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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

Notices

*1   Ms Gillard: To present a Bill for an Act to encourage the use of clean energy, and for other purposes. ( Clean Energy Bill 2011 ).

*2   Mr Combet: To present a Bill for an Act to deal with consequential matters arising from the enactment of the Clean Energy Act 2011 , and for other purposes. ( Clean Energy (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2011 ).

*3   Ms Macklin: To present a Bill for an Act to amend the law relating to social security, family assistance, veterans’ entitlements, military rehabilitation and compensation, farm household support and aged care, and for related purposes. ( Clean Energy (Household Assistance Amendments) Bill 2011 ).

*4   Mr Combet: To present a Bill for an Act to establish the Clean Energy Regulator, and for other purposes. ( Clean Energy Regulator Bill 2011 ).

*5   Mr Combet: To present a Bill for an Act to establish the Climate Change Authority, and for other purposes. ( Climate Change Authority Bill 2011 ).

*6   Mr Combet: To present a Bill for an Act to provide for the transformation of the Australian steel manufacturing industry, and for related purposes. ( Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011 ).

*7   Mr Albanese: To move—

(1) That a Joint Select Committee on Australia’s Clean Energy Future Legislation be appointed to inquire into and report on the provisi ons of the following bills:

(a) Clean Energy Bill 2011;

(b) Clean Energy (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2011;

(c) Clean Energy (Income Tax Rates Amendments) Bill 2011;

(d) Clean Energy (Household Assistance Amendments) Bill 2011;

(e) Clean Energy (Ta x Laws Amendments) Bill 2011;

(f) Clean Energy (Fuel Tax Legislation Amendment) Bill 2011;

(g) Clean Energy (Customs Tariff Amendment) Bill 2011;

(h) Clean Energy (Excise Tariff Legislation Amendment) Bill 2011;

(i) Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) Amendment Bill 2011;

(j) Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Amendment Bill 2011;

(k) Clean Energy (Unit Shortfall Charge—General) Bill 2011;

(l) Clean Energy (Unit Issue Charge—Auctions) Bill 2011;

(m) Clean Energy (Unit Issue Charge—Fixed Charge) Bill 2011;

(n) Clean Energy (International Unit Surrender Charge) Bill 2011;

(o) Clean Energy (Charges—Customs) Bill 2011;

(p) Clean Energy (Charges—Excise) Bill 2011;

(q) Clean Energy Regulator Bill 2011;

(r) Climate Change Authority Bill 2011; and

(s) Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011.

(2) That the committee consist of 12 members, three members of the House of Representatives to be nominated by the Government Whip or Whips, two members of the Hous e of Representatives to be nominated by the Opposition Whip or Whips, one Greens member, one non-aligned member, two senators to be nominated by the Leader of the Government in the Senate, two senators to be nominated by the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, and one Greens senator.

(3) That every nomination of a member of the committee be notified in writing to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.

(4) That the persons appointed for the time being to serve on the committee shall constitute the committee notwithstanding any failure by the Senate or the House of Representatives to appoint the full number of senators or members referred to in this resolution.

(5) That the committee elect a Government member as its chair.

(6) That the committee elect a member as its deputy chair who shall act as chair of the committee at any time when the chair is not present at a meeting of the committee, and at any time when the chair and deputy chair are not present at a meeting of the committee the members shall elect another member to act as chair at that meeting.

(7) That, in the event of an equally divided vote, the chair, or the deputy chair when acting as chair, have a casting vote.

(8) That four members of the committee constitute a quorum of the committee provided that in a deliberative meeting the quorum shall include at least one Government member of either House and one non-Government member of either house.

(9) That the committee have power to call for witnesses to attend and for documents to be produced.

(10) That the committee may conduct proceedings at any place it sees fit.

(11) That the committee have the power to adjourn from time to time and to sit during any adjournment of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

(12) That the committee report on or before 4 October 2011.

(13) That the provisions of this resolution, so far as they are inconsistent with the standing orders, have effect notwithstanding anything contained in the standing orders.

(14) That a message be sent to the Senate acquainting it of this resolution and requesting that it concur with the action accordingly. ( Notice given 12 September 2011 .)

*8   Mr Albanese: To move—That in respect of the proceedings on the Clean Energy Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Income Tax Rates Amendments) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Household Assistance Amendments) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Tax Laws Amendments) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Fuel Tax Legislation Amendment) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Customs Tariff Amendment) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Excise Tariff Legislation Amendment) Bill 2011, the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) Amendment Bill 2011, the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Amendment Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Unit Shortfall Charge—General) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Unit Issue Charge—Auctions) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Unit Issue Charge—Fixed Charge) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (International Unit Surrender Charge) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Charges—Customs) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy (Charges—Excise) Bill 2011, the Clean Energy Regulator Bill 2011, the Climate Change Authority Bill 2011, and the Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011, so much of the standing and sessional orders be suspended as would prevent the following from occurring:

(1 ) the resumption of debate on the second readings of the bills being called on together;

(2) at the conclusion of the second reading debate or at 5pm on Tuesday, 11 October 2011, whichever is the earlier, a Minister being called to sum up the second reading debate, then without delay, in respect of all the bills with the exception of the Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011,

(a) one question being put on any amendments moved to motions for the second readings by opposition Members;

(b) any necessary quest ions being put on amendments moved by any other Member; and

(c) one question being put on the second readings of the bills together;

(3) then without delay, any questions necessary to conclude the second reading stage of the Steel Transformation Plan Bil l 2011 being put;

(4) if the second readings of the bills have been agreed to, messages from the Governor-General recommending appropriations for any of the bills being announced together;

(5) the consideration in detail stages, if required, on all the bills being taken together until no later than immediately after prayers on Wednesday, 12 October 2011, with no business intervening, at which time any Government amendments that have been circulated in respect of any of the bills except the Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011 shall be treated as if they have been moved together with,

(a) one question being put on all the Government amendments;

(b) one question being put on any amendments which have been moved by opposition Members;

(c) any necessary questions being put on amendments moved by any other Member; and

(d) any further qu estions necessary to complete the detail stage being put;

(6) then without delay, any Government amendments that have been circulated in respect of the Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011 shall be treated as if they have been moved together with,

(a) one question being put on all the Government amendments;

(b) one question being put on any amendments which have been moved by opposition Members;

(c) any necessary questions being put on amendments moved by any other Member; and

(d) any further questions necessary to complete the detail stage being put;

(7) at the conclusion of the detail stage, one question being put on the remaining stages of all the bills, except the Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011, together and then one question being put on the r emaining stages of the Steel Transformation Plan Bill 2011; and

(8) any variation to this arrangement to be made only by a motion moved by a Minister. ( Notice given 12 September 2011 .)

Orders of the day

1   Parliamentary Service Amendment (Parliamentary Budget Officer) Bill 2011 ( Treasurer ): Second reading ( from 12 September 2011 ).

2   Indigenous Affairs Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2011 ( Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 12 September 2011—Ms Saffin, in continuation ).

3   Navigation Amendment Bill 2011 ( Minister for Infrastructure and Transport ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 25 May 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ). ( On 26 May 2011, the Selection Committee made a determination that this Bill be referred to the Standing Committee on Infrastructure and Communications, and the Committee reported on 25 August 2011. )

4   National Health Reform Amendment (Independent Hospital Pricing Authority) Bill 2011 ( Minister for Health and Ageing ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 24 August 2011—Ms Gambaro ).

5   Protection of the Sea (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Amendment (Oils in the Antarctic Area) Bill 2011 ( Minister for Infrastructure and Transport ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 25 August 2011—Mr Pyne ).

6   Work Health and Safety Bill 2011 ( Minister representing the Minister for Jobs and Workplace Relations ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 25 August 2011—Dr Leigh, in continuation ).

