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NOTICES

Notices of motion:

The Chair of the Joint Select Committee on Cyber Safety (Senator Bilyk): To move on the next day of sitting—That the Joint Select Committee on Cyber Safety be authorised to hold a public meeting during the sitting of the Senate on Wednesday, 27 June 2012, from 4.15 pm to 5.30 pm. (general business notice of motion no. 772)

The Deputy Chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (Senator Birmingham): To move on the next day of sitting—That the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties be authorised to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Tuesday, 19 June 2012, from 8.15 pm to 9.30 pm. (general business notice of motion no. 773)

The Deputy Chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (Senator Birmingham): To move on the next day of sitting—That the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties be authorised to hold a public meeting during the sitting of the Senate on Monday, 25 June 2012, from 10 am to noon. (general business notice of motion no. 774)

The Deputy Chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (Senator Cash): To move on the next day of sitting—That the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity be authorised to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Thursday, 21 June 2012, from 11 am. (general business notice of motion no. 775)

The Deputy Chair of the Community Affairs References Committee (Senator Moore): To move on the next day of sitting—That the time for the presentation of the report of the Community Affairs References Committee on health services and medical professionals in rural areas be extended to 15 August 2012. (general business notice of motion no. 776)

Senator Singh: To move on the next day of sitting—That the Joint Standing Committee on Migration be authorised to hold a public meeting during the sitting of the Senate on Wednesday, 27 June 2012, from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. (general business notice of motion no. 777)

The Chair of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee (Senator Wright): To move on the next day of sitting—That the time for the presentation of the report of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee on the detention of minors be extended to 19 September 2012. (general business notice of motion no. 778)


The Chair of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee (Senator Crossin): To move on the next day of sitting—That the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee be authorised to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Thursday, 21 June 2012, from 3.45 pm. (general business notice of motion no. 779)

The Parliamentary Secretary for School Education and Workplace Relations (Senator Collins): To move on the next day of sitting—That—

 (1) On Tuesday, 19 June, Thursday, 21 June, and Tuesday, 26 June 2012, any proposal pursuant to standing order 75 shall not be proceeded with.

 (2) On Wednesday, 20 June and 27 June 2012, consideration of government documents shall not be proceeded with, and instead the routine of business shall be government business only.

 (3) Divisions may take place on:

  (a) Thursday, 21 June and 28 June 2012, after 4.30 pm; and

  (b) Monday, 25 June 2012, before 12.30 pm.

 (4) On Tuesday, 19 June and 26 June 2012:

  (a) the hours of meeting shall be 12.30 pm to 6.30 pm and 7.30 pm to 10.40 pm;

  (b) the routine of business from not later than 7.30 pm shall be government business only; and

  (c) the question for the adjournment of the Senate shall be proposed at 10 pm.

 (5) On Thursday, 21 June 2012:

  (a) the hours of meeting shall be 9.30 am to 6 pm and 7 pm to 10.40 pm;

  (b) the routine of business from not later than 7 pm shall be government business only; and

  (c) the question for the adjournment of the Senate shall be proposed at 10 pm.

 (6) The Senate shall sit on Friday, 22 June 2012, and:

  (a) the hours of meeting shall be 9.30 am to 3.40 pm;

  (b) the routine of business shall be:

   (i) notices of motion, and

   (ii) government business only; and

  (c) the question for the adjournment of the Senate shall be proposed at 3 pm.

 (7) On Wednesday, 27 June 2012, consideration of the business before the Senate shall be interrupted at approximately 5 pm, but not so as to interrupt a senator speaking, to enable Senator Whish-Wilson to make his first speech without any question before the chair.

 (8) The following government business orders of the day shall have precedence over all government business, be called on in the following order and be considered under a limitation of time, and that the time allotted for all remaining stages be as follows:

Antarctic Treaty (Environment Protection) Amendment Bill 2011commencing not later than 5 pm until 5.40 pm on 19 June 2012
National Water Commission Amendment Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 6.20 pm on 19 June 2012Tax Laws Amendment (2012 Measures No. 3) Bill 2012 and two related billscommencing immediately after the preceding item until 8.30 pm on 19 June 2012Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records Bill 2011 and a related billcommencing immediately after the preceding item until 9.15 pm on 19 June 2012Skills Australia Amendment (Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 9.50 pm on 19 June 2012Corporations Amendment (Future of Financial Advice) Bill 2012 and a related billcommencing not later than 9.30 am until noon on 20 June 2012Tax Laws Amendment (Medicare Levy and Medicare Levy Surcharge) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 12.40 pm on 20 June 2012National Broadcasting Legislation Amendment Bill 2010commencing immediately after the preceding item, or not later than 5.30 pm, whichever is the earlier, until 6.20 pm on 20 June 2012National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 7 pm on 20 June 2012Electoral and Referendum Amendment (Maintaining Address) Bill 2011 and a related billcommencing not later than 7 pm until 9.30 pm on 21 June 2012Social Security Amendment (Supporting Australian Victims of Terrorism Overseas) Bill 2011commencing not later than 9.40 am until 10.30 am on 22 June 2012Appropriation Bill (No. 5) 2011-2012 and a related billcommencing immediately after the preceding item until 11.20 am on 22 June 2012Parliamentary Counsel and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 12.20 pm on 22 June 2012National Vocational Education and Training Regulator (Charges) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 1 pm on 22 June 2012Broadcasting Services Amendment (Digital Television) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 1.50 pm on 22 June 2012
Broadcasting Services Amendment (Improved Access to Television Services) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 2.50 pm on 22 June 2012Australian Human Rights Commission Amendment (National Children's Commissioner) Bill 2012commencing not later than 10.10 am until 11 am on 25 June 2012 Financial Framework Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 11.50 am on 25 June 2012Clean Energy Finance Corporation Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item, or not later than 5.30 pm, whichever is the earlier, until 8.20 pm on 25 June 2012Clean Energy Legislation Amendment Bill 2012 and two related billscommencing immediately after the preceding item until 8.40 pm on 25 June 2012Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill (No. 1) 2012-2013 and two related billscommencing immediately after the preceding item until 9.30 pm on 25 June 2012Superannuation Legislation Amendment (Stronger Super) Bill 2012 and a related billcommencing immediately after the preceding item, or not later than 12.30 pm, whichever is the earlier, until 1.20 pm on 26 June 2012Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item, or not later than 5 pm, whichever is the earlier, until 8 pm on 26 June 2012Social Security and Other Legislation Amendment (2012 Budget and Other Measures) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 9 pm on 26 June 2012Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards Amendment (Scheme Enhancements) Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item until 9.50 pm on 26 June 2012Paid Parental Leave and Other Legislation Amendment (Dad and Partner Pay and Other Measures) Bill 2012commencing at 9.30 am until 10.15 am on 27 June 2012

