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Running Record (22 October 2020)

 ​​​No. 65

Thursday 22 October 2020

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THE HOUSE MEETS AT 10.00 am

 

MEETING OF HOUSE

 Commenced 10.00 am

The President took the Chair, prayers read.


ATTENDANCE OF THE LEADER OF THE GOVERNMENT IN HIS PLACE

Commenced 10.02 am

​The Clerk tabled correspondence relating to an order for papers regarding the Stronger Communities Fund - Further order 

​The President, called on the Leader of the Government to explain his reasons for continued non-compliance

​Mr Harwin addressed the House from his place at the Table 
BILL FORWARDED FROM THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLYCommenced 10.15 am

​The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly forwarding the following bills for concurrence:

Community Land Development Bill 2020 and Community Land Management Bill 2020 

Road Transport Legislation Amendment Bill 2020

 
​1st Reading and printing: Motion of Mr Tudehope
​Agreed to. 2nd reading to be considered next sitting day
FORMAL BUSINESS ​ ​
​Commenced 10.16 am
Item No.
Member with carriageSubjectResult
705
Mr Fang
Moyra Shields

Agreed to

REGULATION COMMITTEEREPORT

Commenced 10.17 am

Mr Veitch tabled Report No. 7 entitled "Making of delegated legislation in New South Wales", dated October 2020 together with related papers

​The House take note of the report: Motion of Mr Veitch
​Debate adjourned until a later hour.
RETURNS TO ORDER FOR PAPERSCommenced 10.18 am

The Clerk, according to an order of the House, tabled a return relating to Ministerial Disclosures of Private Benefits for Mr Daryl Maguire.

 


NOTICES OF MOTIONSCommenced 10. 18 am
​List to be attached shortly. 

BUSINESS POSTPONEDCommenced 10.29 am
Business of the House notice of motion no. 1: Motion of Mr Searle
Postponed until next sitting day. 
​Government business notices of motion no. 1 to 3 and order of the day no. 1: Motions of Mr Tudehope
Postponed until later hour of sitting
​Matter of Public Importance notice of motion no.1: Motion of Mrs Houssos
​Postponed until Thursday 12 November 2020
PERSONAL EXPLANATIONCommenced 10.31 am

Ms Moselmane made a personal explanation


WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY AMENDMENT (INFORMATION EXCHANGE) BILL 2020Commenced 10.40 am

​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow

Amendments circulated:

OPP: c2020-192A

GREENS: c2020-194Ac2020-193A

GOVT: c2020128I

Agreed to
​Consideration of Committee of the Whole
​Agreed to
​Leave granted to take bill as a whole
​Agreed to
Mr Farlow, by leave, moved Government amendment nos. 1 to 3 on sheet c2020128I, in globo

​​Mr Mookhey, moved Opposition amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-192A to Government amendment no. 2 on sheet c2020128I 

Mr Shoebridge, moved Greens amendment no. 1 on sheet ​c2020-193A to Government amendment no. 2 on sheet c2020128I
​Agreed to


​Question: That Government amendment no. 2 on sheet c2020128I as amended, be agreed to
​Agreed to 
​Question: That Government amendment nos 1 and 3 on sheet c2020128I be agreed to 
​Agreed to
​Mr Shoebridge, moved Greens amendment no. 1 on sheet ​c2020-194A 
​Agreed to
​​Bill, as amended
​Agreed to
​​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
​Agreed to

Bill returned to the Assembly with amendment

ANSWER TO SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION WITHOUT NOTICECommenced 11.33 am
The President informed the House of the publication in today's Hansard of a written answer to a supplementary question lodged with the Clerk since the last sitting of the House.

NATIONAL PARKS AND WILDLIFE LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (RESERVATIONS) BILL 2020Commenced 11.34 am
Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
​Bill introduced, 1st reading and printing: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
​Agreed to
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)

​Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones
​ 2R debate adjourned for 5 calendar days

JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON COERCIVE CONTROL

Commenced 11.47 am
​Motion of Mr Tudehope: Message be returned to Legislative Assembly
​Agreed to
DRUG SUPPLY PROHIBITION ORDER PILOT SCHEME BILL 2020Commenced 11.55 am
Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
​Bill introduced, 1st reading and printing: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
​Agreed to
​​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
​Debate interrupted
According to sessional order, proceedings interrupted at 12.00 pm for Questions
QUESTIONSCommenced 12.00 pm
SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION FOR WRITTEN ANSWER

Commenced 1.02 pm

TAKE NOTE OF ANSWERS TO QUESTIONSCommenced 1.03 pm
​​Motion of Mr Houssos: That the House take note of answers given this day, and answers received to questions on notice since the last sitting.
​Agreed to
Lunch1.30 pm - 3.00 pm
COUNCIL AMENDMENTS AGREED TO BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY​Commenced 3.03 pm

The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly advising that it had agreed to  the Council's amendments to the Work Health and Safety Amendment (Information Exchange) Bill 2020.


