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  • Senator O'CHEE (Queensland) (9.12 a.m.) —In the 17th century, the English philosopher Hobbs addressed the question of freedom and liberty. He said something very profound. He said that if every man—and for that one can read `man or woman'—had unlimited freedom, then life would be nasty, brutish and short. For
    Date: 09/12/1994 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1994-12-09/0005 - Source: Senate

  • Senator HILL (South Australia- Leader of the Opposition) —As I think even the minister would accept that what he said went far beyond a personal explanation, I seek leave— Senator Robert Ray —I was misrepresented. Senator HILL —It was a personal explanation on what? You want a debate on it,
    Date: 28/03/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-03-28/0015 - Source: Senate

  • Senator KEMP (Victoria) (3.11 p.m.) —The question that Senator Michael Baume raised is valid and important. A lot of Australians—particularly those in small business who lost a lot of money during the `recession that we had to have'—would be interested to find out the answer to that. Senator Forshaw —Ha!
    Date: 10/10/1994 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1994-10-10/0018 - Source: Senate

  • Senator PANIZZA (Western Australia) (3.09 p.m.) —I move: That the Senate take note of the answer given by the Minister for Foreign Affairs (Senator Gareth Evans), to a question without notice asked by Senator Panizza this day, relating to the Telecommunications Ombudsman. Mr President, I asked a serious question. Senator
    Date: 14/11/1994 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1994-11-14/0020 - Source: Senate

  • Senator O'CHEE (Queensland) (3.13 p.m.) —I move: That the Senate take note of the answer given by the Minister for Family Services (Senator Crowley), in response to a question without notice asked by Senator O'Chee this day, relating to the young homeless allowance. In so doing, I think it is
    Date: 14/11/1994 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1994-11-14/0021 - Source: Senate

  • Senator KEMP (Victoria) (10.00 a.m.) —I was not planning to speak on this important report, but Senator Carr made some of the most outrageous comments that I have ever heard in this chamber. I did agree with Senator Carr on one thing, that he was flat. Senator Carr, you are
    Date: 08/06/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-06-08/0023 - Source: Senate

  • Senator ABETZ (Tasmania) (3.38 p.m.) —I move: That the Senate take note of the answer given by the Minister for Industry, Science and Technology (Senator Cook), to a question without notice asked by Senator Abetz this day, relating to the current account deficit. There is no doubt that the deficit
    Date: 17/10/1994 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1994-10-17/0028 - Source: Senate

  • Senator COONEY (Victoria) (3.20 p.m.) —This is a very interesting debate about Senator Evans. If it was a debate about the French testing at Mururoa, I am sure that other people on this side would get up, because we on this side of the chamber are very much against atomic
    Date: 27/06/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-06-27/0036 - Source: Senate

  • Senator ABETZ (Tasmania) (3.25 p.m.) —This debate has been most interesting. I note that whilst Senator Cooney invited us all to talk about French nuclear testing, in his five minutes, he did not mention it in any shape or form but, like a lap-dog, ran to the defence of the
    Date: 27/06/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-06-27/0037 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BROWNHILL (New South Wales- Deputy Leader of the National Party of Australia) (10.40 a.m.) —As I said earlier when we were debating the suspension of standing orders, it is rather premature to be calling on the Senate to be debating an issue such as this at a time when
    Date: 21/09/1994 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1994-09-21/0040 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory- Minister for Primary Industries and Energy) (10.41 a.m.) —The gymnastics Senator Parer has just been performing were extraordinary indeed in trying to portray this amendment of his as not directing the people who actually operate Sydney airport how to operate it. It absolutely confirms what
    Date: 15/11/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-11-15/0049 - Source: Senate

  • Senator SANDY MACDONALD (New South Wales) (11.14 a.m) —Senator Bourne said that there was a requirement for an innovative solution to the competing requirements of KSA with regard to capacity, safety and noise. Whilst I do not disagree with her, I really think the compromise that is required is provided
    Date: 15/11/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-11-15/0052 - Source: Senate

  • Senator ABETZ (Tasmania) (3.12 p.m.) —I want to second the comments made by my Tasmanian colleague, Senator Harradine. What we have today is the typical stance of a very arrogant Labor government. For those who are listening to this broadcast, the Minister for Family Services (Senator Crowley) is not in
    Date: 31/05/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-05-31/0052 - Source: Senate

  • Senator PARER (Queensland) (11.18 a.m.) —I would just like to put a few things on the record in response to the remarks of both Senator Forshaw and Senator Bob Collins—and I do not think we want to prolong this too much longer. Senator Forshaw talked about safety in regard to
    Date: 15/11/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-11-15/0053 - Source: Senate

  • Senator BOB COLLINS (Northern Territory- Minister for Primary Industries and Energy) (11.29 p.m.) —I concur with Senator Parer that it has all been put on the table and there is no need in uselessly wasting the time of the committee in more prolonged debate, and I do not intend to
    Date: 15/11/1995 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/1995-11-15/0055 - Source: Senate

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