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Notice given 19 August 2002

*117  Senator Ridgeway: To move—That the Senate—

(a) recognises NAIDOC Week 2002, from 7 July to 13 July 2002, and National Aborigines Day on 12 July 2002, as events of national importance to all Australians, and which celebrate the survival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and the contribution they make to the national identity;

(b) recognises and congratulates the ‘silent achievers’ who received National NAIDOC Awards for the outstanding and inspiring contributions they have made to their communities and the nation:

(i) ATSIC Commissioner for the Western Zone, New South Wales, Mr Steve Gordon, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Person of the Year,

(ii) Mr Lyall Munro Senior (New South Wales) and Mr Peter Coppin (Western Australia), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Elders of the Year,

(iii) Ms Ida West (Tasmania), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Female Elder of the Year,

(iv) Dr Shane Fernando, Outstanding Achievement Award,

(v) Ms Tracy Westerman (Western Australia), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholar of the Year,

(vi) Mr Bruce ‘Borro’ Johnson McLean (Queensland), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth of the Year,

(vii) Ms Michelle Tyhuis (Torres Strait), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Apprentice of the Year, and

(viii) Ms Bo Delacruz (Northern Territory), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sportsperson of the Year;

(c) notes that the theme for NAIDOC Week 2002 was the ‘Three R’s: Recognition, Rights, Reform’, in keeping with the tradition that National Aboriginal and Islander Day of Celebration is an opportunity for the Indigenous community to bring to the attention of governments and all Australians the issues that are of concern to them; and

(d) reaffirms its commitment to the goal of true and lasting national reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

*118  Senator Ridgeway: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes that:

(i) 24 June to 29 June 2002 was Drug Action Week, which was aimed at generating community awareness about drug and alcohol abuse and the solutions being used to tackle these issues,

(ii) each day of Drug Action Week highlighted a different theme, with 27 June focusing on Indigenous issues,

(iii) the misuse of alcohol and other drugs has long been linked to the deep levels of emotional and physical harm suffered by Indigenous communities since the colonisation of Australia,

(iv) alcohol and tobacco consumption rates continue to remain high in the Indigenous population, against declining rates in the general population, and the increasing use of heroin in urban, regional and rural Indigenous communities is of particular concern,

(v) substance misuse is probably the biggest challenge facing Indigenous communities today, as it affects almost everybody either directly or indirectly and is now the cause as well as the symptom of much grief and loss experienced by Indigenous communities, and

(vi) the demand for the services of existing Indigenous-controlled drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres far exceeds the current level of supply;

(b) acknowledges the essential role of Indigenous community-controlled health services in providing long-term, culturally appropriate solutions for substance abuse; and

(c) calls on the Government to:

(i) fund the national substance misuse strategy, developed by the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, which is designed to build the necessary capacity within the Indigenous health sector so communities can address their health and well-being needs in a holistic and culturally appropriate manner, and

(ii) improve co-ordination between Commonwealth, state and territory and local governments on these issues and ensure this facilitates greater Indigenous control over the development and implementation of all health programs.

*119  Senator Ridgeway: To move—That the Senate—

(a) recognises 4 August 2002 as National Aboriginal and Islander Children’s Day, and a time when Indigenous communities focus on the need to provide a safe and nurturing family environment for their children;

(b) notes, with concern, the statistics on Indigenous family violence, child abuse and child neglect, which show that:

(i) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children represent nearly half of the Indigenous population, but experience higher rates of child abuse and child neglect than non-Indigenous children,

(ii) Indigenous children are six times more likely to be removed from their families by welfare authorities than non-Indigenous children because of child abuse or neglect, and

(iii) child neglect, often associated with poverty, poor housing and unemployment, is the major reason for Indigenous children being removed from their families, with twice as many Indigenous children being removed from their families because of child neglect than child abuse;

(c) congratulates the Secretariat for National Aboriginal Islander Child Care on its:

(i) 20 years of advocacy and service to Indigenous communities and Indigenous children, and

(ii) recent release of the report, Through Young Black Eyes: Indigenous Family Violence, Child Abuse and Child Neglect Prevention Resources, which aims to protect Indigenous children from all forms of abuse and neglect by providing information and advice to community workers, community leaders and parents; and

(d) calls on:

(i) state and Commonwealth governments to allocate additional funding for Indigenous children’s services and family support mechanisms as advocated by SNAICC, including the development of a national Indigenous children’s and family resource centre to implement long-term child abuse prevention campaigns, and

(ii) all Indigenous leaders to exercise their responsibility to do all that they can to protect children from abuse and violence and to respond to children’s needs if they have been abused or harmed or are at risk of being abused or harmed.

