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  • CHAIR —Welcome. Although the committee does not require witnesses to give evidence under oath, you should understand that these hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings of the parliament itself. Giving false or misleading evidence is a serious matter and may be regarded
    Date: 30/05/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/1098/0004 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Although the committee does not require witnesses to give evidence under oath, you should understand that these hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings of the parliament itself. Giving false or misleading evidence is a serious matter and may be regarded
    Date: 30/05/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/1098/0004 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Although the committee does not require witnesses to give evidence under oath, you should understand that these hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as the proceedings of the parliament itself. Giving false or misleading evidence is a serious matter and may be regarded
    Date: 17/05/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/994/0004 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Although the committee does not require witnesses to give evidence under oath, you should understand that these hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as the proceedings of the parliament itself. Giving false or misleading evidence is a serious matter and may be regarded
    Date: 17/05/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/994/0004 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Although the committee does not require witnesses to give evidence under oath, you should understand that these hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as the proceedings of the parliament. Giving false or misleading evidence is a serious matter and may be regarded as
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0004 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I welcome witnesses from the Mount Gambier Shire Council. Is that right? Mr Kemfert —From Hindmarsh Shire, and that is not in South Australia. I am halfway be- tween Mel- bourne and Adelaide, at Nhill CHAIR —From Hindmarsh. I now welcome— Mr Kemfert —And that is not where the
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0006 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I now invite you to make an opening statement. Mr Joyce —I have a brief statement to make. I have been involved with the RSMS for about 18 months. I come from Adelaide and we have had a number of cases in Adelaide, Mount Gambier and in Warrnambool.
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0010 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Although the committee does not require witnesses to take an oath you should understand that these are the proceedings of parliament and any false evidence is regarded as a contempt of parlia- ment. Mr Barber —I understand. CHAIR —Would you like to make an opening statement, Mr Barber?
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0014 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Although the committee does not require witnesses to take an oath, these are the proceedings of the parliament of Australia and any efforts to mislead the committee would be regarded as a contempt of parliament. Would you like to make a statement? I have a submission before me
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0016 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Although the committee does not require witnesses to give evidence under oath, you should understand that these hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as the proceedings of the parliament. Giving false or misleading evidence is a serious matter and may be regarded as
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0004 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —I welcome witnesses from the Mount Gambier Shire Council. Is that right? Mr Kemfert —From Hindmarsh Shire, and that is not in South Australia. I am halfway be- tween Mel- bourne and Adelaide, at Nhill CHAIR —From Hindmarsh. I now welcome— Mr Kemfert —And that is not where the
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0006 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I now invite you to make an opening statement. Mr Joyce —I have a brief statement to make. I have been involved with the RSMS for about 18 months. I come from Adelaide and we have had a number of cases in Adelaide, Mount Gambier and in Warrnambool.
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0010 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Although the committee does not require witnesses to take an oath you should understand that these are the proceedings of parliament and any false evidence is regarded as a contempt of parlia- ment. Mr Barber —I understand. CHAIR —Would you like to make an opening statement, Mr Barber?
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0014 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Although the committee does not require witnesses to take an oath, these are the proceedings of the parliament of Australia and any efforts to mislead the committee would be regarded as a contempt of parliament. Would you like to make a statement? I have a submission before me
    Date: 28/01/2000 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/690/0016 - Source: Joint
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I have to advise you that these hearings are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings of the House or the Senate. Therefore, the giving of false or misleading evidence is a serious matter and may be regarded as a contempt of parliament.
    Date: 03/03/1999 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/j0000084.sgm/0008 - Source: Joint
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