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0393 Dr Miranda Coulson ORIGINAL2340515/08/2019 1:22:57 AMINQUIRY INTO USE OF BATTERY CAGES FOR HENS IN THE EGG PRODUCTION INDUSTRY I am a member of the Australian public who is extremely concerned about the treatment of animals in the Australian farming system, and particularly chickens which are subject to treatment I have yet to see any webcam footage from inside commercial battery sheds displaying happy, healthy hens after months of incarceration https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/64107pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
Final report19426213/10/2017 11:30:33 AMLEGISLATIVE COUNCIL October 2017 i Select Committee on Human Trafficking in New South Wales Human trafficking in New South Wales Ordered to be printed 19 October 2017 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Human trafficking in New South Wales ii October 2017 New South Wales Parliamentary Library cataloguing-in-publication data: New South Wales [xiv, 116] pages ; 30 cm. (Report) Chair: Honourable 227https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/inquiries/2421pdfFalsepdfKHAN, Trevor John T.;MASON-COX, Matthew M. R.;MASON-COX, Matthew Ryan M. R.;DONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.Committee Report Document
Community based sentencing options for rural and r19371027/03/2006 5:26:50 PMStanding Committee on Law and Justice Community based sentencing options for rural and remote areas and disadvantaged populations New South Wales Parliamentary Library cataloguing-in-publication data Written correspondence and enquiries should be directed to (a) The perceived benefits and disadvantages of community based sentencing options including Periodic Detention, Intensive Supervision Programs 3https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/inquiries/1782pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;WARD, Natalie N. P.;WARD, Natalie Peta N. P.Committee Report Document
Final report - Support for new parents and babies - November 201855430020/11/2018 3:29:32 PMLegislative Assembly of New South Wales Committee on Community Services Report 2/56 – November 2018 Support for new parents and babies in New South Wales New South Wales Parliamentary Library cataloguing-in-publication data: New South Wales Chair: Mr Kevin Conolly MP ISBN 9781921012785 Ms Steph Cooke MP (from 23 November 2017 Supporting new parents is key to ensuring that every child has a happy 42https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/inquiries/2461pdfFalsepdfBURNEY, Linda Jean L.J.;BURNEY, Linda L.J.;HARRIS, David D.R.;HARRIS, David Robert D.R.;CONOLLY, Kevin Francis K.F.;CONOLLY, Kevin K.F.;NOTLEY-SMITH, Bruce B.N.;NOTLEY-SMITH, Bruce Neville B.N.;GREENWICH, Alex A.H.;GREENWICH, Alexander Hart A.H.;MARSHALL, Adam A.J.;MARSHALL, Adam John A.J.;PETINOS, Eleni E.M.;PETINOS, Eleni Marie E.M.;FRASER, Andrew A.R.G.;FRASER, Andrew Raymond Gordon A.R.G.;DOYLE, Trish T.L.;DOYLE, Trisha Lee T.L.;APLIN, Greg G.J.;APLIN, Gregory John G.J.;HODGKINSON, Katrina Ann K.A.;HODGKINSON, Katrina K.A.;WILSON, Felicity F.L.;WILSON, Felicity Lesley F.L.;COOKE, Steph S.A.;COOKE, Stephanie Anne S.A.Committee Report Document
Sexualisation of Children and Young People - Report55586417/11/2016 12:54:17 PMPARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES Committee on Children and Young People REPORT 2/56 – NOVEMBER 2016 New South Wales Parliamentary Library cataloguing-in-publication data SEXUALISATION OF CHILDREN SEPTEMBER 2016 i Contents Figure 1: Media consumption by children and young people Table 1: Classifications for Films and Computer Games Table 2: Comparison of previous and current television codes of practice 62https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/inquiries/2264pdfFalsepdfDONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.;GIBBONS, Melanie M.R.;GIBBONS, Melanie Rhonda M.R.;HARRISON, Jodie Elizabeth J.E.;HARRISON, Jodie J.E.;JOHNSEN, Michael John M.J.;JOHNSEN, Michael M.J.;TUDEHOPE, Damien D.F.;TUDEHOPE, Damien Francis D.F.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;FRANKLIN, Ben B. C.;FRANKLIN, Benjamin Cameron B. C.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.;FANG, Wes W. J.;FANG, Wesley Joseph W. J.Committee Report Document
