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Notice given 12 February 2008

*1  Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Minchin): To move—That the Senate—

(a) records its deep regret and sadness at the death of Trooper David Pearce who died as part of a roadside bomb attack in Afghanistan on 8 October 2007;

(b) commends his loyal and dedicated service to Australia since enlisting in the Army Reserve in 2002, including his deployment to the Solomon Islands in 2005-06; and

(c) expresses its sincere condolences to Trooper Pearce’s wife and two children, and all loved ones for their tragic loss.

*2  Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Minchin): To move—That the Senate—

(a) records its sadness and regret at the death of Sergeant Matthew Locke who died while on operations in Afghanistan on 25 October 2007;

(b) notes and commends his dedicated commitment to the Australian Defence Force, particularly his courageous service in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan, including 10 years with the Special Air Service Regiment; and

(c) expresses its sincere condolences to Sergeant Locke’s wife, son, family and friends for their tragic loss.

*3  Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Minchin): To move—That the Senate—

(a) records its deep regret at the tragic death of Private Luke Worsley who was killed while serving with the Special Operations Task Group in Afghanistan on 23 November 2007;

 

 (b) notes and commends his loyal and dedicated service to the Australian Defence Force since 2001; and

(c) expresses its sincere condolences to Private Worsley’s family and loved ones for their sad and tragic loss.

*4  Leader of the Family First Party (Senator Fielding): To move—

(1) That so much of standing orders be suspended as would prevent this resolution having effect.

(2) That the following bills be restored to the Notice Paper and that consideration of each bill resumed at the stage reached in the 41st Parliament:

Alcohol Toll Reduction Bill 2007

Qantas Sale (Keep Jetstar Australian) Amendment Bill 2007

Trade Practices (Creeping Acquisitions) Amendment Bill 2007.

*5  Leader of the Family First Party (Senator Fielding): To move—That the following bill be introduced: A Bill for an Act to amend the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 to limit unfair banking and credit card penalty fees, and for related purposes. Australian Securities and Investments Commission (Fair Bank and Credit Card Fees) Amendment Bill 2008 .

*6  Leader of the Australian Democrats (Senator Allison): To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes that:

(i) Israel has not yet provided the United Nations Mine Action Coordination Centre, Southern Lebanon (MACC SL) with maps indicating the locations in Lebanon where cluster munitions were dropped or fired during 2006,

(ii) according to MACC SL, Israel’s failure to provide these maps has severely hampered and continues to hamper efforts aimed at rendering the land safe for agricultural and other use by removing unexploded sub-munitions,

(iii) removal of the estimated one million unexploded cluster munitions was expected to be completed by the end of 2007 but, to date, only 14 per cent have been cleared, and

(iv) the media in Lebanon continue to report injuries and deaths brought about as a result of unexploded sub-munitions that remain from the 2006 war; and

(b) calls on the Australian Government:

(i) to urge the Israeli Government to immediately provide MACC SL with maps to assist it in its efforts to remove all unexploded sub-munitions, and

(ii) to increase Australia’s funding of sub-munition clearance activities being undertaken by MACC SL.

*7  Senator Stott Despoja: To move—That the Senate—

(a) notes that:

(i) the military junta in control of Myanmar, the State Peace and Development Council, has announced its intention to hold a constitutional referendum in May 2008, in advance of national elections by 2010,

 

 (ii) the drafting of guidelines for the new constitution has not involved representatives of the National League for Democracy (NLD) or minority ethnic groups and comes at a time when many pro-democracy activists are in prison, and

(iii) a clause in the draft constitutional guidelines guarantees the military 25 per cent of the seats in the country’s parliament;

(b) expresses concern that this process will merely entrench military rule under the guise of democracy;

(c) welcomes the Australian Government’s long-term advocacy for pro-democracy and ethnic minority groups in Myanmar; and

(d) urges the Government to:

(i) consider additional measures to pressure the military junta to adopt democratic reforms, and

(ii) lobby India, China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to:

( a ) call for the release of NLD leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and other political prisoners, and

( b ) reject the ‘roadmap to democracy’ and pressure the junta to adopt a dialogue with pro-democracy and ethnic minority representatives for a genuinely inclusive constitutional drafting process.