*120  Senator Ray: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes:

(i) the claims in the Age newspaper of 15 August 2002 that the McGauran family is financially supporting the Democratic Labour Party of Australia (DLP) in its attempt to retain registration under the provisions of the Electoral Act,

(ii) that two of the three Victorian National Party representatives in the Federal Parliament are from the McGauran family and have, on occasions, relied on DLP preferences,

(iii) the comments of the DLP Secretary, Mr John Mulholland, when he said, ‘It would be in Senator Julian McGauran’s interests for the DLP to survive this de-registration moved by the Electoral Commission’, and

(iv) the immense amount of money made by the McGauran family from its poker machine interests in Altona, some of which is apparently going to fund the DLP’s legal expenses; and

(b) calls on Senator McGauran and the Minister for Science (Mr McGauran), to explain their knowledge of their family’s involvement in funding the DLP’s legal bills.

*121  Acting Chairman of the Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Bills (Senator Crossin): To move—That so much of standing order 36 be suspended as would prevent the Scrutiny of Bills Committee holding a private deliberative meeting on 21 August 2002, from 8 am to 9.30 am, with members of the Regulation Review Committee of the New South Wales Parliament in attendance.

*122  Chair of the Select Committee on a Certain Maritime Incident (Senator Cook): To move—That the time for the presentation of the report of the Select Committee on a Certain Maritime Incident be extended to 25 September 2002.

*123  Chair of the Economics Legislation Committee (Senator Brandis): To move—That the time for the presentation of the report of the Economics Legislation Committee on the Space Activities Amendment Bill 2002 be extended to 27 August 2002.

*124  Chair of the Employment, Workplace Relations and Education Legislation Committee (Senator Tierney): To move—That the time for the presentation of the report of the Employment, Workplace Relations and Education Legislation Committee on the provisions of the Higher Education Funding Amendment Bill 2002 be extended to 22 August 2002.

*125  Senators Brown and Nettle: To move—

(1) That a select committee, to be known as the Select Committee on the Possible Support by Australia of a United States Invasion of Iraq, be appointed to inquire into and report by 1 December 2002 on the following matters:

(a) the potential human, political, economic, environmental and other consequences in Iraq and elsewhere of United States of America (US) military action against Iraq;

(b) the potential human, political, economic, environmental and other costs to Australia of participating in or supporting US military action against Iraq;

(c) international and domestic legal considerations for US or Australian military action against Iraq;

(d) Australia’s military, economic, political, environmental and other capability to be involved in military action against Iraq;

(e) Australia’s history of involvement in US military action, particularly in Afghanistan;

(f) the Australian Government’s public and diplomatic stance on potential military action against Iraq;

(g) the role of the Australian Parliament in the decision on potential military action against Iraq; and

(h) opportunities for Australia to participate in nation building, development support or other alternatives in order to achieve peace, democracy and stability in Iraq and the region.

(2) That the committee consist of 8 senators, 3 nominated by the Leader of the Government in the Senate, 3 nominated by the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, and 2 nominated by minority groups and independent senators.

(3) That the committee may proceed to the dispatch of business notwithstanding that not all members have been duly nominated and appointed and notwithstanding any vacancy.

(4) That the chair of the committee be Senator Brown, Australian Greens Senator for Tasmania.

(5) That the deputy chair of the committee be elected by and from the members of the committee.

(6) That the deputy chair act as chair when there is no chair or the chair is not present at a meeting.

(7) That, in the event of the votes on any question before the committee being equally divided, the chair, or deputy chair when acting as chair, have a casting vote.

(8) That the quorum of the committee be three members with one representing the Government, one representing the Opposition, and one representing minority groups and independent senators.

(9) That the committee and any subcommittee have power to send for and examine persons and documents, to move from place to place, to sit in public or in private, notwithstanding any prorogation of the Parliament or dissolution of the House of Representatives, and have leave to report from time to time its proceedings and the evidence taken and such interim recommendations as it may deem fit.