0086 Mr David Gorbach2826732/10/2019 5:24:00 AMINQUIRY INTO PROVISIONS OF THE RIGHT TO FARM BILL 2019 I strongly urge the Committee to give animals the status of sentient beings, akin to legislative changes in The Netherlands, other countries, and brief in this case is too limited I urge the committee to give agriculture animals the semblance of a voice using new technology, such as public access webcams in animals pens, corridors and transport https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/65767pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
0010 International Justice Mission Australia28266016/10/2019 10:54:03 PMINQUIRY INTO MODERN SLAVERY ACT 2018 AND ASSOCIATED MATTERS NSW Legislative Council’s Standing Committee on Social Issues Thank you for the opportunity to provide a submission to this inquiry All around the world, slaves are taken by oppressors who believe that making money matters more than a person’s life Driven by greed and overlooked by their local legal system, these oppressors steal human 9https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/65622pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
Dealing with Online PredatorsFINALandINDEX.pdf969521/09/2007 12:09:38 PM is sexual activity (Commonwealth, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia); • ‘grooming’ a child, by sending indecent material to a child or otherwise engaging in prurient communication with a child, with the intention of making it easier to procure a child to engage in sexual activity (Commonwealth, South Australia); • ‘exposing’ a child to indecent or pornographic material 15https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/researchpapers/Documents/protecting-children-from-online-sexual-predatorspdfFalsepdfPublication Document
Transcript - RRR Health inquiry - 6 October 2021 - UNCORRECTED24205111/10/2021 1:28:26 PMHEALTH OUTCOMES AND ACCESS TO HEALTH AND HOSPITAL SERVICES IN RURAL, REGIONAL AND REMOTE NEW SOUTH WALES Virtual hearing via videoconference on Wednesday 6 October 2021 The Hon. Emma Hurst (Deputy Chair Wednesday, 6 October 2021 Legislative Council - UNCORRECTED Page 1 The CHAIR: Welcome and good morning to everyone who is joining us today This is the eleventh hearing of the Portfolio Committee No. 2 42https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/transcripts/2586pdfFalsepdfCommittee Transcript Document
Legislative Council 2020-11-19 Chamber Microphones6685763/05/2021 5:57:04 AMThe PRESIDENT ( 11:59:14): There is an issue with microphones not being switched on when a member is speaking More importantly, it cannot be picked up by the webcam if someone is watching us live I ask honourable members to please ensure that their microphones are on. I try to switch them on for members but the reality is that it should not be the job of the Chair to do so. Each member should http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/2020-11-19htmlFalsexmlFifty-Seventh Parliament, First Session (57-1)AJAKA, John George J.Chamber MicrophonesAnnouncementsLegislative Council19/11/2020 12:00:00 AMTrueHansard ExtractHANSARD-1820781676-84269
Submission No. 31 University of Tasmania56317214/04/2016 2:31:20 PMSEXUALISATION OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE Position: Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law and Criminology A submission to the Committee on Children and Young People Jeremy Prichard PhD, Charlotte Hunn, Helen Cockburn PhD and Our aim has been to provide information referenced materials attached to this submission but we are more than provide any further materials in which the Committee is interested 74https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/submissions/54059pdfFalsepdfDONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.;GIBBONS, Melanie M.R.;GIBBONS, Melanie Rhonda M.R.;HARRISON, Jodie Elizabeth J.E.;HARRISON, Jodie J.E.;JOHNSEN, Michael John M.J.;JOHNSEN, Michael M.J.;TUDEHOPE, Damien D.F.;TUDEHOPE, Damien Francis D.F.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;FRANKLIN, Ben B. C.;FRANKLIN, Benjamin Cameron B. C.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.;FANG, Wes W. J.;FANG, Wesley Joseph W. J.Committee Submission Document
Report of the University of Wollongong for 2020 (Volumes One and Two)81635929/04/2021 8:57:40 AMCONTACT uow.edu.au facebook.com/UOW twitter.com/UOW instagram.com/UOW +61 2 4221 3555 feedback.uow.edu.au #ThisIsUOW WRITTEN ENQUIRIES Chief Operating Officer University of Wollongong NSW 2522 Australia ANNUAL REPORT 2020 Annual Report 2020 A Purposeful Future The University of Wollongong attempts to ensure the information contained in this publication is correct at the time of production 47https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/79777pdfFalsepdfFifty-Seventh Parliament, First Session (57-1)Tabled Paper Document
