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  • CHAIR —Welcome. This committee does not formally swear its witnesses, but you need to know that the proceedings today are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings of the House of Representatives itself. Any deliberate misleading is therefore considered as a contempt of the parliament.
    Date: 17/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000525.sgm/0006 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome, Professor Walker. Could you please tell the committee in what capacity you appear to give evidence? Prof. Walker —I appear as a private individual. I am a recently retired paediatrician who spent 31 years in the Northern Territory and was also Dean of the Clinical School for two
    Date: 17/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000525.sgm/0008 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. In what capacity are you appearing before the committee? Prof. Mathews —I appear before you in both a personal capacity and in a professional capacity on behalf of the Menzies School of Health Research. Anything I say that is a bit outrageous you can say is personal rather
    Date: 17/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000525.sgm/0010 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —We have a submission from you. I notice it is dated August last year and came with a handwritten note on the bottom which reflected some frustration which has perhaps abated since August. Part of what we are discovering in our inquiry is the frustration amongst the people who
    Date: 17/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000525.sgm/0012 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Do you have anything to say with regard to the capacity in which you appear? Dr Glasby —Although the submission was written on behalf of the Top End Primary Health Care Network, that project as such has ceased to exist under the auspices of the Top End Division
    Date: 17/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000525.sgm/0014 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —I declare open this public hearing of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Environment, Recreation and the Arts for its inquiry into the regulatory arrangements for trading in greenhouse gas emissions. This is the committee's seventh public hearing for this inquiry and follows hearings in Sydney, Brisbane and
    Date: 22/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000509.sgm/0003 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I need to point out that, whilst this committee does not formally swear its witnesses, the proceedings today are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings of the House of Representatives itself. Any deliberate misleading of the committee, therefore, may be considered as
    Date: 11/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000475.sgm/0006 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Before proceeding I need to point out that, whilst this committee does not formally swear its witnesses, the proceedings today are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as the House of Representatives itself. Therefore, any deliberate misleading of the committee might be considered as
    Date: 11/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000475.sgm/0008 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome, Dr Hammer. There are a few formalities before we proceed. We need to point out that, whilst this committee does not formally swear its witnesses, these are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings in the House of Representatives itself. Therefore, any deliberate
    Date: 11/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000475.sgm/0010 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I point out that this committee does not formally swear its witnesses, but you need to understand that these are formal proceedings and therefore legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings of the House of Representatives. Therefore, any deliberate misleading of the committee
    Date: 11/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000475.sgm/0012 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Before proceeding I need to point out that whilst this committee does not formally swear its witnesses, these are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as does the House of Representatives itself, which means any misleading of the committee can be regarded as a
    Date: 11/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000475.sgm/0014 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. The committee prefers that all evidence be given in public but should you at any stage wish to give evidence in private, you may ask to do so and the committee will give consideration to your request. We have received a paper from you and have authorised its
    Date: 01/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/e0000168.sgm/0004 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —I welcome you this morning and thank you for your attendance. I remind you that the proceedings today are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same respect as proceedings in the house. The deliberate misleading of the committee may be regarded as a contempt of the parliament.
    Date: 01/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000502.sgm/0005 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. The committee prefers that all evidence be given in public but should you at any stage wish to give evidence in private, you may ask to do so and the committee will give consideration to your request. We have received a paper from you and have authorised its
    Date: 01/06/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000512.sgm/0004 - Source: House of Reps
  • CHAIR —Welcome. I declare open this fifth public hearing of the inquiry into the effects on research and development of public policy reform. I am pleased to see you again, Mr Orchison. I remind you that the proceedings here today are legal proceedings of the parliament and warrant the same
    Date: 28/05/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commrep/s0000498.sgm/0003 - Source: House of Reps
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