(10) That the committee have power to appoint subcommittees consisting of 3 or more of its members and to refer to any such subcommittee any of the matters which the committee is empowered to consider.

(11) That the committee be provided with all necessary staff, facilities and resources and be empowered to appoint persons with specialist knowledge for the purposes of the committee with the approval of the President.

(12) That the committee be empowered to print from day to day such documents and evidence as may be ordered by it and a daily Hansard be published of such proceedings as take place in public.

Orders of the Day relating to Government Documents

1  Australian Law Reform Commission—Report no. 92—The judicial power of the Commonwealth: A review of the Judiciary Act 1903 and related legislation

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

2   Aged Care Act 1997 —Report for 2000-01 on the operation of the Act

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Buckland, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

3  Wet Tropics Management Authority—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

4  Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency Limited—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Buckland—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

5  Tiwi Land Council—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

6  Torres Strait Regional Authority—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

7  Aboriginal Hostels Limited—Report for the period 25 June 2000 to 23 June 2001

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

8  Indigenous Land Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

9  Northern Land Council—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

10  Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post)—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Mackay—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Mackay, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

11  Centrelink—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

12  Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs—Report for 2000-01, including reports pursuant to the Immigration (Education) Act 1971 and the Australian Citizenship Act 1948

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

13  Department of Reconciliation and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs—Report for the period 30 January to 30 June 2001

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

14  Australian Customs Service—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

15  Australian Federal Police—Report for 2000-01, including a report pursuant to the Complaints (Australian Federal Police) Act 1981

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

16  Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade—Report for 2000-01—Volume 1: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

17  Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade—Report for 2000-01—Volume 2: Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

18  Insolvency and Trustee Service Australia—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

19  Inspector-General in Bankruptcy—Report for 2000-01 on the operation of the Bankruptcy Act 1966

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

20  Office of Film and Literature Classification—Classification Board and Classification Review Board—Reports for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

21  Department of the Environment and Heritage—Report for 2000-01, including the report of the Supervising Scientist and reports on the operation of the Hazardous Waste (Regulation of Exports and Imports (Act) 1989 and the Ozone Protection Act 1989

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

22  National Oceans Office—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

23  Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits Authority—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

24  Department of Family and Community Services—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

25  Health Insurance Commission—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

26   Crimes Act 1914 —Report on controlled operations for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

27  National Library of Australia—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Tierney—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Tierney, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

28  Australia New Zealand Food Authority—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

29   Witness Protection Act 1994 —Report for 2000-01 on the operation of the Act

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

30  Refugee Review Tribunal—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

31  Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

32  Department of Employment, Workplace Relations and Small Business—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hutchins—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hutchins, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

33  Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

34  Australian Fisheries Management Authority—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

35  Fisheries Research and Development Corporation and Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Selection Committee—Reports for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

36  Grains Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

37  Migration Review Tribunal—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

38  Comcare Australia—Report for 2000-01, including the report of QWL Corporation Pty Limited

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

39  Attorney-General’s Department—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

40  Department of Defence—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

41  Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

42  Australian Industrial Relations Commission and Australian Industrial Registry—Reports for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

43  Federal Court of Australia—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

44  Office of Parliamentary Counsel—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

45  Department of Health and Aged Care—Report for 2000-01, including a report on the administration and operation of the Therapeutic Goods Administration—Volumes 1 and 2

Adjourned debate on the motion—That the Senate take note of the document ( 14 February 2002 ).

46  Australian Research Council—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Tierney—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Tierney, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

47  Social Security Appeals Tribunal—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

48  Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

49  Forest and Wood Products Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Bartlett—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Bartlett, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

50  Federal Magistrates Service—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

51  Family Court of Australia—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Hogg—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Hogg, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

52  Australian Communications Authority—Report for 2000-01

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Mackay—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Mackay, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

53  Australian Greenhouse Office—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

54  Australian Heritage Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

55   Members of Parliament (Staff) Act 1984 —Report for 2000-01 on consultants engaged under section 4 of the Act

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

56  Civil Aviation Safety Authority Australia—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

57  Airservices Australia—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

58  Australian Sports Drug Agency—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

59  Australian Film Finance Corporation Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

60  Australian Maritime Safety Authority—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

61  Australian Institute of Family Studies—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

62  Dairy Adjustment Authority—Report for the period 3 April 2000 to 30 June 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

