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Running Record (17 November 2022)

​​​No. 150

Thursday 17 November 2022

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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.


ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND DEPARTMENT OF PARLIAMENTARY SERVICES
Commenced 10.03 am

The President, table the following annual reports for the year ended 30 June 2022, together with the Financial Performance report of the Parliament of New South Wales:

(1) Department of the Legislative Council.
(2) Department of Parliamentary Services.



STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT—'THE IMMORTALS' VIDEO SERIESCommenced 10.03 am

The President to make a statement about 'The Immortals' video series.

 





FORMAL BUSINESS ​ ​

Commenced 10.05 am
Item No.Member with carriageSubjectResult
1945
Mr Farlow
National Korean War Veterans Day 2022
​Agreed to

1946
Mr Farlow 
R U OK Day and World Suicide Prevention Day
Agreed to
1984
Mr Farlow
Republic of India Independence Day
​Agreed to
​1985
​Mr Farlow
Mental Health Month 2022
​Agreed to
​2039
​Mr Farlow
​Korean Festival 2022
​Agreed to
​2128
​Mr Martin
Hunter Medical Research Institute Awards 2022)
​Agreed to
​2129
​Mr Martin
Hunter Manufacturing Awards 2022
​Agreed to
​2131
​Ms Boyd
Aboriginal Child Protection Case 
​Objection taken
2132
​Ms Boyd
Auslan Interpreter Workforce Shortage
​Agreed to
​2133
​Mr Buttigieg
Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts
​Agreed to
​2134
​Mr Buttigieg 
Brighton RSL 
​Agreed to
​2139
​Mr Farlow
​30th Anniversary of the Sydney Jewish Museum
​Agreed to
​2140
​Mr Farlow
​BEING Mental Health Consumers Conference and Gala Dinner
​Agreed to


PAPERSCommenced 10.11 am
Mr Primrose, tabled Independent Complaints Officer Investigations Protocol, as approved by the Privileges Committee.


PETITIONSCommenced 10.12 am

Ms Boyd tabled a petition

Petition received


NOTICES OF MOTIONSCommenced 10.12 am
Notices given this day


NOTICE OF MOTION WITHDRAWN 
Commenced 10.16 am
​​Mr Field withdrew matter of public importance no. 2 on the Notice Paper for today relating to the findings and recommendations of the New South Wales Crime Commission's Operation Islington, an Inquiry into Money Laundering via Electronic Gaming Machines in pubs and clubs.


POSTPONEMENT OF BUSINESS 
Commenced 10.16 am
According to standing order, the Clerk advised the House of the following postponements:

(1)   Business of the House notice of motion no. 1 standing in the name of Ms Boyd, postponed until                 the next sitting day.
(2)   Matter of public importance standing in the name of Mr Graham, postponed until the next sitting day.





BUSINESS OF THE HOUSECommenced 10.30 am
Mr Tudehope, moved Business of the House no. 1.

That the House:
(a)  agrees to and adopts the Standing Rules and Orders set out in the Notice Paper schedule, and
(b)  authorises the President to present such Standing Rules and Orders  to Her Excellency the Governor for approval.
Agreed to


INTEGRITY LEGISLATION AMENDMENT BILL 2022
Commenced  10.44 am
Second Reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope (on behalf of Mrs Mitchell)
Agreed to
​Third reading
​Agreed to

Returned to the Legislative Assembly without amendment.


COUNCIL AMENDMENTS AGREED TO BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY​Commenced 11.21 am

The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly advising that it had agreed to  the Council's amendments to the Fisheries Management Amendment (Enforcement Powers) Bill 2022.



MESSAGE FROM THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY​Commenced 11.21 am

The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly advising of the 25th Anniversary fof the California sister state relationship.



GOVERNMENT SECTOR EMPLOYMENT AMENDMENT BILL 2022
Commenced 11.23 am
​2nd Reading: Mr Tudehope 

Amendments circulated:
OPP c2022-221F

​​Consideration in Committee of the WholeSecond Reading
​​Leave granted to take the bill as a whole
Mr Mookhey, by leave, moved OPP amendments nos 1-8 on sheet c2022-221F, in globo
​Agreed to
​Bill, as amended
​Agreed to
​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope
​Agreed to

Bill returned to the Assembly with amendments.