Submission 36 Advocate for Children and Young People56364527/05/2018 11:48:21 PMSEXUALISATION OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE Further information about the work of the Advocate can be found at The term pornography is commonly used to refer to sexually explicit material designed to It is available without the need to purchase it Premature exposure to adult notions of sexuality, for example through adult pornography, is antithetical to healthy sexual development and respectful sexual 213https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/submissions/54052pdfFalsepdfDONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.;GIBBONS, Melanie M.R.;GIBBONS, Melanie Rhonda M.R.;HARRISON, Jodie Elizabeth J.E.;HARRISON, Jodie J.E.;JOHNSEN, Michael John M.J.;JOHNSEN, Michael M.J.;TUDEHOPE, Damien D.F.;TUDEHOPE, Damien Francis D.F.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;FRANKLIN, Ben B. C.;FRANKLIN, Benjamin Cameron B. C.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.;FANG, Wes W. J.;FANG, Wesley Joseph W. J.Committee Submission Document
Legislative Council 2011-06-16 Boating Safety67439017/06/2016 9:45:21 AMThe Hon. CATHERINE CUSACK: My question is directed to the Minister for Roads and Ports Will the Minister update the House on boating safety The Hon. DUNCAN GAY: This is an important question following care and to check the conditions before heading out by keeping an eye on the media, as well as by checking the NSW Maritime website for live webcam footage, maritime alerts and weather forecasts http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/2011-06-16htmlFalsexmlFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.;GAY, Duncan John D. J.Boating SafetyQuestions Without NoticeLegislative Council16/06/2011 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1820781676-43698
Advocate for Children and Young People55684126/08/2016 2:30:33 PMThe Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) administers the advertising industry’s voluntary self regulation scheme using the industry codes The Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) maintains the advertising industry codes that have greatest relevance to this inquiry The AANA Code for Advertising & Marketing Communications to Children states that advertising and marketing communications 18https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/other/10117pdfFalsepdfDONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.;GIBBONS, Melanie M.R.;GIBBONS, Melanie Rhonda M.R.;HARRISON, Jodie Elizabeth J.E.;HARRISON, Jodie J.E.;JOHNSEN, Michael John M.J.;JOHNSEN, Michael M.J.;TUDEHOPE, Damien D.F.;TUDEHOPE, Damien Francis D.F.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;FRANKLIN, Ben B. C.;FRANKLIN, Benjamin Cameron B. C.;CUSACK, Catherine C. E.;CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.;FANG, Wes W. J.;FANG, Wesley Joseph W. J.Committee Other Document
Legislative Council 2011-09-07 Homophobic Bullying66516417/06/2016 10:47:13 AMThe Hon. TREVOR KHAN [5.31 p.m.]: On 22 September 2010 a young man was seen to jump from the George Washington Bridge into the river below One week later, on 29 September, the body of 18-year-old Tyler Clementi was recovered from the His roommate agreed but, using another student's computer, accessed through Skype a webcam he had set up on his own computer in the room he shared with Tyler http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/2011-09-07htmlFalsexmlFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)KHAN, Trevor T.Homophobic BullyingAdjournmentLegislative Council7/09/2011 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1820781676-44737
Legislative Assembly 2008-05-07 New England Writers Centre Youth Online Program75253411/07/2016 4:51:48 PMMr RICHARD TORBAY (Northern Tablelands—Speaker) [6.37 p.m.]: One of the biggest problems facing country communities wanting to participate fully in the telecommunications revolution is actually Although Webcam is another effective delivery system, it requires participants to have fast computers and fast broadband to really work smoothly, and in the bush fast broadband is a problem, even http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/2008-05-07htmlFalsexmlFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)TORBAY, George Richard G.R.New England Writers Centre Youth Online ProgramPrivate Members' StatementsNorthern TablelandsLegislative Assembly7/05/2008 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-78986