63  Snowy Mountains Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

64  Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

65  Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs—Report for 2000-01—Corrigenda

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

66  Migration Agents Registration Authority—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

67  Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

68  CrimTrac Agency—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

69  Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner—Report for 2000-01 on the operation of the Privacy Act 1988

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

70  Australian Law Reform Commission—Report for 2000-01 (Report no. 93)

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

71  National Native Title Tribunal—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

72  Dried Fruits Research and Development Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

73  Comcare Australia—Report for 2000-01, including the report of QWL Corporation Pty Limited—Addendum

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

74  Australian Landcare Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

75  Department of the Environment and Heritage—Report for 2000-01, including the report of the Supervising Scientist and reports on the operation of the Hazardous Waste (Regulation of Exports and Imports (Act) 1989 and the Ozone Protection Act 1989 —Corrigendum

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

76  Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

77  Australian Sports Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

78  Employment National Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

79  Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

80  Commissioner of Taxation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

81  Medibank Private—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

82  Medibank Private—Statement of corporate intent 2001-2004

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

83  National Standards Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

84  ComLand Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

85  Family Law Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

86  Superannuation Complaints Tribunal—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

87  Financial Reporting Council and Australian Accounting Standards Board—Reports for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

88  Companies and Securities Advisory Committee—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

89  Australian Securities and Investments Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

90  Goldfields Land and Sea Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

91  Commonwealth Government of Australia—Consolidated financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2001—Statement

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

92  Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

93  Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

94  Australian Institute of Health and Welfare—Australia’s welfare 2001: Services and assistance—Fifth biennial report

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

95  Australian Broadcasting Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

96  Department of the Treasury—Tax expenditures statement 2001, December 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

97  Industry Research and Development Board—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

98  Foreign Investment Review Board—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

99   Managed Investments Act 1998 —Review of the Act pursuant to section 3—Report by Mr Malcolm Turnbull, dated 3 December 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

100  Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

101  Australia Business Arts Foundation Ltd—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

102  Private Health Insurance Ombudsman—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

103  Department of Finance and Administration—Parliamentarians’ travel paid by the Department of Finance and Administration—1 January to 30 June 2001, December 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

104  Department of Finance and Administration—Former parliamentarians’ travel paid by the Department of Finance and Administration—1 January to 30 June 2001, December 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

105  Department of Industry, Science and Resources—Energy use in Commonwealth operations—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

106  Productivity Commission—Report no. 16—Telecommunications competition regulation, 21 September 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

107   Freedom of Information Act 1982 —Report for 2000-01 on the operation of the Act

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

108  Special Broadcasting Service Corporation (SBS)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

109  Commonwealth Government of Australia—Consolidated financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

110  Centrelink and the Data-Matching Agency—Data-matching program—Report on progress for 1998-2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

111  Private Health Insurance Administration Council—Report for 2000-01 on the operations of the registered health benefits organisations

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

112  Australian Government Solicitor—Statement of corporate intent 2001-02

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

113  Australian Competition and Consumer Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

114  Joint Coal Board—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

115  Central Queensland Land Council Aboriginal Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

116  North Queensland Land Council Native Title Representative Body Aboriginal Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

117  Yamatji Barna Baba Maaja Aboriginal Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

118  Australian Statistics Advisory Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

119  High Court of Australia—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

120  Private Health Insurance Administration Council—Report for 2000-01 on the operations of the registered health benefits organisations—Errata

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

121  Landcare Australia Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

122  Torres Strait Protected Zone Joint Authority—Report for 1999-2000

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

123  Wheat Export Authority—Report for 1 October 2000 to 30 September 2001

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

124  Commissioner of Taxation—Data-matching program—ATO’s interaction with the program—Report for 1998-99 to 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

125  Medical Training Review Panel—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

126  Australian Rail Track Corporation Limited (ARTC)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

127  Australian Rail Track Corporation Limited (ARTC)—Statement of corporate intent 2001-02

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

128  International Air Services Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

129  Stevedoring Industry Finance Committee—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

130  Maritime Industry Finance Company Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 February 2002 ).

131  Employment Advocate—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

132  Mid-year economic and fiscal outlook 2001-02—Statement by the Treasurer (Mr Costello) and the Minister for Finance and Administration (Mr Fahey)

