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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

Orders of the day

         1    Superannuation Legislation Amendment (Trustee Governance) Bill 2015 ( Assistant Treasurer ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  19 October 2015 ).

         2    Social Services Legislation Amendment (No Jab, No Pay) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  16 September 2015 —Ms King ).

         3    Social Services Legislation Amendment (More Generous Means Testing for Youth Payments) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  10 September 2015 —Ms Rishworth ).

         4    Customs Amendment (China-Australia Free Trade Agreement Implementation) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Trade and Investment ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  16 September 2015 —Ms King ).

         5    Customs Tariff Amendment (China-Australia Free Trade Agreement Implementation) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Trade and Investment ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  16 September 2015 —Ms King ).

         6    Migration and Maritime Powers Amendment Bill (No. 1) 2015 ( Minister for Immigration and Border Protection ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  16 September 2015 —Dr Leigh ).

         7    Migration Amendment (Charging for a Migration Outcome) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Immigration and Border Protection ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  16 September 2015 —Dr Leigh ).

         8    Maritime Legislation Amendment Bill 2015 ( Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  9 September 2015 —Ms King ).

         9    Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Amendment (Inter-State Voyages) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  12 August 2015 —Ms King ).

      10    Competition and Consumer Amendment (Deregulatory and Other Measures) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Small Business ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  18 March 2015 —Ms King ).

      11    Australian Crime Commission Amendment (Criminology Research) Bill 2015 ( Assistant Treasurer ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  19 October 2015 —Ms Rishworth ).

      12    Australian Citizenship Amendment (Allegiance to Australia) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Immigration and Border Protection ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  24 June 2015 —Mr Zappia ).

      13    Aviation Transport Security Amendment (Cargo) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  17 September 2015 —Ms Rishworth ).

      14    Fairer Paid Parental Leave Bill 2015 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  25 June 2015 —Mr Danby ).

      15    Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Amendment Bill 2015 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  24 June 2015 —Mr Zappia ).

      16    Migration Amendment (Complementary Protection and Other Measures) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Immigration and Border Protection ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  14 October 2015 —Ms King ).

      17    Tax and Superannuation Laws Amendment (2015 Measures No. 5) Bill 2015 ( Assistant Treasurer ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  15 October 2015 —Ms Rishworth ).

      18    Higher Education Support Amendment (VET FEE-HELP Reform) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Vocational Education and Skills ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  15 October 2015 —Ms Rishworth ).

      19    Social Services Legislation Amendment (Youth Employment) Bill 2015 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  16 September 2015 —Ms King ).

      20    Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (2014 Budget Measures No. 5) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  2 October 2014 —Mr A. S. Burke ).

      21    Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (Repeal) (No. 1) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  3 December 2014 —Mr Laming, in continuation ) on the motion of Mr K. J. Andrews —That the Bill be now read a second time— And on the amendment moved thereto by Dr Leigh , viz. —That all words after “That” be omitted with a view to substituting the following words: “whilst not declining to give the bill a second reading, the House is of the opinion that the Government’s plan to abolish the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission is an insult to the good work of the charitable sector, and to all Australians that want accountability and transparency when it comes to their generous donations.”.

      22    Family Assistance Legislation Amendment (Child Care Measures) Bill (No. 2) 2014 ( Assistant Minister for Education ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 25 June 2014 —Ms King ).

      23    Clean Energy Finance Corporation (Abolition) Bill 2014 ( Minister for the Environment ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 26 June 2014 ).

      24    First anniversary of the loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Resumption of debate ( from  5 March 2015 —Mr Hartsuyker ) on the motion of Mr Abbott —That this House:

(1)         note that the 8th of March will mark 12 months since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared from radar over the South China Sea;

(2)         extend its heartfelt sympathies to the family and friends of the 239 passengers and crew on board, including six Australian citizens and one Australian resident, who have suffered a harrowing 12 months of uncertainty and sorrow;

(3)         acknowledge the hard work and perseverance of all those working on the international search and recovery effort, led by Australia, to locate the missing aircraft; and

(4)         note the work of Airservices Australia and their counterparts in Malaysia and Indonesia in leading global efforts to enhance aircraft flight tracking.

      25    Defence Amendment (Fair Pay for Members of the ADF) Bill 2014 ( from Senate ): Second reading ( from  19 March 2015 ).

      26    Omnibus Repeal Day (Spring 2014) Bill 2014: Consideration of Senate’s amendments ( from  19 August 2015 ).

      27    Crimes Legislation Amendment (Powers, Offences and Other Measures) Bill 2015: Consideration of Senate’s amendments ( from 19 August 2015 ).