*10  Leader of the Family First Party (Senator Fielding): To move—That the following bill be introduced: A Bill for an Act for the administration of poker machine harm reduction tax and the establishment of the Poker Machine Harm Reduction Transition Fund, and for related purposes. Poker Machine Harm Reduction Tax (Administration) Bill 2008 .

*12  Senator Bartlett: To move—That the following bill be introduced: A Bill for an Act to amend the Defence Act 1903 to provide for parliamentary approval of overseas service by members of the Defence Force, and for related purposes. Defence Amendment (Parliamentary Approval of Overseas Services) Bill 2008 .

Orders of the Day relating to Government Documents

*1  Local Government (Financial Assistance) Act 1995 —Report for 2005-06 on the operation of the Act

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*2  Medibank Private Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*3  Australian Bureau of Statistics—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*4  Australian Statistics Advisory Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*5  Commissioner for Superannuation (ComSuper)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*6  Gene Technology Regulator—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *7  National Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority and National Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority Board—Reports for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*8  National Health Amendment (Prostheses) Act 2005 —Review of the prostheses listing arrangements by Mr Robert Doyle—Report, dated October 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*9  Director of National Parks—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*10  Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*11  Crimes Act 1914 —Controlled operations—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*12  Australian Trade Commission (Austrade)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*13  Office of Parliamentary Counsel—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*14  Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*15  ASC Pty Ltd—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*16  Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*17  Army and Air Force Canteen Service (Frontline Defence Services)—Report for 2006-07, including report on the equal employment opportunity management plan

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*18  Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*19  Office of the Renewable Energy Regulator—Financial report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*20  Export Finance and Insurance Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*21  Australian Government Solicitor—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*22  Federal Court of Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *23  Department of the Environment and Water Resources—Reports for 2006-07—

Volume 1—Department of the Environment and Water Resources

Volume 2—Legislation

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*24  Supervising Scientist—Report for 2006-07 on the operation of the Environment Protection (Alligator Rivers Region) Act 1978

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*25  Private Health Insurance Administration Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*26  Film Australia Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*27  Australian Film Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*28  Veterans’ Review Board—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*29  Attorney-General’s Department—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*30  Future Fund Board of Guardians and Future Fund Management Agency (Future Fund)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*31  Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*32  Film Finance Corporation Australia Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*33  Repatriation Medical Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*34  Repatriation Commission, National Treatment Monitoring Committee and Department of Veterans’ Affairs—Reports for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*35  Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*36  Australian Customs Service—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*37  Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*38  Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *39  National Residue Survey—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*40  Interactive Gambling Act 2001 —Report for 2006 on the operation of the prohibition on interactive gambling advertisements

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*41  Australia Council for the Arts (Australia Council)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*42  Australian Federal Police—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*43  Australian Office of Financial Management—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*44  Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*45  Australian Reward Investment Alliance—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*46  Commonwealth Grants Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*47  Food Standards Australia New Zealand—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*48  Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*49  Department of the Treasury—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*50  Wet Tropics Management Authority—Report for 2006-07, including State of the Wet Tropics report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*51  Grains Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*52  Commonwealth Ombudsman—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*53  National Library of Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*54  Australian National Maritime Museum—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*55  Military Superannuation and Benefits Board of Trustees—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *56  Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*57  Australian Institute of Health and Welfare—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*58  Australian Institute of Criminology and Criminology Research Council—Reports for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*59  National Native Title Tribunal—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*60  Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*61  Bundanon Trust Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*62  Public Lending Right Committee—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*63  Fisheries Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*64  Forest and Wood Products Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*65  Centrelink—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*66  Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*67  National Water Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*68  Family Law Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*69  CrimTrac Agency—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*70  Australian Electoral Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*71  National Australia Day Council Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*72  Health Services Australia Limited (HSA Group)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *73  Bureau of Meteorology—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*74  Department of Health and Ageing—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*75  Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*76  Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency Ltd—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*77  Department of Veterans’ Affairs—Data-matching program—Report on progress 2005 to 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*78  Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*79  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(6) relating to the extension of specified period for the presentation of a report—NetAlert Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*80  National Gallery of Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*81  Sydney Harbour Federation Trust—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*82  Department of Finance and Administration—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*83  Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Office—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*84  Professional Services Review—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*85  Australian Strategic Policy Institute Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*86  Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post)—Equal employment opportunity program—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*87  Private Health Insurance Ombudsman—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*88  Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity—Report of the Integrity Commissioner for the period 30 December 2006 to 30 June 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *89  Australian Maritime Safety Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*90  Office of the Privacy Commissioner—Report for 2006-07 on the operation of the Privacy Act 1988