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

133  Telstra Corporation Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

134  Australian Broadcasting Corporation—Equity and diversity program— Report for 1 September 2000 to 31 August 2001

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

135  Telstra Corporation Limited—Equal employment opportunity program—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

136  NetAlert Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

137  Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post)—Statement of corporate intent 20001-02 to 2003-04

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

138  Australian Broadcasting Authority—Co-regulatory scheme for Internet content regulation—Report for the period 1 January to 30 June 2001

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

139  Australian Communications Authority—Telecommunications performance—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

140  Australian Broadcasting Authority—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

141  Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post)—Equal employment opportunity program—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

142  Pooled Development Funds Registration Board—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

143  Australian Security Intelligence Organisation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

144  National Residue Survey—Results—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

145  Australian Political Exchange Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

146  Sydney Airports Corporation Limited—Statement of corporate intent, 2001-2004

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

147  Essendon Airport Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

148  Centrelink—Compliance activity for Family and Community Services—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

149  National Competition Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

150  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 832/1998—Decision

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

151  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 930/2000—Views

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

152  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 978/2001—Outline

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

153  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 984/2001—Outline

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

154  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 1011/2001—Outline

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

155  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 1012/2001—Outline

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

156  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 1014/2001—Outline

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

157  United Nations—International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights—Communication No. 1036/2001—Outline

Consideration ( 13 February 2002 ).

158  Gene Technology Regulator—Quarterly report for the period 1 July to 30 September 2001

Consideration ( 11 March 2002 ).

159  Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet—Expenditure on travel by former Governors-General between 1 January 2001 and 30 June 2001

Consideration ( 11 March 2002 ).

160  National Institute of Clinical Studies Limited—Report for the period 21 December 2000 to 30 June 2001

Consideration ( 11 March 2002 ).

161  Anglo-Australian Telescope Board—Anglo-Australian Observatory—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

162  Productivity Commission—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

163  Australia-Indonesia Institute—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

164  Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research—Report for 2000-01—Erratum

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

165  Christmas Island Casino Surveillance Authority—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

166  Copyright Agency Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

167  Official Establishments Trust—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

168  ScreenSound Australia—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

169  Remuneration Tribunal—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

170  Administrative Review Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

171  National Australia Day Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

172  Ngaanyatjarra Council (Aboriginal Corporation)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

173  Kimberley Land Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

174  Gurang Land Council (Aboriginal Corporation)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

175  Cape York Land Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

176  Mirimbiak Nations Aboriginal Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

177  Queensland South Representative Body Aboriginal Corporation—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

178  National Environment Protection Council and the National Environment Protection Council Service Corporation—Reports for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

179  National Office of Local Government—Report for 2000-01 on the operation of the Local Government (Financial Assistance) Act 1995

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

180  Australian Submarine Corporation Pty Limited—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

181  Commonwealth Grants Commission—Report on state revenue sharing relativities—2002 update

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

182  Bundanon Trust—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

183  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis and regulation impact statement—Exchange of Letters, done at Canberra on 27 September-25 October 2001, constituting an Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of New Zealand amending the Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of New Zealand Establishing a System for the Development of Joint Food Standards of 1995

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

184  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis and regulation impact statement—Protocol, done at Canberra on 27 September 2001, amending the Convention between the Government of Australia and the Government of the United States of America for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes on Income, done at Sydney on 6 August 1982

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

185  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis and regulation impact statement—Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the United States of America on Social Security, done at Canberra on 27 September 2001

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

186  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic concerning the Status of Australian Forces in the Kyrgyz Republic, done at Bishkek on 14 February 2002

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

187  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Exchange of Notes Amending the Agreement on Social Security between the Government of Australia and the Government of New Zealand, done at Canberra on 28 March 2001

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

188  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Kingdom of the Netherlands on Mutual Administrative Assistance for the proper application of Customs law and for the prevention, investigation and combating of Customs offences, done at The Hague on 24 October 2001

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

189  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt on the Promotion and Protection of Investments, done at Cairo on 3 May 2001

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

190  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Agreement between Australia and Uruguay on the Promotion and Protection of Investments, done at Punta del Este, Uruguay, on 3 September 2001

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

191  Bilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the Republic of France on Employment of Dependants of Agents of Official Missions of one of the two States in the other State, done at Adelaide on 2 November 2001

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

192  Multilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications Concerning Higher Education in the European Region, done at Lisbon on 11 April 1997

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

193  Multilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER), done at Nauru on 18 August 2001

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

194  Multilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings, done at New York on 15 December 1997

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

195  Multilateral treaty—Text, together with national interest analysis—Convention on Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition, Enforcement and Co-operation in respect of Parental Responsibility and Measures for the Protection of Children, done at The Hague on 19 October 1996

Consideration ( 12 March 2002 ).

