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Senate Order of Business No. 35, Tuesday



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The Senate

This document is issued as a guide to senators.

The business listed is subject to change.

ORDER OF BUSINESS

 

(Proceedings to be broadcast on radio)

2010-11/35

Tuesday, 21 June 2011

AT 12.30 pm

  1. Prayers and acknowledgement of country

  1. Government documents to be presented - pursuant to order 1

(A list of documents is attached)

  1. Government business - It is prop osed to consider the following orders of the day subject to agreement to rearrange the business on the Notice Paper

No. 4-Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre Supervisory Cost Recovery Levy Bill 2011

Australian Transaction Reports and Analysi s Centre Supervisory Cost Recovery Levy (Collection) Bill 2011

Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre Supervisory Cost Recovery Levy (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2011

- Resumption of second reading debate

No. 3-Trans-Tasman Proceedings Amend ment and Other Measures Bill 2011 - Resumption of second reading debate

No. 2-Aged Care Amendment Bill 2011 - Resumption of second reading debate

No. 1-Governance of Australian Government Superannuation Schemes Bill 2011

ComSuper Bill 2011

Superannuation L egislation (Consequential Amendments and Transitional Provisions) Bill 2011

- In committee: Governance of Australian Government Superannuation Schemes Bill 2011

Refer to Notice Paper for other orders of the day

At 2 pm

  1. Questions

  1. Motions to take note of answers

Time limit: 30 minutes

 

  1. Petitions

  1. Notices of motion

  1. Placing of business

  • Chair of the Community Affairs References Committee (Senator Siewert), by leave, to move a motion authorising the committee to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Wednesday, 22 June 2011
  • Postponement notifications
  1. Discovery of formal business 2

Business of the Senate - notice of motion -

No. 1 - Senators Cormann, Xenophon and Williams - Disallowance of the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment Regulations 2011 (No. 2) and the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment Regulations 2011 (No. 3)

General business - notices of motion -

No. 199 - Senator Cormann - Tax summit and consideration of legisl ation to impose mining and carbon taxes (notice of motion altered on 22 March 2011, pursuant to standing order 77)

No. 280 - Senators Cormann, Xenophon and Williams - Report on bank fees and charges levied by authorised deposit-taking institutions

No. 283 - Senator Xenophon - Introduction of the Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Fees) Bill 2011

No.  284 - Deputy Chair of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity (Senator Macdonald) - Authorising the committee to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Thursday, 23 June 2011

No.  285 - Senator Pratt - Authorising the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties to meet during the sitting of the Senate on Monday, 4 July 2011

No.  286 - Senator Stephens - Authorising the Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network to hold a private meeting otherwise than in accordance with standing order 33(1) during the sitting of the Senate on Thursday, 23 June 2011

No.  287 - Chair of the Environment and Communications Legislation Committee (Senator Cameron) - Extension of time to report (2011-12 Budget estimates)

No.  288 - Senator Siewert - Northern Territory Emergency Response

 

No. 289 - Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Bob Brown) - Climate change - Parliamentary action

No. 290 - Senator Cormann - Order for the production of documents - Fiscal impact of resource rent taxes

No. 291 - Senator Boswell - Consideration of the Food Standards Amendment (Truth in Labelling—Palm Oil) Bill 2010 and the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Bioregional Plans) Bill 2011

No. 292 - Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Abetz) - Introduction of the Carbon Tax Plebiscite Bill 2011

No. 293 - Senator Xenophon - Introduction of the Government Advertising (Accountability) Bill 2011

  1. Any proposal pursuant to standing order 75

(If a proposal is submitted, it will be circulated in the chamber)

Time limit: 60 minutes, or if no motions are moved  

to take note of answers, 90 minutes

  1. Ministerial statements

  1. Tabling of documents

  1. By President

Reports of the Auditor-General:

    • No.  49 of 2010-11 - Performance audit - Fuel tax credits scheme: Australian Taxation Office
    • No.  50 of 2010-11 - Performance audit - Ad ministration of Tax Office shopfronts: Australian Taxation Office
    • No.  51 of 2010-11 - Performance audit - A dministration of the Access to Allied Psychological Services Program: Department of Health and Ageing
  1. By ministers
  1. By senators tabling reports from committees
    • Chair of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee (Senator Crossin) to present report - Intelligence Services Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 [Provisions] (pursuant to Selection of Bills Committee report)
    • Deputy Chair of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works (Senator Troeth) to present 3rd report of 2011 - Referrals made February to March 2 011 ( tabled in the House of Representatives on 20 June 2011 )
  2. By Clerk (delegated legislation including regulations, ordinances, determinations, rules, declarations and orders - a list will be circulated in the chamber)

Time limit per speaker: 10 minutes 

Time limit per motion: 30 minutes 

Total time limit for all motions (items 11 and 12): 60 minutes

  1. Committee membership , by leave

 

  1. Messages from the House of Representatives transmitting the following bills for concurrence:

Tax Laws Amendment (2011 Measures No . 5) Bill 2011

Veterans’ Entitlements Amendment Bill 2011

( these bills are not subject to the bills cut-off order )

  1. Order of business - It is proposed to consider business in the following order -

Business of the Senate - notice of motion -

No. 1 - Senators Cormann, Xenophon and Williams - Disallowance of the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment Regulations 2011 (No. 2) and the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment Regulations 2011 (No. 3)

Business of the Senate - orders of the day -

No. 1-E conomics Legislation Committee

Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Legislation Committee

Finance and Public Administration Legislation Committee

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation Committee

Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee

Rural Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee

- Reports - 2011-12 Budget estimates

No. 2-Economics Legislation Committee - Report - Schedule 5 of the Tax Laws Amendment (2011 Measures No. 5) Bill 2011 [Provisions] (pursuant to Selection of Bills Committee report)

No. 3-Rural Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee - Final report - Exposure draft and explanatory memorandum of the Illegal Logging Prohibition Bill 2011

No. 4-Community Affairs Legislation Committee - Final report - Family Ass istance and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2011 [Provisions] (pursuant to order of the Senate of 12 May 2011)

Government business continued (see item 3)

At 4 pm

  1. Valedictory statements - Senators Minchin, Ferguson and McGauran

  1. Adjournment proposed - 7.20 pm

  1. Adjournment - not later than 8 pm

 

 

 

Rosemary Laing

Clerk of the Senate

 

Temporary chairs of committees on roster - Senators Trood, Troeth, Marshall, Pratt and Boyce

 

 

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SENATE

PROPOSED PRESENTATION OF DOCUMENT S

Tuesday, 21 June 2011 ^

Ñ DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FORESTRY - Torres Strait Protected Zone Joint Authority - Annual report 2008-09 - Section 41 of the Torres Strait Fisheries Act 1984

(23 May 2011 / 23 May 2011)

Ñ DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND AGEING - Reporting requirements under section 34A of the Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992 - For the period 1 January to 31 December 2010 - Section 34A of the Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992

(18 May 2011 / 24 May 2011)

Ñ DEPARTMENT OF FAMILIES, HOUSING, COMMUNITY SERVICES AND INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS - Indigenous Land Corporation - National Indigenous land strategy - Report 2007-12 - Revised February 2011 - Section 191N of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Act 1989

(15 April 2011 / 18 April 2011)

*4  DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND AGEING - Australian Government Actuary - Sixth report on the costs of the Australian Government’s run-off cover scheme for medical indemnity insurers - 2009-10 - Section 34ZW of the Medical Indemnity Act 2002

(11 May 2011 / 18 May 2011)

^  List prepared by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

# Documents tabled in the House of Representatives on Monday, 20 June 2011.

* Not available prior to tabling.

Not e: As recommended by the Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration, the dates listed in brackets at the end of certain annual reports indicate the date on which the report was submitted to the minister and the date the report was received by the minister, respectively.



1   These documents will be considered at a later date



2   If a notice of motion is declared formal it will be put and determined without amendment or debate. Any senator may object to a notice of motion being declared formal, in which case it will be listed for debate at a subsequent time