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Running Record (21 September 2017)

No. 125

Thursday 21 September 2017


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MEETING OF THE HOUSE

 Commenced 10.01 am

The President took the Chair, prayers read.

ASSENT TO BILLS
Commenced 10.04 am

​The President reported receipt of messages from His Excellency the Governor assenting to the following bills:

Apprenticeship and Traineeship Amendment Bill 2017

Public Health Amendment (Review) Bill 2017 

 
PROTEST - RETAIL TRADING AMENDMENT (BOXING DAY) 2017Commenced 10.05 am

​The President informed the House that seven members signed a protest of the passing of the bill titled Retail Trading Amendment (Boxing Day) Bill 2017:
1. Because if enacted it will force many hundreds of thousands of retail workers to work on Boxing Day and Christmas Day.
2. Because we believe that this will have a significant detrimental effect on lives of retail workers and their families.
3. Because we believe the passage of this bill did not reflect the vote of the majority of the House.

FORMAL BUSINESSCommenced 10.06 am
​​PMB 1526 - Mr Veitch - SO52—Order for Papers—Water-Sharing Plan for the Barwon-Darling Unregulated and Alluvial Water Sources​Objection taken, not considered as formal business
​​​​PMB 1530 - Mr Veitch - SO52—Order for Papers—Construction of a water channel on ‘Miralwyn’ cotton farm near BrewarrinaObjection taken, not considered as formal business
PMB 1542 - Ms Sharpe - SO52—Order for Papers—Water-Sharing Plan for the Barwon-Darling Unregulated and Alluvial Water Sources and the related Floodplain Management Plan​Objection taken, not considered as formal business

PMB 1604 - Mr Mookhey - SO52—Lord Ganesha

Objection taken, not considered as formal business
PAPERS—TABLED BY PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARYCommenced 10.08 am

Mr Farlow tabled "Auburn Public Inquiry 2016 – Written submissions of Counsel Assisting" relating to the report of the Office of Local Government entitled "Auburn City Council Public Inquiry" tabled 10 March 2017.

 

PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE NO. 3 - EDUCATION REPORT

Commenced 10.08 am

Mr Amato tabled Report No. 37 entitled, "Education of students with a disability or special needs in New South Wales", dated September 2017, together with related papers
​The House take note of the report: Motion of Mr Amato​Debate adjourned until next sitting day.
NOTICES OF MOTIONSCommenced 10.10 am
Notices of motions given this day
CONDUCT OF BUSINESS - ORDER OF PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESSCommenced 10.22 am

Mrs Maclaren-Jones moved that the order of private members' business for today be as follows:

1. Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill: Motion of Mr Khan (PMB 1520 outside the order of precedence)

2. Alcoholic Beverages Advertising Prohibition Bill 2015: Motion of Revd Mr Nile (PMB 5 outside the order of precedence)

3. M5 South West toll: Motion of Mr Mookhey(PMB 1615 outside the order of precedence)

4.  Big hART Project O in Cooma: Motion of Mrs Taylor (PMB 1455 outside the order of precedence)

5. Bravehearts’ White Balloon Day: Motion of Mr Green (PMB 1572 outside the order of precedence)

6. Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Addressing Climate Change) Bill and cognates: Motion of Mr Shoebridge (PMB 1566 outside the order of precedence)

 Agreed to
VOLUNTARY ASSISTED DYING BILL 2017Commenced 10.25 am
PMB No. 1520 outside the order of precedence. Motion of Mr Khan
​Bill introduced, read first time and printed: Motion of Mr Khan​Agreed to
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Khan​Debate adjourned for 5 calendar days
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ADVERTISING PROHIBITION BILL 2015Commenced 10.45 am

PMB No. 5 outside the order of precedence. ​2nd Reading: Motion of Revd Mr Nile

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​Mr Field moved: That the question be amended by omitting 'be now read a second time' and inserting instead 'be referred to Portfolio Committee No. 1 - Premier and Finance for inquiry and report'​Agreed to.
MATTER OF PRIVILEGE - RETAIL TRADING AMENDMENT (BOXING DAY) 2017Commenced 11.10 am
​Ms Sharpe raised a matter of privilege in relation to the Retail Trading Amendment (Boxing Day) 2017
M5 SOUTH WEST TOLLCommenced 11.15 am

PMB No. 1615 outside the order of precedence: Motion of Mr Mookhey

​Negatived

Ayes: 15/ Noes: 18

SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS - RETAIL TRADING AMENDMENT (BOXING DAY) 2017Commenced 12.40 pm
​Ms Sharpe, by leave, moved: That standing orders be suspended to allow a motion to be moved forthwith to rescind the motion for the third reading of the Retail Trading Amendment (Boxing Day) Bill 2017.​Agreed to
​Ms Sharpe then moved: That the House rescind the motion for the third reading of the Retail Trading Amendment (Boxing Day) Bill 2017.

​Negatived 

Ayes: 15  / Noes: 18

Lunch1.00 pm - 2.30 pm
According to sessional order, proceedings interrupted at 2.30 pm for Questions
QUESTIONSCommenced 2.30 pm

COMMITTEE OF THE INDEPENDENT COMMISSION AGAINST CORRUPTION REPORT

Commenced 3.33 pm
Revd Mr Nile tabled Report No. 3/56 entitled, "Review of the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 Annual Reports of the ICAC Inspector", dated September 2017
​The House take note of the report: Motion of Revd Mr Nile​Agreed to. Debate adjourned until next sitting day

STAYSAFE (JOINT STANDING COMMITTEE ON ROAD SAFETY) REPORT

Commenced 3.34 pm
Mr Farlow tabled Report No. 3/56 entitled, "Driver education, training and road safety in NSW", dated September 2017
​The House take note of the report: Motion of Mr Farlow

Agreed to. Debate adjourned until next sitting day

BIG HART PROJECT O IN COOMACommenced 3.35 pm

PMB No. 1455  outside the order of precedence: Motion of Mrs Taylor

Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones: That the debate be adjourned to the next sitting day.

Debate adjourned to the next sitting day

BRAVEHEARTS' WHITE BALLOON DAYCommenced 3.35 pm

PMB No. 1572 outside the order of precedence: Motion of Mr Green

Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones: That the debate be adjourned to the next sitting day.

Debate adjourned to the next sitting day

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT AMENDMENT (ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE) BILL 2017  and cognates

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AMENDMENT (CLIMATE CHANGE) BILL 2017
PRESERVATION OF TREES AND PUBLIC OPEN SPACE (MISCELLANEOUS LEGISLATION AMENDMENT) BILL 2017

Commenced 3.37 pm
PMB No. 1566 outside the order of precedence. Motion of Mr Shoebridge
​Bill introduced, read first time and printed: Motion of Mr Shoebridge​Agreed to
​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Shoebridge ​Adjourned for five calendar days
ADJOURNMENT​Commenced 3.52 pm
That the House do now adjourn: Motion of Mr Blair

Agreed to.

The House adjourned at 4.17 pm until Tuesday 10 October 2017, at 2.30 pm