196  Advance to the Finance Minister—Supporting applications of issues—July 2001 to January 2002

Consideration ( 13 March 2002 ).

197  Advance to the Finance Minister—Statement—July 2001 to January 2002

Consideration ( 14 March 2002 ).

198  Roads to Recovery Programme—Report for the period 21 December 2000 to 30 June 2001

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

199  Airservices Australia—Sydney Airport—Maximum movement limit compliance statement for the period 1 July to 30 September 2002

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

200   Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 —Report for the period 16 July 2000 to 30 June 2001 on the operation of the Act

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

201  Productivity Commission—Report no. 15—Cost recovery by government agencies, 16 August 2001

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

202   Broadcasting Services Act 1992 —Report—Review of the spectrum allocation powers of the Australian Broadcasting Authority, March 2002

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

203  Airservices Australia—Equity and diversity program—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

204   Product Stewardship (Oil) Act 2000 —Product stewardship arrangements for waste oil—Report for the period 1 January to 30 June 2001

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

205   Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 —Australian State of the Environment Committee—Report—Australia state of the environment 2001

Consideration ( 19 March 2002 ).

206  Productivity Commission—Report no. 15—Cost recovery by government agencies, 16 August 2001—Addendum [Recommendations and findings]

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

207  Takeovers Panel—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

208   States Grants (Primary and Secondary Education Assistance) Act 1996 —Report on financial assistance granted to each State in respect of 2000

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

209   Telecommunications Act 1997 —Funding of consumer representation, and research, in relation to telecommunications—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

210  Australian Communications Authority—National Relay Service provider performance—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

211  Australian Sports Commission—Strategic plan 2002-2005

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

212  Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry—Report—Innovating rural Australia: Research and development corporation outcomes, 2001

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

213  Australian Fisheries Management Authority Selection Committee—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

214  Advance to the Finance Minister—Statement—February 2002

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

215  Advance to the Finance Minister—Supporting applications of issues—February 2002

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

216  Maritime Industry Finance Company—Report for the period 1 July to 31 December 2001 under clause 9 of the Deed of Grant between the Maritime Industry Finance Company and the Commonwealth of Australia

Consideration ( 20 March 2002 ).

217  Audio-Visual Copyright Society Ltd (Screenrights)—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

218  National Crime Authority—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

219  Higher education—Report for the 2002 to 2004 triennium by the Minister for Education, Science and Training, March 2002

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

220  Telecommunications carrier industry development plans—Progress report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

221   Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992 —Report for 2001 pursuant to section 34A of the Act

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

222  International Labour Organisation (ILO)—Submission report on ILO Instruments adopted in 2000

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

223   Telecommunications (Interception) Act 1979 —Report for 2000-01 pursuant to Division 2 of Part IX of the Act

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

224  Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Inc., Native Title Unit—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

225  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner—Report for 2001—Native Title (Report no. 1/2002)

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

226  Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner—Report for 2001—Social justice (Report no. 2/2002)

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

227  Payments System Board—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

228  Trade policy—Australia’s trade outcomes and objectives statement 2002

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

229  Productivity Commission—Report no. 18—Review of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 and certain other superannuation legislation, 10 December 2001

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

230  Companies Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

231  Health Services Australia—Statement of corporate intent 2001-2004

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

232  Productivity Commission—Report no. 19—Price regulation of airport services, 23 January 2002

Consideration ( 14 May 2002 ).

233  GP House—Allocation of funding to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)—Letter from Secretary (IJ Watt), Department of Finance and Administration to Secretary (M Moore-Wilton), Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, dated 15 March 2002

Consideration ( 16 May 2002 ).

234  GP House—Allocation of funding to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)—The process which occurred in the then Department of Health and Aged Care in allocation of funding to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) for GP House—Report by Chris Sheedy, 15 March 2002 and covering letter

Consideration ( 16 May 2002 ).