7   Work Health and Safety (Transitional and Consequential Provisions) Bill 2011 ( Minister representing the Minister for Jobs and Workplace Relations ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 6 July 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ).

8   Defence Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 ( Minister for Defence ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 18 August 2011—Mr A. D. H. Smith ).

9   Extradition and Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 ( Minister for Home Affairs ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 6 July 2011—Mr Randall ). ( On 7 July 2011, the Selection Committee made a determination that this Bill be referred to the Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, and the Committee reported on 12 September 2011 .)

10   Corporations (Fees) Amendment Bill 2011 ( Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 18 August 2011—Mr A. D. H. Smith ). ( On 25 August 2011, the Selection Committee made a determination that this Bill be referred to the Standing Committee on Economics. )

11   Fairer Private Health Insurance Incentives Bill 2011 ( Minister for Health and Ageing ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr A. D. H. Smith ).

12   Fairer Private Health Insurance Incentives (Medicare Levy Surcharge) Bill 2011 ( Minister for Health and Ageing ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr Pyne ).

13   Fairer Private Health Insurance Incentives (Medicare Levy Surcharge—Fringe Benefits) Bill 2011 ( Minister for Health and Ageing ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr Pyne ).

14   Territories Self-Government Legislation Amendment (Disallowance and Amendment of Laws) Bill 2011 ( from Senate ): Second reading ( from 22 August 2011 ). ( On 25 August 2011, the Selection Committee made a determination that this Bill be referred to the Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs. )

15   Social Security Amendment (Supporting Australian Victims of Terrorism Overseas) Bill 2011 ( Attorney-General ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Turnbull ).

Notices continued

9   Mr Albanese: To move—That so much of the standing and sessional orders be suspended for the remainder of this period of sittings, to prevent any motion being moved during Question  Time other than a motion moved by a Minister. ( Notice given 3 March 2011 .)

10   Mr Albanese: To move—That standing order 80 (Closure of a Member speaking) be suspended for the remainder of this period of sittings, except when a motion is moved pursuant to the standing order by a Minister. ( Notice given 18 October 2010 .)

11   Mr Albanese: To move—That standing order 47 (motions for suspension of orders) be suspended for the remainder of this sitting, except when a motion is moved pursuant to the standing order by a Minister. ( Notice given 18 October 2010 .)

Orders of the day continued

*16   Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters—CIVICS AND ELECTORAL EDUCATION—GOVERNMENT RESPONSE—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 12 September 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

*17   AUSTRALIAN LIVESTOCK EXPORT CORPORATION LIMITED—Funding agreement 2010 -14 between the Commonwealth of Australia and Australian Livestock Export Corporation Limited—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 12 September 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

*18   Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit—REPORT 421: THE ROLE OF THE AUDITOR-GENERAL IN SCRUTINISING GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING—GOVERNMENT RESPONSE—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 12 September 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

19   minister for innovation, industry, science and research, senator the hon kim carr—manufacturing—ministerial statement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

20   australian taxation office—super co-contribution quarterly report—1 january to 31 march 2011 and 1 october to 31 december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

21   department of agriculture, fisheries and forestry—report to the parliament on livestock mortalities during exports by sea—1 january 2011 to 30 june 2011—replacement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 22 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

22   minister for agriculture, fisheries and forestry, senator the hon joe ludwig—import conditions for apples from new zealand—ministerial statement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

23   minister for agriculture, fisheries and forestry, senator the hon joe ludwig—live animal exports—ministerial statement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

24   australian customs and border protection service—correction—report 2009-10—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

25   parliamentary budget office—joint select committee—inquiry into the proposed parliamentary budget office—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

26   productivity commission—caring for older australians, volumes 1 and 2 (Report no. 53)—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

27   productivity commission—disability care and support, volumes 1 and 2 (Report no. 54)—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

28   department of agriculture, fisheries and forestry—report to the parliament on livestock mortalities during exports by sea—1 january 2011 to 30 june 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

29   australian human rights commission—report 44—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

30   australian human rights commission—report 45—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 August 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

31   department of finance and deregulation—parliamentarians’ expenditure on entitlements paid by the deparmtent—july to december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

32   department of finance and deregulation—former parliamentarians’ expenditure on entitlements paid by the deparmtent—july to december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

33   department of finance and deregulation—parliamentarians’ overseas study travel reports—july to december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

34   department of defence—schedule of special purpose flights—1 july to 31 december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

35   national health and medical research council—report of the independent review of the prohibition of human cloning for reproduction act 2002 and research involving human embryos act 2002 —june 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 7 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

36   government responses to parliamentary committee reports—DOCUMENT—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 6 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

37   office of the renewable energy regulator—report 2010-2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 5 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

38   department of health and ageing—review of the impace of the new medicare levy surcharge thresholds on public hospitals—second year review, 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 5 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

39   joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade—review of the defence annual report 2008-09—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 4 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

40   department of health and ageing—report to parliament on barriers to generic medicines entering the market through the inappropriate use of intellectual property rights over product information—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 4 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

41   Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters—report on the 2007 federal election: events in the division of lindsay—review of penalty provisions in the commonwealth electoral act 1918 —government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 4 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

42   department of health and ageing—extended medicare safety net—review of capping arrangements—report 2011 together with a contextual overview—section 10c of the health insurance act 1973 —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 4 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

43   department of health and ageing—special meeting held on wednesday, 20 april to discuss the report on the 2010 review of the medicare provider number legislation—record of proceedings—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 4 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

44   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—report on digital television transmission and reception—1 april to 23 may 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 4 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

45   department of education, employment and workplace relations—report to the commonwealth made under section 24 of the air passenger ticket levy (collection) act 2001 —1 april 2010 to 31 march 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 4 July 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

46   house of representatives standing committee on industry, science and innovation—australia’s international research collaboration—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

47   house of representatives standing committee on migration—negotiating the maze: review arrangements for overseas skills recognition, upgrading and licensing—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

48   department of climate change and energy efficiency—energy use in the australian government’s operations—2008-2009—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

49   NHMRC embryo research licensing committee—report to the parliament of australia—1 september 2010 to 28 february 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 22 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

50   australian government actuary—sixth report on the costs of the australian government’s run-off cover scheme for medical indemnity insurers, 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 21 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

51   Torres strait protected zone joint authority—report 2008-2009—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 20 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

52   department of health and ageing—reporting requirements under section 34a of the tobacco advertising prohibition Act 1992 —1 january to 31 december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 20 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

53   indigenous land corporation—national indigenous land strategy—report 2007-2012—revised february 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 20 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

54   department of education, employment and workplace relations—submission report on international labour organisation (ILO) instrument: hiv and aids recommendation, 2010 (No. 200)—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

55   department of immigration and citizenship—reports by the commonwealth and immigration ombudsman—section 486o of the migration act 1958— personal identifiers 622/11, 628/11, 631/11-638/11—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

56   department of immigration and citizenship—response to ombudsman’s statements made under section 486o of the migration act 1958 —statement to parliament—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

57   department of immigration and citizenship—access and equity in government services report 2008-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

58   refugee review tribunal—report pursuant to section 440A of the migration act on the conduct of refugee review tribuanl reviews not completed within 90 days—1 november 2010 to 28 february 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

59   department of immigration and citizenship—protection visa processing taking more than 90 days—1 november 2010 to 28 february 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

60   productivity commission—inquiry report no. 52—rural research and development corporations—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

61   minister for agriculture, fisheries and forestry, senator the hon joe Ludwig rural research and development—ministerial statement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

62   preliminary response to the productivity commission report on the rural research and development corporations—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 June 2011—Mr K. J. Andrews ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

63   judge advocate general— defence force discipline act 1982 —report for the period 1 january to 31 december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 14 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

64   the australian national university—report 2010-2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 14 June 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