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*91  Department of Human Services—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*92  Dairy Adjustment Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*93  Australian Broadcasting Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*94  Australian Communications and Media Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*95  National Museum of Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*96  Remuneration Tribunal—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*97  National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme—Report for 2006-07 on the operation of the Industrial Chemicals (Notification and Assessment) Act 1989

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*98  Medicare Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*99  Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*100  National Archives of Australia and National Archives of Australia Advisory Council—Reports for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*101  Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*102  Australian Hearing Services (Australian Hearing)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*103  Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*104  Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade—Reports for 2006-07—

Volume 1—Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Volume 2—Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *105  Administrative Appeals Tribunal—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*106  Federal Magistrates Court of Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*107  Department of Transport and Regional Services—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*108  Aged Care Commissioner—Report for the period 1 May to 30 June 2007, including a final report of the Aged Care Commissioner for Complaints for the period 1 July 2006 to 30 April 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*109  Defence Housing Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*110  Department of Defence—Reports for 2006-07—

Volume 1—Department of Defence

Volume 2—Defence Materiel Organisation

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*111  Royal Australian Mint—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*112  Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency—Report of the Chief Executive Officer for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*113  Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*114  Department of Education, Science and Training—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*115  Australian Research Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*116  Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation (Land & Water Australia)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*117  Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*118  Aboriginal Hostels Limited—Report for the period 25 June 2006 to 30 June 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*119  Crimes Act 1914 —Authorisations for acquisition and use of assumed identities—Report for 2006-07—Australian Customs Service

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *120  Indigenous Land Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*121  Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*122  Special Broadcasting Service Corporation (SBS)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*123  Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*124  Family Court of Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*125  Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Limited (Teaching Australia)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*126  Sugar Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*127  Cotton Research and Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*128  Customs Act 1901 —Conduct of customs officers [Managed deliveries]—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*129  Aged Care Act 1997 —Report for 2006-07 on the operation of the Act

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*130  Australian Institute of Family Studies—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*131  Central Land Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*132  Northern Land Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*133  Anindilyakwa Land Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*134  Australian Institute of Marine Science—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*135  Australian Fisheries Management Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*136  Australian Sports Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *137  Royal Australian Air Force Veterans’ Residences Trust Fund—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*138  The Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Limited—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*139  Torres Strait Regional Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*140  Natural Heritage Trust of Australia—Report for 2005-06

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*141  Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*142  Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*143  Australian Law Reform Commission—Report for 2006-07 (Report no. 106)

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*144  Administrative Review Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*145  Classification Board and Classification Review Board—Reports for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*146  Innovation Australia—Report for 2006-07 on the activities of the Industry Research and Development Board

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*147  Murray-Darling Basin Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*148  Defence Housing Australia—Statement of corporate intent 2007-08

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*149  Aged Care Act 1997 —Report for 2006-07 on the operation of the Act—Correction

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*150  Insolvency and Trustee Service Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*151  Inspector-General in Bankruptcy—Report for 2006-07 on the operation of the Bankruptcy Act 1966

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*152  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(6) relating to the extension of specified period for the presentation of a report—Public Service Commissioner—Report for 2006-07, including report of the Merit Protection Commissioner

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *153  Public Service Commissioner—Report for 2006-07, including report of the Merit Protection Commissioner