Legislative Assembly 2010-06-22 Gifted And Talented Children73483413/07/2016 1:57:09 AMMr ANTHONY ROBERTS (Lane Cove) [1.08 p.m.]: I express my admiration for the New South Wales Association for Gifted and Talented Children Inc. The association was founded in my electorate of Lane Cove at a He also runs an online support group for gifted adults, mentors children in regional areas via webcam, runs a support group for visual spatial thinkers and contributes to gifted publications http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/2010-06-22htmlFalsexmlFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)ROBERTS, Anthony A.J.;D'AMORE, Angela A.Gifted And Talented ChildrenPrivate Members' StatementsLane Cove;DrummoyneParliamentary SecretaryLegislative Assembly22/06/2010 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-41589
Legislative Assembly 2016-09-22 Legislation Review Committee77024912/07/2019 4:18:59 AMReport: Legislation Review Digest No. 25/56 TEMPORARY SPEAKER ( Mr Lee Evans ): The question is that the House take note of the report Mr MICHAEL JOHNSEN ( Upper Hunter ) ( 15:15 :48 ): As Chair: I thank members for the One item we discussed at the meeting, which is worthy of note, was whether the proceedings of the committee should be open to public view, perhaps broadcast via webcam http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/2016-09-22htmlFalsexmlFifty-Sixth Parliament, First Session (56-1)JOHNSEN, Michael John M.J.;MEHAN, David Raymond D.R.;BROMHEAD, Stephen Bruce S.B.Legislation Review CommitteeCommitteesReport: Legislation Review Digest No. 25/56Upper Hunter;The Entrance;Myall LakesLegislative Assembly22/09/2016 1:00:00 AMTrueHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-93320
SES 07 - 11 Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol5791333/01/2008 10:34:01 AMPart 11 Royal Volunteer Coastal PatrolSES Annual Report 2006-07 117 In March 2007, the Royal Volunteer Coastal Patrol, Australia’s first volunteer marine rescue organisation, celebrated 70 years completed or commenced during the year at Hawkesbury, Port Stephens, Jervis Bay, Sussex Inlet and Tuggerah Lakes and webcam bar watching equipment has been installed at Forster-Tuncurry and Narooma 3https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/47370pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
0008 Australian Veterinary Association23151616/07/2018 6:42:08 AMINQUIRY INTO LANDOWNER PROTECTION FROM UNAUTHORISED FILMING OR SURVEILLANCE The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is the national organisation representing veterinarians in Australia Our 9,500 members come from all fields within the veterinary profession Clinical practitioners work with companion animals, horses, farm animals, such as cattle and sheep, and wildlife We have members who work in https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/60988pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
Legislative Assembly 2009-09-03 Health Services71374011/07/2016 10:38:16 PMMrs JILLIAN SKINNER: In directing my question to the Premier, I point out that, according to the Health website, nearly 63,000 people are currently waiting for elective surgery, which is approximately 5,000 more than when he became Premier a year ago, and that Commissioner Garling's report states that the health system is on the brink I ask: Was he deliberately misleading the House yesterday http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LA/2009-09-03htmlFalsexmlFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)SKINNER, Jillian Gell J.G.;REES, Nathan N.Health ServicesQuestion TimeLegislative Assembly3/09/2009 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1323879322-71898
0011 International Justice Mission Australia22442021/02/2017 8:40:28 AMINQUIRY INTO HUMAN TRAFFICKING Organisation: International Justice Mission Australia Chair, Legislative Council Select Committee on Human Trafficking International Justice Mission (‘IJM’) protects the poor from violence in the developing world We partner with local authorities and organisations to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors and strengthen justice systems https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/56986pdfFalsepdfKHAN, Trevor John T.;MASON-COX, Matthew M. R.;MASON-COX, Matthew Ryan M. R.;DONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.Committee Submission Document
