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APPROPRIATION BILL (NO. 1) 1985-86

The Senate, according to Order, resolved itself into Committee for the further consideration of the Bill.

In the Committee

Schedule 2 further considered.

Group C-

Divisions 200-202, Department of Communications, $482,958,000, further debated and passed without requests.

Group D-

Divisions 270-284, Department of Education, $958,429,000, debated and passed without requests.

The following Votes were debated and passed without requests:

Divisions- $

352-356

Housing and Construction

696,217,000

245

Buildings and Works (Defence)

229,498,000

246

Repairs and Maintenance (Defence)

125,083,000

248

Housing for Servicemen (Defence)

4,258,000

Divisions 590-593, Department of Sport, Recreation and Tourism, $78,946,000, debated and passed without requests.

Divisions 130-149, Department of Arts, Heritage and Environment, $179,898,000, debated and passed without requests.

Divisions 120-125, Department of Aboriginal Affairs, $231,924,000, debated and passed without requests.

Group E-

Divisions 520-525, Department of Resources and Energy, $171,530,000, debated.

Ordered-That further consideration of the Votes for the Department of Resources and Energy be postponed.

Divisions 165-190, Attorney-General's Department, $217,792,000, debated and passed without requests.

Ordered-That further consideration of the Votes for the Department of Resources and Energy be resumed.

Divisions 520-525, Department of Resources and Energy, $171,530,000, further debated and passed without requests.

Divisions 575-583, Department of the Special Minister of State, $243,624,000, debated.

And it being 10.30 p.m.: The Temporary Chairman of Committees (Senator MacGibbon), under Sessional Order, put the Question-That he do leave the Chair and report to the Senate.

Question-put and passed.

The Deputy-President resumed the Chair; and Senator MacGibbon reported accordingly.