 (9) Paragraph (8) of this order shall operate as a limitation of debate under standing order 142.


The Parliamentary Secretary for School Education and Workplace Relations (Senator Collins): To move on the next day of sitting—That—

 (1) On Tuesday, 19 June and 26 June 2012, any proposal pursuant to standing order 75 shall not be proceeded with.

 (2) On Wednesday, 20 June and 27 June 2012, consideration of government documents shall not be proceeded with, and instead the routine of business shall be government business only.

 (3) Divisions may take place on:

  (a) Thursday, 21 June and 28 June 2012, after 4.30 pm; and

  (b) Monday, 25 June 2012, before 12.30 pm.

 (4) On Tuesday, 19 June and 26 June 2012:

  (a) the hours of meeting shall be 12.30 pm to 6.30 pm and 7.30 pm to 10.40 pm;

  (b) the routine of business from not later than 7.30 pm shall be government business only; and

  (c) the question for the adjournment of the Senate shall be proposed at 10 pm.

 (5) On Thursday, 21 June and 28 June 2012:

  (a) the hours of meeting shall be 9.30 am to 6 pm and 7 pm to 10.40 pm;

  (b) the routine of business from not later than 7 pm shall be government business only; and

  (c) the question for the adjournment of the Senate shall be proposed at 10 pm.

 (6) On Wednesday, 27 June 2012, consideration of the business before the Senate be interrupted at approximately 5 pm, but not so as to interrupt a senator speaking, to enable Senator Whish-Wilson to make his first speech without any question before the chair.

 (7) The following government business orders of the day shall have precedence over all government business, be called on in the following order and be considered under a limitation of time, and that the time allotted for all remaining stages be as follows:

Corporations Amendment (Future of Financial Advice) Bill 2012 and a related billcommencing not later than 5 pm on 19 June 2012 until 10.30 am on 20 June 2012Electoral and Referendum Amendment (Maintaining Address) Bill 2011 and a related billcommencing immediately after the preceding item until 7 pm on 20 June 2012National Broadcasting Legislation Amendment Bill 2010commencing not later than 7 pm until 8 pm on 21 June 2012Social Security Amendment (Supporting Australian Victims of Terrorism Overseas) Bill 2011commencing immediately after the preceding item until 9.50 pm on 21 June 2012
Australian Human Rights Commission Amendment (National Children's Commissioner) Bill 2012commencing not later than 10 am until 11 am on 25 June 2012Appropriation Bill (No. 5) 2011-2012 and a related billcommencing immediately after the preceding item until 1 pm on 25 June 2012Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill (No. 1) 2012-2013 and two related billscommencing immediately after the preceding item until 1.30 pm on 25 June 2012Clean Energy Finance Corporation Bill 2012commencing immediately after the preceding item, or not later than 5.30 pm, whichever is the earlier, until 9.10 pm on 25 June 2012Clean Energy Legislation Amendment Bill 2012 and two related billscommencing immediately after the preceding item until 9.40 pm on 25 June 2012

 (8) Paragraph (7) of this order shall operate as a limitation of debate under standing order 142.

Senator Hanson-Young: To move on the next day of sitting—That the Senate—

 (a) condemns the decision of the Premier of Queensland, Mr Campbell Newman, to wind back state civil partnership legislation so that same-sex couples can no longer hold a civil ceremony in front of their friends and relatives to solemnise their union; and

 (b) notes that the scrapping of state-sanctioned declaration ceremonies increases the inequality that Queensland same-sex couples already face in not being permitted to marry under federal law. (general business notice of motion no. 780)

Senator Hanson-Young: To move on 21 June 2012—That the following bill be introduced: A Bill for an Act to amend the law relating to the review of security assessments, and for related purposes. Migration and Security Legislation Amendment (Review of Security Assessments) Bill 2012. (general business notice of motion no. 781)

Senator Boswell: To move on the next day of sitting—That the following matter be referred to the Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee for inquiry and report by 10 October 2012:

The effect on Australian pineapple growers of importing fresh pineapple from Malaysia, including:

 (a) the scientific basis on which the provisional final import risk analysis report regarding the importation of fresh, decrowned pineapple has been developed;

 (b) the risk and consequences of the importation resulting in the introduction of pest species;

 (c) the adequacy of the quarantine conditions recommended by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry; and

 (d) any other related matter.


Intention to withdraw: Senator Colbeck, pursuant to standing order 78, gave notice of his intention, at the giving of notices on the next day of sitting, to withdraw business of the Senate notice of motion no. 1 standing in his name for two sitting days after today for the disallowance of the Fishing Levy Regulations 2011, as contained in Select Legislative Instrument 2011 No. 241 and made under the Fishing Levy Act 1991 and the Fisheries Management Act 1991.