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Thursday, 14 October 1999
Page: 9768

The following orders of the day relating to government documents were considered:

Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency—Quarterly report for the period 5 February to 31 March 1999 (First). Motion of Senator Bartlett to take note of document called on. Debate adjourned till Thursday at general business, Senator Bartlett in continuation.

National Health and Medical Research Council—Grants for 1999. Motion of Senator Bartlett to take note of document called on. Debate adjourned till Thursday at general business, Senator Bartlett in continuation.

Department of Family and Community Services—Evaluation of stakeholders' experience with the use of the tables for the assessment of work-related impairment for disability support pension—Final report. Motion of Senator West to take note of document called on. On the motion of Senator Bartlett the debate was adjourned till Thursday at general business.

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet—Report for 1998-99. Motion of Senator Crossin to take note of document agreed to.

Telstra Corporation Limited—Report for 1998-99. Motion of Senator Crossin to take note of document agreed to.

Reserve Bank of Australia—Equal employment opportunity program—Report for 1998-99. Motion of Senator Crossin to take note of document agreed to.

Rural Adjustment Scheme Advisory Council—Report for 1998-99, including a report for 1998-99 on operation of the Rural Adjustment Scheme. Motion to take note of document moved by Senator O'Brien. Debate adjourned till Thursday at general business, Senator O'Brien in continuation.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission—Report for 1998-99. Motion to take note of document moved by Senator Bartlett. Debate adjourned till Thursday at general business, Senator Bartlett in continuation.

General business orders of the day nos 7—9, 12 and 13 relating to government documents were called on but no motion was moved.