Transcript - 11 August 2017 - Corrected19738321/09/2017 1:33:23 PMHUMAN TRAFFICKING IN NEW SOUTH WALES At Macquarie Room, Parliament House, Sydney on Friday, 11 August 2017 Friday, 11 August 2017 Legislative Council Page 1 SELECT COMMITTEE ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING CORRECTED It is the fifth hearing of the Select Committee on Human Trafficking The purpose of this inquiry is to examine the role and effectiveness of New South Wales law enforcement agencies https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/transcripts/168pdfFalsepdfKHAN, Trevor John T.;MASON-COX, Matthew M. R.;MASON-COX, Matthew Ryan M. R.;DONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.Committee Transcript Document
Legislative Council 2017-09-14 Bravehearts White Balloon Day67797315/01/2020 11:51:50 PMDebate resumed from an earlier hour The Hon. PAUL GREEN ( 15:32 :16 ): I resume my speech and speak on cybersex trafficking of children There are loopholes that need to be fixed in the trafficking Cybersex trafficking offenders may record their victims via webcam, and the bill would introduce an evidentiary provision equivalent to section 474.28 of the Criminal Code to make it easier to http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/2017-09-14htmlFalsexmlFifty-Sixth Parliament, First Session (56-1)GREEN, Paul P.;MACDONALD, Scot S.;FRANKLIN, Benjamin Cameron B. C.Bravehearts White Balloon DayMotionsLegislative Council14/09/2017 1:00:00 AMTrueHansard ExtractHANSARD-1820781676-74285
P954 - Responsible Tech - Workplace Surveillance Submission [Web]45136923/09/2020 6:35:19 AMINQUIRY INTO IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGICAL AND OTHER CHANGE ON THE FUTURE OF WORK AND WORKERS IN NEW SOUTH WALES The Australia Institute's Centre for Responsible Technology Submission to the Select Committee on the Impact of Technological Change on the Future of Work The Australia Institute is an independent public policy think tank based in Canberra It is funded by donations from philanthropic trusts and https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/68995pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
050606 hearing TX corrected Sydney19731415/12/2005 12:08:49 PMSTANDING COMMITTEE ON LAW AND JUSTICE INQUIRY INTO COMMUNITY BASED SENTENCING OPTIONS The Hon. C. M. Robertson (Chair PHILIP GEOFFREY RUSE, Executive Director North West, Community Offender Services, Department of Corrective Services, 4/44 Hunter Street, Newcastle, and VALDA JUDITH RUSIS, Acting Senior Assistant Commissioner, Community Offender Services, Department of Corrective Services, Roden https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/transcripts/1808pdfFalsepdfCLARKE, David D. J.;CLARKE, David John D. J.;VOLTZ, Lynda Jane L.;VOLTZ, Lynda L.;TAYLOR, Bronnie B.;TAYLOR, Bronwyn B.;MALLARD, Maxwell Shayne M.S.;MALLARD, Shayne M.S.;KHAN, Trevor John T.;WARD, Natalie N. P.;WARD, Natalie Peta N. P.Committee Transcript Document
0022 Fighting for Justice Foundation2242447/03/2017 11:59:51 AMINQUIRY INTO HUMAN TRAFFICKING Organisation: Fighting for Justice Foundation domestically - without law enforcement being informed; C.C Ensure that traffickers are deterred from their criminal enterprise by enforcing a maximum sentence, and consider moving towards life imprisonment as a sentence to deter human trafficking occurring within, out of, and into Australia; D. Ensure maximum 13https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/56934pdfFalsepdfKHAN, Trevor John T.;MASON-COX, Matthew M. R.;MASON-COX, Matthew Ryan M. R.;DONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.Committee Submission Document
0447 Karitane45188412/02/2021 6:52:46 AMINQUIRY INTO HEALTH OUTCOMES AND ACCESS TO HEALTH AND HOSPITAL SERVICES IN RURAL, REGIONAL AND REMOTE NEW SOUTH WALES Karitane is an affiliated health organisation under the joint governance of the Karitane Board and the South West Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD), and is a registered charity and not-for profit entity Established in 1923, Karitane receives a combination of NSW government https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/70110pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