      28    Treasury Legislation Amendment (Small Business and Unfair Contract Terms) Bill 2015: Consideration of Senate’s amendments ( from 14 September 2015 ).

      29    Fair Work Amendment Bill 2014: Consideration of Senate’s amendments ( from 14 October 2015 ).

      30    Asset Recycling Fund Bill 2014: Consideration of Senate’s message ( from  26 August 2014 ).

      31    Asset Recycling Fund (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2014: Consideration of Senate’s message ( from  26 August 2014 ).

      32    Veterans’ Affairs Legislation Amendment Bill 2013 ( Prime Minister ): Second reading ( from  12 November 2013 ).

     33    Offer of repatriation—Terendak Cemetery—MOTION TO TAKE NOTE OF DOCUMENT: Resumption of debate ( from 12 August 2015—Mr Champion ) on the motion of Mr Pyne —That the House take note of the document.

      34    Presentation of the Prime Minister’s Annual Report on Closing the Gap:  Consideration of Senate’s message No. 27 ( from 12 December 2013 ).

Notices

       1    Mr Hunt : To move—That this House:

(1)         notes that the carbon tax is inflicting massive damage on the Australian economy, as follows:

(a)         in its first year of operation, the carbon tax was a $7.6 billion hit on the Australian economy and a direct hit on around 75,000 businesses;

(b)         348 companies have paid $6.6 billion in direct emissions liabilities in 2012-13;

(c)         a further $1 billion has been slugged on business through reduced fuel tax credits, and charges on the refrigeration and aviation industries; and

(d)         16 of the 20 largest carbon tax bills have gone to electricity companies, and the power sector is being hit with $4.1 billion in additional costs, pushing up power bills for families; and

(2)         calls on the Senate to pass, as a matter of priority, the:

(a)         Climate Change Authority (Abolition) Bill 2013;

(b)         Clean Energy Legislation (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013;

(c)         Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) Amendment (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013;

(d)         Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Import Levy) (Transitional Provisions) Bill 2013;

(e)         Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas (Manufacture Levy) Amendment (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013;

(f)          True-up Shortfall Levy (General) (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013;

(g)         True-up Shortfall Levy (Excise) (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013;

(h)         Excise Tariff Amendment (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013;

(i)           Customs Tariff Amendment (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013; and

(j)          Clean Energy (Income Tax Rates and Other Amendments) Bill 2013.

              ( Notice given 25 February 2014. )

       2    Mr Pyne : To move—That standing order 1 be amended to read as follows:

1       Maximum speaking times ( amendments to existing subject, as follows )

The maximum time limits that apply to debates, speeches and statements are as follows provided that any time taken by interruptions for the purposes of calling and forming a quorum call shall not count towards the maximum speaking time allowed to the Member speaking at the time.

              ( Notice given 13 February 2014. )

       3    Mr Pyne : To move—That standing order 47 be amended to read as follows:

47       Motions for suspension of orders

(a)    A Minister may move, with or without notice, the suspension of any standing or other order of the House.

(b)    If a suspension motion is moved on notice, it shall appear on the Notice Paper and may be carried by a majority of votes.

(c)     If a suspension motion is moved without notice it:

         (i)          must be relevant to any business under discussion and seconded; and

         (ii)         can be carried only by an absolute majority of Members.

(d)    Any suspension of orders shall be limited to the particular purpose of the suspension.

              ( Notice given 13 November 2013. )

Orders of the day continued

      35    TARIFF PROPOSALS ( Mr Ciobo ):

                   Excise Tariff Proposal No. 1 (2013)— moved 10 December 2013 —Resumption of debate ( Mr Ciobo ).

                   Customs Tariff Proposal No. 2 (2013)— moved 10 December 2013 —Resumption of debate ( Mr Ciobo ).

                   Excise Tariff Proposal No.1 (2014)— moved 30 October 2014 —Resumption of debate ( Mr Clare ).

                   Customs Tariff Proposal No.1 (2014)— moved 30 October 2014 —Resumption of debate ( Mr Clare ).

Contingent notices of motion

Contingent on the motion for the second reading of any bill being moved: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the resumption of debate on the motion that the bill be read a second time being made an order of the day for a later hour.

Contingent on any report relating to a bill being received from the Federation Chamber: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the remaining stages being passed without delay.

Contingent on any bill being agreed to at the conclusion of the consideration in detail stage: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the motion for the third reading being moved without delay.

Contingent on any message being received from the Senate transmitting any bill for concurrence: Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the bill being passed through all its stages without delay.

Contingent on the second reading of a bill being agreed to and the Speaker having announced any message from the Governor General under standing order 147 : Minister to move—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent the motion for the third reading being moved without delay.