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COMMUNICATIONS—NATIONAL BROADBAND NETWORK—BUSINESS CASE—PROPOSED ORDER FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENT

Senator Birmingham, also on behalf of Senator Cormann, pursuant to notice of motion not objected to as a formal motion, moved general business notice of motion no. 137—That there be presented to the President under standing order 166, no later than noon on Monday, 29 November 2010 the final report of the review of NBN Co Limited's Business Case undertaken by Greenhill Caliburn in accordance with the services contract between the Department of Finance and Deregulation and Greenhill Caliburn, which the services contract requires to be provided to the department by 26 November 2010.


Question put.

The Senate divided—

AYES,32


Senators—
AdamsCashFisherMcGauran
BackColbeckHeffernanNash
BarnettCoonanHumphriesParry (Teller)
BernardiCormannJohnstonRonaldson
BirminghamFergusonJoyceRyan
BoswellFieldingKrogerTroeth
BoyceFierravanti-WellsMacdonaldTrood
BushbyFifieldMasonWilliams

NOES, 32


Senators—
BilykCrossinLudwigPratt
BishopFarrellLundySherry
Brown, BobFeeneyMarshallSiewert
Brown, CarolForshawMcEwen (Teller)Stephens
CameronFurnerMcLucasSterle
CarrHanson-YoungMilneWong
CollinsHoggMooreWortley
ConroyLudlamPolleyXenophon

The ayes and noes were equal and so the question was negatived.