65   airservices australia—report on movement cap for sydney airport—1 st  quarter 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 31 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

66   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—report on digital television transmission and reception—2 december 2010 to 31 march 2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

67   house of representatives standing committee on education and training—review of the department of education, science and training annual report 2006-07—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

68   australian political exchange council—reports 2007-2008, 2008-2009 and 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 12 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

69   director of military prosecutions—report for the period 1 january to 31 december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 12 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

70   house of representatives standing committee on education and training—advisory report on the higher education legislative amendment (student services and amenities) bill 2010—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 11 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

71   department of immigration and citizenship—reports by the commonwealth ombusdsman under section 486o of the migration act 1958 —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 11 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

72   department of immigration and citizenship—government response to ombudsman’s statements made under section 486o of the migration act 1958 —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 11 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

73   department of finance and deregulation—campaign advertising by australian government departments and agencies—1 july to 31 december 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 10 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

74   department of education, employment and workplace relations—national report to parliament on indigenous education and training, 2007—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 10 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

75   department of education, employment and workplace relations—national report to parliament on indigenous education and training, 2008—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 10 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

76   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—funding of consumer representation grants program to telecommunications—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 10 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

77   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—correction—government response into the investigation into access to electronic media for the hearing and vision-impaired: media access review final report—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 10 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

78   dairy australia limited dairy australia compliance report—1 july 2009 to 30 june 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 10 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

79   australian livestock export corporation limited—livecorp compliance report—1 july 2009 to 30 june 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 10 May 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

80   department of education, employment and workplace relations—schools assistance: Report on financial assistance granted to each state in 2009—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

81   foreign investment review board—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

82   australian taxation office—super co-contributions quarterly reports—1 july to 30 september 2009, 1 october to 31 december 2009, 1 january to 31 march 2010, 1 april to 30 june 2010—and—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

83   australian taxation office—super co-contributions quarterly report—quarterly report—1 july to 30 september 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

84   australian competition and consumer commission—Telstra's compliance with price control arrangements—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

85   airservices australia—report on sydney airport runway movement cap—december quarter—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

86   Department of the Treasury—report on the Guarantee Scheme for Large Deposits and Wholesale Funding—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

87   commonwealth ombudsman—a report on the commonwealth ombudsman’s activities in monitoring controlled operations—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

88   refugee review tribunal—report pursuant to section 440A of the migration act on the conduct of refugee review tribunal reviews not completed within 90 days—1 july to 31 october 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 22 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

89   department of immigration and citizenship—protection visa processing taking more than 90 days—1 july to 31 october 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 22 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

90   innovation australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 21 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

91   snowy hydro limited—consolidated financial report for the reporting period 5 july 2009 to 3 july 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 21 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

92   Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency—Quarterly report of the Chief Executive Officer—1 October to 31 December 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 1 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

93   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—Review of local content requirements for regional commercial radio—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 1 March 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

94   Commonwealth Grants Commission—report on GST revenue sharing relativities—2011 update—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

95   national environment protection council—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

96   department of health and ageing—report on the 2010 review of the medicare provider number legislation—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 21 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

97   fisheries research and development corporation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

98   sugar research and development corporation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

99   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—investigation into access to electronic media for the hearing and vision-impaired: media access review final report—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

100   australian communications and media authority—communications report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

101   Australian agency for international development (Ausaid)—annual review of development effectiveness 2009—improving basic services for the poor—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

102   department of finance and deregulation—consolidated financial statements for the year ended 30 june 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

103   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—sport on television: a review of the anti-siphoning scheme in the contemporary digital environment—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

104   department of the prime minister and cabinet— freedom of information act 1982 —report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

105   australian electoral commission—2010 redistribution of victoria into electoral divisions—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

106   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—operation of the prohibition of advertisements of interactive gambling services—2007 report—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

107   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—operation of the prohibition of advertisements of interactive gambling services—2008 report—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

108   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—operation of the prohibition of advertisements of interactive gambling services—2009 report—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

109   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—operation of the prohibition of advertisements of interactive gambling services—2010 report—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

110   department of finance and deregulation—2009-2010 certificate of compliance—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

111   department of the treasury—australia and the international financial institutions—report 2008-2009—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

112   department of the treasury—2010 tax expenditure statement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

113   department of resources, energy and tourism—montara commission of inquiry —review of PTTEP australasia’s response to the montara blowout —and— the report of the independent review of the pttep australasia (ashmore-cartier) pty ltd montara action plan —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENTs: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

114   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—report on digital television transmission and reception—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 9 February 2011—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

115   australian public service commission—state of the service report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

116   department of defence—schedule of special purpose flights—1 january to 30 june 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

117   australian electoral commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

118   house of representatives standing committee on communications—report on the inquiry into cyber crime— hackers, fraudsters and botnets: tackling the problem of cyber crime —government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

119   department of defence—report 2009-2010—volumes 1 and 2—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

120   safe work australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

121   government responses to parliamentary committee reports—response to the schedule tabled by the speaker of the house of representatives on 24 november 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 24 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

122   department of finance and deregulation— members of parliament (staff) act 1984 —report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

123   house of representatives standing committee on climate change, water, environment and the arts—managing our coastal zone in a changing climate: the time to act is now—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 23 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

124   minister for broadband, communications and the digital economy, senator the hon stephen conroy—national broadband network—ministerial statement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 22 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

125   minister for agriculture, fisheries and forestry, senator the hon joe ludwig—australian pesticides and vetinary medicines authority reviews of dimethoate and fenthion—ministerial statement—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 22 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

126   private health insurance administration council—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 22 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

127   department of education, employment and workplace relations—agreement making in australia under the workplace relations act 1996 —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

128   department of veterans’ affairs, repatriation commission, military rehabilitation and compensation commission—reports 2009-2010—reprint—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

129   airservices australia—report on movement cap for sydney airport 2 nd quarter—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

130   airservices australia—report on movement cap for sydney airport 3 rd quarter—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

131   department of finance and deregulation—issues from the advances under the annual appropriations acts—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 17 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

132   department of immigration and citizenship—reports by the commonwealth and immigration ombudsman—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 17 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

133   department of immigration and citizenship—response to ombudsman’s statements made under section 486o of the migration act 1958 —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 17 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

134   Migration Review Tribunal and Refugee Review Tribunal—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

135   department of immigration and citizenship—protection visa processing taking more than 90 days—1 march to 30 june 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

136   refugee review tribunal—report pursuant to section 440a of the migration act 1958 on the conduct of refugee Review Tribunal reviews not completed within 90 days—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

137   Australian Fisheries Management Authority—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

138   General Practice Education and Training—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

139   Executive Director of Township Leasing—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

140   National Capital Authority—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 16 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

141   MINISTER FOR FINANCE AND DEREGULATION, SENATOR THE HON PENNY WONG—AN INDEPENDENT OFFICE OF BEST PRACTICE REGULATION—MINISTERIAL STATEMENT—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

142   AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM, ASSESSMENT AND REPORTING AUTHORITY—REPORT 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

143   AUSTRALIAN PRUDENTIAL REGULATION AUTHORITY—REPORT 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

144   FUTURE FUND—REPORT 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

145   DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP—REPORT 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

146   NBN CO LIMITED—REPORT 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

147   DEPARTMENT OF BROADBAND, COMMUNICATIONS AND THE DIGITAL ECONOMY—TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPETITIVE SAFEGUARDS—REPORT 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

148   DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY—MID YEAR ECONOMIC AND FISCAL OUTLOOK 2010-2011—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 15 November 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

149   department of education, employment and workplace relations—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

150   insolvency and trustee services australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

151   productivity commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

152   workplace authority—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

153   fair work ombudsman—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

154   australia building and construction commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

155   commonwealth director of public prosecutions—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

156   remuneration tribunal—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

