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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

Notices

     *1    Mr Pyne : To move—That paragraph 3 of the resolution agreed to on 15 May 2014 relating to the appropriation bills be varied as follows:

(3)         at the conclusion of the proceedings on Appropriation Bill (No. 1) 2014-2015,

(a)         separate questions being put without further debate on the motions for the second readings and any further motions necessary to conclude consideration of the Appropriation Bill (No. 2) 2014-2015, Appropriation (Parliamentary Departments) Bill (No. 1) 2014-2015, and Appropriation Bill (No. 5) 2013-2014; and

(b)         then the question being put without further debate on the motion for the second reading of the Appropriation Bill (No. 6) 2013-2014, and then the bill being considered in detail for a period not exceeding 15 minutes, at which time any questions necessary to conclude the detail stage being put, and any questions being put without further debate on any further motions necessary to conclude consideration of the bill; and

      *2    Mr Pyne : To present a Bill for an Act to amend the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 , and for related purposes. ( Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment Bill 2014 )

      *3    Mr Billson : To present a Bill for an Act to deal with matters related to the indexation of fuel excise and customs duty, and for related purposes. ( Fuel Indexation (Road Funding) Bill 2014 )

      *4    Mr Billson : To present a Bill for an Act to establish the Fuel Indexation (Road Funding) Special Account, and for related purposes. ( Fuel Indexation (Road Funding) Special Account Bill 2014 )

      *5    Mr Macfarlane : To present a Bill for an Act to repeal the Australian Renewable Energy Agency Act 2011 , and for other purposes. ( Australian Renewable Energy Agency (Repeal) Bill 2014 )

Orders of the day

         1    Asset Recycling Fund Bill 2014 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 18 June 2014 —Dr Leigh, in continuation ).

         2    Asset Recycling Fund (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2014 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 29 May 2014 —Ms MacTiernan ).

         3    Trade Support Loans Bill 2014 ( Minister for Industry ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 4 June 2014 —Ms King ).

         4    Trade Support Loans (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Industry ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 4 June 2014 —Ms King ).

         5    Social Security Legislation Amendment (Stronger Penalties for Serious Failures) Bill 2014 ( Assistant Minister for Employment ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 4 June 2014 —Ms King ).

         6    Fair Work Amendment Bill 2014 ( Minister representing the Minister for Employment ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 5 June 2014 —Ms Marino, in continuation ) on the motion of Mr Pyne —That the Bill be now read a second time— And on the amendment moved thereto by Mr O’Connor , viz. —That all words after “That” be omitted with a view to substituting the following words: “the House declines to give the bill a second reading because:

(1)         of the need to provide sufficient protections in Individual Flexibility Arrangements and the impact that losing protections will have on employees;

(2)         of the Greenfield agreement making process being heavily skewed in favour of employers;

(3)         the provisions of the bill undermine the right for Australian employees to be represented at work including a requirement that an employee tell their employer if they want to speak with a union; and

(4)         of the need for a full examination of all amendments within this Bill that may unfairly impact on employees.”.

         7    Corporations Amendment (Streamlining of Future of Financial Advice) Bill 2014 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  19 March 2014 —Dr Leigh ).

         8    Australian Citizenship Amendment (Intercountry Adoption) Bill 2014 ( Prime Minister ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 29 May 2014 —Ms MacTiernan ).

         9    Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (Repeal) (No. 1) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 19 March 2014 —Dr Leigh ).

      10    Health Insurance Amendment (Extended Medicare Safety Net) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Health ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 26 March 2014 —Ms King ).

      11    Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (Seniors Health Card and Other Measures) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 27 March 2014 —Mr Clare ).

      12    Crimes Legislation Amendment (Unexplained Wealth and Other Measures) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Justice ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 5 March 2014 —Ms King ).

      13    Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 ( Minister representing the Minister for Employment ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  19 March 2014 —Dr Leigh ).

      14    Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Bill 2014 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 19 March 2014 —Mr Neumann ).

      15    Personal Property Securities Amendment (Deregulatory Measures) Bill 2014 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from  19 March 2014 —Mr Neumann ).

      16    Independent National Security Legislation Monitor Repeal Bill 2014 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 19 March 2014 —Mr Neumann ).

      17    Regulatory Powers (Standard Provisions) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Justice ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 20 March 2014 —Mr Clare ).

      18    Dental Benefits Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 ( Minister for Health ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 26 March 2014 —Ms King ).

      19    Corporations Amendment (Simple Corporate Bonds and Other Measures) Bill 2014 ( Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 15 May 2014 —Dr Chalmers ).

    *20    Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (2014 Budget Measures No. 1) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 18 June 2014 —Mr S. P. Jones ).

    *21    Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (2014 Budget Measures No. 2) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Social Services ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 18 June 2014 —Mr S. P. Jones ).

    *22    National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits) Bill 2014 ( Minister for Health ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 18 June 2014 —Mr S. P. Jones ).

    *23    Carbon Farming Initiative Amendment Bill 2014 ( Minister for the Environment ): Second reading—Resumption of debate ( from 18 June 2014 —Dr Leigh ).

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

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

Notices —continued

       6    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 2013. )

       7    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 2013. )

       8    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

      26    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 ).

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.