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Tuesday, 25 June 1996
Page: 2728

The following notices were given:

Mr Cadman to move—

That the following order of the day, government business, be referred to the Main Committee for debate: Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade—Joint Standing Committee—Report on provision of academic studies and professional military education to officer cadets and officers of the Australian Defence Force—Government response—Motion to take note of paper.

Mr Reith to present a bill for an act to amend the Australian Capital Territory Government Service (Consequential Provisions) Act 1994, and for related purposes.

Mr Anderson to present a bill for an act to direct funds to the Australian Animal Health Council, and for related purposes.

Dr Kemp to present a bill for an act to amend the Higher Education Funding Act 1988, and for related purposes.

Mrs Bishop to present a bill for an act to amend various Acts relating to defence, and for related purposes.

Mr Williams to present a bill for an act to amend the Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act 1977 and the Bankruptcy Act 1966, and for related purposes.

Mr Williams to present a bill for an act relating to the making, registration, Parliamentary scrutiny and periodic repeal of legislative instruments, and for related purposes.

Mr Williams to present a bill for an act to amend the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act 1987, and for related purposes.

Mr Jull to present a bill for an act to amend the Flags Act 1953.

Mr Filing to move—

That this House:

(1)   notes there is currently widespread artificial manipulation by oil companies of the price of petrol and diesel fuel products;

(2)   believes this manipulation results in artificially inflated prices for consumers across the country; and

(3)   therefore calls on the Government to legislate immediately to ensure free market conditions are restored to the retail fuel industry by classifying fuel as a generic product allowing sellers to open themselves up to complete market competition so that retailers can purchase their fuel at the best available price on a day-to-day basis.