Submission 4056301820/11/2017 12:25:18 PMSUPPORT FOR NEW PARENTS AND BABIES IN NEW SOUTH WALES Karitane supports the position that investment in early childhood and parenting services leads to substantial net economic gains over the life of the child, including increased family economic participation, reduced services costs, and greater social cohesion across society When babies are nurtured by confident families and communities, the https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/submissions/59222pdfFalsepdfBURNEY, Linda Jean L.J.;BURNEY, Linda L.J.;HARRIS, David D.R.;HARRIS, David Robert D.R.;CONOLLY, Kevin Francis K.F.;CONOLLY, Kevin K.F.;NOTLEY-SMITH, Bruce B.N.;NOTLEY-SMITH, Bruce Neville B.N.;GREENWICH, Alex A.H.;GREENWICH, Alexander Hart A.H.;MARSHALL, Adam A.J.;MARSHALL, Adam John A.J.;PETINOS, Eleni E.M.;PETINOS, Eleni Marie E.M.;FRASER, Andrew A.R.G.;FRASER, Andrew Raymond Gordon A.R.G.;DOYLE, Trish T.L.;DOYLE, Trisha Lee T.L.;APLIN, Greg G.J.;APLIN, Gregory John G.J.;HODGKINSON, Katrina Ann K.A.;HODGKINSON, Katrina K.A.;WILSON, Felicity F.L.;WILSON, Felicity Lesley F.L.;COOKE, Steph S.A.;COOKE, Stephanie Anne S.A.Committee Submission Document
08_Annual Report_KeyResults5505107/11/2008 10:05:50 AMThe port has signifi cant capacity to service the needs of a variety of importers and exporters and is also home to a large fi shing fl eet In 2007-2008, the Port of Eden recorded a 4.3 per cent decrease in trade to a total of 1,273,113 mass tonnes Hard woodchip and softwood log exports continued to represent the major commodity traded However, the total hard woodchip traded fell by 13 per cent to https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/19248pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
NSW Maritime Annual Report 2011 - Part One56756030/01/2012 3:23:54 PMNSW MARITIME ANNUAL REPORT 2011 A safety through partnerships annual report 2011B front cover: nsW Maritime is responsible for water traffic management statewide for the visit of ‘superliners’ like the Queen Mary 2, this involves numerous safety partnerships with organisations such as sydney ports Corporation, Marine rescue nsW, Commercial Vessels association and a range of government agencies https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/38667pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)Tabled Paper Document
Answers to supplementary questions - Fighting for Justice Foundation - 15 June 201721934926/05/2018 1:25:57 AMRE: Oral Presentation to Select Committee on Human Trafficking in NSW Parliament Presented on the 29 May 2017 Andrea Tokaji - Founding Director of FFJF and International Human Rights Advocate Good afternoon Committee Members Fighting for Justice Foundation would like to thank you for this opportunity Fighting for Justice Foundation seeks to curb the demand of human trafficking by addressing gender https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/other/10847pdfFalsepdfKHAN, Trevor John T.;MASON-COX, Matthew M. R.;MASON-COX, Matthew Ryan M. R.;DONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.Committee Other Document
Daily Hard Copy67482422/09/2011 1:13:15 PMBUSINESS OF THE HOUSE Postponement of Business Government Business Orders of the Day No. 1 postponed on motion by the Hon. Michael Gallacher BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE Suspension of Standing and Sessional Orders: Precedence of Business The Hon. DUNCAN GAY (Minister for Roads and Ports) [9.35 a.m.]: I move: That standing and sessional orders be suspended to allow the moving of a motion forthwith http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/2011-06-02pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)Legislative Council2/06/2011 10:00:00 AMFalseDaily PDFHANSARD-1820781676-57919
Legislative Council 2011-06-02 Waterways Safety67535417/06/2016 9:37:34 AMThe Hon. CATHERINE CUSACK: My question is directed to the Minister for Roads and Ports In light of the recent bad weather will the Minister update the House on initiatives to improve safety on our waterways The Hon. Mick Veitch: Catherine always gets the call on time It is a very good and There are 16 Webcams at coastal locations that stream real-time conditions via the NSW Maritime website http://hansard.parl.nsw.gov.au/search/LC/2011-06-02htmlFalsexmlFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)CUSACK, Catherine Eileen C. E.;GAY, Duncan John D. J.Waterways SafetyQuestions Without NoticeLegislative Council2/06/2011 10:00:00 AMFalseHansard ExtractHANSARD-1820781676-43541
Annual-report-2007-200857910514/11/2008 3:33:14 PMANNUAL REPORT 2007–2008 LEGAL AID NSW OFFICES CENTRAL SydNEy Ground Floor, 323 Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000 Tel: 9219 5000 BANkSTOwN Level 8, Civic Tower Cnr Rickard Road & Jacobs Street, Bankstown 2200 Tel: 9707 4555 BLACkTOwN Level 2, 13 Kildare Road Blacktown 2148 Tel: 9621 4800 BURwOOd Level 4, 74-76 Burwood Road Burwood 2134 Tel: 9747 6155 CAmPBELLTOwN Level 4, 171–179 Queen https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/47385pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