157   australian customs and border protection service—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

158   australian trade commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

159   australian learning and teaching council—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

160   australian securities and investments commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

161   takeovers panel—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

162   australian competition and consumer/australian energy regulator—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

163   reserve bank of australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

164   payments system board—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

165   private health insurance ombudsman—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

166   defence force remuneration tribunal—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

167   australian research council—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

168   skills australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

169   australian carbon trust limited—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

170   national competition council—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

171   australian broadcasting corporation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

172   department of veterans’ affairs, repatriation commission, military rehabilitation and compensation commission—reports 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

173   financial reporting council (FRC)—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

174   health workforce australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 28 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

175   commissioner of taxation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

176   department of innovation, industry, science and research—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

177   office of the privacy commissioner—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

178   department of the prime minister and cabinet—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

179   financial reporting panel (FRP)—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

180   companies auditors and liquidators discipliinary board—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

181   tourism australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

182   veterans’ review board—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

183   office of the official secretary to the governor-general—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

184   department of foreign affairs and trade—report 2009-2010—volumes 1 and 2—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

185   department of infrastructure, transport, regional development and local government—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

186   national water commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

187   australian transport safety bureau—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

188   national transport commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 27 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

189   australian reward investment alliance (ARIA)—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

190   department of climate change and energy efficiency—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

191   the military superannuation benefits board—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

192   the defence force retirement and death benefits authority—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

193   australian industrial relations commission and australian industrial registry—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

194   fair work australia—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

195   commonwealth grants commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

196   centrelink—report 2009-2010 correction—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

197   frontline defence services—army and air force canteen service—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

198   tax practices board—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

199   office of renewable energy regulator—increasing australia’s renewable electricity generation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

200   australian bureau of statistics—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

201   seacare—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

202   export finance and insurance corporation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

203   safety, rehabilitation and compensation commission and comcare—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

204   australian war memorial—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

205   rural industries research and development corporation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

206   department of the treasury—report 2009 -2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 26 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

207   inspector-general of taxation—report 2008-09—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

208   department of families, housing, community services and indigenous affairs—review of the operations of the amendments made to the families, housing, community services and indigenous affairs and other legislation amendment (2008 budget and other measures) act 2008 —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

209   corporations and markets advisory committee—report 2009-10—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

210   Australian reinsurance pool corporation—report 2009-10—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

211   aboriginal land commissioner—report 2009-10—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 25 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

212   Australian security intelligence organisation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 21 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

213   commissioner for superannuation (comsuper)—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 21 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

214   Bundanoon trust—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 20 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

215   department of immigration and citizenship—reports by the commonwealth and immigration ombudsman—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 20 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

216   department of immigration and citizenship—response to ombudsman’s statements made under section 486o of the migration act 1958 —MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 20 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

217   medicare australia—correction—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 20 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

218   department of finance and deregulation—campaign advertising by australian government departments and agencies—october 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 19 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

219   australian rail track corporation ltd—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 19 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

220   Australian human rights commission—report 42—inquiry into the complaint: Mr KL v State of NSW department of education—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

221   family law council—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

222   office of parliamentary counsel—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

223   department of sustainability, environment, water, population and communities—independent review of the Water Efficiency labelling and standards schemes—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

224   inspector-general of intelligence and security—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

225   attorney-general’s department—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

226   national native title tribunal—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

227   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

228   commonwealth scientific and industrial research organisation (CSIRO)—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

229   department of finance and deregulation—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

230   Australian law reform commission—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

231   Australian customs and border protection services—report—conduct of customs officers under subsection 233BABA—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

232   Australian federal police—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

233   department of human services—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

234   department of agriculture, fisheries and forestry—report 2009 -2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

235   Australia post—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 18 October 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

236   department of education, employment and workplace relations—impacts of the new job seeker compliance framework—report of the independent review-september 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 30 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

237   department of the treasury—final budget outcome 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 30 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

238   medibank private limited—report 2009-2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 30 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

239   minister for climate change, energy efficiency and water, senator the hon penny wong—green loans program—ministerial statement and documents—motion to take note of documents—

Independ ent inquiry—Green Loans Program: Review of procurement processes and contractual arrangements.

Review of the Green Loans Program—Final report prepared by Resolution Consulting Services.

Internal audit review of the procurement practices in the Green Loans Program, prepared by protiviti.

Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency ’s response to the Hawke report on the Home Insulation Program and the Faulkner inquiry into the Green Loans Program.

Resumption of debate ( from 29 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the

House take note of the documents.

240   airservices australia—report on movement cap for sydney airport—1 st  quarter 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 29 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

241   joint standing committee on foreign affairs, defence and trade—report into the defence annual report 2007-08—government response—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 29 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

242   Australian federal police—government’s expectations and priorities for the afp—ministerial direction—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 29 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

243   department of agriculture, fisheries and forestry—independent review on progress with implementation of victorian regional agreements—final report—may 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 29 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

244   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—report on the do not call register statutory review—may 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 29 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

245   department of broadband, communications and the digital economy—report on digital television transmission and reception—27 march to 30 june 2010—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 29 September 2010—Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Albanese—That the House take note of the document.

246   Mental health: Consideration of Senate’s message No. 14 ( from 27 October 2010 ).

247   Veterans’ Entitlements Amendment (Claims for Travel Expenses) Bill 2010 : Second reading ( from 28 September 2010 ).

Bills to be reported from the Main Committee

1   Business Names Registration Bill 2011 (Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer) : To be reported without amendment ( from 12 September 2011 ).

2   Business Names Registration (Transitional and Consequential Provisions) Bill 2011 (Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer) : To be reported without amendment ( from 12 September 2011 ).

3   Business Names Registration (Fees) Bill 2011 (Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer) : To be reported without amendment ( from 12 September 2011 ).

Matter to be reported from the Main Committee

1   death of Private Matthew Lambert—CONDOLENCE MOTION moved by the prime minister: To be reported ( from 12 September 2011 ).

Contingent notices of motion

Contingent on the motion for the second reading of any bill being moved: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the resumption of debate on the motion that the bill be read a second time being made an order of the day for a later hour.

Contingent on any report relating to a bill being received from the Main Committee: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the remaining stages being passed without delay.

Contingent on any bill being agreed to at the conclusion of the consideration in detail stage: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the motion for the third reading being moved without delay.

Contingent on any message being received from the Senate transmitting any bill for concurrence: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the bill being passed through all its stages without delay.

 
 
 

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS

Notices given for Tuesday, 13 September 2011

*1   Mr L. D. T. Ferguson: To move—That this House:

(1) notes the tenth anniversary of the Harkin-Engel Protocol signed in September 2001, designed to encourage voluntary standards for the certification of cocoa production that prohibits and eliminates engagement in the worst forms of child labour, as defined by the International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention 182; and

(2) calls upon the Australian Government to:

(a)  fund research to ascertain a list of products where there is a serious risk of human trafficking and/or slavery occurring in the supply chain;

(b) be proactive in procurement policy making to counter trafficking or slavery in the supply chain for products purchased by the Government;

(c) actively engage in international fora to ensure greater priority for consideration of measures against child slavery;

(d) work co-operatively to improve traceability of products through the monitoring of their derivation;

(e) co-operate closely with ILO against trafficking. ( Notice given 12 September 2011. )

*2   Mr Katter: To present a Bill for an Act to require constitutional corporations that are grocery retailers to produce producer prices and for related purposes ( Constitutional Corporations (Farm Gate to Plate) Bill 2011 ). ( Notice given 12 September 2011. )

*3   Mr Katter: To present a Bill for an Act to amend the Competition and Consumer Act 2011 ( Competition and Consumer Amendment (Horticultural Code of Conduct) Bill 2011 ). ( Notice given 12 September 2011. )

