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PROOF


1.LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

2.NOTICE PAPER


No. 93

3.WEDNESDAY 20 JUNE 2012




The House meets this day at 11.00 am
4.Contents




Government Business—Notice of Motion 2

Government Business—Orders of the Day 2

Private Members’ Business 2

Items in the Order of Precedence 2

Items outside the Order of Precedence 7

Committee Reports—Orders of the Day 91

Budget Estimates—Take Note Debate 92

Business for Future Consideration 93

Bills referred to Select or Standing Committees 93



Government Business—Notice of Motion



1. Mr Gay to move—


That on Thursday 21 June 2012 government business take precedence of general business.


(Notice given 19 June 2012)


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Government Business—Orders of the Day




*1. Industrial Relations Amendment (Industrial Representation) Bill 2012: resumption of the adjourned debate (2 April 2012) on the question on the motion of Mr Pearce: That this bill be now read a second time—Mr Pearce speaking in reply. (13 minutes remaining)


*2. Industrial Relations Amendment (Dispute Orders) Bill 2012: resumption of the interrupted debate (23 May 2012) on the question on the motion of Mr Pearce: That this bill be now read a second time—Dr Kaye speaking. (6 minutes remaining)


3. Tobacco Legislation Amendment Bill 2012: second reading—Mr Gallacher


(Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Wednesday 13 June 2012)


4. Retail Trading Amendment Bill 2012: second reading—Mr Gallacher.

(Standing Orders suspended for remaining stages, Tuesday 3 April 2012)


* Council bill


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Private Members’ Business





Items in the Order of Precedence




* 2. National Park Estate (South-Western Cypress Reservations) Amendment Bill 2012: resumption of the adjourned debate (14 June 2012) on the question on the motion of Mr Brown: That this bill be now read a second time—Dr Phelps speaking. (17 minutes remaining)


(Item no. 53)


(First postponement 3 May 2012)


3. Right of women to vote: resumption of the adjourned debate (14 June 2012) of the question on the motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones:


1. That this House notes:


(a) the one hundredth and tenth anniversary of the right of women to vote and to stand as candidates in elections for the Australian Federal Parliament, and


(b) the electoral milestones for women in Australia have happened under Coalition Governments and further notes the achievements of these Coalition women:

(i) Dame Enid Lyon as the first woman elected to the House of Representatives and to hold a Federal Cabinet position,

(ii) Dame Annabelle Rankin as the first woman to hold the position as the Federal Whip and first woman as Minister to administer her own Department,

(iii) Dame Ivy Wedgewood as the first woman to Chair a Senate Committee,

(iv) Dame Margaret Guilfoyle as the first female Senator to be a member of Cabinet,

(v) Margaret Reid as the first female President of the Senate.


2. That this House calls on the Australian Labor Party to introduce preselection equality to ensure women are selected on merit and not a quota system or policies of affirmative action.


Upon which Ms Cotsis has moved: That the question be amended by omitting paragraph 2 and inserting instead:


"(c) the electoral milestones that have happened under Labor, and further notes the achievements of these Labor women, including:

        1. Julia Gillard MP as Australia's first female Prime Minister,

        2. Kristina Keneally as the first female Premier of New South Wales,

        3. Anna Bligh as the first female Premier of Queensland,

        4. Joan Kirner as the first female Premier of Victoria,

        5. Carmen Lawrence as the first female Premier of Western Australia,

        6. Lara Giddings as the first female Premier of Tasmania,

        7. Clare Martin as the first female Chief Minister of the Northern Territory,

        8. Rosemary Follett as the first female Chief Minister of the Australian Capital Territory."—Dr Phelps. (15 minutes)


Debate: 31 minutes remaining


(Item no. 601)


(Second postponement and retains order of precedence 31 May 2012)


*4. National Parks and Wildlife Amendment (Illegal Forestry Operations) Bill 2012: resumption of the adjourned debate (14 June 2012) of the question on the motion of Mr Foley: That this bill be now read a second time (5 calendar days from 14 June 2012)—Dr Phelps. (20 minutes)


(Item no. 622)


(Third postponement 31 May 2012)


5. Mr Searle to move—


That leave be given to bring in a bill for an Act to establish the office of the Small Business Commissioner; to empower the Commissioner to protect small businesses; to ensure that small businesses are treated fairly; and for other purposes.


(Small Business Commissioner and Small Business Protection Bill)


(Notice given 23 May 2012item no. 722—substituted 14 June 2012)


6. Revd Mr Nile to move—


That leave be given to bring in a bill for an Act to prohibit the advertising of alcoholic beverages and related trade marks, brand names and logos; and for other purposes.


(Alcoholic Beverages Advertising Prohibition Bill)


(Notice given 4 May 2011—item no. 9)


7. Mrs Pavey to move—


That this House notes that:


(a) DonateLife Week will take place between 19 to 26 February 2012,


(b) Australia has one of the highest transplant success rates in the world, however New South Wales has one of the lowest organ donation rates in Australia,


(c) as a result of the low rate of organ donation in New South Wales, the Honourable Jillian Skinner MP, Minister for Health, released a discussion paper in December 2011 seeking public comment on a range of proposals to boost donation rates in New South Wales, and


(d) the NSW Police Force and NSW Health have initiated a time saving system for police and medical practitioners to coordinate urgent organ transportation to ultimately save time and lives.


(Notice given 14 February 2012—item no. 525)


* Council bill


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