NSW-Maritime_Annual-Report-201156756328/11/2011 11:44:31 AMNSW MARITIME ANNUAL REPORT 2011 A SAFETY THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS ANNUAL REPORT 2011B Front cover: NSW Maritime is responsible for water traffi c management statewide For the visit of ‘superliners’ like the Queen Mary 2, this involves numerous safety partnerships with organisations such as Sydney Ports Corporation, Marine Rescue NSW, Commercial Vessels Association and a range of government agencies https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/38667pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)Tabled Paper Document
0528 Name suppressed45179319/02/2021 6:51:34 AMINQUIRY INTO HEALTH OUTCOMES AND ACCESS TO HEALTH AND HOSPITAL SERVICES IN RURAL, REGIONAL AND REMOTE NEW SOUTH WALES I am making this submission to the Inquiry into regional health and hospital services, specifically regarding points C, G and I in the terms of reference Clinical advice is generally given over the phone, although telehealth services such as webcams are available in some facilities https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/submissions/70204pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
NSW_Maritime_Annual Report_20105731793/11/2010 11:53:28 AMServing our boating communityFront cover picture: NSW Maritime leads Jessica Watson into Sydney Harbour to complete her historic circumnavigation of the world Picture this page: NSW Maritime is working with the community to improve safety through lifejacket reform.NSW MARITIME ANNUAL REPORT 2010 1 Letter to the Minister The Hon Eric Roozendaal MLC Treasurer Minister for State and Regional https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/43131pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
Submission 790 - Keep Sydney Open5644467/08/2019 2:50:43 AM                         U N L O C K I N G T H E P O T E N T I A L O F     S Y D N E Y ’ S N I G H T - T I M E E C O N O M Y A N D C U L T U R E                           S u b m i s s i o n b y K e e p S y d n e y O p e n t o t h e   J o i n t S e l e c t C o m m i t t e e o n S y d n e y ’ s N i g h t T i m e E c o n o m y         J u l y 2 0 1 9            C O N T E N T S       SUMMARY 3    KEY RECOMMENDATIONS 3 38https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/ladocs/submissions/64143pdfFalsepdfCommittee Submission Document
NSW Maritime Annual Report 2011 - Part Two56756230/01/2012 3:22:26 PM5CoMMunity inVolVeMent 38NSW MARITIME ANNUAL REPORT 2011 39 adVisory groups Maritime Advisory council The NsW Maritime Advisory Council (the Council) provides advice, expertise and a wide strategic view on maritime issues – including safety, the growth of the industry, infrastructure development and environmental matters – to the Chief Executive of NsW Maritime The MMAC provided advice on a range https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/38667pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)Tabled Paper Document
Annual-report-2008-200957090326/11/2009 10:52:28 AMCentral Sydney Ground Floor, 323 Castlereagh Street Sydney nSW 2000 tel: 9219 5000 tty: 9219 5126 BankStoWn level 8, Civic tower Cnr rickard road & Jacobs Street, Bankstown 2200 tel: 9707 4555 BlaCktoWn level 2, 13 kildare road Blacktown 2148 tel: 9621 4800 BurWood level 4, 74-76 Burwood road Burwood 2134 tel: 9747 6155 tty: 9747 0214 CampBelltoWn level 4, 171–179 Queen Street Campbelltown 2560 https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/29160pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
NSW Maritime Annual Report 2011 - Part Three56756130/01/2012 3:23:00 PM9finanCial stateMents 66 NsW Maritime retains an archive of historical property records of sydney harbour.NSW MARITIME ANNUAL REPORT 2011 67 independent audit report MARITIME AuTHORITY OF NSW AND cONTROllED ENTITY68 9 independent audit report MARITIME AuTHORITY OF NSW AND cONTROllED ENTITYNSW MARITIME ANNUAL REPORT 2011 69 Chief exeCutiVe’s stateMent MARITIME AuTHORITY OF NSW AND cONTROllED https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/38667pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fifth Parliament, First Session (55-1)Tabled Paper Document