*4   Mr Broadbent: To move—That this House notes the importance of the dairy industry to the health and well being of Australia. ( Notice given 12 September 2011. )

*5   Mr Neumann: To move—That this House:

(1) welcomes the Productivity Commission's final report into Disability Care and Support, released on 10 August 2011;

(2) notes the assessment of the Productivity Commission that the current system of dis ability care and support is unsustainable, underfunded, unfair and does not deliver appropriate levels of care and support to Australians with disability;

(3) supports the vision set out by the Productivity Commission for a national disability insurance scheme which delivers individualised care and support for Australians with significant disability over the course of their lives, and provides universal insurance for care and support for Australians in the event of significant disability;

(4) commends the Australian Government's commitment to fundamental reform of disability services, and the start of work to prepare for a scheme, consistent with the recommendations of the Productivity Commission;

(5) recognises the work of the Australian Government to increase funding and put reform to services to Australians with disabilities on the national agenda, including improving access to early intervention services for children with disabilities, record increases to pensions for people with disabilities and their carers and doubling funding to the States and Territories to deliver disability services; and

(6) welcomes the agreement of the Council of Australian Governments to immediate action to deliver foundation reforms necessary for a national disability insurance scheme. ( Notice given 12 September 2011. )

Notices continued

1   Ms Smyth: To move—That this House:

(1 ) acknowledges the significant incidence of autism spectrum disorder in our community;

(2) seeks to ensure that those affected by autism spectrum disorder are aware of the educational and other opportunities including early intervention strategies available which encourage them to achieve their best;

(3) notes the Government's early intervention program, Helping Children with Autism, which has provided over 10 000 children under seven years of age with access to early intervention support services;

(4) encourages the Government to maintain its dialogue with:

(a)  medical, educational and other autism professionals to hear their views on the most effective methods of support for people with autism; and

(b) those affected by autism spectrum disorder, their families and carers to achieve better educational and health outcomes; and

(5)  calls on the Victorian Government to give a firm guarantee that stage 2 of the Eastern Autistic School will proceed and that it will not back away from such an important school rebuilding program. ( Notice given 23 February 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on 19 September 2011. )

2   Ms Saffin: To move—That this House:

(1) notes that:

(a) o n 16 November 2009 the Government and the Parliament made an apology to the estimated 500 000 Forgotten Australians, who experienced neglect and cruelty in institutional and out of home care last century that left many physically and psychologically scarred;

(b)  the Australian Government has made available $26.5 million for a national Find and Connect service to help Forgotten Australians locate their personal records and connect with family members;

(c) the Find and Connect service is currently being implemented and includes web links, a 1800 number, a network of case managers and new counselling support services;

(d) the Australian Government has amended the Allocated Amendment Principles 2009 (No. 2) of the Aged Care Act 1997 to recognise care leavers as a special needs group, in line with undertakings made in the apology to the Forgotten Australians;

(e) while some States and Territories have taken actions to compensate the Forgotten Australians, these are uneven and insufficient; and

(f) t here are obligations to be met by churches to contribute to redress schemes;

(2) a cknowledges the Forgotten Australians' call for an equivalent to the Gold Card to provide entitlements for health care, education and transport to go some way towards compensating for the neglect of their education and health care as children; and

(3) considers how the Government can work with States and Territories to come up with a plan to implement such a card. ( Notice given 23 February 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on 19 September 2011. )

3   Mr Georganas: To move—That this House:

(1) a cknowledges that:

(a)  International Mother Language Day was celebrated on 21 February 2011 with the aim of promoting linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism;

(b) International Mother Language Day was proclaimed by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation in 1999 and has been observed every year since February 2000; and

(c) the date of the event represents the day in 1952 when students demonstrating for recognition of their language, Bangla, in what was then Pakistan, were shot and killed by police in Dhaka, now the capital of Bangladesh;

(2) notes that:

(a)  more than 400 languages are spoken in Australia including 45 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island languages;

(b) more than five million Australians speak a second language and more than three million Australians speak a second language at home;

(c) the top five languages other than English spoken in Australia are Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic and Mandarin; and

(d) over 50 000 people speak an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island language;

(3) recognises that:

(a)  in a globalised economy, language skills are a key workforce advantage;

(b) language skills will play an increasingly important role in securing Australia's future success on the world stage; and

(c) linguistic and cultural diversity enrich the social fabric of the Australian community;

(4) supports:

(a) initiatives which encourage Australians to undertake language education, whatever their age;

(b)  the continuation of high quality language education in the Australian education system at every level;

(c) language teachers in their role as educators and thanks them for their contribution to enhancing Australia's foreign language capacity; and

(d) the development of a specific foreign languages component in the new National School Curriculum. ( Notice given 23 February 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on 19 September 2011. )

4   Ms Bird: To move—That this House:

(1)  notes that the Illawarra Ethnic Communities Council (IECC) celebrates its thirty-fifth anniversary in 2011;

(2) congratulates the Chairman, Mr Ken Habak for his many years of leadership of the IECC, and past and present members of the IECC for their service;

(3) acknowledges the extensive community services provided by the IECC to the Illawarra migrant community over the last 35 years;

(4) commends the Federal Government's multicultural policy; and

(5) recognises that the Illawarra community is made up of diverse cultures, and lives in harmony with understanding and tolerance. ( Notice given 24 February 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on the next sitting Monday after 19 September 2011. )

5   Mr Danby: To move—That this House:

(1) c ongratulates the courageous people of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Bahrain and other Middle Eastern countries who have demanded the resignation of long-ruling authoritarian governments and the holding of free elections in their countries;

(2) welcomes the decisions of Presidents Ben Ali of Tunisia and Mubarak of Egypt to resign rather than plunge their countries into further bloodshed by clinging on to power;

(3) condemns the tyrannical regime of Colonel Muammar Al-Qaddafi for using deadly force against the people of Libya, and calls on him to resign and leave the country rather than cause further bloodshed;

(4) calls on all Middle Eastern governments, including Iran, to allow peaceful transitions to democratic government, cease using force against peaceful demonstrators and respect human rights, including the rights of women and of all religious minorities;

(5) calls on the United Nations Human Rights Council to suspend Libya from membership as long as Colonel Al-Qaddafi is in power, and to take a firm stand in support of democratic freedom and human rights in all countries of the Middle East;

(6) calls on all Western governments to assist the people of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and other Middle Eastern countries by all means available to safeguard their new freedoms, to establish stable governments and to hold free elections; and

(7) asserts that the best way to defeat anti-democratic forces such as extremist Islamism in the countries of the Middle East is for the West to show by word and deed that it supports the people of these countries in their aspirations for freedom and democracy, and to assist them in establishing stable, democratic, secular governments that uphold human rights and live in peace with their neighbours. ( Notice given 1 March 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on the next sitting Monday after 19 September 2011. )

6   Mr Bandt: To move—That standing orders 1, 47, 78 and 91 be amended, as follows:

(1)  Maximum speaking times

After ‘Suspension of standing or other orders without notice’, add ‘, if not moved during Question Time’;

(47)  Motions for suspension of orders

After paragraph (d), add:

‘(e) If a suspension motion is moved during Question Time, the question must be put immediately and decided without amendment or debate.’

(78)  Matters not open to debate

After paragraph (m), add:

‘(n) motions for suspension of orders, if the motion is moved during Question Time (standing order 47).