235  Advisory Panel on the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 18 June 2002 ).

236  Advance to the Finance Minister—Statement—March and April 2002

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Ludwig, in continuation, 19 June 2002 ).

237  Advance to the Finance Minister—Supporting applications for funds—March and April 2002

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Ludwig—That the Senate take note of the document ( adjourned, Senator Hutchins, 19 June 2002 ).

238  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Tasmania—Variation, 19 July 2001

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

239  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Tasmania—Commonwealth Government implementation report for 1998

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

240  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Tasmania—Tasmanian Government implementation report for 1998

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

241  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Tasmania—Commonwealth Government implementation report for 2000

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

242  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Tasmania—Tasmanian Government implementation report for 2000

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

243  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Tasmania—Commonwealth Government implementation report for 2001

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

244  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Victoria—Report for 1998

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

245  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of Victoria—Report for 2000

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

246  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of New South Wales: Eden region of New South Wales—Interim report on the implementation, 25August 1999 to 30 April 2001

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

247  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of New South Wales: North East New South Wales (Upper North East and Lower North East Regions)—Interim report on the implementation, 31 March 2000 to 30 April 2001

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

248  Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of New South Wales: Southern New South Wales, April 2001

Consideration ( 20 June 2002 ).

249  Australian National University—Report for 2001

Consideration ( 25 June 2002 ).

250  Australia-India Council—Report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 25 June 2002 ).

251  Bilateral treaty—Text of the proposed treaty action together with the national interest analysis—Timor Sea Treaty between the Government of Australia and the Government of East Timor, done at Dili on 20 May 2002

Consideration ( 25 June 2002 ).

252  Bilateral treaty—Text of the proposed treaty action together with the national interest analysis—Exchange of Notes Constituting an Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the Democratic Republic of East Timor concerning Arrangements for Exploration and Exploitation of Petroleum in an Area of the Timor Sea Between East Timor and Australia, done at Dili on 20 May 2002

Consideration ( 25 June 2002 ).

253  Multilateral treaty—Text of the proposed treaty action together with the national interest analysis and the regulation impact statement—Agreement to Promote Compliance with International Conservation and Management Measures by Fishing Vessels on the High Seas, done at Rome on 24 November 1993

Consideration ( 25 June 2002 ).

254  List of multilateral treaty action presently under negotiation or consideration by the Australian Government, or expected to be within the next twelve months, June 2002

Consideration ( 25 June 2002 ).

255  Pharmaceutical Benefits Pricing Authority—Supplementary report for 2000-01

Consideration ( 26 June 2002 ).

256  Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission—Report of an inquiry into a complaint by Mr Duc Anh Ha of acts or practices inconsistent with or contrary to human rights arising from immigration detention (HRC report no. 18)

Consideration ( 26 June 2002 ).

257  Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission—Report of an inquiry into a complaint by Mr Hocine Kaci of acts or practices inconsistent with or contrary to human rights arising from immigration detention (HRC report no. 16)

Consideration ( 26 June 2002 ).

258  Advance to the Finance Minister—Statement—May 2002

Consideration ( 26 June 2002 ).

259  Advance to the Finance Minister—Supporting applications for funds—May 2002

Consideration ( 26 June 2002 ).

260  Department of Finance and Administration—Parliamentarians’ travel paid by the Department of Finance and Administration—July to December 2001, June 2002

Consideration ( 27 June 2002 ).

261  Department of Finance and Administration—Former parliamentarians’ travel paid by the Department of Finance and Administration—July to December 2001, June 2002

Consideration ( 27 June 2002 ).

262  Australian Institute of Health and Welfare—Australia’s health 2002—Eighth biennial report

Consideration ( 27 June 2002 ).

263  Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission—Report of an inquiry into a complaint by the Asylum Seekers Centre concerning changes to the Asylum Seekers Assistance Scheme (HRC report no. 17)

Consideration ( 27 June 2002 ).

*264  Department of Health and Ageing—Final report—Access to departmental resources by Dr Michael Wooldridge: Audit and Fraud Control Branch, June 2002

Consideration ( 19 August 2002 ).

*265  Judge Advocate General—Report for 2001

Consideration ( 19 August 2002 ).

