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  • CHAIR —Today the committee continues its inquiry into the proposed changes to the Australian taxation system. The Senate referred the inquiry to the committee on 25 November last year. This hearing relates to the second stage of the inquiry. In this stage, the committee is examining the broad economic effects
    Date: 08/04/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/f0000092.sgm/0003 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome, Mr Carmody. You have a broader delegation than my list shows, but that is fair enough. There is no written submission but if you wish to make a few brief opening remarks we would appreciate that and then if you would be available to answer questions we would
    Date: 26/03/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/f0000091.sgm/0010 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I offer you my apologies: for whatever reason, you have drawn the short straw in that you are the last witnesses at the end of a very long week. If I do not catch my plane at 4.30 to Perth, I will not get another one until much
    Date: 05/03/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/j0000032.sgm/0016 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I offer you my apologies: for whatever reason, you have drawn the short straw in that you are the last witnesses at the end of a very long week. If I do not catch my plane at 4.30 to Perth, I will not get another one until much
    Date: 05/03/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/m0000152.sgm/0016 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Professor Saunders, while you are making yourself comfortable, I will take the opportunity to welcome you and your colleague to the hearing. You have submitted a paper which is before us, and the normal course is to invite you to, if you would be kind enough, give a brief
    Date: 04/03/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/m0000150.sgm/0018 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome the representatives of the National Credit Union Association Inc. I presume, Mr Elliott, that you are leading on behalf of the organisation? Mr Elliott —Yes, that's right. CHAIR —As you have no doubt been informed, we would invite you to make a short opening statement addressing your
    Date: 02/03/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/f0000093.sgm/0008 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Who is the designated hitter from your side? Mr Sutton, would you introduce your colleagues and express, in synopsis, an overview of your submission? Then your team might answer questions from the committee. Mr Sutton —Mr Brian Croser is executive chairman of Petaluma Winery and is here as
    Date: 22/02/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/m0000147.sgm/0005 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Ferguson) —I welcome the representatives of the South Australian Employers Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Senator Cook will not be here for this portion of the inquiry and Senator George Campbell will be substituting for him, so we will just continue on from there. I welcome Mr
    Date: 22/02/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/m0000147.sgm/0009 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Ferguson) —I welcome representatives of the Winegrape Growers Council of Australia. I invite you to make an opening statement. Mr Marlowe —I would like to make a few points which talk to our brief submission that we gave. There are three areas I want to cover: revenue
    Date: 22/02/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/m0000147.sgm/0011 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. As is becoming the evolving practice of this committee, we will invite you, if you choose, to make a short opening statement giving the committee an overview of your submission that you have presented to us and then make yourselves available for questions from the committee. Mr Brown
    Date: 04/02/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/j0000034.sgm/0004 - Source: Senate
  • ACTING CHAIR (Senator Ferguson) —I welcome Mr Michael Raper and Mr Peter Davidson. We have your submission, Mr Raper, and I invite you to speak to the committee on your submission and afterwards we will have questions. Mr Raper —Thank you very much. We appreciate the opportunity to address this
    Date: 04/02/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/j0000034.sgm/0010 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome to the witness table Professor John Quiggin. Professor, you have no doubt been briefed on this, but the normal practice is for you to give an overview, if you choose, of the paper you have supplied to the committee and make yourself available for questions. Prof. Quiggin
    Date: 03/02/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/m0000156.sgm/0008 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome to the witness table the Municipal Association of Victoria. Mr Rob Spence is on my call list as the chief executive officer. Perhaps, Mr Spence, you would like to introduce those who are accompanying you. If you or whoever you nominate would then want to give an
    Date: 02/02/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/m0000149.sgm/0012 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome you all and invite you to make an opening statement. Dr Wellings —Thank you, Madam Chair. I have an errata that I would like to amend to our submission. There were two minor changes that we picked up on re-reading it. We would like to have them
    Date: 15/04/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/s0000397.sgm/0004 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome representatives from the Sutherland Shire Council and thank them for the use of the shire's facilities today. Mr Schreiber —We are here to put our submission on the concerns that the council has raised with regard to Lucas Heights. They were to do with the spent fuel
    Date: 15/04/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/s0000397.sgm/0006 - Source: Senate
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