(97)  Daily Question Time

After paragraph (b), add:

‘(c) A Minister may not ask that further questions be place d on the Notice Paper until twenty questions have been asked and answered, or until 3.30 pm, whichever is earlier.’ ( Notice given 22 March 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 2 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

7   Mr Georganas: To move—That this House:

(1) acknowledges the:

(a) occasion of the State Visit to Australia by the President of the Republic of Cyprus, His Exc ellency Mr Demetris Christofias;

(b) strong and enduring bilateral relationship between the Republic of Cyprus and the Commonwealth of Australia; and

(c) characterisation of the relationship by friendship and cooperation, underpinned by people to people links; and

(2) commends the:

(a)  continuing efforts by President Christofias towards the reunification of Cyprus; and

(b) progress made so far in the fully fledged negotiations, and the prospect of further progress in the near future towards a comprehensive, durable and just settlement that safeguards the rights, interests and welfare of all Cypriots. ( Notice given 10 May 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 2 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

8   Mr Bandt: To move—That this House supports the aspirations and rights of each of the Palestinian and the Israeli peoples to independent states, living in peace and security. ( Notice given 11 May 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 2 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

9   Dr Leigh: To move—That this House:

(1) recognises that:

(a) 23 June is the United Nations' Public Service Day;

(b) democracy and successful governance are built on the fo undation of a competent, career-based public service; and

(c) the day recognises the key values of teamwork, innovation and responsiveness to the public; and

(2) commends the Australian Public Service on continuing to be an international model of best-pr actice public service and providing outstanding services to the Australian community. ( Notice given 30 May 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 4 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

10   Ms Hall: To move—That this House:

(1) expresses concern at the impact that beauty pageants have on children;

(2) calls for an investigation into the impact of these pageants on young girls ; and

(3) notes that:

(a) obsessive preoccupation with grooming, body image and superficial beauty has the potential to create major psychological disorder in adolescence and adulthood;

(b) such pageants are common in the United States and that serious concerns have been expressed in relation to the impact they are having on these young girls who strive for an unrealistic and unobtainable image; and

(c) these pageants have the potential to add significantly to Australia's health costs. ( Notice given 14 June 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 4 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

11   Mr Bandt: To move—That this House:

(1) endorses the meetings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama with Coalition leaders Messers Tony Abbott and Warren Truss, and Greens Leader Senator Bob Brown;

(2) expresses disappointment that neither the Prime Minister nor Minister for Foreign Affairs were available to meet His Holiness the Dalai Lama;

(3) notes that the last Prime Minister to meet His Holiness was Mr John Howard in 2007; and

(4) wishes the people of Tibet well in their aspiration to have His Holiness return home to Tibet’s capital, Lhasa. ( Notice given 14 June 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 4 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

12   Mr Katter: To move—That this House:

(1) directs the Government to immediately commence an inquiry into the circumstances leading up to the Minister for Agriculture , Fisheries and Forestry’s decision to suspend the live cattle export trade to Indonesia and that this inquiry include:

(a) Meat and Livestock Australia and all other related instrumentalities and departmental divisions; and

(b) an investigation of where producers’ $5 per ox sale levy is being spent and how much of this $5 has been expended on ‘animal welfare’ an d how effectively this money has been spent;

(2) directs the Government to within two weeks:

(a) deploy 10 Australian officials to Indonesia;

(b) direct these officials, along with Indonesian Government appointees, to immediately implement an upgrading of Indonesian abattoirs to meet humane standards currently met in Australia; and

(c) instruct Indonesian meatworkers on how to process to humane standards currently met in Australia;

(3) directs the Government to ship to Indonesia 60 stun guns with knock ing boxes and video cameras within seven days, and to provide appropriate training;

(4) directs the Government as a matter of urgency to:

(a) begin accrediting Indonesian abattoirs that already meet humane standards currently met in Australia;

(b) begin accrediting Indonesian abattoirs that have been newly upgraded to meet humane standards currently met in Australia;

(c) implement supply chain traceability and auditing systems; and

(d) implement independent monitoring of conditions in Indonesian abatto irs; and

(5) once the conditions in part 4 are satisfied, calls on the Government to immediately allow the resumption of trade with accredited Indonesian abattoirs that meet humane standards currently met in Australia. ( Notice given 16 June 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 5 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

13   Ms Rowland: To move—That this House:

(1) acknowledges and commemorates the:

(a) ninety-second anniversary of the Maltese Uprising on 7 June;

(b) loss of Maltese life at the hands of the British Empire during Malta's struggle for independence; and

(c) efforts of Maltese individuals such as, Manwel Attard, Guze Bajada, Wenzu Dyer, Karmenu Abela, as well as Cikku Darmanin and Toni Caruana, as part of the Maltese struggle for independence; and

(2) records its appreciation for the valuable contributions made by the Maltese-Australian community to all aspects of our society. ( Notice given 16 June 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 5 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

14   Mr C. Kelly: To move—That this House:

(1) recognises that Coptic Christians in Egypt are suffering ongoing and increasing persecution;

(2) condemns the recent attacks on Coptic Christians in Egypt;

(3) expresses its sympathy for Coptic Christians who have been victims of recent attacks in Egypt; and

(4) calls on the Government to:

(a) issue a public statement condemning the ongoing attacks against the Coptic Christian minority in Egypt;

(b) make immediate representations to the United Nations to end the persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt; and

(c) strongly urge the Egyptian Government to provide equal rights and protection for all Egyptian citizens regardless of race or religion. ( Notice given 21 June 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 5 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

15   Mr Pyne: To move—That this House:

(1) notes that consumers currently have little information made available to them in choosing which fertiliser product for private and domestic use will suit their needs, a nd which fertiliser products may damage their plants;

(2) recognises:

(a) that existing voluntary standards produced by Standards Australia, such as AS 4454, do not always provide consumers with sufficient information to ensure their fertiliser product i s fit for its purpose;

(b) that the industry has made calls to urgently address anomalies between all compost standards, particularly contaminant levels, to ensure a high quality product that will improve soil health and productivity; and

(c) the recomme ndation of the Senate Select Committee on Agricultural Related Industries in its Pricing and Supply Arrangements in the Australian and Global Fertiliser Market report, to implement, as a matter of priority, uniform description and labelling of fertiliser products to ensure consistency between jurisdictions; and

(3) calls on the Australian Government to work with the States and Territories to establish a national standard for fertiliser products for private and domestic use that are made available for sale in Australia:

(a) requiring uniform labelling; and

(b) prescribing the acceptable range of ingredient levels for fertiliser products such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and pH. ( Notice given 5 July 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 6 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

16   Mr Cobb: To move—That this House:

(1) requires the responsible Minister to:

(a) immediately commission an independent study on the legitimate costs to the Government of Australian Quarantine Inspection Service (AQIS) Export Service Inspection Fees and Charges for the six affected industries (Meat, Fish, Dairy, Horticulture, Grain, and Live Export) as evidenced at the AQIS - Australian Meat Industry Council joint ministerial taskforce meeting no. 15 on 7 May 2010;

(b) table in the House:

(i) a document that explains how the Government will provide a reduction in annual regulatory costs to the ex port industries in the order of $30 million per year from 1 July 2011; and

(ii) a document that outlines the completion of reforms that were to be delivered as part of the agreement to remove the AQIS Export Service rebate between the Government and the six affected industries;

(2) notes that the above commitments were part of a package agreed to by the former Minster for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry in return for the passage of the Government’s legislation to remove the 40 per cent AQIS Export Service rebate; and

(3) ca lls on the Government to continue the AQIS Export Service rebate until the reforms are delivered, as agreed to by the Government. ( Notice given 5 July 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 6 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

17   Mr Pyne: To move—That standing order 1, Maximum speaking times, section headed Suspension of standing or other orders without notice , be amended to read as follows:

Suspension of standing or other orders without notice

Whole debate

Mover

Seconder (if any)

Member next speaking

Any other Member

In this debate the time taken by any division

shall not be included as part of a Member’s

speech t ime, nor as part of the time for the

whole debate

(standing order 47)

25 mins

10 mins

5 mins

10 mins

5 mins

( Notice given 6 July 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 6 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

