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Running Record (10 June 2021)

 ​​​No. 90

Thursday 10 June 2021

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MEETING OF THE HOUSECommenced 10.00 am
The President took the Chair, prayers read. The President acknowledged the Gadigal clan of the Eora nation.
FORMAL BUSINESS ​ ​

Commenced 10.03 am
Item No.Member with carriageSubjectResult

​1191

Mr Franklin

​ShelterBox Australia

​Agreed to

​1235

Mr Franklin​

​Cancer Council and Australia's Biggest Morning Tea 2021

​Agreed to

 1241

Mr Mookhey

​Tabling of privileged documents—Revenue NSW Investigations

​Agreed to

​1242

Mr Banasiak​

​Tabling of privileged documents—Narrandera to Tocumwal Rail Line Reopening Feasibility Study

​Agreed to

​1246

Mr Searle

​Tabling of privileged documents—Wages Policy Taskforce

​Agreeed to, as by leave amended

​1249

​Mr Shoebridge

​Return of Murugappan family to Biloela

Objection taken, not considered as formal business

 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE PROVISIONS OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH AMENDMENT (REGISTERED NURSES IN NURSING HOMES) BILL 2020 - REPORT

Commenced 10.07 am

Mrs Houssos tabled report entitled, 'Provisions of the Public Health Amendment (Registered Nurses in Nursing Homes) Bill 2020', dated June 2021 together with related papers.

​The House take note of the report: Motion of Mrs Houssos
​Debate adjourned until next sitting day
PAPER—TABLED BY PRIVATE MEMBERCommenced 10.14 am

Mr Shoebridge, by leave, tabled a document comprising a printout of the names of 18,791 citizens who have signed an online petition concerning the death of David Dungay Junior.

NOTICES OF MOTIONSCommenced 10.15 am
Notices given this day
BUSINESS POSTPONEDCommenced 10.18 am
Government business notice of motion no. 1: Motion of Mr Tudehope
​Postponed until a later hour
WRITTEN ANSWER TO QUESTION WITHOUT NOTICECommenced 10.18 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.
DISALLOWANCE OF STATUTORY RULE - PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT OPERATIONS (GENERAL) AMENDMENT (NATIVE FOREST BIO-MATERIAL) REGULATION 2020Commenced 10.19 am
​Business of the House Notice of Motion no. 1: Notice of Motion: Motion of Mr Field

Question: That the matter proceed as business of the House

Agreed to

​Motion of Mr Field: That the matter be considered forthwith​Agreed to
​Motion of Mr Field: That the House disallow the regulation
​Negatived
MATTER OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE - GOVERNMENT'S ENERGY PROGRAMCommenced 10.58 am
​Motion of Mr Latham: That the following matter of public importance be discussed forthwith: The failure of the Government's energy programs.
​Debate interrupted. 
According to sessional order, proceedings interrupted at 12.00 pm for Questions
QUESTIONSCommenced 12.00 pm
SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION FOR WRITTEN ANSWER

Commenced 1.04 pm

TAKE NOTE OF ANSWERS TO QUESTIONSCommenced 1.04 pm
​​Motion of Mrs Houssos: That the House take note of answers given this day
​Agreed to
Lunch1.30 pm - 3.00 pm
MINISTERIAL STATEMENTCommenced 3.00 pm
​​Mr Tudehope made a statement concerning the appointments of parliamentary secretaries 

RETURN TO ORDERCommenced 3.01 pm
The Clerk announced receipt of a return to an order for papers received this day, relating to transmission and connection lines for Snowy 2.0.

MATTER OF PUBLIC IMPORTANCE - GOVERNMENT'S ENERGY PROGRAMCommenced 3.03 pm
​Motion of Mr Latham: That the following matter of public importance be discussed forthwith: The failure of the Government's energy programs.
​Debate concluded. 
TABLING OF PRIVILEGED DOCUMENTSCommenced 3.10 pm

​The Clerk tabled a document not considered privileged by the Independent Legal Arbiter, the Honourable Keith Mason AC QC, on the disputed claim of privilege on papers relating to Narrandera to Tocumwal Rail Line Reopening Feasibility Study.


ELECTORAL LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS) BILL 2021Commenced 3.11 pm
Gov Bus NoM No. 2: Motion of Mr Harwin
​Bill introduced, 1st reading and printing: Motion of Mr Harwin
​Agreed to
​Bill declared an urgent bill: Motion of Mr Harwin​Agreed to
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Harwin
 2R debate adjourned for 5 calendar days
BUSINESS POSTPONEDCommenced 3.28 pm
Government business order of the day nos 1-7: Motion of Mr Mallard
​Postponed until later hour
BUILDING LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2021Commenced 3.28 pm
2nd reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope
​Agreed to

​Amendments circulated:

GRN c2021-064A

​In Committee ​Commenced 3.44 pm
​Bill taken as a whole
​Mr Shoebridge, by leave, moved GRNS amdts nos 1 to 3 on sheet c2021-064A, in globo​Agreed to
​Bill, as amended, agreed to
​Bill reported with amendments, report adopted
​3rd reading: Motion of Mr Farlow​Agreed to
CONDOLENCE MOTION - HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE PHILIP THE DUKE OF EDINBURGHCommenced 4.02 pm
Motion of Mr Harwin: That an Address of Condolence to Her Majesty the Queen and members of the Royal Family be adopted.
Agreed to
MESSAGE FROM ASSEMBLY - PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS AMENDMENT BILL 2021Commenced 4.35 pm
President reported message from the Assembly concerning the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Amendment Bill 2021, informing the Council, the Assembly agrees with Council amendment no. 1, does not agree to Council amendments nos 2 to 4, and requests the concurrence of the Council to Assembly amendments nos 1 to 3 as contained in the message.
​Motion of Mr Franklin: That the message be considered in Committee forthwith​Agreed to
​In Committee ​Commenced 4.37 pm
​Mr Franklin moved: That the Council does not insist on Council amendments nos 2 to 4, and agrees to Assembly amendments nos 1 to 3.Agreed to
​Committee reported, report adopted.
​Motion Mr Franklin: That a message be sent to the Assembly.

​Agreed to.

MUTUAL RECOGNITION (NEW SOUTH WALES) AMENDMENT BILL 2021Commenced 4.49 pm
2nd reading: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope)
Agreed to
​Amendments circulated: 
OPP c2021-071E
​Consideration in Committee of the Whole

Leave granted to take the bill as a whole
​Mr Buttigieg moved Opposition no. 1 on sheet c2020-071E
​Agreed to
Bill, as amended
​Agreed to 

Bill reported in the House
3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Farlow (on behalf of Mr Tudehope) 
​Agreed to 

Bill returned to the Assembly with an amendment.

 

ADJOURNMENT​Commenced 5.29 am
That the House do now adjourn: Motion of Mr Harwin.

Agreed to.

The House adjourned at 5.58 pm until Tuesday 22 June 2020 at 2.30 pm.