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*154  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(6) relating to the extension of specified period for the presentation of a report—Department of Employment and Workplace Relations—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*155  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(6) relating to the extension of specified period for the presentation of a report—Comcare—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*156  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(6) relating to the extension of specified period for the presentation of a report—Australian Industrial Registry—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*157  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(6) relating to the extension of specified period for the presentation of a report—Workplace Ombudsman—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*158  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(6) relating to the extension of specified period for the presentation of a report—Australian Building and Construction Commissioner—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*159  Office of the Australian Building and Construction Commissioner—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*160  Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*161  Inspector-General of Taxation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*162  Superannuation Complaints Tribunal—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*163  Tiwi Land Council—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*164  Australian Institute of Health and Welfare—Australia’s welfare 2007—Eighth biennial report

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*165  Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*166  Australian Public Service Commission—State of the service—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *167  Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 —Statement under section 55 relating to the delay in provision of the consolidated financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2007 to the Auditor-General

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*168  Freedom of Information Act 1982 —Report for 2006-07 on the operation of the Act

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*169  Department of Immigration and Citizenship—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*170  Private Health Insurance Administration Council—Report for 2006-07 on the operations of the private health insurers

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*171  Tourism Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*172  Department of Finance and Deregulation—Consolidated financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*173  Commissioner of Taxation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*174  Productivity Commission—Report no. 42—Safeguards inquiry into the import of pigmeat: Accelerated report, 14 December 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*175  Department of Employment and Workplace Relations—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*176  Australian Industrial Relations Commission and Australian Industrial Registry—Reports for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*177  Workplace Ombudsman—Report for 2006-07, incorporating the final report of the Office of Workplace Services

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*178  Employment Advocate—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*179  Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*180  Coal Mining Industry (Long Service Leave Funding) Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*181  Department of Finance and Deregulation—Consolidated financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2007—Correction

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *182  Migration Review Tribunal and Refugee Review Tribunal—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*183  Comcare—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*184  Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (SRCC)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*185  Seafarers Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority (Seacare)—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*186  National Health and Medical Research Council—NHMRC Embryo Research Licensing Committee—Report on the operation of the Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2002 for the period 1 April to 30 September 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*187  National Capital Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*188  Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*189  Australian Fair Pay Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*190  Australian Fair Pay Commission Secretariat—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*191  Indigenous Business Australia—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*192  Migration Agents Registration Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*193  Australian Crime Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*194  International Air Services Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*195  Telstra Sale Company Limited—Report for the period 29 September 2006 to 30 June 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*196  Innovation Australia—Report for 2006-07 on the activities of the Venture Capital Registration Board

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*197  Australian Rail Track Corporation Ltd—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

 

 *198  Private Health Insurance Administration Council—Report for 2006-07 on the operations of the private health insurers—Correction

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*199  Parliamentarians’ travel paid by the Department of Finance and Deregulation—Report for the period 1 January to 30 June 2007, dated January 2008

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*200  Former parliamentarians’ travel paid by the Department of Finance and Deregulation—Report for the period 1 January to 30 June 2007, dated January 2008

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*201  Parliamentarians’ overseas study travel reports—Report for the period 1 January to 30 June 2007, dated January 2008

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*202  Department of the Treasury—Tax expenditures statement 2007, dated January 2008

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*203  Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*204  Australian Industry Development Corporation—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*205  National Transport Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*206  Civil Aviation Safety Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*207  Indigenous education and training—National report to Parliament 2005

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*208  National Health and Medical Research Council—Report for the period 1 January 2006 to 30 June 2007

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*209  Crimes Act 1914 —Authorisations for acquisition and use of assumed identities—Report for 2006-07—Australian Crime Commission

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*210  Acts Interpretation Act 1901 —Statement pursuant to section 34C(7) relating to the delay in presentation of a report—Authorisations for acquisition and use of assumed identities—Australian Crime Commission—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).

*211  Pharmaceutical Benefits Pricing Authority—Report for 2006-07

Consideration ( 12 February 2008 ).