18   Mr Hayes: To move—That this House:

(1) recognises and acknowledges the significant contribution that officers across all Australian policing jurisdictions make to our local communities as we approach National Police Remembrance Day on 29 September 2011;

(2) remembers and commemorates the ultimate sacrifices made by all police officers who have been killed in the course of their duties, in particular, that we commemorate the lives of:

(a) Detective Constable William Arthur George (Bill) Crews of the NSW Police Force who was killed in Sydney on 9 September 2010;

(b) Sergeant Daniel Stiller of the Queensland Police Force who was killed on 1 December 2010; and

(c ) Detective Sergeant Constable Damian Leeding of the Queensland Police Force who was killed on 1 June 2011;

(3) honours the courage, commitment and memory of the many fine men and women who lost their lives during the execution of their official duty made in serving our community;

(4) pays respect to the work of Police Legacy which undertakes vital services in looking after the families and friends of the fallen police officers;

(5) supports and thanks all serving police throughout Australia for their in valuable dedication and commitment to make a difference, defend our way of life and safeguard our communities. ( Notice given 16 August 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 6 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

19   Ms Smyth: To move—That this House:

(1) recognises the value of the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) in providing young Australians with work expe rience and literacy and numeracy skills which in turn prepare them for further training and employment; and

(2) considers that the decision of the Victorian Government to cut VCAL funding will particularly harm disadvantaged and disengaged students who are encouraged by VCAL to remain in education and to benefit from practical education and training. ( Notice given 24 August 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 7 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

20   Mr Hayes: To move—That this House:

(1) recognises:

(a) the extensive historical connection and contribution of the Mandaean religion and that of other indigenous people, to the country of Iraq and humanity overall;

(b) the ongoing plight since 2003 associated with a systematic loss of culture, heritage and language of the Sabian Mandaean and various Christian minorities in Iraq; and

(c) that Australia was part of the 'coalition of the willing' that prosecuted the war on Iraq in 2003, and due to this involvement, Australia, along with its coalition partners, has a moral responsibility to compassionately support and protect the indigenous minorities of Iraq from ongoing persecution;

(2) condemns the horrendous acts of violence and persecution against the Sabian Mandaeans and other religious minorities in Iraq; and

(3) encourages the preservation and continued prosperity of the heritage, culture and language of the Sabian Mandaean an d other indigenous people of Iraq. ( Notice given 24 August 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 7 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

21   Mr L. D. T. Ferguson: To move—That this House:

(1) notes that:

(a) on 11 July 1995, the Bosnian town of Srebrenica, which was at that time proclaimed a Protected Zone by the United Nations Security Council Resolution of 16 April 1993, f ell into the hands of the Army of Republica Srpska led by General Ratko Mladic and under the direction of then President of the Republica Srpska, Radovan Karadzic;

(b) from 12 July the Army and the Police of Republica Srpska separated men aged 16 to approximately 60 or 70 from their families;

(c) Bosnian Serb forces killed over 7000 Bosnian Muslim men following the takeover of Srebrenica in July 1995;

(d) all of the executions systematically targeted Bosnian Muslim men of military age, regardless of whether they were civilians or soldiers;

(e) the acts committed at Srebrenica were done with specific intent to destroy in part the group of Muslims of Bosnia and Herzegovina and as such, were acts of genocide, committed by members of the Army of Republica Srpska in around and Srebrenica from about 13 July 1995; and

(f) these findings have been confirmed by the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia through final and binding judgements; and

(2) consid ers that 11 July should be recognise as Srebrenica Remembrance Day in memory of the genocide at Srebrenica in July 1995. ( Notice given 24 August 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 7 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

22   Mr Pyne: To move—That this House requests the presence of the Member for Dobell to make a statement with respect to all the matters pertaining to his time as National Secretary of the Health Services Union and canvassed in the press, including but not limited to, his receipt of a gift from the NSW branch of the Australian Labor Party that remained undeclared on his Register of Members Interests for 77 days after the time had elapsed that such a declaration should be made. ( Notice given 24 August 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 7 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

23   Mr Lyons: To move—That this House:

(1) acknowledges the:

(a) surf lifesavers who risked their lives to perform approximately 11 000 rescues in Australia last year; and

(b) work done by surf lifesavers in northern Australia as its surf season comes to an end;

(2) recognises the:

(a) importance of water safety in Australia as we head into the warmer months in the southern parts of Australia; and

(b) vital work of Surf Life Saving Australia and its eff orts in patrolling our beaches and educating swimmers; and

(3) encourages all:

(a) Australians to learn to swim so that every Australian is a swimmer and every Australian swimmer a lifesaver;

(b) users of aquatic environments, such as pools, rivers, lak es and the surf, to understand those environments and be safe as they swim. ( Notice given 25 August 2011. Notice will be removed from the Notice Paper unless called on on any of the next 8 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

Orders of the day

1   Patent Amendment (Human Genes and Biological Materials) Bill 2010 ( Mr Dutton ) : Second reading ( from 21 February 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on 19 September 2011. )

2   NATIONAL BROADBAND DEVELOPMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 21 February 2011 ) on the motion of Ms Rowland—That this House:

(1) notes the:

(a) 19 September 2010 Declarat ion by the members of the Broadband Commission for Digital Development to world leaders attending the 2010 Millennium Development Goals Summit at the United Nations on the benefits of broadband as the transformational technology for employment generation, productivity growth and the long term economic competitiveness;

(b) OECD report of December 2009 which makes the case for investment in a competitive, open-access national fibre network rollout based on benefits to four key sectors of the economy: electricity, health, transportation and education;

(c) the positive externalities of broadband in providing increased opportunities to access Australian health and education services, and the linkages between disparities in broadband access and social disadvanta ge; and

(d) the technical limitations of non-fibre approaches to national broadband development, particularly in respect of video and other ‘real time’ applications used to deliver health and education services; and

(2) recognises the merits of the devel opment of universal broadband access in Australia with an emphasis on options for niche broadband delivered content and applications to provide immediate benefits to areas and groups of identifiable need. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on 19 September 2011. )

3   OLDER AUSTRALIANS: Resumption of debate ( from 21 February 2011 ) on the motion of Ms Hall—That this House:

(1) notes that:

(a) Australia has an ageing population;

(b) age discrimination exists within Australia and that this discrimination impacts on the strength of society, economy and the lives of older Australians;

(c) ageing should not only be co nsidered as an economic and social cost to government, rather, the positives of an older population should be recognised and promoted by government;

(d) all older Australians deserve to live with dignity; and

(e) the knowledge, life experience and skills of older people provide enormous benefit to Australia and the social fabric of the nation;

(2) acknowledges that:

(a) older workers have the ability to make an enormous contribution to the economic prosperity of Australia;

(b) most volunteer work is un dertaken by older Australians and provides an enormous economic social contribution to Australia; and

(c) older Australians provide an enormous amount of child care which provides economic value to the nation; and

(3) calls on the Government to consider:

(a) new and innovative approaches to engage older Australians and address their needs;

(b) encouraging Government departments to introduce senior friendly practices, such as dedicated seniors phone lines and customer service officers;

(c) Aged Care Acc ounts for all workers to fund their needs as they become older; and

(d) highlighting and promoting the advantage of employing older workers. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on 19 September 2011. )

4   Evidence-based policy making: Resumption of debate ( from 28 February 2011 ) on the motion of Dr Leigh—That this House:

(1) reaffirms this Government’s commitment to evidence-based policy making;

(2) notes that:

(a) the Productivity Commission has highlighted the importance of rigorous evaluation in assessing the impact of social, educational, employment and economic programs; and

(b) randomised policy trials ar e increasingly being used as an evaluation tool in developed and developing nations; and