L and JF AR0956725321/12/2009 3:26:51 PMAnnual Report 2009November 2009 The Hon John Hatzistergos MLC Attorney General of NSW Parliament House Macquarie Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 Dear Attorney I have pleasure in presenting a copy of the Annual Report of the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW for the financial year 2008–2009 This report has been prepared in accordance with the Law and Justice Foundation Act 2000 (NSW) and approved by the https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/141pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
L and JF AR1058172526/11/2010 2:50:55 PMAnnual Report 2010November 2010 The Hon. John Hatzistergos Attorney General of NSW Parliament House Macquarie Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 Dear Attorney I present to you a copy of the Annual Report of the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW for the financial year 2009–2010 This report has been prepared in accordance with The Law and Justice Foundation Act 2000 (NSW) and approved by the Foundation’s https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/50951pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
SCG AR 2005 065916114/07/2016 6:16:32 PMSYDNEY CRICKET AND SPORTS GROUND TRUST 05 ANNUAL 06 REPORTTABLE OF CONTENTS MINISTER’S FOREWORD Minister's Foreword I congratulate the Trust and its management on another outstanding year The Trust’s continued successful management of the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and Aussie Stadium provided an operating surplus of $4.658 million for the financial year, with further reduction to its capital debt https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/7672pdfFalsepdfFifty-Third Parliament, Second Session (53-2)Tabled Paper Document
Transcript - corrected - 15 September 201419635116/01/2015 10:21:04 AMGENERAL PURPOSE STANDING COMMITTEE NO. 5 INQUIRY INTO THE WAMBELONG FIRE CORRECTED PROOF The Hon. R. L. Brown (Chair The Hon. Dr P. R. Phelps This Committee was established to examine the issues of significance regarding the causes and the management of the Wambelong fire that broke out in January 2013 Before I commence I acknowledge the Gadigal people, who are the traditional custodians of this https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/transcripts/1076pdfFalsepdfCOLLESS, Richard Hargrave R. H.;COLLESS, Richard R. H.;PEARCE, Gregory G. S.;PEARCE, Gregory Stephen G. S.;SHARPE, Penelope Gail P.G.;BROWN, Robert Leslie R. L.;BROWN, Robert R. L.;VEITCH, Michael Stanley M.;VEITCH, Mick M.;FANG, Wes W. J.;FANG, Wesley Joseph W. J.Committee Transcript Document
NSW_Maritime_Annual_Report_2009_(complete)54942912/11/2009 2:33:00 PMANNUAL REPORT 2009 Serving our Boating CommunityLetter to the Minister The Hon Joseph Tripodi MP Minister for Finance Minister for Infrastructure Minister for Regulatory Reform Minister for Ports and Waterways Parliament House Macquarie Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 30 October 2009 Dear Minister I am pleased to submit, for presentation to Parliament, the Annual Report of the Maritime Authority of NSW https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/11705pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document
Transcript - 29 May 2017 - Corrected19644924/08/2017 2:08:12 PMHUMAN TRAFFICKING IN NEW SOUTH WALES At Macquarie Room, Parliament House, Sydney on Monday, 29 May 2017 The Hon. N. Maclaren-Jones (Deputy Chair Monday, 29 May 2017 Legislative Council Page 1 SELECT COMMITTEE ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING CORRECTED The CHAIR: I welcome you to the third hearing of the Select Committee on Human Trafficking The purpose of this inquiry is to examine the role and https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/transcripts/145pdfFalsepdfKHAN, Trevor John T.;MASON-COX, Matthew M. R.;MASON-COX, Matthew Ryan M. R.;DONNELLY, Greg G. J.;DONNELLY, Gregory John G. J.Committee Transcript Document
AGNSW AR07 full58797927/10/2016 2:15:41 PMART GALLERY NSW ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES ANNUAL REPORT 2007ACCESS The Gallery opens every day except Easter Friday and Christmas Day between the hours of 10am and 5pm The Gallery opens late each Wednesday night until 9pm As a one-off during APEC the Gallery closed on the public holiday, Friday 7 September 2007 Entry fees may apply to a limited number of major temporary exhibitions 24https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/tp/files/60343pdfFalsepdfFifty-Fourth Parliament, First Session (54-1)Tabled Paper Document