NSW RECONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY BILL 2022 
Commenced 11.47 am
Consideration in Committee of the Whole

Amendments circulated:
FIELD c2022-241
FIELD c2022-237
FIELD c2022-239A
FIELD c2022-240A
GRNS c2022-234G
FIELD c2022-238C
​​Leave granted to take the bill as a whole
​Ms Faehrmann moved GRNS amendment no 1 on sheet c2022-243G
​Debate interrupted


According to sessional order, proceedings interrupted at 12.00 pm for Questions
QUESTIONSCommenced 12.00 pm
SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS FOR WRITTEN ANSWER

Commenced 12.59 pm 

TAKE NOTE OF ANSWERS TO QUESTIONSCommenced 1.00 pm 
​​Motion of Mrs 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
NSW RECONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY BILL 2022 
Commenced 3.00 pm
Consideration in Committee of the Whole

Amendments circulated:
FIELD c2022-241
FIELD c2022-237
FIELD c2022-239A
FIELD c2022-240A
GRNS c2022-234G
FIELD c2022-238C
​​Chair of Committees made a statement regarding Mr Field's amendments

​Ms Faehrmann moved GRNS amendment no. 1 on sheet c2022-243G
​Negatived
Ms Faehrmann, by leave, moved GRNS amendments nos. 12 and 14 on sheet c2022-243G, in globo
​Agreed to
​Mr Field moved FIELD amendment no. 1 on sheet c2022-240A
​Negatived
​Mr Field, by leave, moved FIELD amendments nos. 1 and 2 on sheet c2022-237, in globo
Agreed to
Ms Faehrmann, by leave, moved GRNS amendments nos. 3, 4, 13 and 15 on sheet c2022-243G, in globo
Negatived
Ms Faehrmann, by leave, moved GRNS amendments nos. 8 and 10 on sheet c2022-243G, in globo
​Negatived
Ms Faehrmann, by leave, moved GRNS amendments nos. 2, 7, 9, 11, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23 and 24 on sheet c2022-243G, in globo
​Negatived

Ayes: 7/Noes: 27

(Division no. 1 in Committee)
​Mr Field moved amend FIELD amendment no. 1 on sheet c2022-241
Negatived
​Bill, as amended
​Agreed to

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

Bill returned to the Assembly with amendment
TABLING OF ANNUAL REPORTSCommenced 4.38 pm 
Mr Mallard, on behalf of Mr Tudehope, tabled a number of annual reports

TABLING OF PRIVILEGED DOCUMENTSCommenced 4.38 pm
​The Clerk tabled according to resolutions of the House of Thursday 11 November 2022, the following documents received this day from the Department of Premier and Cabinet:
  1. additional copies of documents considered not privileged in the report of the Independent Legal Arbiter, dated 24 October 2022, relating to Central Barangaroo, and

  2. redacted documents considered not privileged in the report of the Independent Legal Arbiter, dated 31 October 2022, relating to the appointment of Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner.
MOTOR ACCIDENT INJURIES AMENDMENT BILL 2022
Commenced 4.39 pm
2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Mallard



Consideration in Committee of the Whole

Amendments circulated:

OPP c2022-205A
PHON 1

​Mr Roberts moved PHON 1 amendment no. 1 
Negatived

Ayes: 9  /  Noes:  26
(Division no.2 in Committee) 
​Mr Veitch moved Opposition amendments no. 4-8 on sheet c2022-205A in globo 
Agreed to 
​Bill, as amended 
​Agreed to 
​Report adopted 
​Agreed to 
​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Mallard 
​Agreed to 

Bill returned to the Assembly with amendment
CONSTITUTION (DISCLOSURES BY MEMBERS) REGULATION
Commenced 5.16 pm 
​​The Minister (Mr Tuedehope) seeked  leave of the House to move a motion without notice relating to proposed changes to the Constitution (Disclosures by Members) Regulation. 

(1)     Notes that the Integrity Legislation Amendment Bill 2022, having passed the Parliament, the Government will in due course make changes to the Constitution (Disclosure by Members) Regulation 1983.

 

(2)     Notes the requirements of section 14A(5) of the Constitution Act 1902 that a designated committee of the Legislative Council must be afforded the opportunity to consider and make representations with respect to any such proposed changes, and that such representations must be taken into account.  

 

(3)     Designates the Privileges Committee as the committee for this purpose.

 

(4)     Requires the Privileges Committee to report to the House on its review of any proposed changes to the Constitution (Disclosure by Members) Regulation 1983.  


​Agreed to 
SPECIAL ADJOURNMENT Commenced 5.17 pm 
​​Motion of Mr Tuedehope: That this house at its rising today do adjourn until Tuesday 23 February 2023 at 2.30 pm, unless or if the President is unable to act on account of illness or other cause, the deputy President prior to that date communicate to each member of the house a alternative date or hour of meeting. 
​Agreed to
SEASONAL FELICITATIONS Commenced 5.17 pm 
​​Motion of Mr Tuedehope: That this house notes its thanks members and staff of the Parliament and wish Seasonal Felicitations to all. 
​Agreed to

ADJOURNMENT​Commenced 6.34 pm
That the House do now adjourn: Motion of Mr Tudehope

Agreed to

The House adjourned at 7.46 pm until 28 February 2023 at 2.30 pm