without​ amendment​​​
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ADJOURNMENT DEBATE​
The House adjourned at 8.08​ pm until Tue​sday, 12 March 2024 at 12.30 pm.
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