*266  Department of Health and Ageing—Final report—Access to departmental resources by Dr Michael Wooldridge: Audit and Fraud Control Branch, June 2002—Erratum

Consideration ( 19 August 2002 ).

*267  Airservices Australia—Corporate plan July 2001 to June 2006

Consideration ( 19 August 2002 ).

*268  Council of Financial Regulators—Report for 2001

Consideration ( 19 August 2002 ).

Orders of the Day

ABC Amendment (Online and Multichannelling Services) Bill 2001 [2002]—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Calvert, 3 April 2001 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

Air Navigation Amendment (Extension of Curfew and Limitation of Aircraft Movements) Bill 1995 [2002]—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 27 March 1995 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

Anti-Genocide Bill 1999 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Greig )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 5 April 2001 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

Australian Broadcasting Corporation Amendment Bill 1999 [2002]—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator O’Brien, 25 March 1999 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

Constitution Alteration (Appropriations for the Ordinary Annual Services of the Government) 2001 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Murray and the Leader of the Australian Democrats, Senator Stott Despoja )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Calvert, 26 June 2001 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

Constitution Alteration (Electors’ Initiative, Fixed Term Parliaments and Qualification of Members) 2000 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Murray )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Calvert, 4 April 2000 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

Corporate Code of Conduct Bill 2000 [2002]—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Calvert, 6 September 2000 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

Freedom of Information Amendment (Open Government) Bill 2000 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Murray )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Calvert, 5 September 2000 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

10  Parliamentary Approval of Treaties Bill 1995 [2002]—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 31 May 1995 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 23 November 1998 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

12  Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Ridgeway )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Calvert, 5 April 2001 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

13  State Elections (One Vote, One Value) Bill 2001 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Murray )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( adjourned, Senator Calvert, 7 August 2001 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 13 February 2002 ).

14  Public liability insurance premiums

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Conroy—That the Senate—

(a) expresses its concern about the significant increase in public liability insurance premiums and the effect it is having on the viability of many small businesses and community and sporting organisations;

(b) condemns the Government for its inaction; and

(c) urges the Minister to propose a solution to this pressing issue, as quickly as possible, not just look at the problem—( Senator Ferguson, in continuation, 14 February 2002 ).

15  Ministers of State (Post-Retirement Employment Restrictions) Bill 2002—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Democrats (Senator Stott Despoja) )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Stott Despoja, in continuation, 13 March 2002 ).

16  Lucas Heights reactor—Order for production of documents—Statement by Minister

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Carr—That the Senate take note of the statement ( Senator Carr, in continuation, 19 March 2002 ).

17  Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (Boundary Extension) Amendment Bill 2002—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Bartlett )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Calvert, in continuation, 16 May 2002 ).

18  Genetic Privacy and Non-discrimination Bill 1998 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Democrats, Senator Stott Despoja )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Coonan, in continuation, 5 October 2000 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 14 May 2002 ).

19  Patents Amendment Bill 1996 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Democrats, Senator Stott Despoja )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 27 June 1996 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 14 May 2002 ).

20  Republic (Consultation of the People) Bill 2001 [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Leader of the Australian Democrats, Senator Stott Despoja )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Stott Despoja, in continuation, 26 September 2001 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 14 May 2002 ).

21  Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Scrutiny of Board Appointments) Amendment Bill 2002—( Senate bill )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( 15 May 2002 ).

23  Constitution Alteration (Right to Stand for Parliament—Qualification of Members and Candidates) 1998 (No. 2) [2002]—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Special Minister of State (Senator Abetz), in continuation, 3 December 1998 )—( restored pursuant to resolution of 16 May 2002 ).

24  Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (Forest Practices) Bill 2002—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Brown )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Brown, in continuation, 20 June 2002 ).

25  Family Law Amendment (Joint Residency) Bill 2002—( Senate bill )— ( Senator Harris )

Second reading—Adjourned debate ( Senator Harris, in continuation, 20 June 2002 ).

26  ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Organisation (AIPO)—Report of the Australian parliamentary delegation to the 22nd AIPO General Assembly, Thailand, 2 to 5 September 2001; Visits and briefings, Bangkok, 6 to 8 September 2001; and Bi-lateral visit to Singapore, 9 to 13 September 2001

Adjourned debate on the motion of Senator Calvert—That the Senate take note of the document ( Senator Calvert, in continuation, 27 June 2002 ).