DRUG SUPPLY PROHIBITION ORDER PILOT SCHEME BILL 2020Commenced 3.03 pm
​​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope) 
​ 
​Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones 
​2R debate adjourned for 5 calendar days
NOTICE OF MOTIONCommenced 3.17 pm
Mr Searle, by leave, gave notice of a motion relating to the non-compliance with an order of the House regarding the Stronger Communities Fund.
​ 
RETIREMENT VILLAGES AMENDMENT BILL 2020Commenced 3.20 pm
Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)

​Bill introduced, 1st reading and printing: Motion of  Mrs Maclaren-Jones (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
​Agreed to
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones (on behalf of Mr Tudehope) 
​Debate in progress
​Motion of Mr Farraway
​2R debate adjourned for 5 calendar days

ROAD TRANSPORT LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2020

Commenced 3.58 pm

​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Harwin)

Amendments circulated:

GRN: c2020-187B

OPP: c2020-184G

​Agreed to
​Consideration in Committee of the Whole
​​Leave granted to take the bill as a whole

Mr Shoebridge moved Greens amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-187B
Negatived

Ayes: 5  / Noes: 33
​Ms Boyd, by leave, moved Greens amendment nos 2 and 3 on sheet c2020-187B, in globo
​Agreed to
​Mr Graham moved Opposition amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-184G
Agreed to
​​Bill, as amended
​Agreed to

Bill reported to the House
​​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow 
​Agreed to

Bill returned to the Assembly with amendment.
MINISTERIAL STATEMENTCommenced 5.47 pm
Mrs Mitchell made a statement relating to an answer given during question time. 
​ 
BUSINESS POSTPONEDCommenced 5.48 pm
Government business order of the day no. 1: Motion of Mr Harwin
Postponed until later hour
LIQUOR AMENDMENT (24-HOUR ECONOMY) BILL 2020Commenced 5.48 pm

​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Harwin (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)

Amendments circulated: See bill page for amendments

​Agreed to
​Mr Graham moved an instruction to Committee of the Whole 
​Agreed to 
Dinner6.30 pm - 7.30 pm
LIQUOR AMENDMENT (24-HOUR ECONOMY) BILL 2020Commenced 7.30 pm

​Ms Cusack moved an instruction to Committee of the Whole 

Amendments circulated: See bill page for amendments

​Agreed to
​In committee ​7.31 pm
​Bill taken as a whole.
​Mr Graham, by leave, moved Oppn amendment nos 1 to 3 on sheet c2020-170A, in globo​Agreed to
​Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-173L​Agreed to
​Mr Graham, by leave, moved Oppn amendment nos 2 to 3 on sheet c2020-173L, in globoAgreed to
​Mr Graham, by leave, moved Oppn amendment nos 4 to 6 on sheet c2020-173L, in globo​​Agreed to
​Ms Cusack, by leave, moved Gov amendment nos 2 to 7 on sheet c2020-191G, in globo​​Agreed to
​Mr Graham, by leave, moved Oppn amendment nos 1 to 2 on sheet c2020-200A, in globo​​​​Agreed to
​​Ms Cusack, by leave, moved Gov amendment nos 8 to 11 on sheet c2020-191G, in globo​Agreed to
​Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 6 on sheet c2020-197​​Agreed to
Ms Cusack moved Gov amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-199A​Agreed to
​​Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-178E​Agreed to
​Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 5 on sheet c2020-197​Agreed to
​Ms Faehrmann moved GRNS amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-159E​Agreed to
​Ms Faehrmann moved GRNS amendment no. 2 on sheet c2020-159E

​Mr Graham requested that the questions on the parts of GRNS amendment no. 2, part 7A and part 7B, on sheet c2020-159E be put separately-

​​Ms Faehrmann, by leave, moved that part 7A of GRNS amendment no. 2, on sheet c2020-159E, be omitted as part of the amendment​Agreed to
Question: Amendment of Ms Faehrmann, GRNS amendment no. 2 on sheet c2020-159E, as by leave amendedAgreed to
​Ms Faehrmann moved GRNS amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-161​Agreed to
​Ms Cusack, by leave, moved Gov amendment nos 1 to 2 on sheet c2020-190E, in globo​​Agreed to
Ms Faehrmann, by leave, moved GRNS amendment nos 1 to 7 on sheet c2020-166A, in globoNegatived
Ayes: 5 / Noes: 28
Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 7 on sheet c2020-173L
​Agreed to
Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 8 on sheet c2020-173L
Agreed to
Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 8 on sheet c2020-197
Agreed to
Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 9 on sheet c2020-173L
Agreed to
Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 11 on sheet c2020-173L
Agreed to
Mr Graham moved Oppn amendment no. 12 on sheet c2020-173L
Agreed to
Mr Graham, by leave, moved Oppn amendment nos. 1 to 3 on sheet c2020-196C
Agreed to
Ms Cusack, by leave, moved Gov amendment nos. 3 to 5 on sheet c2020-190E, in globo
Agreed to
Mr Graham, by leave, moved Oppn amendment nos. 13 to 14 on sheet c2020-173L
Agreed to
Mr Graham, by leave, moved Oppn amendment nos. 15 to 16 on sheet c2020-173L
Agreed to
Ms Cusack moved Gov amendment no. 1 on sheet c2020-174EAgreed to
​Motion that the Chair report progress to the House
Agreed to 
​Progress reported in the House
​Further consideration postponed to a later hour
COUNCIL AMENDMENTS AGREED TO BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY​Commenced 9.39 pm

The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly advising that it had agreed to  the Council's amendments to the Road Transport Legislation Amendment Bill 2020


PROCEDURE COMMITTEE—E-PETITIONS REPORT​Commenced 9.40 pm

The President tabled report entitled "E-Petitions in the Legislative Council", dated October 2020 together with related papers


ADJOURNMENT​Commenced 9.41 pm

That the House do now adjourn: Motion of Mr Tudehope

Agreed to.

The House adjourned at 10.08 pm until Tuesday 10 November 2020 at 2.30 pm