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Tuesday, 20 April 1999
Page: 3869

Senator Ian Campbell to move, on the next day of sitting:

That the following bill be introduced:

A bill for an act to amend the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, and for other purposes. Broadcasting Services Amendment (Online Services) Bill 1999 .

Senator Ian Campbell to move, on the next day of sitting:

That the following bill be introduced:

A bill for an act to amend the Copyright Act 1968, and for related purposes. Copyright Amendment (Computer Programs) Bill 1999 .

Senator Brown to move, on the next day of sitting:

That the Senate congratulates Yvonne Margarula and Jacqui Katona for winning a 1999 Goldman Environment Prize, as leader and spokesperson for the Mirrar people, for their campaign to stop the Jabiluka uranium mine.

Senator Ian Campbell to move, on the next day of sitting:

That the following bill be introduced:

A bill for an act to amend the Migration Act 1958, and for related purposes. Migration Legislation Amendment (Temporary Safe Haven Visas) Bill 1999 .

Senator Brown to move, on the next day of sitting:

That the Senate—

(a) notes the statements by the Minister for Industry, Science and Resources (Senator Minchin) on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation program `Four Corners' that, `We're not interested in nuclear power and we're not interest in being the world's nuclear dump,' and that, `Australia won't be that nation that accepts the waste'; and

(b) congratulates the Government on this decision not to allow an international nuclear waste dump in Australia like the one proposed by Pangea.

Senator Calvert, at the request of Senator Chapman, to move, on the next day of sitting:

That the time for the presentation of the report of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Securities on the provisions of the Corporate Law Economic Reform Program Bill 1998 be extended to 29 April 1999.

Senator Calvert, at the request of Senator Allison, to move, on the next day of sitting:

That the time for the presentation of the report of the Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts References Committee on its inquiry into the powers of the Commonwealth in environmental protection and ecologically-sustainable development in Australia be extended to 27 May 1999.