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  • CHAIR —Welcome. Before I ask for questions, are there any comments you wish to make now in relation to evidence that we have already heard? Dr Roberts —APRA supports the legislation before the committee. APRA is looking forward to the transfer of the state based functions and supervisors. I think,
    Date: 29/04/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/g0000417.sgm/0010 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Before I ask for questions, are there any comments you wish to make now in relation to evidence that we have already heard? Dr Roberts —APRA supports the legislation before the committee. APRA is looking forward to the transfer of the state based functions and supervisors. I think,
    Date: 29/04/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/g0000417.sgm/0010 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Chapman) —I declare open this public meeting of the Senate Economics Legislation Committee. The subject of today's hearing is the Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No. 4) 1998. The Senate referred the bill to the committee on 2 April 1998 for inquiry and report by 25 June. The
    Date: 05/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/s0000423.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Chapman) —I declare open this public meeting of the Senate Economics Legislation Committee. The subject of today's hearing is the Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No. 4) 1998. The Senate referred the bill to the committee on 2 April 1998 for inquiry and report by 25 June. The
    Date: 05/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/s0000423.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Chapman) —I declare open this public meeting of the Economics Legislation Committee. The subject of today's hearing is the Trade Practices Amendment (Country of Origin Representations) Bill 1998. The bill was referred to the committee by the Senate on the 27 May 1998 for inquiry and report
    Date: 22/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/s0000258.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Chapman) —I declare open this public meeting of the Economics Legislation Committee. The subject of today's hearing is the Trade Practices Amendment (Country of Origin Representations) Bill 1998. The bill was referred to the committee by the Senate on the 27 May 1998 for inquiry and report
    Date: 22/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/s0000427.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Chapman) —I declare open this public meeting of the Economics Legislation Committee. The subject of today's hearing is the Trade Practices Amendment (Country of Origin Representations) Bill 1998. The bill was referred to the committee by the Senate on the 27 May 1998 for inquiry and report
    Date: 22/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/s0000258.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Chapman) —I declare open this public meeting of the Economics Legislation Committee. The subject of today's hearing is the Trade Practices Amendment (Country of Origin Representations) Bill 1998. The bill was referred to the committee by the Senate on the 27 May 1998 for inquiry and report
    Date: 22/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/s0000427.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome you, gentlemen, to this inquiry. I invite each of you to make a brief opening statement. We have allowed three quarters of an hour for this segment and I would like to get to the stage where we can ask some questions afterwards. So I ask you to confine your
    Date: 22/11/1996 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/lcomw961122a_sec.out/0006 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome you, gentlemen, to this inquiry. I invite each of you to make a brief opening statement. We have allowed three quarters of an hour for this segment and I would like to get to the stage where we can ask some questions afterwards. So I ask you to confine your
    Date: 22/11/1996 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commbill/lcomw961122a_sec.out/0006 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Chapman) —Welcome. I invite you to give the committee an overview of your submission. We may then have questions to ask. Mr Carter —The road transport industry is a $30 billion a year industry. It basically covers 200,000 employees and they are generally employed by 12,000 mainly privately owned family operated
    Date: 15/07/1996 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/rcomw960715a_sec.out/0011 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome to the hearing. I offer you the opportunity now to give an overview of your submission, and then senators will ask you questions. Mr Goluzd —Australian Business Ltd has represented employers primarily in this state since 1885. Prior to 1995, we were known as the Chamber of Manufactures of New South Wales.
    Date: 15/07/1996 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/rcomw960715a_sec.out/0019 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I now invite you to give the committee an overview of your submission and then committee members will ask you questions. Mr Kennedy —Thank you very much. As presented in my written submission, I am the New South Wales President of the CEPU Communications Division, New South Wales T&S Branch, and
    Date: 11/07/1996 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/rcomw960711a_sec.out/0007 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Mr Olive —I will go through our submission and highlight a number of its points. In our submission we raised concerns with the coalition government's proposed workplace relations bill. While a number of areas are of concern, of particular concern is the area of youth employment and training relating to apprentices and
    Date: 11/07/1996 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/rcomw960711a_sec.out/0017 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome Mr Cameron to our hearings. In what capacity are you appearing before the committee today, Mr Cameron? Mr Cameron —As a private citizen. CHAIR —I invite you to give the committee an overview of your submission, and then committee members will ask you questions. Mr Cameron —Senator, there are
    Date: 10/07/1996 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/rcomw960710a_sec.out/0004 - Source: Senate
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