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Tuesday, 8 February 2005
Page: 79


The ACTING DEPUTY PRESIDENT (Senator Crossin)—Pursuant to standing order 166, I present documents listed on today’s Order of Business at item 13 (a) and (b) which were presented to the President, the Deputy President and temporary chairs of committees since the Senate last sat. In accordance with the terms of the standing orders, the publication of the documents was authorised. I also present various documents and responses to resolutions of the Senate as listed at item 14 on today’s Order of Business.

The list read as follows—

(a) Government Documents

1.   Private Health Insurance Administration Council--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 14 December 2004)

2.   Operations of the Registered Health Benefits Organisations--Annual report 2003—04 (received on 14 December 2004)

3.   NHMRC Licensing Committee--Report for the period 1 April 2004 to 30 September 2004 (received on 15 December 2004)

4.   Australian Institute of Health and Welfare--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 17 December 2004)

5.   National Occupational Health and Safety Commission--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 20 December 2004)

6.   Australia and the International Financial Institutions--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 21 December 2004)

7.   Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 21 December 2004)

8.   Australian Crime Commission--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 21 December 2004)

9.   Private Health Insurance Ombudsman--Annual report 2004 (received on 21 December 2004)

10.   Superannuation Complaints Tribunal--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 23 December 2004)

11.   Medical Training Review Panel--Eighth report (received on 23 December 2004)

12.   Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2004 (received on 23 December 2004)

13.   Health Insurance Commission--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 24 December 2004)

14.   Health Insurance Commission--Equity and Diversity annual report 2003-04 (received on 24 December 2004)

15.   Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

16.   Aboriginals Benefit Account--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

17.   Central Land Council--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

18.   Northern Land Council--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

19.   Torres Strait Regional Authority--Annual report 200e-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

20.   Cape York Land Council--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

21.   Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

22.   Queensland South Representative Body Aboriginal Corporation--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 December 2004)

23.   National Capital Authority--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 24 December 2004)

24.   Foreign Investment Review Board--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 5 January 2005)

25.   National Blood Authority--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 6 January 2005)

26.   Centrelink and the Data-Matching Agency—Data-matching program—Report on progress for 2001-2004 (received on 12 January 2004)

27.   Health Services Australia Group--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 13 January 2005)

28.   Health Services Australia Pty Ltd--2004-05 statement of corporate intent (received on 13 January 2005)

29.   Australian Hearing--Annual report 2003-04 (received on 14 January 2005)

30.   2004 Tax Expenditures Statement (received on 21 January 2005)

31.   Industry, Research and Development Board--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 24 January 2005)

32.   Government response to Productivity Commission report on review of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (received on 27 January 2005)

33.   Department of Health and Ageing—Report on the Operation of the Aged Care Act 1997: 1 July 2003 to 30 June 2004 (received on 27 January 2005)

34.   Department of Health and Ageing--Annual report 2003-2004 (received on 4 February 2005)

35.   Office of the Gene Technology Regulation-Quarterly report for the period 1 April to 30 June 2004 (received on 7 February 2004)

(b) Reports of the Auditor-General

1.   Report no. 16 of 2004-2005--Performance Audit--Container Examination Facilities: Australian Customs Service (received on 14 December 2004)

2.   Report no. 17 of 2004-2005--Performance Audit--Administration of the National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and the Department of the Environment and Heritage (received on 15 December 2004)

3.   Report no. 18 of 2004-2005—Performance Audit—Regulation of Non-prescription Medicinal Products: Department of Health and Ageing Therapeutic Goods Administration (received on 16 December 2004)

4.   Report no. 19 of 2004-2005--Performance Audit--Taxpayers’ Charter: Australian Taxation Office (received on 17 December 2004)

5.   Report no. 20 of 2004-2005--Performance Audit--Australian Taxation Office’s management of the Energy Grants (Credits) Scheme (received on 21 December 2004)

6.   Report no. 21 of 2004-2005--Financial Statement Audit--Audits of the financial statements of Australian Government Entities for the period ended 30 June 2004 (received on 12 January 2005)

7.   Report no. 22 of 2004-2005--Performance Audit--Investment of public funds (received on 18 January 2005)

8.   Report no. 23 of 2004-2005--Performance Audit--Audit Activity Report: July to December 2004: Summary of Outcomes (received on 21 January 2005)

9.   Report no. 24 of 2004-2005—Performance Audit—Integrity of Medicare Enrolment Data: Health Insurance Commission (received on 27 January 2005)

10.   Report no. 25 of 2004-2005--Performance Audit--Army Capability Assurance Processes: Department of Defence (received on 1 February 2005)

(c) Responses to resolutions of the Senate

Ambassador of Ukraine (His Excellency Dr Olexandr Mischenko)—Resolution of 12 December 2004—Ukraine

Minister for Vocational and Technical Education (Mr Hardgrave)—Resolution of 17 November 2005—Indigenous Australians and the opening of Parliament

Acting Premier of Queensland (Terry Mackenroth)—Resolution of 1 December 2004—Palm Island

Acting Premier of Queensland (Terry Mackenroth)—Resolution of 6 December 2004—Murray River

Premier of South Australia (Hon. Mike Rann, MP)—Resolution of 10 August 2004—Cigarette vending machines

(d) Other documents

Odgers’ Australian Senate Practice, 11th edition, 2004

Business of the Senate: 1 January 2004 to 31 December 2004

Questions on Notice summary: 16 November 2004 to 31 December 2004

Ordered that Business of the Senate for 2004 be printed.