(3) supports measures to increase the quality of evaluations, and calls on the Government to consider whether randomised policy trials may be implemented to evaluate future Government policies. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on the next sitting Monday after 19 September 2011. )

5   Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (Abolition of Alpine Grazing) Bill 2011 ( Mr Bandt ) : Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 21 March 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 2 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. On 24 March 2011, the Selection Committee recommended that this order of the day be voted on. )

6   Abolition of Age Limit on Payment of the Superannuation Guarantee Charge Bill 2011 ( Mrs B. K. Bishop ) : Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 26 May 2011—Mr Pyne ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 2 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. On 24 March 2011, the Selection Committee recommended that this order of the day be voted on. )

7   fiscal strategy: Resumption of debate ( from 23 May 2011 ) on the motion of Mr S. P. Jones—That this House:

(1) n otes that as the world emerges from the Global Financial Crisis:

(a) i n Australia unemployment of five per cent is low by international standards; and

(b) the Australian Government’s Debt to GDP ratio is lower and its fiscal consolidation faster, than in most comparable countries; and

(2) a grees that the Gillard Government's fiscal strategy to assist business and communities to recover from this crisis while managing inflation and removing the structural deficits from the Federal Budget is the right course of action for Australia's long term economic prosperity. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 3 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

8   early onset dementia: Resumption of debate ( from 23 May 2011—Mrs K. L. Andrews , in continuation ) on the motion of Ms Rishworth—That this House:

(1) r ecognises the devastating impact of early onset dementia on the lives of sufferers and their families;

(2) notes that:

(a) individuals who suffer from early onset dementia often face unique challenges including obtaining an accurate and early diagnosis and finding appropriate accommodation and care facilities; and

(b)  early onset dementia sufferers are generally still physically active, engaged in paid employment and many still have significant family responsibilities at the time of their diagnosis;

(3) a cknowledges that these characteristics often mean that sufferers of early onset dementia require support services tailored to their unique circumstances including:

(a) accommodation with appropriate support and activities specifically for their age;

(b) support for family members to understand and cope with the impact of the disease especially for you ng dependent children; and

(c) support for the individual and their families in managing their reduced capacity to work and inability to fulfil family responsibilities, such as parenting, as a result of the disease; and

(4) calls on all levels of governm ent to work together to appropriately support those suffering from early onset dementia and their families. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 3 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

9   Condemnation of the death penalty: Resumption of debate ( from 30 May 2011—Mr L. D. T. Ferguson , in continuation ) on the motion of Mr Melham—That this House:

(1) notes the release on 28 March 2011 of an Amnesty International report entitled Death Sentences and Executions 2010 and that:

(a) over the last 10  years, 31 countries have abolished the death sentence in practice or in law; and

(b) in December 2010:

(i) the United Nations General Assembly adopted its third resolution on a moratorium on the use of the death penalty; and

(ii) 23 countries had carried out executions in 2010 compared to 19 countries in 2009; and

(2)  recommits to its bi-partisan condemnation of the death penalty across the world. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 4 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

10   Australian Building and Construction Commission: Resumption of debate ( from 20 June 2011—Mr Briggs , in continuation ) on the motion of Mr Champion—That this House:

(1) notes th e:

(a) Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) created under the Howard Government’s industrial relations legislation unfairly targets workers in the construction industry; and

(b) Government believes the current ABCC should be abolished a nd replaced with a new inspectorate that is part of the Fair Work Australia system; and

(2) calls on all Members to support the abolition of the ABCC to restore fairness in the construction industry for workers and employers. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 5 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

11   Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Amendment (Fair Protection for Firefighters) Bill 2011 ( Mr Bandt ) : Second reading ( from 4 July 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 6 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

12   Food Standards Amendment (Truth in Labelling—Palm Oil) Bill 2011 ( from Senate ) ( Mr Bandt ) : Second reading ( from 4 July 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 6 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. On 7 July 2011, the Selection Committee made a determination that this Bill be referred to the Standing Committee on Economics. )

13   Banking and Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Mobility and Flexibility) Bill 2011 ( Mr Bandt ) : Second reading ( from 22 August 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 7 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

14   Carbon Tax Plebiscite Bill 2011 ( Mr Abbott ) : Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 22 August 2011—Mr S. P. Jones , in continuation ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 7 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. On 24 August 2011, the Selection Committee recommended that this order of the day be voted on. )

15   Inquiry into the bank note bribery allegations: Resumption of debate ( from 22 August 2011—Mr Fletcher , in continuation ) on the motion of Mr Bandt—That this House:

(1) powers equivalent to a Royal Commission to investigate the bank note bribery scandal concerning the Reserve Bank of Australia, Securency and Note Pr inting Australia; and

(2) terms of reference that require it to investigate and report on at least the following matters:

(a) allegations of corruption in securing note printing contracts and payments to overseas agents into offshore tax havens;

(b) wha t the Reserve Bank of Australia, Austrade and the Australian Government each knew about the alleged behaviour, and when they knew it;

(c) what due diligence was applied and what investigations were conducted into the allegations;

(d) whether there has been appropriate governance by public institutions and companies;

(e) what action has been taken to prevent improper dealings occurring again and whether that action is sufficient;

(f) recommendations regarding future actions that should be taken by government and agencies to prevent similar problems in the future; and

(g) any related matters. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 7 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. On 24 August 2011, the Selection Committee recommended that this order of the day be voted on. )

* 16   Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Mining, Petroleum and Water Resources) Bill 2011 ( Mr Windsor ) : Second reading ( from 12 September 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 8 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

* 17   Wild Rivers (Environmental Management) Bill 2011 ( Mr Abbott ) : Second reading ( from 12 September 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 8 sitting Mondays 19 September 2011. )

*18   heavy vehicle registration: Resumption of debate ( from 12 September 2011 ) on the motion of Mr Zappia—That this House:

(1) acknowledges the importance of the road transport industry to Australia's economy;

(2) notes that intergovernmental agreement on heavy vehicle regulatory reform was reached at the Council of Australian Governments meeting on 19 August 2011;

(3) acknowledges the significance of this agreement to Australia's road transport sector; and

(4) commends the federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport for his work in bringing about this agreement.

And on the amendment moved thereto by Ms Marino, viz. —That the following words be inserted:

(5)  condemns the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport and the Gillard Government for its introduction of a carbon tax on transport fuel. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 8 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

*19   gst revenue for western australia: Resumption of debate ( from 12 September 2011—Mr Oakeshott ) on the motion of Mr Crook—That this House:

(1) notes that:

(a) Goods and Services Tax (GST) revenues are distributed to the States and Territories in accordance with a formula driven by Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation (HFE) principles and are legislated for in the Federal Financial Relations Act 2009 ;

(b) for 2010-11, Western Australia received just 68 per cent of what it would have received if GST revenue was distributed across Australia on a per capita basis—the lowest relativity applied to any State since the formula was introduced; and

(c) every other State and Territory, by contrast, received not less than 91 per cent of what it would have received if GST revenue was distributed evenly across Australia; and

(2) calls on the Government to amend the Act to stipulate a minimum GST revenue-sharing relativity of 75 per cent, which would allow continuing respect for the principles of HFE, but with proper recognition for population, and without Western Australia being unfairly penalised for its disproportionate contribution to our national economic prosperity.

And on the amendment moved thereto by Dr Washer , viz. —That the House: deletes paragraph (2) of the motion and substitutes:

(2) calls on the Government to refer the matter of the minimum share of GST allocated to Western Australia to the GST Distribution Review for further consideration and analysis. ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 8 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

* 20   Air Services (Aircraft Noise) Amendment Bill 2011 ( Mrs Moylan ) : Second reading ( from 12 September 2011 ). ( Order of the day will be removed from the Notice Paper unless re-accorded priority on any of the next 8 sitting Mondays after 19 September 2011. )

 
 
 

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