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Thursday, 13 September 2007
Page: 176

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

Migration Act 1958—Section 91Y—Protection visa processing taking more than 90 days—Report for the period 1 July to 31 October 2006. Motion of Senator Bartlett to take note of document agreed to.

Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Tasmania—Variation, dated 23 February 2007. Motion of Senator McGauran to take note of document agreed to.

Australia-Indonesia Institute—Report for 2005-06. Motion of Senator McGauran to take note of document called on. Debate adjourned till Thursday at General Business, Senator Ian Macdonald in continuation.

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979—Report for 2005-06 on the operations of the Act. Motion of Senator Stott Despoja to take note of document agreed to.

Migration Act 1958—Section 486O—Assessment of appropriateness of detention arrangements—Reports by the Commonwealth Ombudsman—Personal identifiers 126/07 to 137/07. Motion of Senator Bartlett to take note of document agreed to.

Australian Livestock Export Corporation Limited (Livecorp)—Report for 2005-06. Motion of Senator Bartlett to take note of document agreed to.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner—Report for 2006—Native title. Motion of Senator Bartlett to take note of document agreed to.

Migration Act 1958—Section 486O—Assessment of appropriateness of detention arrangements—Reports by the Commonwealth Ombudsman—Personal identifiers 200/07 to 214/07. Motion to take note of document moved by Senator Bartlett and agreed to.

General business orders of the day nos 12 to 16, 18 and 19 relating to government documents were called on but no motion was moved.


The ACTING DEPUTY PRESIDENT (Senator Moore)—The time allowed for the consideration of government documents has now expired.