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NOTICES

Notices of Motion were given, as follows: Senator Bjelke-Petersen: To move on the next day of sitting-That the Senate- (a) expresses its concern over this Labor Government's restraints in the area of defence training and maintenance schedules;

(b) criticises the Government for its lack of positive encouragement of domestic industry to participate in Australian design, development and production for defence purposes, an initiative which would be a simple and direct means of assisting Australian industry regain international competitiveness; and

(c) condemns the Federal Government for its abysmal record in the funding of defence areas, which has seriously affected establishment levels in the regular and reserve forces, flying and steaming times for aircraft and ships, training levels in the 3 services, the maintenance of stocks of fuel, munitions and spare parts, and the scrapping of the school cadets.

Senator Mason: No. 1-To move 5 sitting days after today-That the Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations (Amendment), as contained in Statutory Rules 1983 No. 331 and made under the Customs Act 1901, be disallowed.

No. 2-To move 5 sitting days after today-That the Customs (Cinematograph Films) Regulations (Amendment), as contained in Statutory Rules 1983 No. 332 and made under the Customs Act 1901, be disallowed.

No. 3-To move 5 sitting days after today-That the Classification of Publications Ordinance 1983, as contained in Australian Capital Territory Ordinance No. 59 of 1983 and made under the Seat of Government (Administration) Act 1910, be disallowed.

Senator Harradine: No. 1-To move 5 sitting days after today-That regulation 3 of the Customs (Cinematograph Films) Regulations (Amendment), as contained in Statutory Rules 1983 No. 332 and made under the Customs Act 1901, be disallowed.

No. 2-To move 5 sitting days after today-That the Classification of Publications Regulations, as contained in Australian Capital Territory Regulations 1984 No. 2 and made under the Classification of Publications Ordinance 1983, be disallowed.

Senator Kilgariff: To move on the next day of sitting-That the Senate- (a) notes the devastation caused by Cyclone Kathy to the town of Borroloola in the Northern Territory;

(b) commends the townspeople of Borroloola for their fortitude in the face of that disaster and Constable Mick Van Heythuysen for his courage in assisting the people to safety so that there was no loss of life in the town;

(c) extends its sympathy to the relatives of Peter Leenahan who lost his life in the cyclone; and

(d) calls on the Federal Government to co-operate with the Government of the Northern Territory to provide relief and assistance to the people of Borroloola as quickly as possible.